By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 2, 2017 8:21 pm Kriti Sanon was breathtaking and we have to give it to her stylist, Sonam Poladia, for coming up with the exotic headgear she adorned. (Source: File Photo) Related News
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Be it exotic, ethereal, chic or gorgeous, Kriti Sanon wears them all with style and elegance. In a cover photo for Hello India! magazine, Sanon outdid herself as she looked like a sultry Aphrodite rising out of the water to lure travellers to Oman. The magazine cover read ”An exotic getaway to Oman with Kriti Sanon” and we promise you if the actor’s look is anything to go by, it has to be an exciting one. Draped in a golden gown with intricate silver work, Sanon was breathtaking and we have to give it to her stylist, Sonam Poladia, for coming up with the exotic headgear she adorned.
Bejewelled and tasselled, the headgear hung magnificently on Sanon’s forehead. Adrian Jacob did a stellar job with the actor’s make-up which was kept in the tune of the beckoning desert vibes. With a dusky and dewy skin and dark and smoky eyes, Sanon looked alluring enough to entice people in the wilderness of a desert.
Poladia kept the accessories to a bare minimum with just the majestic headgear and a statement ring which were more than enough to complement Sanon’s ensemble. The magazine shared other pictures of the actor where she looked exotic and sultry in a velvet green Anita Dongre number sitting on a rock.
We absolutely adore the cover photo and give Sanon hats off for pulling it off gorgeously.
We love the look. What about you? Let us know in the comments below.
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