Ayesha Omar knows fashion. She’s always on trend and looking fly as heck, but the journey to being chic and modern isn’t always as smooth as one would imagine.
So, for this piece, we’ll look back some 10 years and see how far Ayesha has come.
2008 had a lot of bold prints, necklaces, and chunky accessories in general. Keeping that in mind, Ayesha Omar was definitely following the trends that were around her then.
The side swept hair, and the black clutch were indicative of the time
There was also ‘sweater look’
Don’t deny it, you’ve done this!
As we enter the 2010 era, Ayesha Omar was making it big in the industry.
She was in the ‘Ki Ayegi Baraat’ series and also was in the middle of a comedy series called ‘Bulbulay’.
Now the actress also chopped off all her hair, somewhere around the 2012 mark and DAMN she pulled it off (no pun intended)
As the actress started to take on more and more roles, she became a larger part of the public limelight
She was finally moving into lead roles, in bigger productions
In 2015, she was the lead for the hit film ‘Karachi se Lahore tak’ and that instantly propelled her in the entertainment world
After the success of the film, we saw Ayesha take on fashion more confidently.
Not that she wasn’t confident before, but the movie increased the spotlight and attention she got, and she really began upping her game.
One of the looks that really stand out has to be this one from the 2015 Sunsilk Fashion Week
Ayesha Omar began taking big fashion risks, and they were paying off
She was not only classy, but she also had her chilled out moments (and looks) too
Her transformation into one of Pakistan’s most stylish actresses was complete
She stunned us all with her red carpet looks
And her casual looks too
No matter what, she was always the belle of the ball
Two words: Fashion. Icon.
Do ya’ll need any more proof?
Kaisay kar leti ho Ayesha!
Keep it fashionable Ayesha!
We love you
What ‘Ayesha Omar’ look did you love the most? Let us know in the comments 🙂
Cover Photo Courtesy: @ayesha.m.omar // Instagram