Wedding brings with it excitement, fun, happiness & of course tons of shopping! We pulled out some iconic wedding attire, worn and made famous by Bollywood beauties, and tell you why your wedding trousseau should feature these classics. Here are some bridal favourites from B’town.
Aishwarya Rai: No one does traditional better than Ash. Remember her Indian look in Jodha Akbar? The lehengas have intricate designs, complemented with bead work and heavy embroidery. The colours used were warm tones of saffron, emerald, copper, brown, and henna red. So, if you want to look like the perfect Indian bride, here’s a hint.
Rani Mukherjee: Most of Rani’s bridal wear is dominated by reds. Be it heavy worked saris in Paheli or the typical north Indian lehengas, red has been ‘the’ colour for her. Bright colours liven up the photos.
Kareena Kapoor: In real life, Bebo’s bridal attire is said to have an old charm, but onscreen, she loves experimenting. Apart from the cliché colors, try your hands at oranges and dashing pinks teamed with shades of reds. These colours do intensify the look of the dress, be it a sari or an Anarkali suit! Complement this with bronze make up, and voila, you have Kareena’s looks!
Madhuri Dixit: This B’wood diva has tried it all from lehengas to sarees. In fact, it was after her movie ‘Hum Aapke Hai Kaun’, that lehengas gained more prominence.
Priyanka Chopra Piggy chops is not only famous for her hot pants and tiny skirts, but the ‘Desi girl ‘does look extremely elegant in bridal wear too. Her Maharashtrian wedding sari in Kaminey was way too simple and traditional, but with the make-up and hair, she looked like a pretty bride.
Katrina Kaif: The half British beauty looks stunning in white gowns teamed with light makeup and wavy curls. Nevertheless, she does woo the audience in Indian attire too.
Kajol Colours never mattered for this elegant beauty. While on one hand oozes with grace in a simple red sari teamed with kundan jewellery, she could also be one best dressed bride when she’s decked with jewels head to toe.
Preity Zinta Chic and stylish Preity made the perfect Muslim bride in Kashmiri suits with heavy zardozi number with emeralds and a tiny nose-ring.
Deepika Padukone If you thought baby pink and red was a bad combo, think again! This is precisely what this B’wood diva pulled off in one of her movies.