Samantha Akkineni style diary: 5 times actress turned heads with her fashion statement
First Published Dec 19, 2020, 4:20 PM IST
Love Samantha Akkineni's style and dresses? here we bring you her five looks that will take your breathe away.
Samantha Akkineni, the name is enough to make anyone fall in love with her acting, on-screen presence, and top-notch style game. The actresses's style quotient and fashion sense have changed and evolved drastically over the years. Here we bring you her best of 5 looks that will inspire you to amp up your statement.
The dusty orange look
Samantha recently sported such a unique colour in her formal game. The actress wore a blazer and pants of dusty orange colour and wore a solid black colour t-shirt inside. Perfectly smart and edgy. Her dewy fresh skin, minimal makeup, and wavy styled hair did the rest of the talking.
Easy breezy saree
Samantha just showed us how to sport a simple printed saree like a diva, if styled properly. The actress wore a simple saree with a solid colour blouse that went well with the prints on the saree. She wore a classic choker neck piece and styled her hair backward, leaving some loose strands on her neck.
Accessories for the win
Samantha shared a gorgeous selfie from her car where she can be seen wearing a white blazer and she amped up her formal game by wearing some fine piece of jewelry. Her earring and layered neckpiece were in trend this year and not to miss her fully filled brows.
Yellow and sparkly
Samantha chose a beautiful yellow colour traditional outfit for Rana Daggubati's wedding festivities. The outfit had fine embroidery and crystal detailing. She tied her hair in a ponytail so the outfit's work can be seen from all the angles. She kept her makeup minimum yet glowy. She completed her look with simple neck piece.
Samantha chose a very unique and floral print bikini for her vacation. Here she can be seen in a red and pink-black floral printed bikini. Her dewy skin, statement earring, and stunning body is complementing the bikini perfectly.
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