Style icons: Natalie Portman, Olivia Wilde flaunt baby bumps

Move over Kareena Kapoor


Manaal Khurram December 29, 2016
HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 14: Actress Natalie Portman attends the premiere of 'Jackie' at AFI Fest 2016, presented by Audi at TCL Chinese Theatre on November 14, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Tara Ziemba/Getty Images)

KARACHI: From Kareena Kapoor Khan to Kim Kardashian, we have seen all yummy mummies ace the maternity trend lately. This time around, two leading ladies in Hollywood – Natalie Portman and Olivia Wilde – put their best foot forward in swoon-worthy gowns that perfectly complemented their baby bumps. Here’s how the style icons flaunted their tummies at a night out.

Natalie Portman

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The Black Swan actor attended the premiere of Jackie in a perfect fashion pairing: an ecru silk blazer with an embroidered gown. The mom-to-be looked radiant in a pearl string necklace and long drop diamond earrings that completed the monochrome ensemble. Portman opted for smokey eyes, a nude pout and minimal make up that highlighted her cheekbones. She looked just right in a neatly tied updo that made her skinny face stick out – complementing the baby bump. She completed her look with a colour-blocked Dior clutch.

Olivia Wilde

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Consider this proof that Olivia Wilde simply slays maternity style. The beauty sizzled at the Friars Club, which honoured Martin Scorsese with the entertainment icon award, in a siren-red flowy Valentino creation that she styled with navy Steve Madden platform sandals. The two-layered dress seemed as if it had been made just for her. The starlet looked picture perfect in straightened brown tresses falling loose over her shoulders with a side parting.

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