Still looking to add to your wedding wear collection? You absolutely must invest in an all white piece.
Be it an Anarkali, a pretty gown, a straight kurta or a lehenga. The possibilities to style an all white outfit are unimaginable. Here you will see my first time experimenting with an asymmetric Anarkali. The wow-factor remains the fact that it is all white and I can style it completely differently just by alternating add-ons.
Dupattas, earrings, makeup, footwear and other accessories are the real style quotient sometimes, hence details are everything. Pay close attention 😛
A bright stole/ dupatta like this one ended up being the game changer of my whole look. To balance that pop of colour I put on my gorgeous pink earrings by Tarksya, and added my multi-colour kolhapuri from Abba Shoes.
Best part about creating the kurta was the fact that I had an old semi georgette saree lying around in the house until my designer from Ginni’s couture creations came up with this. We stuck to classic detailing with pearls and a hint of gold to go with the old saree border. Always believe in the power of #MaaKaWardrobe
I feel so incomplete without my Mumma’s bindi, each time I wear Indian.
Adding an entire layer of georgette over the old saree made the outfit more elegant and royal! Keeping royal in mind, I had to try on a look which stuck to ultimate classics and no bright added tones.
Major Sonam Kapoor vibes were being felt with the styling of this look, also made me quite proud of myself.
If you are one of those who think white will enlarge your body shape or anything on the lines, kindly drop that silly idea and try this. Also, i really think i can dye this into a completely different shade someday and flaunt it all over again!
Notice how the draping of the dupatta can also impact your look so greatly.
With my favourite photographer in the world, Lakshya Manwani Photography.
Don’t doubt yourself when putting on some extra blush. Afternoon events will only enhance the face further with just enough dosage of Pink! <3
Kept it easy, with my favourite old jooti. Gold. Forever.
Wouldn’t you share this post with someone looking for wedding wear ideas? or just cause you love Jugni & Co so much?