The wedding season is here and is in full swing. You’ll find every newspaper and magazine bringing out a Wedding Special Edition. We too, bring forth a wedding special blog post for all the brides-to-be.
The minute your wedding is fixed and dates decided, the first and foremost thought that often runs through a bride’s mind is what to wear and how to look like the best bride anyone has ever seen? And what best way to decide on your style than Bollywood? Brides and Bollywood share a strong relation since the inception of Bollywood.
Bollywood has always brought into vogue the best style statements in the fashion industry of the country. The stunning Bollywood bridal wear by various designers have raised the bar with each passing year, adding a masterpiece on the wish-list of every bride-to-be.
Below we present to you a collection of Bollywood-inspired sarees for your trousseau, which we strongly recommend – from super-sexy to ultra classic, Bollywood has it all! Here they are, in no particular order:
1. The Jawaani-Deewani Look
Movie: Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
We love Deepika Padukone’s look in the song ‘Badtameez Dil’. The simple yet beautiful bordered chiffon saree looked absolutely stunning. This kind of a saree can be worn for an evening party paired with a beautiful pair of stud earrings.
2. The Desi Girl Look
The dazzling gold-beige saree which Priyanka Chopra wore in the song ‘Desi Girl’ was a super-hit! Creating a plain yet glamorous look, this simply amazing kind of a saree is a perfect combo of ethnic and modern look. A perfect attire for a sangeet night.
3. The Sexy Teacher Look
Movie: Main Hoon Na
Sushmita Sen created a rave with her super-hot chiffon sarees which she wore throughout the movie. A perfect attire for a romantic date with your husband. He won’t be able to take his eyes off you, that’s certain.
4. The classic Devdas Look
Traditional Bengali sarees have always been on the wish-list of every Indian woman. And if a dash of glamor is added to it, then it becomes a ‘must-have’ one. Madhuri Dixit and Aishwarya Rai donned a Neeta Lulla traditional-yet-contemporary Bengali saree in the song ‘Dola Re‘ from the movie ‘Devdas‘. A strong recommendation for your bridal trousseau.
5. Sensual-Romantic Look
Movie: Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
When talking about Bollywood-inspired sarees, how can the movie ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham‘ be missed? Designer Manish Malhotra took the saree to a whole new level and it brought back the otherwise not-so fashionable attire into vogue. Be it the heavy-yet-elegant traditional sarees or the chiffon sarees in lovely pastel shades with embellishments that Kajol wore in the song ‘Suraj Hua Madham‘ were simply gorgeous. Either of them would be perfect for a day-time function.
6. The Evergreen Elegant Look
Movie: Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna
Rani Mukherjee looked her sensuous best in designer Manish Malhotra’s sarees with the trendy halter and backless blouses. Refer to the song ‘Tumhi Dekho Na‘ from ‘Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna‘ to pick ideas for your bridal trousseau.
The simple traditional attire – saree, has offered a whole new dimension to the fashion industry. A touch of glamor can turn a simple saree into the most sensational attire. These are just a few of our favorites. If you have more to add to the list, please do let us know as we would love to hear from you about your favorite Bollywood-inspired sarees.