Malaika Arora is the ultimate glam queen. For Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani's grand premiere, in Mumbai, Malaika made sure to carry her diva crown along. She made a stunning case for an all-black look. The fashionista wore an oversized blazer atop high-waist flare pants. Malaika carried her look in a button-down style, letting her daring black bralette sneak a peek from beneath. Keeping her look on the minimal side, Malaika ditched her chunky jewellery and simply wore two black rings. However, her look received a touch of fierceness through her bold glam including red lips and subtle smokey eyes. Middle parted messy bun gave her a sleek look. Don't forget to admire her black clutch and OTT platform heels.
When Arora wears a pantsuit, she redefines class and sophistication. Who says boardroom dressing can't be bold and lively? Here she wore a stunning yellow pantsuit by Dorothee Schumacher. Giving a whirl to the shirtless blazer trend, Malaika styled her blazer in a button-up look and paired it with oversized trousers. She created a stunning case of contrast through her studded choker necklace. What was left of sophistication was added by her middle parted high ponytail. Rosy nude lips were paired with neutral eyeshadow and add-on lashes.
Heavy-duty pantsuit? Sure. Malaika brought the sass and drama to the boardroom dressing, she decided to wear Ralph and Russo's aqua blue sequin pantsuit. Making her shine bright like a diamond, the four-piece set exaggerated heavy embellishment. It featured a fitted top with an oversized blazer, and matching flared trousers. She paired such a glitzy outfit with a beautiful dewy base and matching eyes. Sleek half-open hair added the wet style vibe.
Need something in a little less gleam? Arora's white Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna creation is just the right pick for you. All white number highlighted shimmery detailing around the shoulders and turtle neck top underneath. This time she left her hair open and styled in curls.
Malaika Arora's boardroom wardrobe is altogether a feisty style statement.Comments