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Wearing White Outfits to Weddings Is Our New 'Go-To'

Wearing White Outfits to Weddings Is Our New 'Go-To'

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In India, weddings are more than just mere union of two people. They are a celebration, like a festival, with a full-on show, and Bollywood doesn’t fail to set a benchmark for it with its OTT song sequences and movie scenes, and elaborate costumes.

The wedding palette has always been gold, green, plum, cherry red and many more jewel-inspired saturated colours. However, fashion in the Indian wedding-scape has evolved post-pandemic. The ensembles have gone low-key, perhaps, a direct result of events growing smaller. But the ethnic feel always stays intact.

When it comes to new-world weddings, we’ve seen an influx of whites, something of a rarity in our cultural setting, taking over the wardrobes.

It’s obvious that you’ll need some style inspo to rock wedding guest looks in white before wearing them. On that note, a collection of our favourite celebrities who are nailing the white outfits trend.

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Kiara Advani’s aura shouts poise and sophistication. Who knew a yellow lehariya dupatta on a plain white lehenga from Faabiiana could make jaws drop? The nude face and beachy waves win yet again. But it is the emerald-studded necklace that gives the entire look just the edge it needs.

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Dia Mirza has always been about panache and poise. She rocks the floral printed sari from Tarun Tahiliani that would make a perfect #OOTD for these intimate wedding we’re a part of these days. But the belt has my heart. The low key ombré effect and the prints definitely stand out.

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Alluring as ever, Alia Bhatt in an Anita Dongre sharara leaves us gushing over her very chic bridesmaids looks. This is the girl-next-door inspo I can’t wait to use for my BFF’s simple wedding.

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Janhvi Kapoor proves that she can manage simple looks with just as much aplomb as her flamboyant ones in this off white in Tarun Tahiliani sari featuring nothing more than a rich floral border. The bare minimum accessorizing and simple hair also helps the richness of sari comes forward.

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Deepika Padukone’s pristine white organza Sabyasachi sari will make you stand out from the rest and guarantee many second looks. The sequinned blouse and minimal jewellery along with that chic chignon only makes it better. We’re reserving it for a wedding reception party.


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Chitrangada Singh in this heavily embroidery off-white lehenga set from Reynu Taandon’s ICW’21 collection is a dream look for bridesmaids, and if you are ambitious, even brides. We love the idea of keeping jewellery to the least with just rings and a heavy necklace. A mean blowout works wonders with ethnic looks and here’s proof.

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Who knew a plain white embroidered kurta and sharara pants, paired with a yellow dupatta, could become a wedding outfit inspiration? But Mira Kapoor in this Amrita Thakur outfit is the wedding guest we all want to be. We’re especially fans of the semi-braided hair.

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Glamour with a touch of sunshine is how Pooja Hegde looks in this off-white net sari with subtle yellow embroidery from designer Manish Malhotra. She’s surely left her fans feeling dreamy.

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Nothing about Sara Ali Khan’s Manish Malhotra gharara is basic. Her entire vibe is a volcano of colours. Even this off-white set is paired with shades of baby pink bangles and colour blocked with green-pink net dupatta.

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