By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Nowadays, brides have a mindset of 'less is more' and follows this by-heart when they start planning for their wedding look. However, every bride wants to grab the entire attention of the attendees on her. For this, they keep an eye on the current trends and also take considerable time to find their dream ensemble. In addition, the fabulous brides of recent times want such an ensemble that matches their personality and make their looks drool-worthy.
For this, one name that instantly pops in our minds is none other than the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Starting from unique designs to vibrant colours, his bridal collection caters to the demands of every bride. The bride of the week too, opted for a beautiful ensemble from Sabyasachi's collection, which featured a mix-and-match of many colours and unusual patterns. Moreover, her decision of opting minimal jewellery and makeup also grabbed our attention. Read on as we decode her wedding day look!
The bride of the week, Shruti Shoor donned a maroon-and-pink-hued lehenga on her D-Day. The traditional lehenga was from the shelves of the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's wedding collection. It featured minute floral embroidery and gota patti patterns all over it. She made sure to keep her look traditional and flaunted the heavy work on her wedding dress which also included a broad zari border.
The bride paired her lehenga with a maroon floral embroidered choli. Her choli also featured a plunging neckline and sea-green-coloured sleeves which accentuated her wedding look. She had completed her look by adding a single dupatta to set the mood right. She had pinned the dupatta on her head and attached the corners of her dupatta with her bangles. Her dupatta featured a broad zari border adorned with golden thread works.
The bride, Shruti accessorised her wedding look with a heavy choker neckpiece. It was adorned with kundan stones and red-and-green drops. Along with it, she opted for matching jhumkas, a maang teeka, golden kadas, and traditional choodas along with a heavy bunch of kaleeeras.
The gorgeous bride opted for minimal makeup by Arshi Kaur for her wedding day. Her makeup included a golden foundation base, nude lipstick, kohl-rimmed eyes, rosy cheeks, light glittery pink eyeshadow, thin strokes of mascara and defined brows. Along with it, her hairstylist, Firoz Khan balanced her minimal makeup look with a middle-parted open hairdo with soft wavy curls. Indeed, she looked surreal in her overall wedding avatar.
Shruti’s then-groom had donned a white sherwani with a matching stole and a pink-coloured turban complementing his wife’s ensemble. Together the couple looked like a picture of perfect elegance.
We are obsessed with Shruti’s wedding attire, which gave an elegant vibe. What do you think? Let us know.
There used to be a time when we also dressed ourselves as a bride, and played Ghar-Ghar with our sahelis. The shaadi concept begins from then, and in the growing years, every wedding gives inspiration and every bride-to-be used to jot down all those trends till their D-Day comes. Over the years, we have seen many brides who changedRead More