#Trending: Green Apple Is The Newest Wedding Hue In 2018!
BY Soha | 31 Jul, 2018 | 1098 views | 2 min read
Boring. That's the last thing you would want to be in the wedding season that's almost around the corner (Well, maybe not super near, but hey, that gives you all the more time to plan your outfits well!)
If you are like me, then by now you must have religiously gone through every page on Instagram and Pinterest, scouting for new hues and designs to rock that perfect outfit! Have you been thinking there is nothing new for you to choose from? Girls, the Gods of the mighty Internet have heard your plea and voila! Enters Kiara Advani in a Green Apple outfit!
We know when the actress sashayed down the ramp at the ongoing India Couture Week Fall 2018, a lot of our collective jaws dropped. And do we even have to tell you how the Internet reacted to her pictures?
Dressed by designer duo Shyamal and Bhumika, Kiara's outfit offered a refreshing take on wedding lehengas. We absolutely loved her sheer sleeves and the intricate floral patterns. Oh, and that plunging neckline! But what truly pulled all these elements together and enhanced their beauty was the unique color! Who knew Green Apple could look that pretty on a bride!
It's fresh. It's chic. And it's gorgeous! WMG predicts Green Apple is the perfect new wedding hue. Not just on the ramp, the color looks absolutely phenomenal off it and has already become a rage among brides!
This Chic Apple Green Cape Outfit For Your Engagement Or Reception!
Clicked by Anuraag Rathi Photography
Equal parts stylish and trendy, what say?
This Bride Who Wore A Green Apple Outfit For Her Mehendi!
Clicked by Karan Shah Photography
Well, green has always been a color for your mehendi ceremony. But green apple seems like just the perfect twist to your ordinary style.
This Bride Who Chose It For Her Wedding Day!
Clicked by Fotowalle - The Story Folks
Now here is a bride-chilla for you! Doesn't she look absolutely chic and gorgeous!
We are currently crushing over the color; what do you think?