Celebrity-approved dark-hued outfits for the fall wedding
When it comes to wedding festivities, the baraatis, also, wish to look their best. They choose the best ethnic outfits to leave everyone in awe of their look. The wedding fashion keeps changing with the season. While the winter season sees many velvet outfits, the summer season is all about subtle hues. As we prepare to welcome fall, it’s time to add some dark hued ethnic outfits to your wedding wardrobe.
And when it comes to fashion, we can always count on our favorite celebrities for inspiration. Below are some celebrity endorsed ethnic numbers in dark hues that you need to bookmark.
If you like the color black, then the fall season is a great time to add a black lehenga to your wardrobe. Taking inspiration from Alia Bhatt, you can choose a black lehenga choli with a hint of gold.
If an all-black ethnic outfit can get too dark for wedding season, you can also take inspiration from Katrina Kaif’s floral designs. lehenga.
Do you like Deepika Padukone’s fashion choices? For a fall wedding, recreate Deepika’s gold and dark green shorts kurta and sharara together. Pull your hair up into a neat ponytail and complete your look with trendy earrings.
A chestnut lehenga It might seem odd at first, but we’re sure this Sonam Kapoor-approved look will inspire you to try this color as well.
By taking a page from Alia’s style book, you can also opt for a anarkali kurta in dark blue. By keeping your hairstyle simple, let your outfit do the talking.
Copper and black by Mouni Roy lehenga is also a good option for this season. With a trendy choker necklace, you can easily complete this look.
Those who don’t want to experiment too much with their look can take inspiration from Kajal Aggarwal’s gray. sari. Because this drape is quite simple, you can enhance the look with some heavy jewelry.
While opting for dark-hued outfits, be sure to keep your makeup subtle. A brown and gold eyeshadow palette can be the perfect match.
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