Dancer turned actor Nora Fatehi never fails to turn any occasion into her personal fashion event by donning head-turning looks. The star has a knack for experimenting with different styles and serving bold sartorial moments. Whether she has to turn into a mermaid for a photoshoot or a 21st-century Bohemian bride, the star can do it all. However, instead of mixing things up for a recent event, Nora chose to wear a simple pastel-shaded gown. But, she impressed the fashion police nonetheless.
Celebrity stylist Meagan Concessio took to Instagram on Friday, December 17, to post videos of Nora wearing a stunning green gown, looking like a modern Greek goddess. Meagan also styled the star’s look for the occasion. “Nora Fatehi for an event in Calcutta,” she captioned the post.
The dress that Nora wore for the event is from the shelves of the womenswear label, Gemy Maalouf. It is a great ensemble for wearing to your best friend’s bachelorette party or a cocktail night when you want to keep things glam and simple. Keep scrolling to see Nora’s pictures.
Nora’s floor-sweeping sleeveless gown comes in a soothing pastel green colour palette. It features a plunging V neckline, sleeves extending to the back of the dress forming a drape, a risqué thigh-baring slit on the side, cinched bandage detail on the torso, and a flowy silhouetted skirt.
The dress accentuated Nora’s curves perfectly and turned this sartorial moment into one of her best looks in a red-carpet-ready gown. The 29-year-old accessorised the dress with shimmering gold pumps, a dainty statement necklace, rings, and flower-shaped earrings.
Side parted locks styled in soft curls, mascara-laden lashes, shimmery smoky eye shadow, nude pink lip shade, blushed cheeks, kohl-clad eyes, and sharp contour completed Nora’s glam picks with the green gown.
Meanwhile, Nora will be next seen with Guru Randhawa in a new music video called Dance Meri Rani. She was last seen in the music video Kusu Kusu from Satyameva Jayate 2. The film starred John Abraham and Divya Khosla Kumar in the lead roles.