A new day, a new fabulous look. Zara Noor Abbas has gotten her style game on point recently while out and about promoting her upcoming movie Chhalawa. She opted for both western and eastern looks. Our favourite looks are definitely the traditional outfits she opted for.
We love the long flowy, colourful dress and strappy gold heels. She opted for a very simple/ natural makeup look along with fancy drop earrings. The look was completed with loose wavy ends. Perfect for summer!
Street style look done right! Very simple yet chic. A plain black skirt and printed white tee paired with over the shoulder denim jacket and gold strappy heels to give that chic vibe. This time Zara opted for a different hairdo, bangs! Again, her makeup is very minimal; tinted pink lips and a simple cat eye.
Nothing compares to a traditional ensemble. She kept her makeup and accessories very simple and classy. She finished the look with a natural, wavy hairdo and oversized jhumkas.
One can never go wrong in an all-white traditional outfit! Zara rocked three fabulous all white looks with a hint of gold in three different styles.
She first went for a slightly printed gold work on her kurti and a plain see-through dupatta, which she pulled-off gracefully. She completed the look with a curly messy loose braid, white dangling earrings and pinky makeup. Zara effortlessly shows that an elusive kameez and dupatta definitely go a long way.
Straight hair, deep pink lips and coral blush; Zara is turning up the heat with this look of hers. We love how she went for simple round earrings and let her kurti do all the talking with that neckline detail.
Hands down one of the best looks, old school meets modern world. A very traditional gharara which she paired gold jhumkas with and opted for tinted pink lips. We love the sleek middle part low ponytail. Loving the subtle detailing on the whole ensemble.
Silk sky blue button down paired perfectly with a pink pleated net skirt and silver strappy heels. Her thick black hair had the perfect blowout and loose curls at the end. Simple yet every fashionable. Perfect look for a night out.
Pure elegance. Zara pulled off this simple yet bold red anarkali dress with utter perfection. The best part is how her dupatta was only printed. It would have been too crowded and extra bold with prints and designs all over. She completed the look with minimal accessories and loose curls.
The backdrop and the floral printed ensemble. Moving away from the usual shalwar kameez, Zara choose to wear a printed cotton net lehenga and a simple grey top with pearls around the border. Jhumkas can never run out of style and goes just perfect with a low bun!
Zara stuns yet again in a gold/nude anarkali frock. She completed the look with a classic red lip, black winged liner and trendy pinned up hair.
Black and red. The best combo. Zara looks ethereal in this number. The makeup is on point: glossy lips, bronzy cheeks and kohl smokey eyes.
Funky and colourful! What a fun look Zara has put together. A stunning mustard and floral flowy dress paired with ankle high black boots and pink tights! Check out those funky star shaped earrings.
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