With so many weddings this season, I’m sure you’re bored of wearing the same colourful ensembles. You don’t mind trying out new silhouettes, colours and styles, especially if your favourite celeb is flaunting it too. This season, choose white and wear it to weddings with a dash of gold, silver or some sprinkles of colour. Trust us, you’re going to stand out for breaking the monotony of colours!
The way the gold marries the white in this ensemble, we’d say it looks quite grand and gorgeous. There is no need for a dupatta, you just need to wear this jacket-style choli with a skirt and some jhumkis to finish the look. Definitely a winner!
The always beautiful Deepika looks sophisticated in this net lehenga. The boat-necked, full sleeved blouse does justice to the dusky rose dupatta that is thrown on top. The colour breaks the white and adds a distinct essence to the outfit!
There isn’t anything like too much white. Anushka Manchanda is wearing this immaculate white, full-sleeved blouse which has a million tiny details. She has draped it in the seedha pallu style to show off that heavy blouse. The saree looks splendid too!
Riding on the crop top-skirt combination, Neha Dhupia shows how to work this netted beauty in such a graceful manner. Both the top and skirt are double-layered, the only difference being that you can see the upper layer on the top has its own style too! Westernised but we love it!
Alia surely knows how to work white to weddings. Keeping things traditional, she wore a kurti with embroidery all around the edges and the dupatta is just breath-taking in all its glory. The pink piping all over adds that dash of colour and lends it a fresh feel.
Like to experiment with different silhouettes? This ruffled saree is for you then. Jacqueline wore this fun, pristine white saree with a sexy cross-front blouse and just looked amazing. Since, the entire ensemble is in white the extravagant ruffles don’t feel out of place but, in fact, look trendy.
Like to go for a simpler look? Kareena shows us how to work the magic of simplicity in this ensemble. She’s wearing a gharara with a long kurti and a modest dupatta. Top it with some long danglers and you’re set!
Our very own fashion diva shows us how to wear white and own it. She’s got a fluffy skirt that underneath an earthy, embroidered blouse. The coloured gemstones add that much desired hint of colour to the look. So glamourous!