By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
The grandness of a wedding is known from the lavish decor, one of a kind food menu and a bride's shaadi ka joda. To pick the perfect outfit for the D-day, a bride goes through a lot of tension as she is the main attraction of the wedding day. Shaadi ka joda is something that is a woman's pride possession as she adds it to her main trousseau.
Nowadays, the catalogue of bride ensembles has completely changed, and today's modern brides try to experiment with their looks to bring out the best. From different shades of pink to yellow to grey to every other colour from the rainbow hues, the brides add to their wedding outfits. A few days ago, we stumbled upon a bride who chose a minimalistic look over regal yet made a statement with her whole look. So without any further ado, let's decode her look!
The bride of the week, Lipika Dugar had tied the knot with the man of her dreams, Rishab Bhansali in an intimate wedding ceremony. The whole decor of the place had oozed serenity and calmness as it was decorated with pink and white floral carnations. The wedding had taken place in the midst of a lush green garden. The bride had opted for a baby pink-coloured lehenga choli from the designer duo, Monica and Karishma's label, Jade, to match with the decor.
She had worn a self embroidered baby pink-coloured choli with beads and sequins and had paired it with matching flared lehenga, which was heavily embellished with pink sequence. The lehenga had featured a few latkans and a scalloped border. She had styled her look with double dupattas. One of them was tucked neatly on her shoulder, which had a subtle embroidered scalloped hemline, and another sheer dupatta was pinned on her head.
The bride, Lipika had accentuated her look with a golden kundan jewellery set, which had a broad choker, a neckpiece adorned with white stone drops, matching earrings, a broad matha patti, a sleek nath and red and white broad bangles. She had completed her look with a light foundation, defined brows, subtle smokey eyes with perfectly lined eyeliner, kohled waterline, curled up lashes, blushed cheeks, pink-tinted lips and a small red bindi.
Her groom, Rishab had looked dapper as he had complemented his bride. He had worn a white-coloured bandhgala sherwani, which had self embroidery work with white pyjamas. And he had completed his look with a pearl beaded kundan neckpiece, a dagger and a baby pink-coloured doshala. In all of the pictures, the newlywed couple had looked heavenly.
We are in awe of this week's bride, Lipika's minimalistic look with a touch of gold. What about you? Let us know!