By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Brides are becoming more and more fashionable nowadays. They want to make a trend with their sartorial choices on their wedding day and look absolutely stunning. And for that, every girl wants to become a designer bride and gets featured on the different social media handles of wedding groups.
Times are changing, and so are the choices. Now we mostly see brides opting for off-beat colour patterns, different embroidery designs, monochromatic looks, rainbow looks, unique kaleeras, jewellery of pop colours and so on. We came across a bride, who had turned into an Indian princess by wearing a grey-coloured lehenga with a princess-cut veil from the shelves of none other than designer, Manish Malhotra.
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This week's bride, Jannat Saeed Faraz had trusted upon one of the most renowned fashion designers of India, Manish Malhotra and had opted for a monochromatic look. She had worn a grey-coloured silk lehenga and had paired it with a tulle shoulder choli and a trailing veil. The whole outfit had featured intricate embroidery all over it with silver shaded pewter sequins, zardosi and crystals, with a lot of Swarovski stones in different shapes and sizes.
She had kept her look minimal and didn't want to ruin the subtleness with any pop of colour. For this, she had accessorised her look with a broad choker neckpiece and matching earrings that had featured uncut diamonds, and had completed her look with a maang teeka, a few bangles and rings. The bride-to-be had accentuated her entire look with a potli bag that had resonated the same intricate embellishments.
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Jannat had opted for a dewy but glowy makeover, including a sparkly silver eyeshadow, winged liner, thick lashes, defined brows, contoured cheeks and nude lip shade. She had tied her hair in a sleek bun, had adorned it with a white garland and had tucked the princess-cut veil on top of it. Her groom had looked dapper himself in a black pantsuit and had paired it with a white shirt and a mauve tie.
Would you like to recreate Jannat's undertone glittery but regal look at your reception? Let us know!
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