Wedding Season Look #4


My wedding look #3 was an Indo western gown that looks graceful in a wedding function. My next wedding look is totally inspired by Bollywood films. The craze for lehenga is something that we have seen a lot of actresses wearing it in their films. A lehenga is an ethnic outfit which takes your fashion game to a next level altogether. It is one of the popular types for the festivals, ceremonial occasions, and weddings.

For my readers from other countries, Lehenga is an outfit that is made up of a lower part called Lehenga and the upper part called choli or bodice. Lehenga is a three-piece attire comprising the chunni. It is a traditional dress of India that Indian women are wearing since ancient times.

The lehenga I am wearing today is embellished with Gota Patti work. This golden lehenga was not at all heavy to wear, unlike other lehengas. I kept the look simple with almost no accessories, subtle makeup, and curly hair. The volume of my hair gave my look a new touch and stole the spotlight. This look was love at first sight for me.

Hope everyone has a lovely day. I am waiting for your comment and compliments.



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  1. This is not a bridal look dear. When I’ll portray a bridal look, I’ll surely go for the red dress but light colours are also being opted by brides to be worn on their wedding days. Look at our actresses. I am working on a series on the wedding looks for the host and guests as well. Do check out my previous wedding looks as well. 😘

  2. I’m no fan of Patti gota work but I suppose it makes an interesting change from the done to death zardozi work that makes lehengas unnecessarily heavy. But beige as a wedding colour ? What happened to the bright colours of an Indian wedding ?

  3. You know, I’ve been following you from almost day one and the Mona Lisa thing is fine. But once in a while ot wouldn;t kill you to drop demure for a smile. Just sayin’.

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