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With the lockdown gradually easing up, you’re bound to receive wedding invitations with little time to shop. If you’re going to be late or won’t be able to make it to the wedding, don’t blame your outfit. Who better than the birthday girl, actress Disha Patani, to help you out with foolproof sartorial pieces of advice to keep your outfits ready before the infinite number of RSVPs spam you? Her choice of wedding-ready silhouettes is everything wholesome. They’re a blend of pastels and vibrant hues (with white being a must-have), well-fitted clothing, and heavily embellished.
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Pastels are constantly in style because of their ability to make a statement. The Baaghi 2 actor wore a highly embroidered lehenga outfit by Falguni Shane Peacock, which was ideal for a daytime wedding. It had a corset-like strappy blouse with silver beads and thread embroidery, and the skirt had flowery designs.While the dupatta is an absolute winner that was outlined with feather details.
What shines brighter than wedding lights? Allow your lehenga set to be the solution. Disha looked stunning in a melon pink lehenga made of raw silk. It was embellished with Resham embroidery and zardozi accents. The sleeveless V-neck shirt was covered in multi-colored sequins, with cut dana work on top.
Looking to ditch the lehengas? Here’s your sharara selection. The Radhe actress donned a mint green ensemble that included a short top and floor-length slacks with all-over embroidery. Isn’t it true that the tiered ruffle detailing are to die for?
This is how a saree theft should seem. Disha chose a pastel chrome appliqué saree that was highly embellished with silver threads and mirror work. She teamed the saree with a plunging neckline shirt to add to its allure.
Tired of wearing western gowns? Wear a Rohit Bal organza anarkali gown for a classic look. Disha was dressed in an ivory organza gown by Mohit Rai, which had ribbon patchwork, appliqué embellishments, and a deep neckline.
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