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Alia Bhatt Gives us Major Bridesmaid Goals at her BFF Wedding

Alia Bhatt is on a fashionable high this 2018 with her incessant looks and stylish avatars that are making us swoon over her. From her IIFA pastel ruffle gown to grey hues lehenga choli and similar shaded saree, Alia has been fangirling pastel shades lately and it seems her fetish for soft colors hasn’t stopped ever since. The social media is already raging for her sweet and chic looks, but attention bridesmaids-to-be, take notes of these uber-cool looks and wear them at your next BFF’s wedding.

The Wedding Night

Alia chose a soft and subtle grey colored lehenga choli designed by Kresha Bajaja Zaveri. The gorgeous sequinned lehenga with a feminine sleeveless blouse and a tulle dupatta added a flair of simplicity with oodles of elegance. Her make-up artist gave the Highway actress a dewy sheen and nude lips which is trending this season. For her hair, her side braids were gently neatly put at the back to create a magical look. This season, you must invest in ethereal shades and give the regular pinks and reds a ditch. Grey is the new pink it seems. However, the gorgeous silver jewelry from the house of Amrapali deserves all the brownie points for its intricate detailing and unique craft is what makes the jewelry so stunning and lust-worthy.

Alia made a pretty maid-in-honor as she striked a pose and flaunted her highlighted brows, chiseled face and the breath-taking jewelry from Amrapali.

Pro Tip: Although lehengas are the signature couture for Indian women during weddings, you can go for saree and try different drapes like dhoti pant, double pallu or take some cues from Sonam Kapoor.

The Sangeet Look

Looks like Alia is walking straight from the fairy-tale on her friend Kripa Mehta’s Sangeet ceremony as she adorned a pretty in pink lehenga choli. Designed by Kresha Bajaj Zaveri, her feminine and chic ethnic ensemble won her enough compliments. And why not, every friend loves to dance and dazzle all the way on her BFF’s wedding, Alia is no different. The floral detailing and the minimalist maang-tika by Isharya was enough to raise the mercury, isn’t. Rajhasthani weddings are all that glam and Alia left no stone unturned when she lit up her game with glossy pink lips and defined jaws. She looked effortlessly beautiful with unkempt hair left open at the back that gave her enough freedom to move about and rock the stage with her fun-filled performance.

Pro Tip: Alternatively, you can also embrace palazzo with crop tops to give a miss to conventional clothing. Contemporary couture like floor-length Anarkali or layered jackets with cigarette pants also look equally classy.

The Mehendi Look

While Mehendi is quite an underrated event in the wedding ceremonies and Pool Mehendis have become the “It” trend with destination weddings in place these days. Bridesmaids are usually found lounging in quirky coordinates, maxi skirt with crop top and contemporary Indian dresses. Alia Bhatt took the road less travelled by and opted for the traditional route with her twirling yellow Anarkali suit.

Resembling a bright ray of sunshine, Alia was gleaming with joy and aced the peppy quotient in a vibrant yellow anarkali suit. The dainty semi-sheer piece with intricate floral embroidery and twirl-worthy effect made Alia even more gorgeous. We love her traditional Indian look here and the simplicity that reflected as she went sans makeup with a little bindi and chunky silver earrings to complete the Mehendi look. Are you taking notes bridesmaids? This is how you should roll. Not to miss the side braids gave her look an edge and made her appear like a true diva.

Pro Tip: Anarkalis are by far the most comfortable outfit for Mehendis, however, you can also play it dramatic with shararas and kurtas that are gaining popularity these days. Or just go fancy with twirling long skirt and pair it with a bold crop top to turn heads.

Image Courtesy: India Today (All)

Article By : Pure Elegance

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