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Best Indian Celebrity Bride

Posted by Indian Fashion Police on May 6, 2010

Sania Mirza
The most recent Indian celebrity bride but in this case her marriage was a cross border one. is The world witnessed so much of drama during the much hyped wedding of Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik. I do admire that Sania Mirza kept a dignified silence and supported Shoaib during such trying times………………anyways I am no one to comment about any person’s personal life but will be definitely be commenting about their style. Despite all the chaos she looked every bit of a glowing bride. Even though I am not a fan of her look during her Nikaah where she wore her mother’s wedding saree and the sangeet chudidhar outfit. I do understand the sentimental value associated with wearing your mother’s vintage wedding saree but the styling was just too hotchpotch with the pallu of the dupatta simply hiding her pretty face. I would have draped her saree differently and pinned the dupatta in a much more stylish way so that it gives the illusion that it is a part of her saree. The pink chudidhar which she wore for her sangeet simply made her look all washed out since the colour was way too light. The hairstyle with loads of gajra was simply too old-fashioned. She would have definitely rocked had she styled her hair and kept them open. But she definitely did us all proud during her reception ceremony in Pakistan by wearing Shantanu-Nikhil Lehengas………….one is Grey with crystal work all over she wore in Lahore and the other one in beige with bright vermillion red embroidery work she wore in Sialkot. The bright colour and glitters made her look like a ‘Diva’. She accessorized it very well with a ‘Dior’ clutch, vintage jewellery, bridal shoes and a stylish hairdo. These two looks were my favourite for her and not to mention that the designer duo Shantanu-Nikhil did a lot of justice to her look. And yes people she did repeat her jewellery, shoes and clutch bags during her week-long wedding celebration which I feel is absolutely fine. If you get a priceless, classic piece of accessory or outfit stick to it for a lifetime…………..and wear it as many times as you desire.
Hope her fairytale wedding has a smooth sailing forever………………………..
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
  
  
    
  
  
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Shilpa Shetty
 
Shilpa Shetty always hits the bullseye with her dressing and is in one word a ‘Style Diva’. Even on her D-day she did not disappoint us with her bridal look. Here dressed in traditional Saree which had Swaroski crystals sewn in the ‘Ambi’ design all over was designed by Tarun Tahiliani. Tarun has always done justice with her look, no one better could have dressed her in the Bridal Trousseau like he did. We loved the look which was enhanced with the use of traditional Kundan, ruby and emerald Jewellery. The Bride was dressed in South Indian attire complete with veil of jasmine flowers ‘Gajra’ adorning her hair but wore the North Indian Chuda and kalire in order to keep up with the Punjabi tradition since she her husband hails from Punjabi background. She has the perfect body to carry on any outfit and all we can say to this bride that you simply look adorable. But I was disappointed when she wore the golden outfit which was a combination of a Saree and an Evening Gown for her Wedding reception.  She looked more like an Oscar trophy rather than a diva. Plus the westernised dress with the Indian Jewellery simply did not blend well.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
Riddhima Kapoor Sahni

 
 
She was famously known as Rishi and Neetu Kapoor’s daughter before her own wedding happened where people took notice of her style and her Bridal outfits. What we liked about Riddhima is that she was different from other traditional Brides. Her Bridal trousseau had a variety of different looks. She wore a beautiful pista green colour with crystal work lehanga teamed with a Corset with plain dupatta fitted as a veil with Diamond and Emerald jewellery on her engagement. Unusual choice better worked really well with her skin tone and her body. For the wedding she wore a red coloured Lehenga with gotta work all over. Riddhima Kapoor Sahni makes our list of Celebrity bride for having originality and an elegance which ‘Kapoor Women’ have always had.

 

 
  Priya Chatwal

 

 
She got married to Vikram Chatwal who is the son of famous hotelier Sant Singh Chatwal. But she took all the attention away from the well-known groom when she came out dressed in outfits designed by Tarun Tahiliani. Baby pink colour was the most least expected colour a bride would wear in India, but Priya made the right choice with her pink organza Lehenga since her pheras as per Sikh customs took place in the morning. But for the Barat the night before she wore a dazzling Red colour Brocade Lehenga with heavy embroidery work. Loved the Jewellery that she wore which included timeless pieces like Rani Haar, Kundan with precious gems, traditional punjabi Matha tikka and of course Chuda with golden Kalire. Part of wedding took place in the exotic Rajasthan and the other half in the capital city New Delhi which was surely the wedding of the year 2006.

 
 
 Aishwarya Rai Bachchan  

The lady needs no introduction  when it comes to Indian Couture. Dressed like a bride as per ‘Bunt’ tradition, Aishwarya looked ravishing in a golden colour Saree designed by Neeta Lulla on her wedding day. The bride was decked in gold, kundan, precious gems and diamond jewellery from head to toe[literally]. Check out her elegant south Indian Matha tikka and baju bandh. We love Indian traditional jewellery since it brings out the best in every Indian girl on her D-day. I loved all the Kanjeevaram Sarees which she wore post her wedding also. I must say that after becoming a ‘Bachchan Bahu’ she has never looked more Elegant. Of course their wedding was a media frenzy but the couple glowed and looked every bit in love.

Karishma Kapoor
To describe Karisma’s style in plain words is difficult but I truly feel that she has been the most ‘Classic’ Celebrity till date. For her wedding she selected the colour Pink for her Bridal Attire which was a perfect choice for a daytime  ceremony. The Lehenga was grand and in accordance to the image of ‘Kapoor’ family. She looked like a ravishing punjabi bride wearing the traditional punjabi chuda and golden kalire. The credit for her look must be given to her Designer Manish Malhotra who got the best out of her by transforming this simple lady to a glamourous Diva of our time.  She has been original throughout with her choice of clothes and hence she is one of my best choice for the Best Celebrity Bride.
 
 
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