6 Stunning Looks By Tennis Queen Sania Mirza To Steal For This Wedding Season

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6 Stunning Looks By Tennis Queen Sania Mirza To Steal For This Wedding Season

She is the quintessential queen of the tennis world and has made the nation proud of her enormous achievements. Certainly, Sania Mirza has mastered every bit of the profession that she is into. But, there’s something else too she seems to have got on point. Well, it’s her impeccable style, especially when it comes to wedding fashion, which has made us an even bigger fan of this diva.     

So, for all the girls looking for some serious dose of style inspiration to attend weddings this year, here are some of the best looks of tennis queen Sania Mirza.

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#1. Brown never looked so beautiful before

Image/Kamal Kiran Photography

Image Courtesy: Kamal Kiran Photography

Sania looked like a dream as she wore a brown Manish Malhotra creation at her sister, Anam Mirza’s engagement in 2015. And not just the outfit, even the makeup and jewellery that she wore with this stunning outfit were just so apt. A pair of chand baalis, a rich shade of lipstick and that gorgeous smile, a killer combination every girl would want to don at her sister’s wedding (Read More).

#2. Gorgeous Sania in red

Sania Mirza's sister Anam Mirza's wedding

Sania totally stole the limelight with her red carpet-style outfit in red, designed by Anita Dongre. It was also Sania’s birthday on the same day as her sister's haldi ceremony (November 15, 2016). The subtle makeup complimenting this bright red and golden outfit with a choker necklace made Sania look graceful and stylist at the same time. 

#3. Stunning in a saree

Dressed in an exquisite Kanjeevaram silk saree, Sania was the showstopper for jewellery designer Moni Agarwal at IIJW 2015. The choker necklace, large earrings and the lip colour matching the pink blouse simply added to the beauty of this dazzling diva. And, we are so much in love with that kamarbandh that she is wearing. Isn’t that a great way to look regal at a function without going over the top!

#4. Cocktail of style and grace

Image/Instagram

Image Courtesy: Instagram

At a book launch event, Sania made an amazing style statement with this cute dress made of handloom fabric. While the colours golden, black and green added a traditional touch to her look, the pineapple print made it a bit quirkier. The simple yet elegant earrings complemented her look well. And in case you don’t know, it was Sania’s sister Anam, who styled her up for this event. Guess we now know the reason behind this girl being so high on style all the time.

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#5. Light floral delight

Now, this look of Sania can be emulated for a daytime pre-wedding function. Sania rocked this look in one of the episodes of the popular The Kapil Sharma Show. It was a floral dress with applique work on it, which was teamed up with floral print pants. The subtle colours of this outfit made her look all the more refreshing.

#6. The style goddess

Sania looked ethereal as she appeared on the cover of Outlook Splurge magazine’s bridal special issue this October (2016). Each look of this shoot was spellbinding as she donned gorgeous lehengas, graceful jewellery pieces and minimal makeup all the time. And, this is exactly what every girl desires for when she has to attend the wedding of someone very close to her, right? Hope you too got some inspiration!

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There is no doubt about Sania Mirza’s talent that she exhibits whenever she is on-field. But these super-stylish looks left us with no doubts about her great taste either. So, which of these looks of this diva is your favourite? Do tell us in the comments below!

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