Syra Shahroz is representing Pakistan at first Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Film Festival 2018 happening in China right now. The festival is five days long from 13-17 June and will showcase five movies from Pakistan which are; Chalay Thay Sath, Bin Roye, Jawani Phir Nahi Ani, Parchi and Punjab Nahi Jaungi.
Syra Shahroz’s film Chalay Thay Sath which was released last year is also a part of this festival and she is attending the event as one of the delegate from Pakistan for the festival. Syra is among one of the best-dressed females in the industry as she knows how to serve looks that are worth taking style notes over. She loves experimenting and I love her for that! Be it her hair, clothes or roles she doesn’t shy away from trying different things. With her being in China, let’s have a look at her red carpet appearances for SCO Film Festival down below.
For her first look Syra went with a bespoke solid hue body-fitted dress by Sania Maskatiya with a slit from knee below adding a bit of structure. Those swarovski crystal detailing on the right shoulder adds life in the monotonous pattern. Loose curls, smokey eyes and silver jeweled earrings by Ali Javeri rounded off her look for the day. Totally love how the whole look played out here.
For day 2 the actress chose to go with an all-white look wearing Massimo Dutti. White slip on shirt paired with a sleeveless coat with gold buttons and flared pants made for a chic and refreshing appearance. She added on a bit of more accessories here with her rings, locket and statement gold circled earrings by Ali Javeri. With hair tied back in a sleek low ponytail her red lips made her appearance light up as white and red can never not compliment one another!
For her third look Syra went with a bespoke Tena Durrani ensemble with cutout waist and ruffled sleeves and hemline. Not making it dramatic but not keeping it boring as well this attire plays with silhouette only with no embellishments whatsoever. Again going with one color only, do we see a pattern here?
Keeping things minimal yet trendy, Syra paired another statement piece by Ali Javeri and went with dark eyes and a nude lip to balance out. Hair tied at the back she left a few hair locks open in the front. The refreshing olive green color gets my vote here.
All of the looks are styled by her sister Palwasha Yousuf who’s a fashion and hair stylist. What do you guys think about her looks? Which one’s your favorite? Share in the comment section down below.