Aishwarya Rai Bachchan always manages to make heads turn with her ravishing looks and impeccable style sense. Her wardrobe is a perfect blend of class and elegance.
Aishwarya’s Cannes look for 2019
Cannes has always been one of the most talked about film festivals all over the world. Bollywood stars often manage to stand apart with their unique fashion sense. Aishwarya has always managed to pull off the best of looks when it comes representing Bollywood.
Fast forward to 2019, Aishwarya was spotted flaunting her ravishing looks in gorgeous outfits. In a recent picture shared by her on social media, she was seen wearing red jacket paired with a black tulle skirt. She chose to pair it with black heels and as for makeup she made a statement with smoky eyes.
In another picture shared by the actress, she was seen wearing a beautiful ruffled white gown designed by Ashi Studio. The ensemble was detailed with feathers and ruffles all over. She accessorized it with a pair of danglers and chose a neat bun for hairstyle.
In another appearance, she was seen wearing a one-shoulder turquoise ensemble which was perfectly complemented by her choice of red lipstick. Her hair stood apart as wavy strands over her shoulder.
Aishwarya arrived at the Cannes Film Festival with her daughter Aaradhya.
Aishwarya’s Cannes Journey
Aishwarya made her debut in the Cannes in 2002, during the premiere of her movie ‘Devdas’. She chose to walk the red carpet in a golden saree designed by Neeta Lulla.She wore heavy gold jewellery to complete her look. Ever since she has been making fabulous appearances in numerous film festivals all over the world.
In her appearance the following year, Aishwarya chose another Neeta Lulla designed neon green saree along with a sleeveless floral blouse. She paired it with a heavy necklace and earrings.
The much talked about saree look pulled off by Aishwarya has been in 2010 when she wore a golden net saree designed by Sabyasachi. The saree had an antique zardozi work as the highlight. Her look was completed by a pair of studs and a bun.