The Easiest Wedding Look

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Ever wonder how you can look super elegant and subtle at the same time, even in your old ethnic clothes? Guys, it is truly possible that you can get the prettiest and the easiest wedding look in just under 15 minutes.

Wedding seasons in India are one of the best times of the year and this wedding season, I styled myself with my old lehenga which consists of a blue coloured lehenga with a purple choli and a pink dupatta. The lehenga also has a gold metallic shade to it. Along with the Lehenga – Choli, I wore golden heels which matched that metallic shade. The Dupatta is supposed to be the make or break element in this type of attire and the way you take your dupatta with the outfit can completely change the look of your clothes. As my dupatta was made up of a sheer fabric, I took it around my neck and left it open onto my hands, in such a way that my lehenga was totally visible. Like this, my outfit looked simply beautiful and gave out very good Indian impression.

I also paired this look with earrings which were of copper gold colour and had purple beads in them.  You can also wear bangles of a matching colour from the outfit. Rings can also look great with such attire.

This wedding season, remember to look fashionable and fabulous just in your old ethnic clothes!

Stay Elegant!

Yours Truly

Credits: Lehenga Choli and Dupatta – Customised, Shoes – Kala Niketan, Earrings- Exhibition.

Photography- Shiveeka Nirula.

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