Sara Ali Khan makes her debut at Cannes in a pastel lehenga, says, 'You Cannes do it'
In an ethnic lehenga form the shelves of Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla, Sara looked ethereal for her debut at Cannes this year.
The Cannes Film Festival kickstarted on May 16 and will go on till May 27. One of the most prestigious film festivals celebrated across the world, the red carpet at Cannes is always star-studded. Every year, the Cannes Film Festival is attended by the A-listers of the film and the fashion fraternity. The red carpet looks of the stars at Cannes keep giving new fashion goals to the world every year. Sara Ali Khan made her debut at Cannes this year and we cannot keep calm already. The actor recently took off for her Cannes debut, post the launch of the trailer of her upcoming film Zara Hatke Zara Bachke. Sara, on Wednesday, shared a slew of pictures of her Cannes red carpet look on her Instagram profile and we are drooling like anything.
Sara, for her debut at the Cannes red carpet, played muse to fashion designer Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla and picked a stunning lehenga from the shelves of the designer. Sara opted for a traditional look for the Cannes and embraced the ethnic side, draped by Dolly Jain. Sara decked up in a pastel blouse with silver embellishment details and a plunging neckline. She further teamed it with a long and flowy skirt with ethnic patterns in shades of white throughout. Sara completed her look in a matching dupatta on her shoulders attached to her hair bun, featuring details in white, and tulle details at the borders. "You Cannes do it,” Sara captioned her pictures. Take a look:
Sara further accessorised her look for the day in matching statement silver earrings with yellow embedded stones. In a diamond bracelet on one hand, she completed her look. Styled by hairstylist Sanky Evrus, Sara wore her tresses into a bun with a middle part as she posed by the rocks leading to a serene water body in the backdrop. Assisted by makeup artist Tanvi Chemburkar, Sara decked up in minimal makeup as she let her ethnic ensemble do all the talking. In nude eyeshadow, black eyeliner, black kohl, mascara-laden eyelashes, contoured cheeks and a shade of nude lipstick, Sara aced her debut look at this year's Cannes Film Festival.