Take Inspiration From Miheeka Bajaj's Subtle Yet Royal Wedding Looks

Take Inspiration From Miheeka Bajaj's Subtle Yet Royal Wedding Looks


The idea of the big fat Indian wedding with shimmering lehengas and 10,000 functions has been shrunk down by the mighty pandemic. Now, marriage ceremonies are shorter, closer, and more fun as you don’t have to pass humbles smiles to aunties you’ve never met. And for celebrities like our newly wedded power couple, Miheeka Bajaj and Rana Dagubatti, it means the blissful absence of the paparazzi. But, that doesn’t mean we can’t scrounge out their wedding looks to get some fashion inspiration, right?

So, ditch your massive 50kgs ‘loud’ lehenga for intimate functions this pandemic and take the subtle road like Miheeka Bajaj. She looked regal in her light yet dainty, bright-hued ensembles while letting her hair down with the Bahubali actor to enjoy the wedding festivities. She even upcycled her mother’s beautiful wedding lehenga for the Baht ceremony and won herself a thumps up from our fellow vintage-fashion enthusiasts. So, let’s cut to the chase and decode Miheeka Bajaj’s wedding looks.

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For the Roka ceremony, Miheeka donned a peach-hued light sari, detailed with a golden and red border. She coupled it with an intricately embroidered hot pink blouse with some classic gold jewellery set.

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The pre-wedding meet-up was lit-up with Miheeka’s elegant yet understated look. She wore a siege green lehenga and blouse, complemented with a salmon-hued dupatta. She completed her look with onion-coloured jewellery, making all pastel dreams come true.
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Miheeka looked like sunshine on a cloudy day in a sunny side up with a tinge of sky blue lehenga by Arpita Meha for her Haldi ceremony. She ditched the regular flower ornaments for a fresh new trend, and instead opted for jewellery made out of seashells, which matched the ornamentation of her garment.
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Perfect for the modern Indian bride, Miheeka looked ultra-chic at her Mehendi in a bubblegum pink machine embroidered Anarkali jacket, teamed with a motif embroidered, scallop detailed matching skirt, further ornamented with traditional mirror work. Brownie points on the chandelier earrings and the statement maang-tikka.

The blockbuster look was her wedding lehenga by couturier Anamika Khanna. The bride opted for a handcrafted ivory Chikankari lehenga and blouse, pelted with zardozi and metalwork, layered with dual dupattas. The gold dupatta had a simple border and was draped around like a sari, while the heavy scarlet head dupatta was the real MVP of this ensemble. For jewellery, she chose to layer jadau necklaces with emerald accents, further completed the look with a dainty nath and an elegant matha-patti.

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