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Dorra Zarrouk’s Blue Gown is Equal Parts Elegant and Impactful

Worn with statement jewelry, Dorra Zarrouk’s blue gown was made for every woman who loves to stand out.



Whether she’s walking the red carpet, catching a flight, or just enjoying a quiet holiday, Dorra Zarrouk never fails to top trending charts when she posts a picture on Instagram. Mere hours ago, the Tunisian beauty treated her 16.8 million fans to yet another mini album, which saw her dressed in one of her boldest looks of the year so far. Her pick: a gorgeous ultramarine blue gown that immediately caught the eye.

With its body-skimming silhouette, Dorra Zarrouk’s blue gown was made for special occasions. Created by Tunisian-Moroccan designer Ahmed Talfit, the mermaid cut number beautifully complemented Zarrouk’s body shape, and brought in an extra layer of drama with its power shoulders and corset-detailed bodice. While a gown like this one would make the perfect choice for an awards ceremony, Zarrouk wore it out and about in the streets of Tunisia to create some very interesting visuals.


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To complete her look, Dorra Zarrouk’s blue gown was styled with bold jewelry. The star created an interesting contrast by pairing the cool tone of her dress with intense yellow gold bangles and a carved choker in the same hue, all from Kahena Kollection. The overall look was one that celebrated the merging of different aesthetics — classic with intricately, and modern with traditional.

As for her beauty look, Dorra Zarrouk deviated from her current favorite hairstyle — short movie star curls — to try something different this time. Her Ahmed Talfit gown was worn with a voluminous textured ponytail that skimmed her waist. Her pulled back locks allowed the star to also experiment with her makeup. This time around, Zarrouk went with a smudged smoky eye, perfectly defined brows, and soft nude lips. A neutral manicure tied the whole look together.

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