If you had to pick only two things that Indians are passionate about, it would have to be cricket and Bollywood. People take inspiration from practically everything relevant to Bollywood, from the movies to the stars’ daily lives. So, why not get some wedding outfit inspiration from Bollywood’s iconic queens? That’s a fantastic way to look your best and feel like a celebrity.
Dazzling and Shimmery Gold Lehengas:
In a recent Bollywood Wedding, Tara Sutaria weas seen beautifully carrying her Dazzling and Shimmery Lehenga. Her hair was straight, and she carried a Batwa bag in her lap. She slid the gleaming gold dupatta over her shoulder and around her waist. The blouse had a plunging neckline that went well with the overall look. She also wore a statement choker necklace, which completed her look perfectly.
Sneakers with Traditional Outfits:
Stylist (only to her sister and occasionally, Kareena Kapoor) and producer, Rhea Kapoor has cancelled ankle-breaking heels for the year. At least when she’s a guest at a wedding. She wore sneakers with Indian couture to her cousin Mohit Marwah’s wedding and we are totally loving the look!
Floral organza has a certain allure to it. Our most recommended outfit inspiration can be drawn from Anushka Sharma I her beautiful Organza Saree and Anushka wore it with panache and poise. She paired the saree with a sleeveless blouse and pearl polki earrings from Sabyasachi. Her look was completed with subtle makeup and a classic bun hairstyle.
Chikankari Sarees and Lehengas:
Chikankari embroidery always makes every ethnic outfit chicer. Be it a dupatta or a choli, chikankari is an element that will never go out of style. Bollywood has loved the classic for a while, turning up for weddings, red carpets and appearances in chikankari white kurtas or even statement lehengas. Our favourite outfit inspiration comes from Deepika Padukone. If you want to be a classic beauty, there’s only one way to do it: wear a saree! Deepika’s white saree is an elegant way to make a bold statement that will turn heads.
Puffy Sleeves and No Dupatta:
Gone are the days when elegance was described by neutral colors and simple patterns. We’ll see a variety of exaggerated gowns and puffy sleeves for glamorous soirees. Sara Ali Khan models Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla’s line, which features a modern sleeve design. The neckpiece is merely a substitute for the dupatta that Millenials now need.
Kritika is a Freelance content writer with Femsay.com