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Double Take.

Looks like Mallika S. isn't the only starlet making a stylistic departure these days. Check out Malaika at a software launch for "IT Traveler Go". Granted this isn't nearly as dramatic a departure as Mallika's was, it still is a change-up from the usual micro-mini or skin tight floor length number with a slit to there. MAK shows us why a crisp, white button down and dark rinse skinnies should be staples in every girl's closet. Plus, she adds a little MAK to the look with those sky high platform peep toes. The chunky bangle and necklace complement her look. I would lose that large buckled belt in favor of a skinnier one, but other than that, she looks great. Love her long, wavy hair too - it looks natural and not over-styled.
Photos: getty.


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