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Of late, Aditi Rao Hydari has been shaadi-hopping like a pro. It ain't easy doing it, getting all decked up in a new shaadi-friendly outfit and pulling off unique Indian outfits just by dint of her poise and grace. Give her the most experimental Indian drapes and she'll totally own it. So, if you're going through a wedding wardrobe crisis. Here's where Aditi comes to your rescue. From donning heavily embroidered designer lehengas to pairing brocade skirts with cold shoulder crop tops, she offers the perfect wardrobe inspiration for your bestie’s wedding. Now, it's your turn to get clued in.
If you wish to channel desi-boho look at your best friend’s wedding, take inspiration from Aditi's beautiful combination of white and blue. She wore a pair of white pants with an embroidered crop top and finished the ensemble with a blue cape. Doesn't that sound like a perfect pick for your bestie’s sangeet?
Frills and florals are doing the rounds this wedding season anyway and style turns us into converts. Pairing a floral frilled crop top with a solid green ruffled skirt, Aditi gave us major outfit inspo to sport at our bestie’s wedding.
For your bestie’s wedding reception or cocktail, you can go a little extra and non-traditional if you wish to. Aditi looks stunning in this gorgeous off-shoulder mermaid-cut tussar silk gown and makes us wish to grab one already. The touch of traditional jhumkas are the added bonus.
A solid black turtleneck top paired with a gorgeous voluminous black printed skirt, Aditi was a vision. Keeping it low on jewels, she finished her look with layered golden chokers. We dig!
If you thought yellows are only meant for day occasions then you need to take a cue from Aditi. Decked in a beautiful yellow silk kurta for a night event, Aditi looks like a sunshine beauty. And so can you!
Whites can get a bit tricky for weddings, but if that’s the colour you wish to go for, then make a smart choice of outfits just like Aditi did. Like a short white anarkali kurta paired with a pleated white and silver striped skirt would make you look a class apart at your bestie’s wedding.
We loved her in this timeless Banarasi handloom skirt which she paired with a royal blue off-shoulder top. We think it adds quite an ethnic twist to the otherwise traditional outfit.
Are you fond of Patiala suits? If yes, look no further, then this blush shade pink Patiala suit donned by Aditi has to be your go-to outfit for your best friend’s wedding. Go shop already!