Over the years Alia Bhatt has aced many looks. From modern to traditional, street style to gym and casual to extravagant looks, she has been talk of the town for every one of them and now she clearly knows that nothing can go wrong at all with an old charm. Her recent bridal look with the most traditional essence in the recently release Kalank has made everyone a fan of her vintage sharara and how gracefully she carried it in the wedding scene. The royal aesthetic look in the 70’s based movie was actually an inspiration from previous wedding outfits worn in yesteryears.
In the nikkah scene, Alia Bhatt was seen wearing deep red sharara set with two neck pieces which also included a rani haar made of pearls. Moreover, her overall nikkah look was styled with a passa, maang tikka and a nath.
If you remember Raazi Movie, you can say that Alia Bhatt is the girl who can pull every traditional bridal look. Her brocade sharara set was paired with a sea green tulle dupatta and it was finished on the edges with gota patti in deep red shade and the whole dupatta was embroidered with flowers to give an elegant look. Her delicate nose ring with subtle Smokey eyes and deep red lipstick did not overshadow her look. Moreover, the ruby jewelry pieces with beads added more charm to her overall look.
Alia has also inspired people with her south Indian bridal look in 2 states and also in Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania where she went with all embellished look and made everyone awed.
Well you must be wondering that how you can style your wedding look with a vintage touch like Alia Bhatt. Remember, when it is a special occasion, you can always lift your simple look to a vintage level with first using the handed down bridal jewelry and heirloom wedding wear. You can always pair the dress with the delicate nose ring or if it goes well, you can carry a nath made of beads or pearls. Soft Smokey eyes with red lips can elevate your outfit to another level. Rani Haar always look vintage and give every bride a certain elegance which enhances her royal look for the special occasion.
My sister was married lately. Although she did not carried that all traditional look and was dressed on her wedding day in a contemporary outfit but she also wanted to add some traditional element to her attire. This is why, she chose to carry a hand embroidered orange-red dupatta as something borrowed and traditional from our mother. This was the dupatta, our mother wore on her wedding day in 60’s. It definitely added that vintage element to her overall look which was missing. So, you do not have to go with all traditional elements, even sometimes, just one or two pieces are enough to complement the look which every new bride wants to showcase on her big day. I hope to see you brides carry these traditional look on your wedding day.