Red carpet outings always score high on oomph and sass. And, Shriya Saran's halter-neck gown was no different. The dusky golden number, by fashion designer Saisha Shinde, looked absolutely stunning on the actress. The risque plunging neckline, backless design and thigh-high slit elevated the drama quotient of the ensemble. Its wrap-around detailing hugged Shriya's toned body in the best way possible. Diamond and wine-red stone studded earrings along with a few diamond rings for accessories complemented the number. Shriya didn't break the monotony and went with golden footwear. A low-rise centre-parted pony sealed the hairdo. Shriya's glam included smokey eyes, mascara-laden eyelashes, coral cheeks, well-done brows, and pink lips.
Shriya Saran then jazzed up our fashion meter with her mermaid gown. The sleeveless ensemble from the shelves of DL Maya came with a bodycon fit and cutout detailing at the midriff. A regular plunging neckline amped up the ante. The cape has added a touch of elegance to the number. It is made from an iridescent material. The pieces together add a touch of grandeur to the ensemble. To top it off, Shriya went with glamorous dewy makeup and a pair of studded dangling earrings and statement rings.
Who said that the red carpet is just restricted to gowns? Trust Shriya Saran to bring all that glamour in a co-ord set. She styled a coffee-coloured high slit skirt from Nikita Wadhwa Mahisalkar with a stylish full sleeve top featuring power shoulders. Shriya finished off the look with statement rings as the only accessories and minimal glam.
Sarees are equally glamorous. You just need to know the saree-torial knacks just like Shriya Saran. Once, the actress draped herself in a gorgeous bright ruby red silk organza saree by label Torani. The ethnic wonder, featuring machine and hand embroidery, was teamed with an embroidered three-fourth sleeve blouse. A pair of golden jhumkas with silver detailing along with statement bangles accessorised her desi fit. Her sleek bun, adorned with fresh red roses complemented the monochrome magic.
While talking about glamorous sarees, we cannot miss mentioning Manish Malhotra, right? When Shriya Saran turned muse to the designer, we weren't prepared for the magic which unfolded. The actress made our hearts skip a beat in a gorgeous maroon sequin drape. To balance out the bling, she styled it with a sleeveless solid maroon blouse. A pair of diamond earrings, and soft curls for hairdo suited the look.
We are convinced that the actress is always on a fashion streak.Comments