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Touted as one of the most sought-after television actresses, Mouni Roy’s transition from being plain Jane to being a sizzling fashionista has been nothing less than extraordinary. It’s not just the acting department anymore where she is making waves, if her sartorial choices are anything to go by, she is the biggest fashion icon of the small screen, currently. From elegant Indian wears to extravagant western wears, Ms Roy definitely knows how to slay it in style. And her Instagram handle is a living proof of that.
So, if you are going to soon turn into a bridesmaid, it’s time for you to start following no one else, but Mouni. Take cues from her fashion outings and you’d be all set to rock the wedding as the most fashionable bridesmaid, EVER!
#1. Since roka’s are generally private, intimate family ceremony, you would not want to be overdressed. Opt for a gorgeous plain silk saree of any colour with a contrastingly, wide border, just like our Mouni did here. Complete the look with a gajra, heavy jhumkas, bangles and a bindi.
#2. If you don’t want to put in a lot of thought and effort into dressing up for the roka ceremony, this stunning saree by designer Payal Singhal would do the trick for you. Just put this on, accessorise a little and you’re good to go.
#3. This gorgeous piece of skirt-blouse set paired with a contrast dupatta is another one of your grab it up options for the roka ceremony. The outfit would not be too much and certainly would not be too little for a roka ceremony.
#1. Go carefree! Go wild! Go sexy! It’s your bestie’s bachelorette party. If not now, then when are you going to dress up sexy and go crazy?
#2. Bachelorette party is one of those very few wedding festivities where you have the right to go sassy and boho. Don’t miss it out. Check out this amazingly hot creation by designer Swapnil Shinde and you’d instantly want to own it. Do you think this dress has ‘bachelorette’ written all over it?
Haldi ceremony is undoubtedly one of the most colourful, feisty and enjoyable wedding festivities in Indian weddings. Enjoy the day with the bride without going by wearing an easy-breezy, yellow-coloured saree. Pair it with a contrast coloured blouse and jhumkas to ace the look.
One of the most popular wedding festivities, the sangeet night, demands you to put on your dancing shoes and dance like no one’s watching. And if you happen to be the bridesmaid, all eyes would definitely be on you too on the sangeet night. Don a light coloured, flary, skirt and blouse set. Put up a flowery tiara on your head. And you’re ready to rock the night with your ‘Pallo Latke!’'
Another wedding festivity that has gained prominence and gets the maximum limelight these days (literally!) is the mehendi ceremony. Ditch the traditional saree/sharara/salwar suit set and grab this adorable creation to make this day even more eventful with this sassy and playful. The uber stylish choli and sunglasses would definitely set the temperature soaring.
#1. Classy! Glamorous! Oh! So hot! These are the words people should have in their minds when you step in for a cocktail party. A night without any puja, rona-dhona aur family drama; a cocktail party is the best way to unwind and have fun before the big day. And who better to teach us this than Mouni Roy. Steal the thunder with this formal and yet, not-so-formal wine coloured, body-hugging gown. Not only would an outfit like this accentuate your curves but also sets the mood for the evening straight. Leave your hair open or tie it in a neat ponytail to complement the look.
#2. Steal the show with this classic and elegant, red off-shoulder gown designed by Anuradha Khurana. And yes, don’t blame us if the people at the venue would not be able to take their eyes off you.
#3. Ooze oomph and style in this sizzling creation by Nikita Mhaisalkar. Opt for a subtle make-up and let the dress do all the talking (read: drinking!) this night.
#4. Own the stage in this glamorous outfit by Sonaakshi Raaj. The black coloured dhoti pants, paired with a zari-embroidered blouse and a long jacket is the perfect pick for a cocktail party.
#5. If you have it, why not flaunt it. We are talking about both, curves and money! Grab this eclectic creation by Manish Malhotra and set the stage on fire.
#6. This one is definitely a head-turner. Go shimmer. Go glamorous. Go sexy. The sexy, sequined gown by, Usual Sorcery, is an absolute must-have for a cocktail party.
#7. Reflect your attitude and glam-quotient through your dress.
#1. Ditch the conservative colour code for weddings and look divine in this amazing blue coloured skirt-blouse top set by Payal Singhal. Style your hair in curly waves just like Mouni did here, accessorise a bit and you’d ace the bridesmaid’s engagement day look.
#2. Go festive and playful in this beautiful outfit by K & A and leave the task of adorning the traditional colour palette for the wedding festivities onto the bride.
#1. So your bestie’s D-day is finally here. And there’s no denying the fact that you’re going to be as much in the limelight as would be your bestie bride. Hence, time to knock the ball out of the park. This gorgeously embroidered pink lehenga by Payal Singhal is our first pick for you to wear at your bestie’s wedding.
#2. Our next pick is this heavenly creation by ace designer, Manish Malhotra. Wear this lehenga and you would need nothing else to ace the wedding night look, except for a huge maang teeka.
#1. If you have managed to make heads turn with each of your fashion choices during the wedding, it is time to seal the deal with one more fabulous outfit. Wear this mesmerising creation by designer Roshni Chopra to nail the reception party look.
#2. Another look that is definitely going to make many hearts skip a beat is this one. A ravishing creation by Payal Singhal, this outfit is not only light and easy to carry, but also has tremendous élan and grace to it. Don’t you think?
#3. This dreamy, gorgeous skirt-blouse set designed by Natasha J Label seems straight out of a fairy tale. And the best part – just pair it with a jhumka and you’re good to go.
#4. This slightly free-spirited, slightly bohemian vibe-d outfit is everything you need in a reception dress. Not only will this look distinguish you from the rest but will also reflect a streak of your personality through it. Designed by Payal Singhal, this outfit is a perfect go-to one for bridesmaids.
Bring forth you’re A-game with these ultra-cool, sexy and classy attires at your bestie’s wedding. Afterall, almost all eyes are going to be on this “Banno ki saheli”.