To say that Mahira Khan is beautiful would be a serious understatement! She has a way about her, charming her way into our hearts with her ethereal appeal and that subdued glamour. While her acting chops have regaled, courtesy of the television show Humsafar with Fawad Khan, the actress made her big Bollywood debut in Raees opposite King Khan Shah Rukh Khan. Her sass, spunk and an ability to engage consciously are always endearing coupled with a remarkable nonchalance to deal with naysayers, earning her accolades all the way. All along, her style play is in perfect sync with her demure persona. Not the one to indulge blindly into trends, Mahira has a way with fashion, understanding the nuances of what suits her petite frame the best. Roping in a chic quotient, this time as the newest face of the cosmetic giant, L’Oreal for Pakistan, Mahira Khan pulled off three stunning style plays with that signature élan.
Whether she’s walking the red carpet or going about her day or gracing the front row at fashion weeks or simply sipping coffee, Mahira’s sartorial take on things has only attained a new high with her Cannes 2018 stint. Here’s a closer look at her style.
Mahira Khan – Saree-ing it up!
Mahira draped a nude salmon coloured saree by Menahel and Mehreen with a strappy black embellished blouse. A fishtail braid, statement emerald earrings and pink lips topped off the breezy look.
Mahira Khan – Laidback but yet so colourful!
Mahira Khan – And it was called Yellow!
Mahira paired her separates from Solace London featuring a lime yellow satin top featuring exaggerated sleeves with high-waist wide leg pants with a statement white belt. Black Christian Louboutin stilettoes muted gold statement earrings coupled with the wind in her hair and a barely-there makeup rounded out her look.
Mahira Khan – Soaking up the sun and how!
Mahira Khan looks effortlessly chic in Élan’s NisaNur kimono, paired with harem pants and a crossover bustier, soaking up sun, waves and sand in Cannes. She teamed it with statement earrings from Zohra Rahman. A bun with minimal makeup topped off her look.
On the professional front, Mahira was last seen in Verna, a Pakistani socio-drama by Shoaib Mansoor essaying the role of the resilient and a rape victim, Sara.
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