Written by Zaid Bawab
The opening ceremony of the 39th Cairo International Film Festival on Tuesday certainly had more misses than hits fashion choices wise. Here is a list of the worst dresses on the red carpet:
Ghada Adel Revealing Leather Dress
Ghada Adel and husband Magdi AlHawari on the redcarpet (Source: Youtube - ALMasri AlYoum)
Ghada Adel arrived to the red carpet with husband Magdi Al Hawari wearing a revealing black and beige leather dress that lacks class in addition to minimal accessories and barely styled hair.
Ayten Amer Food Lovin' Dress
Ayten Amer chose a dress that blends the colors baby blue and white that has certainly made her face negative comments on social media.
(Source: Instagram: @fashionpolice_fp)
Fashion cretic Elie Hanna wrote on his instagram page fashionpolice_fp criticizing the "The Flood" series star's look "I will get a heartattack, What is this?", he did not stop here but also exclaimed if what she was wearing is actually a dress or a top with a skirt, in addition to using words like "cheap" an "old-fashioned" to describe the look.
(Source: Instagram - @aytenamer)
The picture she posted on her official instagram though made the dress look a bit better, yet the caption she added could have revealed the reason behind her not so flattering look. The picture has her holding her Burger shaped birthday cake her friends and family got her because "they know much she likes food"
Inji Ali's Stripes
(Source: Instagram - @cairofilms)
Inji Ali covered the festival wearing a dress whose colours and fabric could have been not the best to choose for such an event. The dress's horizontal stripes did not really flatter the TV presenter's form and The accessories she chose certainly did not save the overall look.
(Source: instagram - @injialiofficial)
(Source: instagram - @Bushraofficial)
Bushra chose an irregular dress with a prominent big snake design from the torso up that could have made Bushra's dress the worst on the red carpet.
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