Bollywood sweethearts Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have been on a temple run as they celebrate their first wedding anniversary by seeking blessings from the Almighty. The beautiful couple tied the knot in 2018 with two wedding ceremonies that were held in Italy - the first following Konkani rituals on November 14, followed by a traditional Anand Karaj ceremony on November 15. The Bollywood superstars are being floored by wishes from their millions of fans, and as always, Deepika's gorgeous choice of ethnic outfits is setting style goals for the season.
Keeping with her regal choice in Indian ethnics, Deepika Padukone once again turned to her favourite fashion designer Sabyasachi to put together her wedding anniversary wardrobe. With red being this season's hottest colour pick in ethnic wear, both of Deepika's outfits were in shades of this classic hue and stayed true to traditional designs. For the couple's visit to Venkateswara Temple in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, Deepika picked a gorgeous red and gold Banarasi saree with floral motifs in zari. She teamed it with statement gold temple jewellery to further elevate her look.
For the couple's visit to the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Deepika wore a heavily embroidered salwar suit by Sabyasachi in maroon and gold. The intricate detailing on the long kurta instantly added to its charm while the dotted patterns on the dupatta completed her look.
Deepika Padukone @deepikapadukone and Ranveer Singh @ranveersingh in Sabyasachi for their anniversary at the Golden Temple, Amritsar @golden.temple From all of us at Sabyasachi, wishing the couple a very happy anniversary. Deepika Padukone styled by @shaleenanathani and assisted by @anjalichauhan16 Deepika Padukone's makeup by @sandhyashekar and hair by @georgiougabriel Ranveer Singh styled by @nitashagaurav Photo Courtesy: @deepikapadukone.closet #Sabyasachi #DeepikaPadukone #RanveerSingh #DeepVeerAnniversary #GoldenTemple #Amritsar #TheWorldOfSabyasachi
Looking for gorgeous Indian ethnic wear to notch up your style closet this wedding season? We say, like your favourite Bollywood stars, go traditional by glamming up in shades of red.
We have put together a list of trendy ethnic outfits in shades of red for you to pick:
Give an update to your ethnic wear looks by taking style inspirations from Deepika Padukone.Comments
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