We all know that winters in India are synonymous with weddings! With the imminent spirited Shaadi Season drawing up close, we fret, worry and then gear up by rummaging our closets for those bling-bling ensembles - lehengas, sarees, Anarkalis along with some trusty ethnic accessories and footwear. While repeating ensembles is the newest cool thing, sometimes we do want to join in the fervour with the contemporary styles that our beloved celebrities endorse. Giving the Shaadi Season the trendiest update with their style shenanigans, carefully curated by their fashion stylists, celebrity inspired ensembles are always exciting! Shruti Haasan and Rakul Preet Singh exuded elegance with their recent style offerings. While Shruti aced the saree vibe to the hilt with her pink tie and dye sheer organza saree, Rakul kept the vibe simple with her ivory and gold Anarkali. The underlying tone of both the styles featured embellishments in a traditional and contemporary fit.
Gone are the days when traditional colours dominated the shaadi scene. Experimentation is the key, keeping it simple yet classy is a vibe that’s attempted by many but aced by a handful. Here is a closer look at the styles of these divas.
Wedding Style - Shruti Haasan
Styled by Neeraja Kona, Shruti draped a pink tie and dye sheer organza base saree from Devnaagri that was embellished with sequins floral motifs all over the saree and pallu.
A matching tie and dye blouse in gajji base embellished with champagne gota patti, pearl and sequins flowers complimented the saree. The ensemble is priced at Rs 34,000. Shruti Haasan Open Up About Her Personal Life Says Always Looking for That One Great Love.
Statement jhumkas from Amrapali were the only accessories of choice. Soft waves, pink lips, pink bindi and defined eyebrows rounded out the look.
Wedding Style - Rakul Preet Singh
Styled by Nidhi Jeswani, Rakul flaunted her svelte frame in a voluminous georgette ivory Anarkali from Devnaagri that was embellished with champagne and rose gold gota patti, sequins,pearl and zari work.
Juttis from Fizzy Goblet were the perfect accompaniments. Chunky temple jewellery from Vaibhav Jewellers upped the ethnic vibe. The ensemble is priced at Rs 90,000. Rakul Preet Singh Birthday Special: The Marjaavaan actress Likes to Drop Style Bombs that are Simply Stunning and Oh-so-Gorgeous (View Pics).
A half braided updo, subtle makeup and a bright smile rendered Rakul resplendent as ever!
Go ahead, emulate these styles and be that stylish-chic wedding darling, making heads turn!