Mahira Sharma's elegant and chic fashion looks are grabbing a lot of attention. Let’s take a look at her traditional look first.
We can't stop admiring Mahira's sexy saree look. She flaunted her red and white striped saree in a deep-backed, multi-strap white blouse.
Her Punjabi suit with silver details also gave us major 'desi kudi' vibes. Her yellow 'kurti' featured an elegant mirror work. She covered it with a white net-shaped 'dupatta'.
Mahira looked surreal in a navy blue net saree studded with small silver stones. Her look was simple yet elegant.
The actress wore a pistachio green lehenga and a sleeveless 'choli' which had intricate silver leaf designs all over the dress which enhanced her look. She paired it with neon pink 'dupetta'.
Mahira wore a metallic embellished blouse paired with a burgundy frilly saree. She wore her hair down, ruining her look.
Mahira wore a 'lehenga-choli' suit painted with gray sequins. Her divine ensemble gave her a regal look. She accessorized her outfit with gold earrings, a 'maang teeka' and a bracelet.
Mahira likes to wear 'salwar' suits. She once again shared her 'pataka-kudi' look in velvet, royal blue 'kurti', 'salwar' and 'dupatta'. Her 'kurti' featured silver 'gotta-patti' work.
She looked very beautiful in traditional maroon Kashmiri dress 'Pheran'. It has a beautiful floral pattern printed on it. She wears a royal 'talanga' on her head.
Mahira looked like the epitome of beauty in a simple sky blue 'anarkali' suit. Her ensemble was made using the 'chikanari' technique with intricate lines and silver sequin details.
The diva opted for a red 'kurti', traditional white print and 'gotta-patti' pattern on the sleeves and neckline. She paired it with a red palazzo with white stripes and a subtle red 'dupatta'
Her cape suit suits her perfectly. Mahira wears a yellow 'kurti' and 'sharara' with heavy stone work on it. On top of that, she wore a cape that had a lot of work done on the cuffs.
Mahira's black 'anarkali' look was understated yet elegant. She opted for a sheer black 'anarkali' with delicate sequins on the bodice. She kept her look simple in a pair of 'jhumkas'.
For Diwali 2020, Mahira donned a net lehenga which had thick lines in a floral pattern. She styled it with a half-sleeve blouse with intricate patterns on it.