Zara Noor Abbas is the daughter of Asma Abbas and the niece of Bushra Ansari. It’s not hidden that she hails from a family of famous writers and actors. Naturally, she inherited it all; the looks and heaps of talent. The actress made her acting debut in 2016 with the drama serial Dharkan and since then, there’s no stopping her.
With her bubbly smile and natural poise, she is the epitome of grace and beauty. She’s also one of the very few actresses who have taken a stand against body shaming and have also inspired millions of girls to accept themselves as they are.
With her upcoming movie Chalawa all set to release his Eid, she is all geared up for its promotions. Good news for her fans as they can now get Eid dress inspirations by all the amazing outfits that the diva has been wearing! Let’s take a look at them one by one:
She started off with a long, flowy red frock with a beige dupatta that made our jaws drop (10/10 for the simple, desi look).
And when we thought she couldn’t look more elegant, she came up with this stunning white dress. Just beautiful!
Here, she can be seen twinning with her mom in white. Now you know where she gets her looks from.
Another white! Doesn’t she look hot in this angrakha?
Most of all, we loved this soft look with pink lipstick and minimal makeup. And not to mention, those statement honeycomb earrings.
It wouldn’t be wrong to say that she’s the queen of ethnic wear. Look at her twirling in this printed flowy dress.
Another angrakha dress where she looks ethereal. Sigh!
With a printed long frock, paired with jhumkas and heels, she’s casually slaying in this Eastern wear.
We can never get enough of her.
Zara went a little western too, here and there.
This chic look is 10/10
This one, however, is our absolute favorite.
After witnessing all these gorgeous looks, we got in touch with the lady herself to know how she came up with these stunning dresses and this is what she had to say: “All of the styling is done by me and because it’s Ramzan, I chose to go all traditional. Also, I love to wear Pakistani Ethnic clothes that people can relate to. I’ve worn Sania Maskatiya, Alkaram, and Faiza Saqlain. I’m going to have a completely different look at the premiere; I’ll wear Omorose which I’m very excited about”.
We can’t wait to see her “premiere look” and also wish her all the best for her movie.