- <strong>Best looks</strong>
- <strong>Mahira Khan's sexy black dress</strong>
- <strong>Sadaf Kanwal's edgy bob</strong>
- <strong>Mikaal Zulfiqar's white-hot tux</strong>
- <strong>Tooba Siddiqui's effortless peplum</strong>
- <strong>Safinaz Munir's glamourous brights</strong>
- <strong>Worst dressed</strong>
- <strong>Aaminah Sheikh's tulle-much ballgown</strong>
- <strong>Gohar Rasheed's patterned blazer</strong>
- <strong>Maya Ali's red carpet</strong>
- <strong>Mawra Hocane's Mahira throwback</strong>
- <strong>Zara Abid's OTT ruffles</strong>
- <strong>Zhalay Sarhadi's organza explosion</strong>
- <strong>Armeena Rana Khan's casual confusion</strong>
Last night's Lux Style Awards in Karachi were an affair to remember; a bevy of stars made it out to Expo Centre, dressed to the nines.
Some took home the trophies while others earned respect in the sartorial department. Here's our own take on who won the style war last night and who didn't.
Mahira Khan's sexy black dress
Mahira Khan stepped out of her usual princessy look with this slim-fitting dress with a sling sleeve.
While the dress itself is fairly simple (almost too simple), it's a new look for Mahira who usually favours girl-next-door looks. We're so glad she decided to embrace this femme fatale style!
Sadaf Kanwal's edgy bob
Sadaf Kanwal is a breath of fresh air, a celeb who knows how to experiment and keep us on our toes.
She manages to stand out without looking too out of place and that haircut deserves a major shoutout. That bob can probably make the craziest fashion look good and has us itching to chop off our own tresses for the summer.
Mikaal Zulfiqar's white-hot tux
A white tux is tricky to pull off but Mikaal Zulfiqar does it with aplomb, looking like a classy James Bond while he's at it!
Tooba Siddiqui's effortless peplum
Tooba Siddiqui shows you how to do peplum right in this effortless Tena Durrani ensemble.
Plus, brownie points because it looked comfortable!
Safinaz Munir's glamourous brights
Safinaz Munir dressed elegantly and age appropriate.
The designer still managed to look fierce.
Aaminah Sheikh's tulle-much ballgown
Speaking of dressing age-appropriate, we've got a repeat offender in the house! Aamina Sheikh's dress was just too poofy and looked rather childish.
Gohar Rasheed's patterned blazer
A villain from the 80s called, he wants his outfit back.
From the suit that crosses the line from quirky to weird to the mullet-styled hair, everything was just wrong about this. Gohar may have done worse but he can definitely do better.
Maya Ali's red carpet
Maya Ali IS the red carpet here with this crazy overdose of red.
Switch it up Maya. We get that you were opting for the whole lady in red look but this is a bit much. Try more colours, perhaps two?
Mawra Hocane's Mahira throwback
We're tired of talking about how tired we are of poofy princessy dresses but what really takes the cake here is that clutch. Did someone raid their little cousin's closet?
The entire look was just too baby-girl, too flouncy, too... much.
Zara Abid's OTT ruffles
We're not even going to go on that weird block green look.
Guys just stop trying to make ruffles happen. It's not going to happen.
Zhalay Sarhadi's organza explosion
Again, when ruffles attack, especially in unattractive colours, no one is safe.
What was Zhalay thinking? We're certain Deepek Perwani could have done better with the Chalay Thay Saath actress as a muse.
Armeena Rana Khan's casual confusion
We're really confused. So either the Janaan actress is dressed like she's ready to go to a wedding, the way she normally dresses or she shows up to the LSAs casually like this?
Maybe she was trying to go for the 'I don't care' fuss-free look but there are better ways to do it, like in trendy sweatpants and a statement tee.
We were sad to see this elegant stunner dragged down by a not-so-wow outfit. Sigh.