Sister Of The Bride Style: Meet Tuhina!
BY Sakshi | 09 Apr, 2020 | 6357 views | 3 min read
We loved her style as a bride, and we loved it as a bridesmaid too, and we are sure you will too! A bride we've featured on WMG before, Tuhina was herself a bride, and at her sister Sakshi's wedding, the sister of the bride. The wedding, planned by Vivaha Wedding Solutions was gorgeous, and Tuhina absolutely nailed her look at every function! What we also really loved was that Tuhina styled a lot of her own bridal jewellery differently for her sister's wedding. So we asked her to give us the deets on them- outfit details, how she styled it- everything! Plus her husband totally complemented her look too!
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So here's a breakdown of all her looks! Over to Tuhina now as she tells us all about it!
Look 1: Mehendi
I decided to go for a braided pony to keep my look chic and also to show off the beautiful blouse back. For jewellery I decided to pair the look up with a polki choker that I wore for one of my own functions a few years back.
For Filip, we just tried to make sure it complemented mine in colours.
He wore an outfit by Dressage Inc.
Look 2: Sangeet
I absolutely love dancing and wanted my look to be really fuss-free. I came across this beautiful mint green lehenga from Anushka Khanna at Bridal Asia. I have always loved her modern aesthetic for Indian wear and knew this had to be it. It came with a beautiful, blingy yet classic belt so I didn't have to worry about the dupatta going everywhere and could dance freely. I wore minimal jewellery - just large earrings and the hair were left open but loosely pinned back - nothing to get in the way of dancing the night away.
Filip wore a contrasting outfit by Sawan Gandhi Collection
Look 3: Haldi
My sister decided to do these leheriya sarees from Jaipur in yellow and pink for her bridesmaids. I opted for the hot pink matched to the flowers on her yellow saree.
I went for half tied hair, big beautiful polki earrings and completed my look with a nice hot pink bindi.
Look 4: Wedding
I wanted to wear a nice blue lehenga and had shortlisted a few I had already tried on but nothing felt like this is it. I had seen a glimpse of the lehenga on Shehla Khan ’s insta story by chance just days before so added their studio as a stop during our visit to Bombay - it was love at first sight! Everything about it was beautiful and very me - it had a lot of flare, so I could twirl away, a very deep back - I love deep backs. And most importantly I think it went really nicely with my sister’s outfit.
For jewellery - I had worn a full on necklace at my wedding which I got broken into two separate ones and the droplets changed to a sea green from the previous emerald green. I wore the top half of it with the rest of my wedding jewellery and interestingly my mother decided to pair the bottom half with her rani haar.
Filip's outfit, which totally matched mine in terms of colour was from Philocaly
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