By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Even though brides nowadays look for unique colour patterns or pastel undertones, or minimalistic embroidery, some brides still love to don themselves in laal shaadi ka joda. Bridal fashion is still considered to be one of the most glamorous and glistening style genres. And even after so many years, the 'red bridal couture' will never go out of the bridal fashion trousseau.
A wedding is one of the most important events in a girl's life, and she wants everything to go by the rulebook and perfection. We came across a woman who chose to look like a stunning bride in a gorgeous and heavily embroidered lehenga from the shelves of an ace celebrity fashion designer, Anamika Khanna. However, it was her minimal makeup and dainty jewellery choices that caught our attention. So without any further ado, read on as we decode her wedding look!
The bride of the week, Twisha Zaveri looked like a royal princess as she took the saat pheras with the love of her life, Aiyush. She opted for a bell-lined lehenga from Anamika Khanna's collection, which was heavily embroidered with multi-coloured threads and sequins in asymmetrical designs. She paired it with a square neckline choli, which featured a scalloped pattern detailing all over it. She completed her look with a dual dupatta look. One was neatly tucked on her shoulder, while the other one was pinned on her crown area. Both of the dupattas had similar embroidery on them and a scalloped hemline, adding an edge to the look.
Twisha's whole look gave a modern-day maharani look as her outfit and jewellery had a drastic difference. While she was wearing a grandeur ensemble, it was her minimalistic jewellery choice with which she completed her look. She accessorised her look with a layered diamond neckpiece, a ruby stone-studded necklace, matching earrings and a very sleek and elegant sheesh patti. However, it was her dainty diamond chandbali nath that caught our attention. It featured star and floral detailing. She also wore colourful chooda with gold kadas and haath phool.
For makeup, Twisha kept it as minimal as possible. Makeup artist, Varsha Gidwani just added some touch-ups to her bridal glow and let her shine in her aura. Twisha accentuated her look with light-weight foundation, contoured cheekbones, nude-palette eye shadow and blush-on, thin strokes of eyeliner, layers of mascara, defined brows, brown lip shade and a small bindi. She kept her hair open in beachy curls and completed her look.
Her groom, Aiyush had tried his best to complement his then-bride-to-be in a white-coloured self-embroidered pathani suit which he had paired with white shoes and a two-tiered polki neckpiece. He completed his look with a beige-coloured pagdi. They looked absolutely picture perfect.
Well, would you like to recreate this look, featuring a heavy lehenga with minimalistic jewellery? Let us know!