Come, today we introduce you to a bride who wore a dual-toned blue lehenga with light jewelry at her wedding, in which she looked very beautiful. This bride wore a blue colored lehenga for her wedding and completed the look with a double dupatta
With time brides have proved that it is not necessary to wear only a red saree or lehenga at weddings. She can choose any color from the color palette for her outfit and give it a perfect look, but with the changing fashion industry, maintaining your style statement can be a bit difficult. Choosing the best outfits for each ceremony is also a big task.
From Kareena Kapoor’s orange wedding gharara to anushka Sharma’s floral pink lehenga, brides have a lot of options to choose the color of their outfit. Nowadays brides want to make their fashion style statement the most unique. We have found one such bride whose name is Malvika Kehl. She wore a stunning dual-tone patchwork lehenga from the designer collection of ‘Rimple and Harpreet’ on her wedding day. The lehenga had two exotic colors sapphire, wearing which the bride was giving peacock vibes.
Malvika paired her lehenga with a matching choli. It featured a plunging neckline, a lace border, and a unique cut-out at the front. She also opted for two sheer tulle dupattas to complement it. A dupatta made of a net fabric of matching color was slung over her shoulder and another dupatta of baby-pink color with booty work was carried on her head. The bride had chosen Polki jewelry to complete her look. Her jewelry included a unique neckpiece studded with Kundan stones and blue-bead drops, matching maang tikka, long earrings, and a sleek Nath. In addition, he was wearing a white bangle studded with pearls.
Talking about Malvika’s make-up, her ravishing make-up included perfect eyebrows, smokey pink-brown eyeshadow, thick strokes of eyeliner, mascara, and peach pink lipstick. Apart from this, she had chosen a neat bun adorned with colorful roses, in which she looked beautiful as well as stylish. Malavika’s groom, Akshay Dhingra matched his bride in a cream-colored bandhgala suit.