Yo ya hell no? Hina Khan’s White Bodcon Dress by Lavish Alice

Just when we were wondering if Hina Khan has disappeared from the fashion scene, she returns with a mighty powerful outing. The small-screen fashionista who successfully marked her debut at the Cannes Film Festival is back with a ‘pure’ outing. Picking up a stunning white dress, Hina was able to bend her head while making us ogle at her new clicks. Having won our hearts with her many appearances in recent times, Hina’s new effort gives a similar and powerful punch. Fashion Faceoff: Nia Sharma or Hina Khan, Who Looks Hot in Distressed White Denim Shorts? See pics.

Hina’s white bodcon dress belongs to Lavish Ellis’ home. Hack The actress paired her outfit with nude pumps and delicate diamond jewelery. With soft blow-dry hair, dewy cheeks, curled lashes and nude lips, she was able to keep her look simple and subtle for the occasion. Hina’s new outing is definitely one of her best ones and we can’t stop giving information about it. Hina Khan kicks off all the ‘vintage fashion’ vibes with her new fashion outing (see photos).

Hina Khan

Heena Khan (Photo courtesy: Instagram)

Okay, our decision is loud and clear, what do you think about it? Do you think the actress has carried off her outfit or is it too plain for your taste let us know by replying to us by tweeting us at @latestly or simply by opting in from the box below.

(The above story first appeared on Reporter Door on February 25, 2021 09:56 PM IST. Log on to our website reporterdoor.com for more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle).

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