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It is difficult to imagine an Indian bride without the colour red. Red is considered to be an auspicious colour that reflects the culture and tradition of Indian weddings. But today’s contemporary brides love to break the rules and that too in style. Here is a list of Bollywood brides who rocked their wedding look by ditching red.
WedAbout collated a few to inspire you.
An actress who chose pink over red for her wedding lehenga is ‘Gul Panag’. The lehenga designed by the famous designer JJ Valaya have fine golden work on it. With matching jewellery and the cool specs, she is looking every bit of contemporary bride, we all would love to follow.
Kalki Koelchin who is well-known for doing things differently chose to keep it simple for her wedding. She wore a traditional white and red Kanjivaram saree. Her make-up and jewellery were minimum too!
Kareena Kapoor decided to follow the traditions of the nawabs and wore the same ravishing golden gharara which Sharmila Tagore wore for her wedding. And we are glad she did! Even after so many years, the gharara looked stunning and so did miss Kapoor..err Mrs Khan.
This cute actress too chose to stay away from red and adorned a beautiful cream coloured lehenga for her wedding which was conducted in traditional Muslim fashion. Completing her look was heavy zari work and matching kundan jewellery.
The most beautiful woman in the world does not need red to look ravishing on her wedding day. Quite predictably, she chose to stay away from red. She draped a heavy golden-yellow saree and complimented it with heavy kundan jewellery and a gajra. Although she stayed away from red for her bridal trousseau, she picked red for her post-bridal look.
So ladies, if you think you want to go for anything but red for your wedding, you can take inspiration from these gorgeous Bollywood divas
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