02 January, 2023

16 Brides Who Donned Vintage Look On Wedding

The shy smile, big 'bindi', and retro hairstyles, the vintage Indian brides never fail to charm us with their look. Let's get inspired!

By Ekta Chanana

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The lose hairstyle

The bride ditched the modern hairdo and opted for a loose braided hairstyle. Maroon 'chooda' and long 'kaleeras' completed her look.

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The velvet love

Velvet is one fabric that has been number one pick for a bride since a very long time. This bride's velvet lehenga with huge motifs gave her a vintage look. The big red 'bindi' was an add on.

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The long 'choli'

Vintage brides are the ones who adds an old-world charm to their look. This bride opted for a retro-style 'choli' with full-sleeves.

Harikiran Basra

The heavy 'dupatta'

The bride donned radiated the retro vibe with her heavy lehenga and her equally heavy 'dupatta'. Her look was completed with heavy jewellery and 'matha patti'.

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The pink glam with petal 'kaleeras'

The best part about vintage look is that without any plunging necklines or short 'choli', brides used to win hearts with their look. We love this bride's look with statement 'maang teeka'.

Sunny Dhiman Photography

The maroon love

Earlier, brides used to pick maroon-hued outfit that would perfectly ago with their maroon 'chooda'. Another key point about their look was the 'kiran' border 'dupatta'.

Sutej Pannu

Acing the retro bun

Another bride, who made us remember the vintage era. She kept her look subtle with the crimped hairstyle added the perfect touch.

Sutej Pannu

The minimal makeup

The bride stunned in a pretty orange organza dupatta on her wedding day and an oversized 'maangteeka' and 'nath'.

Sutej Pannu

The Rajasthani bride

The bride radiated the old-world charm in a Rajasthani 'poshak' and their traditional 'chooda'. Her traditional 'borla' accentuated her look.

The evergreen long 'choli'

A bride never goes wrong with a long 'choli'. If you want to ace the bridal look then a long 'choli' with heavily embellished 'dupatta' and heavy jewellery is a perfect combination.

Rimple and Harpreet Narula

Rajasthani 'poshak'

This Rajasthani bride made us remember the wedding era of '90s. She accentuated her 'poshak' with 'satlada haar', a 'borla' and a 'nath' with beads.

Gautam Khullar Photography

Bengali Bride

Bengali bride's traditional white and red bindi with heavy silk saree and layers of jewellery is an evergreen look that never goes out of fashion.

The oversized 'nath'

Another great way to add the vintage touch to your look is by opting for an oversized 'nath' and pick traditional jewellery on your wedding day.

The evergreen Punjabi suit

Punjabi suits instantly make us remember the era gone by. This bride had ditched the lehenga and designed her own suit for her wedding day.

The heavy lehenga

If you want to don a vintage look on your wedding then pick a traditional jewellery. This bride donned a 'borla' that gave her the retro vibes.

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