Favorite Looks From The Star Guild And Screen Awards 2014

 

Sonakshi Sinha in Rachel Roy

Sonakshi Sinha in Rachel Roy

What-A-Look! By far, my favorite Sonakshi Sinha public appearance, to date. She looked contemporary, edgy with a blend of fun and class. The all black look with statement earrings really did her some good. Great move skipping the neckpiece and throwing in the waist cinch, too. If you look closely, the make up is almost complete natural, with her patent winged eyeliner just there for keep-sake; and the nude-pink lips go amazingly with her skin tone. A pleasant surprise, this look was.

Huma Qureshi in Nikhil Thampi

Huma Qureshi in Nikhil Thampi

I have no idea why, but the first words that came to my mind when I saw this look was, “Mona darling!” – maybe it was the all-red? With a very classic, vintage feel, the look definitely was one of the best spotted at the Life OK Screen Awards this year. It takes a lot of confidence to leave the house wearing red lipstick for some people, so I can only imagine how many times Qureshi must have checked the mirror before leaving the front door with the matching outfit, lips and footwear. The soft curls on one side are just perfect to show off the one shoulder lapels, and the fact that her arms are fully covered is great for her body type, too!

Neha Dhupia in Ranna Gill

Neha Dhupia in Ranna Gill

Another look that made de go vava voom! The nude shade of the outfit blending with the gold detailing, the crop-top effect from the middle and high-cut neck, I could go on about the outfit by Ranna Gill here (one of these for me, please?) The side swept waves and smokey eyes are a brilliant way to add some glamour to your look; and with a fabulous body like that, we bet you don’t have to try to hard either.

Shruti Hassan in Gaurav Gupta

Shruti Hassan in Gaurav Gupta

Everyone loves Gaurav Gupta’s cut-outs, embroideries and play with sheer, but there’s nothing like it when you have a complete look with the face, make up, hair and occasion, all falling into place, just fine. Shruti Hassan’s slightly leggy appearance with the curled up-do definitely made it to my top few favorite looks, plus points for the height!

Jacqueline Fernandez in Anand Kabra

Jacqueline Fernandez in Anand Kabra

Now here’s a new twist  to the saree! Long kurtas, low necks, lots of room for the pallu and thick borders – glamorizing the conventional look, aren’t we now? This Anand Kabra number definitely has its place in my top favorites list owing to the beautiful detailing in the kurta and borders. The red lips and simple hair are pleasant to watch, though I do wish there was more thought into them for the red carpet. What I’m also wishing for is a pair of small studs for the ears. What do you think?

Vaani Kapoor in Nikhil Thampi

Vaani Kapoor in Nikhil Thampi

I really can’t pick now – am I ogling at the Nikhil Thampi reinvented saree or the statement neckpiece from Amrapali and Manish Arora? Cant’ figure – but what I do know for sure is that this Bollywood diva might be just a film old, but she’s certainly got herself a great stylist. With curves that have any garment hug her body like that, you know she’s going to look graceful even in a rag. Definitely loving the up-do too, but once again, wishing there was just a little more thought into the make up for the look. Smokey eyes for a power-packed statement maybe? Overall, it’s been a good style season, and we love how experimental some of the ladies have been. What do you think? Did you love this post? [link_popup id='21550' link_text='Sign up now to get all our latest stories delivered straight to your inbox!' name='Subscribe here']

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