By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
Red is considered as an auspicious colour, and when it comes to weddings, there's no better choice than laal shaadi ka joda. Though the designers have come up with interesting shades and colours, the craze for red colour is unparalleled. Time and again, we have seen Indian brides keeping up with the age-old traditions and opting for red-coloured bridal attire.
Apart from the choice of colours, millennial brides have a craze for designer outfits. And when it comes to choosing one of the best designers in bridal couture, Sabyasachi Mukherjee always tops the list. From Deepika Padukone, Katrina Kaif, and Priyanka Chopra, every other celeb bride opted for the designer's red bridal outfit, and they had stolen the limelight at their weddings. Well, the bride of the week was no different!
Meet the bride of the week, Ramneet Kandola, who had got married to the love of her life, Navi Gill, in British Columbia. For the wedding, the bride had opted for a crimson red lehenga from the shelves of the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her outfit had included a panelled skirt, which had featured red and golden tassels on the waist and motif embroidery at the hem, and she had paired with a V-neck backless choli and a dupatta.
Ramneet's dupatta was the highlight of her outfit, and it had added an oomph factor to her overall look. She had opted for a net dupatta with small golden buti work all over it. Apart from that, it had featured gotta-patti work on its borders with gold embroidery on its hemline. Indeed, her outfit had made her look like a royal bride on her D-Day!
The bride had accessorised her look with gold jewellery, which had featured a statement choker, matching earrings, a nath and a maang teeka. She had accentuated her look with a bindi and red chooda. Moreover, her makeup had added more charm to her overall look and had made her look gorgeous. Her makeup artist, Aquarius had given her subtle makeup look with soft smokey eyes, highlighted cheeks, a nudish brown lip colour and kohl-rimmed eyes.
On the other hand, her groom, Navi Gill had complemented her in an ivory-coloured Rajputana style sherwani, which he had styled with a self-embroidered jacket. He had donned a matching turban and juttis and had accessorised his look with a multi-tiered motihaar. The much-in-love couple had looked perfect together, and their wedding pictures had looked just out of a fairytale.
We are in love with the bride's regal lehenga and her subtle makeup look on her D-Day. Would you like to try out this bridal look at your own wedding? Let us know!