By Payel Majumdar Upreti
Weddings equals to styling opportunities. Here are some
looks brought together for brides, grooms, baraatis and
bridesmaids, indeed the entire party for you to shop from!
1. House of Rambhajos x Varun Bahl
House of Ekjod has launched their newest collection: Ek-Jod, an exquisite collection of emeralds, jadau and polkis, meticulously curated and transformed into extraordinary works of art. This
collection reflects the magnificence of the royal courts of Nahargarh Fort and its rich history, transporting you to an era
of regal celebrations. The creations are not mere ornaments; but golden tales interwoven with precious gems, reflecting Rajasthan’s cultural heritage. Pair it with this dashing Varun Bahl jacket, fresh off the runway. After all, why should women have all the fun (and trinkets?)
2. Louboutin mules x Tarun Tahiliani
The Louboutin mules are a keeper for anyone planning or attending a wedding. Delicately crafted in white and gold, they’re ideal for the groom, especially when he’s going to partake in the fun joota chupai tradition! (Make the shoes worth buying it back!) Team it with this elegant Tarun Tahiliani bandhgala, French architecture inspired sherwani, highlighted with French knots and pearls.
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3. Louboutin heels x Jayesh Shah lehenga
Millenial-friendly label Jayesh and Kaajal Shah’s latest collection “Inara” embarks on an exploration of a fusion between two distinct color palettes. The first palette, brimming with sophistication, is adorned with opulent golds, delicate, and soft, elegant pinks. These hues converge to create an aura of understated grandeur, only matched with the Louboutin wedding accessories, that has captured the core essence of an Indian wedding so well, while keeping the brand’s essence
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4. Kanakavalli Kanjivaram Saree x Maybach Magic II
Nothing says festivities and wedding like fine kanjivarams in these stunning hues by Kanakavalli, beautifully embellished in zari and silk thread, for festivities, weddings and special occasions. Ranging from mango yellow, mustard and the classic manjal or turmeric, these festive kanjivarams are beautifully embellished with zari and occasional pops of contrast colour. The saris are set against vibrant yellow lilies in the accompanying visuals.Yellow is synonymous with celebration and tradition in India, making these colours perfect for festivals, weddings and special occasions. Sunglasses are a huge part of the haldi attire. Why not slip into these seriously chic glasses that borrows from the brand’s legacy when it comes to style?