ShaadiSeason: Emulate Bridal Style Tips From Bollywood Brides

Wedding bells are ringing and it is time for us to start hunting for wedding outfits. Brides and bridesmaids, let us assure you that it is a very daunting task and with top-trending designer lehengas, it has become rat race to snatch the best and cheapest lehenga.

Well, weddings come and go; what doesn't come back is your day and how you looked back then, or does it? Having said that, we know it's a ruckcus over there behind designer lehengas and a long queue outside Anita Dongre's sale sign.

Ladies, let's not get into that trouble. Why drive ourselves crazy for something that is on the verge of becoming common? Is it worth it? Why not take inspiration from the good old Bollywood brides. They are splendid, grand and every bride has its own unique bridal charisma. So let's stop beating around the bush and talk about the fashion lessons we can get from Bollywood brides:

Rani Mukherjee as a Marwari Bride: In the movie Paheli, Rani played the role of a marawari bride. Here in her simple ensemble and deep red colors, Rani is telling us to keep it elementary aka basic yet neat.

Bollywood Brides Ace In Shaadi Fashion

Katrina Kaif as a Punjabi Bride: Who can forget the prettiest bride, Katrina Kaif in the movie Humko Deewana Kargaye? Here Katrina in her sophisticated bridal attire justifies sometimes only a bindi can works wonders.

Bollywood Brides Ace In Shaadi Fashion

Aishwarya rai as a Bong bride: The second most beautiful bride after Katrina Kaif we have ever seen. The simple makeup, red bindi and grand silver jewelry is pure ethnic and yet neat. 

Bollywood Brides Ace In Shaadi Fashion

Nargis Fahkri as a Kashmiri Bride: The chic Nargis blew our minds in the movie Rockstar. Her Kashmiri bride avatar was an example of brilliance designer wardrobe. Her dupatta and Kashmiri cap with delicate designs were flawlessly intricate. 

Bollywood Brides Ace In Shaadi Fashion

So what did we get from these beautiful Bollywood brides? Keep it simple ladies and also, with the makeup: Don't just throw your face on face powder. Go for a splendid lehenga but little makeup that will only enhance your good looks. 

Happy Wedding Season!

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