We are quite aware of Shriya Saran's red-carpet glam. It's quirky, elegant and loaded with pizzazz. At the recent style icon awards in Mumbai, the actress came all decked up in a pretty custom black and white gown. The “Kylie” dress was from the shelves of entrepreneur Mark Bumgarner. The ensemble was a black 2 piece set which included a bikini-like blouse featuring a corset touch with a wired finish and thin straps along with a thigh-high slit skirt. Her outfit was layered with an iconic operatic white cape, which gave the much-needed dramatic effect to her ensemble. Pearl earrings, and layered chains around her neck complemented her red-carpet-ready look. The glam was muted with shimmery pink eyelids, smudged kohl, contoured cheeks and nude lips. Black heels finished off her semi-monochromatic style. Shriya Saran's number reminded us of Priyanka Chopra's ruffled gown which she wore for a Bulgari event.
In a shimmery olive green gown, Shriya Saran looked just wow. The spaghetti strap number hugged the actress in the right places. That high slit on the side brought a dose of oomph to her ensemble. We totally loved the shimmery details which made her fit the star of the night. Silky smooth mane and dusky-tone glam suited her well.
Shriya Saran and evening gowns are a match made in fashion heaven. Take this emerald green gown by Shivani Awasty for example. A bold neckline that extended to a fitted silhouette, followed by sweeping ruffles and a thigh-high slit were some of the highlights of her fit. The white heels broke the monotony of her fashion outing.
Shriya Saran brought all the bling as she turned muse to designer Taran Tahlani. In a rose gold gown sculpted and draped gown in metallic crinkle tulle, the actress looked like a vision to behold. The ensemble featured a halter neckline, scattered crystals and a backless design. To complement the shimmery details, Shriya wore rosy make-up and sided with a matte finish for her lips.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Shriya Saran's last box office outing was the Kannada film, Kabzaa.Comments