Newlywed Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor have remained the talk of the town since they tied knots in an intimate ceremony in the presence of family and close friends. Apart from being popular among fans for their on-screen performances, the power couple is also known for their uber-chic styling sense. For their wedding bash, the two chose to wear some sassy Western outfits and appeared glamorous. Alia picked a silver sparkly Oscar de la Renta mini dress and looked stylish as ever. Her sequined embroidered cocktail dress showcased a deep scoop neckline and ruffled skirt that came with a shiny texture. The outfit screamed party from miles away because of its sparkling touch. For this, she ditched accessories and let her outfit do all the talking. With minimal makeup, she styled her tousled hair in a middle-parted pattern.
Each and every outfit that Alia Bhatt wore for her wedding festivities cast a spell on the onlookers. For her mehendi, she decided to wear a fuchsia pink lehenga with intricate golden work pairing it with a blouse embellished in real gold and silver nakshi and kora flowers and vintage gold metal sequins from Kutchh. She added heavy jewellery to complete the look. Alia went for a kundan necklace in emerald, a statement maangtika, and rounded off her look with minimal makeup. The Manish Malhotra couture was a personalised creation with 180 textile patches that were woven together using a couture technique of cross-stitches with three tar and six tar anchors.
Alia Bhatt looked so beautiful at her wedding that her ethnic avatar from the big day has been deeply etched in our minds and hearts. The actress dazzled in a breathtakingly gorgeous white and gold Sabyasachi saree that came along with a veil draped over her head. She amplified her look further with a heavy stone studded choker necklace, bangles and a charming headgear. On the beauty front, she remained loyal to her radiant natural glow as a bride and set a new trend for the brides-to-be.
For a post-wedding party, Alia Bhatt picked a beautiful red anarkali suit. She pulled her hair back in a pony. For accessories, she took the minimalistic route and just picked a maang tika.
Alia Bhatt never fails to give us some major ethnic goals. For Diwali, she picked a polka-dotted bandhani lehenga by Sabyasachi. With that, she picked a tie-around blouse that featured a plunging neckline. For accessories, she wore statement earrings in bright contrasting orange.
Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor are always on our style radar.Comments