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    12 Outfits Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Won't Be Seen Wearing Anymore

    Wardrobe update successful.

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    Aishwarya Rai Bachchan SLAYS on the red carpet every single damn time.

    She is ridiculously stylish.

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    1. But she wasn't always the style goddess. Back in the 2000s, she made some questionable fashion choices.

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    Long asymmetrical hemline? That chain belt? Camouflage accents?

    2. She cared enough about comfort to wear chappals on the red carpet.

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    But also #goals tbh.

    3. She was all about the shiny ghagras paired with casual wear.

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    4. Remember how wearing big belts on dresses was a thing back in the 00's?

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    5. And those weird cut-out dresses that could only work on a body like Aishwarya's? BUT WE ALL TRIED ANYWAY?

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    6. Even Bappi Lahiri wouldn't wear that quantity of gold on gold.

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    7. She probably wouldn't wear that amount of rhinestones on herself anymore.

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    8. Ruffles had an intense moment in Aishwarya's wardrobe.

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    9. And I mean ~intense~.

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    10. Let's take a moment of silence for the tragic life of whatever ended up on her neck.

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    11. You just had to channel your inner Disney princess with the Jasmine hair.

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    12. She dressed like she was going for a Parent-Teacher meeting and still looked goddamn flawless.

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    Still (officially) better looking than the whole wide world.

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