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Weddings are one of the most significant moments of everyone's life. It is not just about the dhol, nagada, and outfits, rather it is one big life-changing phase of everyone's life. However, it is a girl's life that witnesses a 360-degree change. From being the pyaari betiya of their family to stepping into the shoes of a responsible bahu, brings an overnight change in a girl's life. Amid all the hustle of choosing the right outfit, finalising the makeup artist and looking after the wedding preparations, brides go through a roller-coaster of leaving their loved ones.
However, when we talk about Indian weddings, it is the bridal ensemble that one cannot forget to mention. While modern-day brides are going with pastel hues, there are still some brides who love flaunting their love for laal shaadi ka joda. Moreover, Sabyasachi Mukherjee is the favourite designer of brides when it comes to dreamy Indian weddings. However, our bride of the week swooned the hearts of millions by not just donning a striking red-hued Sabyasachi Mukherjee lehenga but also twinning with her fur baby.
Our bride of the week, Chahat Paul tied the knot with the man of her dreams, Rahul Joseph in a dreamy wedding ceremony in Goa. The lovebirds opted for this beautiful open space decorated with pastel-hued flowy fabrics and flowers for their wedding ceremony. However, it was the bride's choice of outfit that caught our attention. For her special day, the bride opted for a red-coloured lehenga from the shelves of the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her lehenga featured intricate floral patterns with zari embroidery and sequins.
The bride paired her lehenga with a matching V-neck blouse featuring zari embroidery, sitara and lace work. She complemented her outfit with dual dupattas, one nicely pinned on her shoulder and the other placed over her head. The dupattas featured tiny but work and lace detail similar to the lehenga. Moreover, Chahat's veil was adorned with signature Sabyasachi kiran lace that added stars to the beauty of her outfit.
Everything about Chahat's wedding was dreamy and surreal. However, it was her love for her fur baby that created a stir on the internet. The bride clad her fur baby in a red-coloured jacket that featured similar work as her blouse. The jacket of her fur baby was adorned with intricate zari embroidery, sitara work and lace detail. Indeed, there is no bigger relation in this world that a human can have with their pet animal. And Chahat's candid and cutesy picture from her wedding with her fur baby proved the same.
Bride, Chahat shelled out some major fashion goals with her bridal look. She made sure to set the internet on fire with her fine jewellery collection. The bride accentuated her look with an intricately designed kundan polki necklace that featured green drop beads. She paired it with a pair of matching earrings, a matha patti, a nath, gold payal, statement rings, red chooda, kadhas and golden kaleeras.
Bride, Chahat let her outfit and jewellery shine. She opted for a subtle nude base makeup to balance her bridal look. She completed her look with a subtle makeup, including a dewy base, blushed cheeks, glossy nude lipstick, shimmery eyeshadow, mascara-laden eyelashes, and highlighted cheeks. A flower-adorned bun and a small stone bindi added stars to her dreamy look.
On the other hand, the groom, Rahul complemented his bride in the best way possible. Letting her shine on her special day, he opted for an ivory-hued sherwani, which he styled with a matching embroidered doshala. The groom completed his look with a layered pearl necklace and a pagdi.
We are in love with how the bride, Chahat Paul twinned with her fur baby in a red-coloured ensemble and set an example for all the brides out there. What about you? Let us know!
Every year, with the wedding season going on, we get to see an array of brides looking their best on their special day. However, Indian attire, with its rich designs and vibrant colours, has etched a special place in many hearts, even outside the country. Apart from Indian brides, many international women tooRead More