By Mamta Roy Last Updated:
It is not wrong to say that one of the greatest happiness on earth is getting married to the man of your dreams. Every soon-to-be-bride, dreams of stealing the show on her D-Day with her looks, glamour, and not to forget her designer lehenga. Do you know the struggle every bride-to-be goes through while picking up the 'perfect' lehenga? After all, what makes for the best part of the wedding, other than food, is undoubtedly the looks and lavish attires of the bride and groom.
Every woman has a picture of her dreamy wedding lehenga in her mind. With the family and friends eagerly waiting for her unique bridal look, the soon-to-be-brides often trust the ace designers of India for their D-day look. We have stumbled upon one such gorgeous bride, who had picked a rose pink kashidakari lehenga from Tarun Tahiliani’s bridal couture, and had looked nothing less than a princess.
The bride of the week, Altish Yousaf, had worn a rose pink coloured lehenga from the shelves of designer, Tarun Tahiliani, and had looked the prettiest on her wedding day. Her kashidakari lehenga had featured nature-inspired prints and jamavar motifs uplifted with intrinsic needlework. She had paired her lehenga skirt with a deep red velvet round-neck blouse, which had quarter sleeves and pearl lining.
The bride had styled her outfit with a sheer pink veil and a heavily embellished drape decorated with mirror work and pearl drop borders. Her ensemble had showcased a rich, intricate detailing, giving her an overall look of a royal queen. In addition, the bride had carried a similar colored printed clutch to complete her look.
The bride, Altish had styled her royal look with exquisite jewellery. Her jewellery had included a gold plated choker necklace studded with kundan and adorned with drop pearls, a pair of matching dangling earrings, a maang teeka, a statement passa, extravagant rings, and a nath. She had rounded off her look with broad gold bangles.
She had opted for shimmery makeup by makeup artist, Sohaib Khan. Her alluring makeup had included defined eyebrows, cut crease eye shadow, bold eyeliner, curled lashes, highlighted and perfectly contoured cheekbones, and pink lips. She had completed her glam look with a sleek bun and had looked stunning. The bride could be seen enjoying her special day as her bridesmaids took complete care of her attire.
Altish's groom, Nafay Nabi had complemented her in a white sherwani, which had featured intricate tonal embroidery on the yoke. He had styled his wedding attire with a contrasting orange-coloured jamavar shawl and white jootis.
We are drooling over the bride’s royal rose pink kashidakari lehenga. What about you? Let us know!