The annual Lux Style Awards is one of those nights where stars dress up to the nines and put forward their best fashion fronts. Here are the stars who made it to the Best Dressed list, and the worst.
There is only one word that comes to mind when we see this picture of Meera: glamourous. Meera looks stunning in this outfit by Nida Azwer.
Zara Noor Abbas
Zara is exuding old-school glamour in this beige outfit. Love love love the Hollywood style waves and bright red pout. Zara truly looks like a diva.
Atif looks suave in this sequence-studded suit.
Looks like white is a favourite this year. But then again given the heat and humidity, there is no better colour than white. Saba Qamar looks absolutely radiant in this Zaheer Abbas number.
We’re really liking the all-white Manish Malhotra ensemble, teased ponytail and fresh makeup look. Very summery.
How dapper does this heartthrob look in this midnight blue jacket? We have to say he kinda does make us go a little weak in the knees.
Sohai Ali Abro
We’re really liking Sohai Ali Abro’s velvet and silk off-the-shoulder gown. Simple yet elegant. Her soft hairdo is the cherry on top.
Sorry Momina but yellow with yellow and yellow with red hair do not go AT ALL. Plus the black bag looks entirely out of place.
Not sure what Nomi was thinking when he decided to pair a polka dot tie with floral embroidery.
Looks like Iqra couldn’t decide whether she wanted to go for a cape or a suit, so she decided to go for both. The outfit is not doing justice to her petite frame and with that sleek ponytail, she’s just looking like a desi version of an extra from Justice League.
Hey Maya. We know ruffles are trending, but this dress is not. It looks a lot like those dolls dresses which we put as cake toppers.
Maya’s look on the red carpet was not one of her finest. She’s seen better days.
Damn Mikaal, how did you even manage to wear velvet in Karachi’s heat? But other than that there was nothing right about this outfit – the out of place buttons, the uneven hemline, need we say more?
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