By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
What comes to your mind when you hear the word, wedding? A bride in her laal shaadi ka joda, bright lights, great delicacies and lots of guests putting their best foot forward in fashion. But over the years, the choice of the brides are changing, and they are opting for new colour blocks, patterns of embroidery, unique jewellery pieces, trendy kaleeras and many more to get an out of the box look.
We came across this bride, who had ditched all red and pink hues, yellow and orange tints and had opted for a pristine white-coloured lehenga choli for her Anand Karaj ceremony from the shelves of designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Sabyasachi's unique designs, extraordinary lookbooks, and best craftsmanship have helped him become one of the finest bridal fashion designers of his time. So, without any further ado, let's get into decoding the bride's looks.
The bride, Prableen Kaur, had chosen Sabyasachi couture for her Anand Karaj ceremony. She had looked serene and beautiful in her pristine white-coloured lehenga choli that had beautiful floral embroidery with golden threads all over it in a symmetrical pattern. A minimalistic embellished hemline running through the sleeves of the choli had made it look more extraordinary.
We mostly find brides, who choose broad jewellery pieces or something extravagant to make a striking look, but this bride, Prableen had opted for everything minimalistic. She had completed her look with a simple and chic diamond-studded neckpiece accentuated with pearl beads and had worn similar bangles. She had styled her lehenga choli with double dupatta. One dupatta pinned on her shoulder, which had a circular sequin emblem all over it with a broad embroidered hemline, and another sheer white-coloured tulle veil was pinned on her head that had a sleek embellished borderline.
For makeup, she had kept it as natural as she could. She had finished off her lookbook with a very light foundation, high defined brows, sleek kohl-rimmed eyes, softly blushed cheeks and nude pink lip shade. She had looked like a sight to behold in her serene getup.
On the other hand, her then groom-to-be had looked dapper in his coordinated wedding outfit. He had worn an ivory and beige coloured sherwani with an elaborately embroidered doshala. He had completed his look with a four-tiered pearl beaded neckpiece and a turban.
Who knew a bride could look just so beautiful without any makeup or heavily embroidered couture or bright colours? This bride has proved everybody wrong with her unique choices and made her own style statement. We absolutely loved it. What about you?