Lifestyle21 Apr 2016
Wedding in India means celebrations, colours and festivities. A wedding is indeed a big occasion. When it comes to deciding on what outfit to choose we obviously turn to our very own bollywood stars who are our first inspiration. With the wedding season approaching, we thought we can just compile some best looks which you can take inspiration from…
Nimrat Kaur’s younger sister Rubina Singh tied the knot in February this year and Nimrat made sure she looked gorgeous. Nimrat wore a pastel green lehenga by Rimple and Harpreet Narula. The colour is just perfect for a day function and the over sized maangtika just completes her look. (Image Courtesy- movies.ndtv.com)
Sonakshi Sinha looks simply stunning in this white and gold Anita Dongre lehenga at her brother Kush’s wedding. The colour white and gotta patti work looks like wow, and you have to pick up this outfit for the nest shaadi in your family. She completed her look with Side swept hair, winged liner and huge earrings. (Image Courtesy- Instagram)
At her sister Nigaar Khan’s wedding Gauhar looked gorgeous and how. Guuhar was seen wearing about 3 stunning outfits- icy blue one-piece to the peach saree gown for the reception and the traditional pink lehenga for the wedding. However we are totally swooning over the embellished icy blue one-piece, which Gauahar wore. The outfit was which was designed by Astha Narang. She opted for the minimal make-up look and let her outfit do all the talking. (Image Courtesy- Instagram)
When Saif’s sister Soha Ali Khan tied the knot, Kareena made sure she looked stunning yet did not go overboard. Kareena chose a lotus-hued Manish Malhotra saree and paired it with diamond danglers and a delicate neckpiece.
At Arpita Khan’s wedding at the Taj Falaknuma Palace, her bhabhi Malaika Arora Khan definetly turned heads. Malaika chose neon green Seema Khan lehenga that she paired with gold earrings and side-swept hair as one of her wedding outfits.
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