Sexy gowns are never out of fashion on the red carpet. Believe it or not, this designer piece of garment has just evolved to impress the onlookers and make the one wearing it, to feel being top of the world. Bollywood divas often descend on red carpet of several prestigious events slipping into the most exquisitely designed gown. However, it’s not always that you shall get a thumbs up for your pick. Today we shall decode Malaika Arora and Urvashi Rautela gown looks and decide who wore it better.
Malaika Arora put her A-game on the red carpet of Vogue Awards 2019, leaving the onlookers amazed with sensuous avatar like always. The diva slipped into Aadnevik white maxi gown, high on oomph factor. Flaunting her toned pins with the slit going all the way up and high till her thigh; her plunging neckline, just raised the hotness quotient. With letting her hair loose post a simple blow dry, she added shimmer to her look with pop-glossy coloured lips. The corset kinda upper half accentuated her curves and layered element in her dress, added the flirty element. She completed her look with nude strappy heels.
Moving on to Urvashi Rautela who too wore plunging neckline gown designed by Swapnil Shinde for Miss Universe 2015 Evening Gown Portrait round. Studded with Swarovski crystal, she added more bling to her look with chandelier earrings, ring, bracelet and pumps too. Breaking the bling factor of her look was her lip colour. ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan OR Anushka Sharma: Who Wore The Button-Up Shirt With Lehenga Better?
When compared the two, we feel Malaika Arora carried sexy gown with dramatic neckline better than Urvashi Rautela. What do you think? ALSO READ: Reem Shaikh, Chahatt Khanna And Athiya Shetty Wear The Unbuttoned White Shirt; Who Wore It Better?
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