This or That?: Wardha Saleem or Maida Azmat

A breakdown of how Wardha Saleem and Maida Azmat looked at the Lux Style Awards.


July 09, 2013
Wardha Saleem and Maida Azmat at the Lux Style Awards. PHOTO: FILE

Fashion designer Wardha Saleem and design coordinator for Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) Maida Azmat were spotted at the Lux Style Awards 2013 red carpet. Both ladies looked hot in these digital printed silk dresses which caught our attention. Here’s a breakdown of their looks:

Wardha Saleem

Hair & Make-up

Wardha had her brown straight hair half up, showing off her earrings. While the designer pinned half of her hair, she still had volume on her crown. We love the bronzy make-up and thickly lined eyes.

Outfit

Wardha’s choice to wear a flowy, printed gown seemed to work for her that night. While the dress has no shape or slits, the beautiful gold-and-black abstract design on her dress, that is her own creation, looked appealing.

Accessories & shoes

The designer carried a clutch which camouflaged with her dress. A bright coloured purse would have been a better choice. We can’t see the shoes, but her dangling earrings matched perfectly with the dress.

Maida Azmat

Hair & Make-up

The design coordinator Maida chose to brighten her look with a peachy lip-shade. Her eyes stood out with her dark make-up and heavy mascara.  She left her hair down, parting it right through the middle. Two thumbs up for maintaining volume!

Outfit

Maida rocked in her printed sleeveless flowy dress, designed by Wardha Saleem. The graceful lady pulled off this half-colour print, half black-and-white with confidence.

Accessories & shoes

Unfortunately, Maida didn’t accessorise her outfit. We would have liked to see some funky bracelets or earrings for the red-carpet event. While we can’t see her shoes, we hope Maida wore a nice pair of open-toed heels.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 10th, 2013.

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