Making glamorous appearances in red carpet events is something that comes easily to celebrities. They know how to add drama to their looks and make for jaw-dropping moments, leaving both critics and fans star-struck.
A trend that multiple celebrities fell in love with and have sported on the red carpet, sometimes more than once, is the oversized bow one. It adds just the right amount of drama and glamour, making for the perfect red carpet outfit and ensuring the diva who wore it look no less than a gift. As compiled from Pinkvilla, here are six global starlets who rocked the bow.
- Deepika Padukone
The Chhapaak star seems to have a soft spot for this trend. She wore gowns with oversized bows twice - once in the form of a stunning red Gauri and Nainika number and then, with a black and white monochrome gown by Peter Dundas at Cannes.
- Parineeti Chopra
Chopra also made eyes pop as she showed off her new lean and trim figure in a hot pink satin strapless dress with an exaggerated bow at her shoulder.
- Scarlett Johansson
The Avengers: Endgame beauty also opted for a red exaggerated bow dress with a plunging sweetheart neckline for the 2020 Golden Globes. She accessorised this dramatic and glamorous outfit with a simple statement diamond necklace and a classy bun.
- Jennifer Lopez
JLo also hopped on to the bandwagon and picked out an exaggerated bow dress for the Golden Globe 2020 awards. Her white gown featured an emerald green and sparkling gold bow by Valentino. A matching emerald necklace and her hair pulled up in a large voluminous bun completed the diva's look.
- Nicole Kidman
At the 2018 Oscars, Kidman left the world stunned as she opted for a dazzling midnight blue Armani gown that bore a sweetheart neckline and a thigh-high slit.
At an event, this budding beauty wore a striking red strapless dress with a large bow at the front that wrapped both her shoulders and was made from satin. The Alexis Mabille gown looked smashing on Zendaya.
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