Mahira Sharma's graceful and chic fashion looks have garnered a lot of attention. Let's take a sneak peek into her traditional looks.
By Sonali Sachdeva
We can't stop gushing over Mahira's sexy saree look. She had flaunted her red and white striped saree with a white blouse with deep back featuring multiple straps.
Her Punjabi suit with silver details is also giving us major 'desi kudi' vibes. Her yellow 'kurti' had elegant mirror work. She had draped a white mesh 'dupatta' with it.
Mahira had looked surreal in her navy blue mesh saree, which had minor silver stones attached all over. Her look was simple yet elegant.
The actress had aced her look in a pistachio green lehenga and a sleeveless 'choli' with intricate silver-leaf pattern designed all over her outfit. She paired it with a neon pink 'dupatta'.
Mahira had worn a metallic embellished blouse with a ruffled saree in wine colour. She had left her hair open and slayed her look.
Mahira had donned a 'lehenga-choli' set doused in sequins in grey colour. Her goddy ensemble had given her a regal look. She had paired her outfit with gold earrings, a 'maang teeka' and bangles.
Mahira loves wearing 'salwar' suit. And yet again she had shared her 'pataka-kudi' look in velvet, royal blue 'kurti', 'salwar' and a 'dupatta'. Her 'kurti' had featured silver 'gotta-patti' work.
She had looked absolutely beautiful in her traditional maroon Kashmiri, 'Pheran'. It had beautiful floral motifs printed on it. She had worn a royal 'Taranga' on her head.
Mahira had looked like an epitome of beauty in her simple 'anarkali' suit in sky blue colour. Her suit was made with 'chikanari' work, with intricate thread and silver sequin detailing.
The diva had opted for a red 'kurti', traditional white prints and 'gotta-patti' work on the sleeves and the neck line. She had paired a red palazzo with white stripes and a subtle red 'dupatta'
Her cape-style suit had looked perfect on her. Mahira had donned yellow 'kurti' and 'sharara' with heavy stone work. Along with it she had worn a cape with heavy work on the hand cuffs.
Mahira's black 'anarkali' look was subtle yet classy. She had opted for a plain black 'anarkali' with subtle sequin work on the corset. She had kept her look minimal with a pair of 'jhumkas'.
For Diwali 2020, Mahira had donned a net lehenga which had featured heavy thread work in floral pattern. She had styled it with a semi-sleeved blouse which had intricate designs on it.