By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Every bride has a dream wedding outfit fixed in her mind. So when the wedding date gets fixed, she makes sure to get her imaginative wedding ensemble, a realistic customisation and look absolutely breathtaking. Along with all the nervousness and butterflies in the stomach, every bride goes through a panic mode where she has to find her dream wedding outfit.
In this dire situation, the fashion designers help every bride's wish to come true. They help to make their dream wedding outfit into reality. Whenever we hear 'fashion designer', Manish Malhotra is one of the names that always pops into our mind. His unique sequin works, traditional embroidery, MM veil, and varied range of colour palette makes him stand out among the rest. We came across a bride who chose Manish Malhotra's collection for her wedding day and looked absolutely gorgeous. It was her unique coloured lehenga choli and choices of jewellery that made her a trendy bride.
The Sikh bride, Simran Swaich opted for a grandeur outfit for her wedding day ceremony from the shelves of the celebrity fashion designer, Manish Malhotra and looked absolutely gorgeous. She had donned a beautiful lavender-coloured tulle lehenga that was embellished with metallic gold thread and sequins, along with self-sequin lines embroidered with zari and pearls all over it. She had paired the lehenga with an eclectic gold zari and sequinned choli adorned with pearl embellishments. Simran completed the whole look with a sheer MM veil pinned on her head, intricately embroidered with jali work.
For jewellery, Simran had chosen beautiful layers of kundan jewellery with moti drops. She had worn a choker, five pendants decked neckpiece, along with matching earrings, a passa and a huge hoop nath adorned with pearls. She had paired the whole look with red chooda and three-tiered kaleera.
Simran had opted for a dewy and glowy makeup look. She wanted to keep it minimalistic as she wished for her gorgeous outfit and jewellery to do the talking. She had put on a light and sheen foundation with blushed cheeks, high-defined brows, lavender-hued eyeshadow with thin brown eyeliner, mascara-laden eyes, nude lip shade and a red bindi. She tied her hair in a vintage royal princess-style bun that gave her a retro look.
Simran looked absolutely picture perfect along with her groom-to-be, who tried his level best to complement his bride. He had donned an ivory-coloured anarkali kurta-pyjama embroidered with golden resham and thread. He had completed his look with a pearl neckpiece, a pagdi and a moss green-coloured satin doshala adorned with a sleek embroidered hemline.
We loved the bride's choice of lavender tulle lehenga with pearl adornments from Manish Malhotra's collection. What about you? Would you recreate the look at your own wedding? Let us know!