Sonam Bajwa's fashion choices are always worth a mention and more so for these pictures featuring her in a stunning cutout dress. A stylish pick from the brand, Stolen Stores, the strapless number was presented in a beautiful blend of white and pink hues. The highlights of the dress were, of course, the cutouts at the torso and midriff area, but also the ruched detailing which accentuated the bust line. The shiny pink skirt and trailing fabric flowing gracefully from one side of the waist added an element of glamour to the OOTD. Sonam's subtle glam included a dewy base and highlighted cheekbones. With her middle-parted wavy hair, she exuded an effortless charm that perfectly complemented her chic outfit.
At the HT India's Most Stylish Awards, all eyes were on the actress, who undoubtedly looked gorgeous. Her teal blue gown was an absolute showstopper, making waves in the fashion world. The gown's 3D-printed detailing created a mesmerising illusion. Sonam's impeccable sense of style and her ability to effortlessly carry off the unique gown served her well.
The former Miss India contestant has a unique flair for transforming simple attire into stunning fashion statements, and she proved it once again with this beige number. The bodycon dress beautifully accentuated her toned physique, leaving no doubt about her impeccable style. With her confident and radiant presence, Sonam effortlessly turned the outfit into a showstopper, making heads turn and hearts skip a beat.
Sonam and her co-star for COJ 3, Gippy Grewal earlier struck a pose near a helicopter, exuding charm and camaraderie. The star looked stunning in a green dress adorned with elegant fringes cascading down. The duo held hands, radiating a warm and friendly vibe.
Previously the Punjabi actress looked effortlessly stylish as she posed on the sandy shore, embracing the Barbiecore trend in a stunning pink backless mini dress. The dress exuded a captivating shine, accentuating her chic and glamorous look.
Sonam Bajwa's latest film Carry On Jatta 3 has been dominating the big screen for over a month, making waves in the Punjabi film industry.Comments