Get the look: Fit for a queen

Singer and actor Meesha Shafi spotted at engagement lunch of TV show host Juggun Kazim looking ravishing.


May 08, 2013
Meesha Shafi.

Singer and actor Meesha Shafi was spotted at the engagement lunch of TV show host Juggun Kazim at Cosa Nostra. Meesha looked ravishing from head-to-toe, scoring high on our style-o-meter. Here is a breakdown of what she wore.



Make-up



With the intricate and beautiful embroidery on her coat, it was wise of Misha to keep her make-up toned down. For defined eyes, line your eyelid with Maybelline’s Lasting Drama gel liner (Rs1,200) and smudge some Rimmel’s Glam’Eyes silver eyeshade. The actor looks like a million dollars with that smile and Mac’s Endless Drama lipstick (Rs1,700).

Hair

Meesha’s side-parted auburn bob is a stunner in this heat! Her luscious shiny hair is like a breath of fresh air. A little untangling serum before blow drying your hair will help achieve this look.

Outfit



No one could pull of this stunning embroidered coat designed by Farida Hasan better than this graceful lady. She has paired the coat with a white silk top and peach silk palazzos from her own wardrobe. You can get these pants from different stores, but the best thing is to get these stitched by your tailor at almost half the price.

Accessories and shoes



Meesha is wearing a gorgeous pair of dangly gold earrings which she bought from India. You can find similar earrings and a cocktail ring off the racks at local accessories stores like Sentiments (under Rs1,000). Although we can’t see her feet thanks to her ankle-long palazzos, Meesha is wearing cream wedge heels from Cole Haan.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 9th, 2013.                      

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COMMENTS (1)

Mustafa | 7 years ago | Reply

Hideous look.. Hate those coats, especially when its that HOT outside!

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