Celebrity Wedding Wardrobes
You have planned everything from the theme of your big, fat Indian wedding to the luxury location to the gourmet menu. But you and your partner are as yet undecided on what to designer outfit to wear for D-day. We'll help you put together a look, Bollywood style. After all, Bollywood's most eligible bachelors Imran Khan and Vivek Oberoi, both got married recently.
Imran Khan tied the knot with his childhood sweetheart Avantika Malik last week. The whole affair was very exclusive, complete with A-list guest lists, swipe cards for the invitees, and a wedding after party in Bangkok. So it goes without saying that the wardrobe was high-end and designer.
For the sangeet, Avantika wore a red Manish Malhotra lehenga, and looked lovely in it. Imran looked very much the groom in a blue velvet sherwani designed by Karan Johar.
Style tip: Take a cue from Avantika by opting for a simple lehenga and team it with a heavy accessory like her beautiful maang tika.
His uncle Aamir Khan and looked handsome in a white sherwani designed by duo Karan Johar-Varun Bahl. His wife Kiran Rao picked a colourful ghagra-choli by Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Style tip: Mix and match colours, and a little bit of the season's 'it fabric' velvet, for stand out style.
For the wedding, Avantika wore a Manish Malhotra lehenga. She looked gorgeous in the off-white net ghaghra teamed with a pink velvet border. Imran kept it simple with a bandhgala by Karan Johar-Varun Bahl.
Style tip: Simple yet rich designs never fail.
You could also take a leaf out of the wedding wardrobes of Vivek Oberoi and Priyanka Alva. For the reception, the Vivek wore a smart blue velvet sherwani by couturier Rohit Bal. The bride teamed a green velvet choli with a peacock blue ghagra and looked lovely in it. The outfit was designed by the budding designer-duo Sushma Vaid and Sonia Sahaney.
For the wedding, the bride and groom wore outfits designed by Tarun Tahiliani. Priyanka looked lovely in a heavy lehenga in the shades of pink and red. Vivek looked very bridal in a maroon sherwani complete with velvet turban.
Image courtesy: BCCL