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Celebrity Weddings Decoded

Hi Lovelies,

This Bridal Season is very exciting for all of us. Mostly because we have so many celebrity inpirations for the wedding ought, wedding jewellery, overall styling of the wedding, grooms wear and what not. Anushka, Sonam, Deepika, Priyanka & now Isha Ambani have given us lot of wedding goals and also a lot of confusion lol. 

While Anushka chose a very delicate and pastel look for herself, Sonam, Deepika and Priyanka went all colourful on their D day. 

I would like to share my favourite wedding looks from all 4 of these Brides and how we can incorporate some of the ideas without the quintessential Sabyasachi Lehenga and ginormous necklaces and jhumkis.

While Anushka chose a very delicate and pastel look for herself, Sonam, Deepika and Priyanka went all colourful on their D day. 

I would like to share my favourite wedding looks from all 4 of these Brides and how we can incorporate some of the ideas without the quintessential Sabyasachi Lehenga and ginormous necklaces and jhumkis.

Mehendi and Haldi Functions

While Anushka and Priyanka went the expected route of bright and colourful outfits, Deepika went for a muted pink lehengas for her mehendi. Sonam broke the stereotype by opting for a stunning White and Gold Lehenga.

Anushka – Perfect look for Simpletons, hassle free, functional as well as bright and cheerful. 7/10

Deepika– Too much going on with nude pink outfit, heavy jewellery, red shawl/stole. Its a great look if you want to sit pretty but not if you want to Dance and mingle with your guests. 6/10

Sonam– Different, Elegant with a touch of chic with the amazing choli back, A great way to rock white in a wedding. Perfect for the Classes Bride. 8/10

Priyanka– Loved the silhouette of her outfit. Fun, whimsical, great for girls who want to hit the dance floor. 9/10

Wedding Day

All these breathtaking Brides taught us a whole lot when it came to their Bridal look. The common factor among all of them was Sabyasachi. It does tell us that when it comes to Indian Bridal Wear, Sabyasachi is considered the undisputed king. Except for Sonam Kapoor, all other chose Sabya for their wedding day, albeit in completely different styles. 

Anushka was seen in a gorgeous nude pink lehenga in this beautiful English wedding style decor which complemented the entire look completely. She has become somewhat of a trendsetter in Pastel Bridal Lehengas. I do feel that her “No Makeup Makeup” went a little south. This look is perfect for Brides who like pastels and prefer minimalism in makeup. 8/10

Deepika– as expected was seen in full Bridal Glory in a lavish Indian red ensemble. She not only rocked the look but also gave us major Grand Indian wedding goals. What I loved about her was that the outfit wasn’t full of embroidery and the RED of the outfit is making her look ethereal. This look is perfect for Brides who want to go all out and look traditional on the big day. 9/10

Sonam– The only one who didn’t go the Sabyasachi store for her wedding lehenga. Lol ! Sonam wore a gorgeous Anuradha Vakil Outfit which complemented her beautifully. The red lotus embroidered lehenga was a show stopper ! This loos is perfect for Brides who like to blend traditional and modern together. 9/10

Priyanka– Honestly I think Priyanka looked better in her Christian wedding. She is normally a very fashion forward personality but somehow her wedding outfit didn’t bring out the best in her. The all red Sabyasachi lehenga was stunning but probably we expected something more from her. Her style was neither here nor there. 6/10

Reception/ Post Wedding Party

While most of these celebrities had 1 post-wedding function, Deepika and Ranveer had countless.. one for every Indian state probably Lol !

Anushka and Virat hosted 2 reception parties. In one of the functions she chose a traditional red saree and jewellery that looked identical to Sabyasachi’s Instagram posts with nothing different or talk worthy. In the Second Reception she wore a Grey/beige lehenga (again from Sabyasachi), and looked refreshingly different because of the colour choice. 7/10

Deepika and Ranveer has many parties post their wedding but the one that stood out for me was the one in which she wore a Red evening gown with a long Slit, she later took off her heels and tulle skirt and turned her ultra glam outfit into a mai dress with white sneakers. That to me was the super collect reception outfit. Her other look: like the Gold Saree with statement jewellery suited her well and she carried the saree with a lot of grace. Her white Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla reception outfit with never ending long earrings was a big downer. She looked drab and boring. The Other reception in which she wore ANOTHER Sabyasachi Freda Kahlo Lehenga was extremely surprising to me because that Lehenga has been seen by the world like 3 months back so why would a huge superstar wear something that has been done and dusted in the fashion world ? I must applaud Ranveer for the super chic outfit on that reception though. 6/10

Sonam chose a subtle and modern Anamika Khanna for her reception look which was in sync with her experimental personality but I feel she could have done better. The outfit was stunning but not at par with her status of India’s only Fashion Icon. 7/10

Priyanka wore a stunning white lehenga by Falguni and Shane Peacock for her reception in Delhi and looked every bit as classy as she should. I loved how she paired the Gajra with her outfit and lent it a beautiful Indian look. Totally dug the look ! 9/10

So girls, here is a breakdown of ALL the wedding looks that we loved and hated this season. My suggestion would be to chosee your look according to your style, personality and comfort level, just like these stunning women did. Take inspiration for sure but do not forget yourself in this process. 
God bless you! Looking forward to creating some more fabulous Istyle Brides this season. 

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