Meet Simran Bathija, a Sabyasachi bride, who flaunted her minimalistic rusty-gold 'lehenga', and gave the soon-to-be brides a new idea for an unusual hairdo!
Being a bride is the most exciting dream for every girl. At least once in so many years, we all might have come across the thought of ‘How would I look in a bridal lehenga?’. As much as a girl waits to move out of her home and set her foot for a rollercoaster ride of a lifetime with her soulmate, her heart is equally wretched with the thought of leaving her parents. However, marriage being an unavoidable event, girls give in the most to make this day a memory to be cherished forever!
Being a bride means having a long list of demands that are to be fulfilled. Right from choosing the best designer for her wedding to the most exquisite décor and location, she wants every tiny detail to be checked upon and to be absolutely impeccable. Who doesn’t have a dream designer or a dream destination for such a special day in one’s life? I do, and so would you! With so many weddings that we have come across, one thing that most of the brides have excessively called upon is an outfit from the collection of none other than, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, the King of bridal trousseau. Here is another bride who gave minimalistic outfit inspiration to all the soon-to-be brides with a very fancy floral hairdo.
Meet Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s bride, Simran Bathija, who had her wedding organised at The Leela Palace, Jaipur. She had opted for a minimal rusty-gold lehenga with intricate embroidery work on the blouse, along with a simple floral dupatta, that had a golden border around it. The colour palette of her wedding outfit was exceptionally different unlike the laal rang ka lehenga worn by the majority of brides.
The bride had accentuated her look by accessorising it with a broad kundan choker, which had pearl-shaped emeralds dangling at its edges. Along with her neckpiece, Simran had donned a kundan set of maang teeka, long earrings, semi-stoned nath, golden chooda, and kaleera. Her entire jewellery set was in the tone of golden and green, being a perfect pick for any bride.
It was not only her wedding attire and accessories that blew off our mind, but it was more to do with her unique hairstyle. Breaking the beautiful monotony of all roses, Simran had decided to opt for a never seen before combination of green chrysanthemums and white blooms for her bridal bun. This hairstyle had looked extraordinary and had undoubtedly magnified the overall beauty of her wedding outfit.
She had completed her bridal look with definite eyebrows, golden smokey eyes, and a subtle pink shade lip colour. Not to mention, her tiny green bindi had given an ideal Indian touch to her makeover. The subtle makeup and tidy hairdo had made her look astonishing and glamorous.
On the other hand, her groom had complemented her with an off-white sherwani, along with a light pink doshala and a matching turban. Laughing their hearts out during their wedding ceremony, the couple looked like a perfect match-made-in-heaven.
An interesting part of her wedding event was when Simran had walked down the aisle. She was surrounded by people carrying huge stands of lights and diyas. This theme had given a very alluring look to the entry of the bride.
Her choice of outfit for another event was equally amazing. She had donned a blue lehenga with cool glares, that had made her look classy. The outfit had mirror sequences crafted on it with splashes of pink colour. The theme for this event was a divine resurrection of colourful drama to set the mood right.
Well, we are surely in love with Simran Bathija’s overall bridal look. She has set a new minimalistic trend of a bridal outfit for all the brides-to-be, and who wouldn’t want to try that amazing hairdo?