Shefali Shah's Red Torani Saree Was Fierier Than The Emmy 2023 Red Carpet

Shefali Shah’s Red Torani Saree Was Fierier Than The Emmy 2023 Red Carpet Itself

After serving us incredible style along with record smashing performances, Shefali Shah had tremendously taken over both on a global stage. Her new appearance on the Emmy 023 Red Carpet was the fashion statement we all look for. She was the lady in red on the Emmy’s red carpet.

Rocking a custom Torani saree, Shefali Shah looked absolutely stunning. The Delhi Crime 2 actor went for a muted tone of red, which weaved sheer elegance. The monochrome number was an add-on to her already existing list of phenomenal looks. She looked like an absolute diva while exuding opulence in her beautiful drape. The intricate golden embroidered borders have added to her beautiful six-yard.

She chose to go for the traditional look to further enhance her style as she went for ethnic jewelry, and her minimal yet elegant glam sealed the deal.

Before, the actress had served us with yet another jaw-dropping fashion moment in an elegant JJ Valaya number.She went for a dress with contemporary prints, which had a midi dress with a flared Anarkali layer. The black and white prints on the outfit had serve the minimal glam at its best. She took her game to the top with gorgeous polki jewels. She kept her makeup pretty natural and yet very appealing with bold eyes and some shimmer, with a nude and simple base, while her straightened and open hair was the cherry on the cake for this look.

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