By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
When a wedding date gets fixed, it brings out all possible emotions within a bride. There's happiness, sadness, excitement, and a lot of nervousness because she remains the main attraction of the whole event. From selecting the right outfit to opting for the proper jewellery, shoes, and bags and choosing the perfect makeup artist, a bride has to do it all.
With the new age, brides are becoming bolder with the colour picking of their outfits. Gone are the days when the dulhan walked down her aisle in laal shaadi ka joda. Nowadays, brides love to experiment with their bridal looks, be it by adding floral jewellery, picking unique colours or opting for twinning with their grooms. We stumbled upon a bride who had twinned with her to-be shauhar and had looked gorgeous in a pastel pink-coloured ensemble.
This week's bride, Jasmine Warah had looked gorgeous like a royal bride in a pastel pink-coloured heavily embroidered lehenga choli, which she had styled with double dupattas. She had worn a pale pink-hued choli that had featured golden beads and sequins in floral patterns running throughout. The beauty of her outfit lied in the symmetry of the design all over the ensemble. The dupattas had a sleek hemline intricately embroidered with a golden zari.
Jasmine had completed her look with heavy foundation, high-defined brows, pink smokey eyeshadow with dark kohl-rimmed eyes that had given an edge to her brown eyes, thick eyelashes and blush-toned cheeks. To keep a balance in her look, the bride had opted for a pink nude lip shade. She had kept her hair in a sleek bun to make room for her maang teeka and passa.
She had accessorised her look with polki jewellery studded with diamonds and emerald drops that had included a neckpiece, a choker, a pair of earrings, a maang teeka, a nath and a passa. She had worn red chooda and haath phool. But what had caught our attention was her three-tier leaf motif bunch kaleeras that had added a charm to her look.
Jasmine had twinned with her to-be husband, Gagan. The couple had worn the same coloured outfits and had looked stunning. The groom had worn a simple pastel pink-coloured kurta and had paired it with a heavily embroidered jacket with resham and pyjama. Gagan had completed his look with juttis, a pearl-beaded, embroidered pagdi and the same patterned doshala. They had an Anand Karaj ceremony.
What do you think of this bride's look and her bunch kaleeras? Let us know!