Vogue Beauty Awards 2016 – Only Katrina And Mahira Play Their Style Games Smartly

While Karisma Kapoor’s black gown looked dreary to say the least, Ileana D’Cruz picked a purple number that lacked life and appeal. Aditi Rao Hydari’s yellow gown failed to look exotic for the big night, and Parineeti Chopra, clad in more of a casual ensemble, seemed to have missed the whole point of the beauty bash. Radhika Apte too fell short of casting a spell.


A slew of Bollywood actresses made it to the recently concluded Vogue Beauty Awards 2016, but sadly, not many could turn heads. In fact, there were only two B-Town girls who impressed me with their styles at the glitzy do – Katrina Kaif and Mahira Khan.


It was a red-hot one-shouldered Romona Keveza gown for Katrina that she owned to the tee. A peek at her washboard abs through the cutout detail made the actress look all the more drool-worthy.


She fabulously completed her look with soft curls, subtle makeup, chic geometric earrings from Misho Designs and a Micare ring.


On the other hand, the Pakistani sensation, Mahira Khan, who is all set to open her Hindi film account with Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees this year, too took me by storm with her simple yet sensational stint. Slipped into a sea-greenish one-shouldered Monisha Jaising gown, Mahira looked like a dream. She was all about glamour, grace and gorgeousness.


She skipped jewellery (except for a ring from Renu Oberoi Fine Jewellery) with this enticing number, and I’m certainly not complaining, as she totally rocked it this way. A middle-parted neatly tied hairdo, kohled eyes, minimal makeup, a golden pyramid Judith Leiber clutch, and golden heels finished out her look with flourish.


Too much hotness, no?


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