Riddhi Dogra’s Jaw Dropping Sartorial Moments At IFFI 2017


If you are finally done oohing and aahing over our A-listers at the IFFI red-carpet, make way for this tele-actress who’s caught our whole and sole attention on the sartorial front. Riddhi Dogra, popularly known for her role in ‘Woh Apna Sa’, has caught our fashion police off-guard with her on-point style statements, at this year’s IFFI event in Goa. If you too love our small-screen actors as much as we do, then here’s a quick round-up of all the copy-worthy ensembles that this diva was seen wearing.

Let’s just say hello to our new girl crush in town. Clad in head-to-toe chola_the_label, Riddhi just made our lives so much easier. Partiksha Chandak clearly worked her magic into Riddhi’s wardrobe and into our hearts. Clean, classy and chic. Plus, you can now go ahead, copy these looks and thank Riddhi for it!

Not only are these looks perfect for your date night out, but you can easily mix-and-match these pieces in your day-to-day lives, as well. And with the holiday season coming up, these looks act as the perfect alternative to the Holiday cocktail dress.

Let’s just all agree, this is your go-to look this festive season. And looks like Riddhi and her stylist are already a step ahead. Clad in a Malini Ramani gold ensemble, Riddhi literally takes our breath away! Umm, looks like this lookbook is turning out to be our source of styl-spiration for the coming festive season.

Woot! Woot!


In the midst of cinematic magic, our diva created her own little sartorial magic. Don’t you agree? Seen once again in a Malini Ramani number, this is the dress we all would love to wear. Riddhi clearly was one sartorial step ahead than some of our B-town celebs at the opening of IFFi 2017.

As they say, save the best for the last. This look by far is our favorite one.  We finally have a favorite new fashion icon! Clad in a midi pleated skirt by Zara and long vest by SR Store 09, Ridhhi Dogra was all-things-goals. The soft curls, the on-point makeup, and basic black choker, what’s not to love?