Here’s How We Would Style Our Celebrity Brides If Theirs Was A 2020 Wedding!
BY Anupriya | 04 Dec, 2020 | 7521 views | 4 min read
Nobody gets their wedding fashion right like Bollywood, and who knows it better than us! We have time and again skimmed through their wedding albums, lauded their unique bridal choices and encouraged all you brides-to-be to join their band wagon. Remember when we showed you how monochrome lehengas became a thing after Priyanka debuted in one... or when Anushka became the trailblazer of pulling off a pastel bridal lehenga? The netizens went into a frenzy over their show-stopping looks (tbh so did we!)
And now when we look back to those archives, we wonder if their outfit choices would have been the same, had it been a pandemic wedding... What do you think? Well, while we can't have our B-town beauties answer this for us, but we had to put our styling skills on the table and chalk out a few options. Scroll down to take a look and tell us if picked the right outfits for these divas!
For someone who created ripples for making an unconventional choice with her pastel pink bridal lehenga, we had our option clear, right from the beginning. Hence, we gave no second thoughts and saved this striking Kashida lehenga crafted with a medley of nature inspired prints and intrinsic needlework. It's neither too heavy nor too minimal, which makes it perfect for a pandemic wedding!
Find more such pastel lehenga options on the WMG Bridal Gallery.
Even though Sonam Kapoor is known for her bold fashion sensibilities, she chose to take the traditional route on her wedding day & wore a red lehenga with her heirloom jewellery. Taking her choices into consideration, we shortlisted this red & gold lehenga from Sabyasachi that comes with a floral print blouse and dupatta.
Not one, not two, Deepika served more than five inspirational looks on her wedding, and each one was better than the other. However, it was indeed her bridal look that stood out from the crowd. From the understated blouse to her personalised second dupatta & the flared out skirt, everything was spot on about her bridal outfit. And to match just the opulence it lent to her, we found this peplum lehenga replete with finest of details from Manish Malhotra. Just minimise on those extra kalis and embellishments, and there she gets the most apt outfit for an intimate lockdown wedding.
Got a thing for red & gold combo? Head to the WMG Bridal Gallery to explore the best bridal outfits in this fusion!
Who other than PeeCee showed us how to get the tone-on-tone game right! She rocked her all red lehenga like no other bride, and her wedding pictures are proof! But if we were to dress her up for her pandemic wedding, we would have pulled out this breathtakingly beautiful masterpiece that features a fully embellished blouse and a plain-jane skirt. Not to miss out on that matching thread work dupatta!
If there's one Bollywood actress who always sets the temperatures soaring with her glam quotient, it's bebo. She is the epitome of grace and she very well proved that when she wore her mother-in-law's nikkah outfit on her wedding with utmost perfection. And while there's nothing that can beat its vintage charm, we made an attempt to find the most fashionable pick for the most fashionable lady in B-town. Take a look at this Awadhi inspired gharara & peplum, further layered with a quilted jacket on top! Isn't it perfect for a 2020 nikkah wedding?
Outfits: Heirloom Outfit, Manish Malhotra
Head to the WMG Bridal Gallery to more such stunning shararas in budget for your bridal trousseau!
Lastly, we have the most talked-about Bollywood wife, Mira Rajput who put her best foot forward on her wedding day, and struck a chord with our design sensibilities. She wore a baby pink lehenga featuring intricate embroideries on it. So staying true to her style, here's the most stunning version of pastel that we bookmarked for her!
Phew! It was fun finding 2020 wedding-worthy lehengas for our celebrity brides. If you loved this curation too, Tell us which celebrity we dressed up the best in the comment section.