Qubool Hai! 8 Gorgeous Designer Outfits For Your Nikah
Manasvi Abhishek Jaitly
Senior Wedding Writer
There is a special wedding joda out there for every dulhan. It just takes a while to lay your hands on it, and we’ve decided to help make your wedding shopping simpler! Here are 8 super gorgeous nikah outfits for you to buy online.Mubarak ho!
1. Kotwara by Meera and Muzaffar Ali
What we love most about this is the beautiful colour combo of green and purple. It’s very wedding appropriate without being too traditional. The lehenga features a chanderi brocade base and is paired with a brocade choli and sequinned dupatta - perfect for the bride who doesn’t want to overdress. However, you could team it with a heavy second dupatta for a more royal look.
Because we instantly fell in love with the orange, fuchsia and green combo! Plus gota patti will always look fab! This is one elaborate lehenga set for the bride who doesn’t like settling for less. Keep your jewellery light and shine bright on your big night.
This nikah joda has a beautiful mint green jacket that has white birds and yellow flowers embroidered on the yoke and sleeves. It’s paired with a flared sharara and gold work dupatta. This could be your perfect set for a day beach wedding. Go heavy on the jewellery and do not forget an oversized paasa!
A red tanchoi silk sharara adorned with exquisite zardozi embroidery. We highly recommend this when you want a royal, old world bridal look. Pair this with your mum’s gold jewellery to add to the charm.
An exquisite creation featuring a gorgeous resham, gota and pearl work jacket. Paired with a beige lehenga and a delicate orange dupatta this piece looks straight out of Bollywood! Kundan jewellery and light makeup is all you need to glow like a true Muslim bride.
We bet you’d shine in this Anita Dongre creation on your nikah. A beautiful lime chanderi brocade lehenga paired with an embroidered net choli. A statement headpiece along with a nath will complete your look.
Look absolutely grand in this majestic maroon anarkali. We love the modern collar neckline and the velvet zari-work bodice. It’s a lovely blend of modern and traditional. Complete your look with heavy crystal earrings, a delicate paasa and a haathphool. And yes, a deep lipstick will just be perfect.
A pant style sharara and a short choli when you want to ditch the traditional and go ultra mod! It’s an easy look for the bride you loves to move around and not be restricted to her wedding chair! You could drape another dupatta over your head and wear statement jewellery to complete the look. Ditch the juda and keep your long tresses side swept just like Aditi Rao Hydari.