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Bollywood actress, Athiya Shetty tied the knot with the love of her life, KL Rahul, on January 23, 2023, in an intimate wedding ceremony at her father, Suniel Shetty's bungalow in Khandala. Athiya turned into the most beautiful bride on her D-Day as she got decked up in a heavily embellished peach-hued lehenga from Anamika Khanna. Well, not just her bridal look, the 30-year-old actress opted for the most stunning ensembles for all her pre-wedding ceremonies.
Athiya Shetty has made headlines for her fashion sense once again as her haldi lehenga got displayed at the prestigious Nita Mukesh Ambani Culture Centre (NMACC) in Mumbai. Athiya’s aesthetic lehenga has become a part of some of the iconic fashion pieces from the industry, boasting the craftsmanship of Indian designers. Other than Athiya, another prominent Bollywood actress whose outfit has been showcased at the NMACC is Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, whose stunning red and gold traditional wedding lehenga is a part of the display.
Talking about the ensemble, Athiya opted for an ivory-hued minimalist yet vibrant lehenga from designer, Ritu Kumar. Her outfit included a gorgeous cotton anarkali with intricate gold gota work paired with a gharara skirt that took 2000 hours to get hand-embroidered. Styled by renowned stylist, Ami Patel, Athiya exuded radiance in her vintage outfit at her blissful haldi ceremony.
Being the style icon that she is, Athiya Shetty opted for an unconventional outfit for her haldi. Now that her antique lehenga is displayed at the NMACC, it will surely inspire other brides-to-be to opt for pastel hues and minimalistic look for their wedding and pre-wedding ensembles. The showcasing of Athiya Shetty’s haldi lehenga at the NMACC is a big feat for the actress, as well as the talented Indian designers who have kept the Indian tradition intact with their immense knack for fashion.
Athiya Shetty left no stone unturned to make her wedding memorable, as she ensured to add a personal touch to everything. While her bridal look became the talk of the town, her customised kaleeras won everybody's hearts. Unlike other brides who opt for multi-layered gold kaleeras, Athiya picked the dainty ones and added her personal touch to them. Her kaleeras were beautifully adorned with sun and star trinkets, which perfectly complemented her heavily-embroidered pastel-hued chikankari lehenga. The kaleeras also had seven vows engraved in Sanskrit on the sun and little sunflowers, which added more charm.
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