With Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif entering the bandwagon of married couples, lets take a look at fashion trends started by celebrities.
By Pratishtha Ghosh
It was Anushka, who had started the trend of wedding fashion in a unique pastel shaded lehenga from Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her wedding outfit is still an inspiration for the brides-to-be.
Pictures from Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja's wedding had taken the internet by storm. The actress' 'matha patti' and massive 'maang teeka' had become the rage of the wedding season.
Deepika had raised the standards high with her red 'Kanjeevaram' saree as she had flashed her broad smile. Not to forget the jewellery that made her look like a perfect South Indian bride.
The personalised 'Sadaa Saubhagyawati Bhava' embroidery on Deepika's veil by the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee had become the talk of the town, creating a sensation amongst the to-be-brides.
It was Priyanka's unique customised 'kaleeras', which had taken away the sleep of many girls. And not to forget dark red lehenga which had become the most sought after choice for the big day.
While other celebrities started trends with their fashionable couture, Dia Mirza's eco-friendly wedding with Vaibhav Rekhi which was conducted by a woman priest had broken stereotypes.
Natasha's minimalistic look book with a lehenga from her own label was worth breaking the headlines. And not to forget the coordinated outfit with Varun which had given us a picturesque moodboard.
Rhea had broken the belief that one cannot wear white at her wedding by donning a white 'chanderi' saree. However, it was her pearl veil by Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas that had made her stand out.
Anushka Ranjan had left a mark in the hearts of every girl by donning a lavender coloured lehenga, which is generally not seen. Thereby, proving that she has a knack for offbeat outfits.
Patralekhaa's saree and veil from Sabyasachi Mukherjee had stolen everyone's heart. Besides that, the video in which she had applied 'sindoor' to Rajkummar's forehead was worth appreciation.
For the 'saat pheras', Neha had opted for a red lehenga from Phalguni Shane Peacock. It was her blouse edged with floral patterns and dangling red crystal beads on the sleeves that was noteworthy.
For her wedding day, Yami had ditched famous designers and had styled her mother's heirloom saree, thereby making traditional and mindful fashion choices for her wedding day.
On her wedding with Vicky, Katrina had flaunted a blue sapphire with the diamond-setting ring from the brand, Tiffany and Co. which costs whooping Rs. 7,40,708.