Jennifer Winget is a household name for anyone who watches Hindi soaps. Right from her days of Dil Mil Gaye where she played a doctor, her sharp salwar suits were a rage. When she did Saraswati Chandra, the pretty half sarees and lehengas that she wore are a fashion statement even today.
Jennifer Winget shows us how to rock Indian wear and her style files of these lehenga looks will give you tips on how to ace the ethnic wear look if you ever wondered how to do a perfect girl next door style or something simple yet classy ethnic wear styling.
Popular TV actress Anita Hassanandani turned the bride for a photoshoot and looked stunning in a dark green colored lehenga. The bridal ensemble is a perfect pick for millennial brides and a great color for winter weddings. The lehenga set featured embellishments and embroidery in green color, which added a modern touch to the look.
She wore the lehenga with a full-sleeved blouse. And, when it came to a dupatta, she draped it over her shoulder and head as a veil.
But, we all know that to emulate the looks of her favorite celebrity, a bride would require burning a hole in her pocket, literally!
So ladies, if you too have been on a lookout for the perfect celebrity-like dress for your big day, but do not have a big budget, worry not.
You can steal some tips from the super-smart bride from the telly world, Drashti Dhami, who can give you some cool tips to look stunning.
Drashti wore a super-gorgeous bluish-green colored lehenga choli for a photoshoot of some brand. While the choli was plain with embroidery only on the sleeves, the lehenga had embroidery all over it. The dupatta was of a lightweight fabric and had a sequinned border.