The "Befikre" star says she has an OK taste in apparel and styles and feels she would any day pick garments in which she feels great and sure.
She may have included in movies upheld by one of the greatest generation houses known for marvelous stars, however on-screen character Vaani Kapoor says, in actuality, she is not that in vogue.
The performing artist, who made her introduction with Yash Raj's "Shuddh Desi Romance" in 2013, says her style proclamation is keeping it straightforward sans an excessive amount of experimentation.
"You can be agreeable and be beautiful in the meantime. I am basic with regards to my feeling of style. I am not that trial, into "mold" design. I am not terrified of any design policing, yet.
"Unless they totally waste me… But so far I don't think I've ever been addressed about that (form sense)," Vaani told PTI.
The "Befikre" star says she has a "better than average taste in attire and styles" and feels she would any day pick garments in which she feels "great and sure."
"I have not been that form cognizant. I do have confidence in keeping it a la mode additionally keeping it easy. I don't need the piece of clothing to dominate my identity. So something which I am agreeable and positive about, I'll generally go for that."
The 28-year-old on-screen character was talking at The Woolmark Company's 'Fleece Runway'- an outline rivalry for tertiary understudies.
Vaani thinks something like this for maturing creators is a shade stage, as they get to showcase their accumulation on a major scale which will assist "numerous entryways" with opening for them.
"I feel advantaged to be a piece of this occasion as it is astonishing for all the forthcoming creators who are getting a global stage to showcase their gathering. I believe it's awesome as India's driving style colleges are a piece of this program…
"There are individuals who have so much ability yet they don't get the correct stage or contact. I feel it's helpful for them. It's on global stage so you have that numerous entryways open for you."