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Huma Qureshi doesn’t quite hit the mark in latest fashion outing

Styled by Who Wore What When, she was seen in purple separates from the label Zwaan; see pics

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
May 25, 2021 8:00:11 pm
What do you think of her recent look? (Designed by Abhishek Mitra)

Over the years, Huma Qureshi’s fashion sense has largely been a mixed bag. And looks like the same is here to stay. The actor, who is busy promoting her upcoming film, Army of the Dead was recently seen in purple separates from the label Zwaan, which was styled by Who Wore What When.

Even though there is nothing explicitly off about the look, it also did not really come together well. The baggy sleeves and the high-slit barely stood out.

Check out the pictures below.

Huma Qureshi is busy promoting her film, Army of the Dead. (Source: PR Handout) She completed the look with bright red lipstick. (Source: PR Handout)

The look was completed with hair swept to one side and bright red lipstick. The cakey make-up did not help either.

The look did not really come together properly. (Source: PR Handout) She accessorised it with chic jewellery. (Source: PR Handout)

Here are some other instances of the actor treading the middle ground with her fashion choices.

 

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A post shared by Huma S Qureshi (@iamhumaq)

Having said that, she really impressed in this black sequin dress.

 

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What do you think of her latest look?

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