Kareena Kapoor is a style guru and no one can refute that. From her iconic, You Are My Sonia outfit to her Patiala salwar and long tee look as Geet in Jab We Met. But here I'm not talking about her looks in films but her personal style that looks oh-so-gorgeous. Of course, many of these outfits are by top Indian designers but taking inspiration from these for the next shaadi you've to attend is a great idea.
From sarees to floor-length anarkalis and lehengas, this list has got a mixed bunch so that you can totally get them recreated for the next shaadi season.
This yellow saree with gold detailing designed by Niksha looks gorgeous on Bebo. It's great for a day wedding or even a mehendi function because of the bright colours. She went with simple chaandbali earrings and tied her hair in a bun and the gajra added the right amount of desi touch. Neither too heavy nor too basic, this is a look every bridesmaid can recreate.
There's something about white chikankari fabric that has my heart- it looks elegant, understated and classy and we trust Kareena Kapoor to pull it off to perfection. This white lehenga is great for a wedding or even a sangeet function where you'll be dancing the night away. I can already imagine how gorgeous the kalis will look when you're twirling. If you want to keep it a bit more subtle then go with the same lehenga skirt, a plain white blouse and a georgette dupatta.
This yellow sharara with Banarsi brocade work looks great and especially with the rich, contrasting dupatta. You can wear this for any wedding function actually because it's a versatile piece depending on how close the relation is. Ideally, I would wear it for a sangeet ceremony or a not-so-close wedding because silk does shine brighter at night.
Perfect for that Bollywood style sangeet night, this saree is surely going to grab all the eyes. Sparkly and pink, it's all fun and party. If you are comfortable with dancing in a saree you can wear it for the sangeet otherwise it's great for a reception night as well.
We expect the Begum of Bollywood to teach us how to look royal and this sharara fits perfectly. Gold and beige along with beaded details all over adds a whole lot of glam to the look. She paired it with green and gold jewellery to add a pop of colour and it looked stunning. This would make a great reception outfit.
For a mehendi function or a youngsters party where you don't want to wear a traditional Indian outfit, an Indo-western one like this is a great idea. If you think it's too simple you can always dress it up with statement accessories and elevate the look.
This purple and green long kurta and skirt is very trendy and will make a great shaadi outfit. The all-over gold brocade work ties the look together while the contrasting colours make it look bright and happy. Bridemaids can wear this for pretty much any wedding function but it'll especially shine bright on the main shaadi day. You can even later pair the kurta with sharara pants and the skirt with another blouse to create a whole new outfit.
This is an outfit for someone who doesn't want to go for a traditional look. This gorgeous grey gown with gold detailing is a great outfit to wear to the cocktail night. We're especially loving that plunging neckline. Sister of the bride, you'd look stunning in this!
So bookmark these lewks for the next shaadi!