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Sister Of The Bride Style: Meet Simran!

BY Sakshi | 13 Mar, 2020 | 10159 views | 3 min read

We love a stylish bridesmaid, and our 'Sister of the bride' series is just that- showing you a bridesmaid who got it just right at the wedding! Be it the outfit, the jewellery, the styling, or bringing the whole look together, here is a sister of the bride who's style we really liked, so, over to Simran now, as she takes us through every outfit she wore for the #ohhmyGauSh wedding.


For my sister's wedding function, I wore an ice blue lehenga, with a rose gold blouse with cutdana work. It is a fully customised look from the work to the colours. I opted for rose gold jewellery, with blue stones matching with the outfit. 


I went for a pinkish nude subtle makeup look, and braids with baby breath. My makeup and hair was done byMisha Vig Makeup Studio★ 4.9


For the sangeet function, I opted for a champagne gold lehenga by Ayushi Bhasin (Shahpur Jat), with an off-shoulder blouse. I paired it with a matching golden set with jhumkis and a matching Kada. 


The hair and makeup was again done by Misha Vig Makeup Studio★ 4.9For the hairstyle, I went for the famous Deepika Padukone's flat head look. And the makeup was a classy look with shimmer gold eyes and bold red lipstick. I also carried matching potlis on both sangeet and wedding lehengas. 


For the cocktail, I chose a royal blue customised outfit, which was a two-piece set with a high slit skirt and a half-net full sequin blouse. 
I kept the hair and makeup simple with this look.


For my sister's haldi, I wore a white customized stylish outfit according to the yellow and white theme. It was in dhoti style with cuts on the waist.
For the jewellery, I paired the outfit with pearls stud earrings.


For pooja, I wore a Parrot green garara suit from Stage 3 Social, which was by Preeti S Kapoor.



I wore a hot pink and orange lehenga, with a heavy full mirror work choli and a net dupatta. I wore a customized latkan which said 'dulhan ki main girl' as I was the bride's real sister. The latkan also had the wedding hashtag #ohhmyGauSh.
I left my hair open with half curls perfect according to the function. Shimmer eyes and hot pinkish red lipstick added to the vibrant and colourful look.


I wore a black sequin one shoulder dress from Zara. Heels from BCBG generation.

Did you style yourself amazingly as the sister/friend of the bride or the groom? Then let us know!
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