Do you remember our viral bride Isha Multani? If not, these pictures will ring some bells.
She first became the talk of the town with her Garba night look in a lush Debyani & Co. lehenga. It went viral within minutes of getting uploaded. Generally, one or two trousseau looks of brides go viral - but for Isha all of her eye-catchy ensembles accompanied by such impeccable styling had ours and everyone’s undivided attention instantly. This Mumbai-based beauty got featured on all the wedding blogs as well as major magazines & news publishing houses like TOI.
See her wedding blog here.
The orange-red lehenga with blue blouse was such a unique combination
Debyani is known to create couture that’s effortless to carry and glamorous to wear. Her lehengas boasts of an aesthetic blend of colors and intricate craftsmanship making them timeless pieces you can pass onto generations. Debyani describes her ensembles to be “for the discerning woman who loves to dress up, no matter the occasion”. And isn’t this perfectly reflected in her outfits. Like this lehenga would make an ideal pick for Garba night but also for your Sangeet function or down the road for any festive occasions.
Isha let her dream team bestow their magic
The collaboration included some of the best in the wedding industry. Hair styling maestro Ritika put her tresses into a puffy ponytail hairstyle - a bridal favorite this season. She added a puff to the crown so as to accentuate the maangtikka. The makeup was done by popular Jaipur bridal makeup artist Bianca Louzado, known to make brides look like the best version of themselves on their big day. Her makeup doesn’t steal away from your natural beauty, just adds a splendid appeal to it.
Next, her kundan-meena jewellery was sourced by Mumbai-based Anmol Jewellers. A revered name in the jewel industry, their classic designs and skilled artisanship is sure to make you stand out. The photoshoot was done by The Wedding Story, a brand name that needs no introduction. Set amidst the majestic surroundings of Four Seasons, Mumbai, the backdrop served as a superb landscape for the shoot.
There’s so much to get inspired from
Isha’s lehenga was a blend of red and orange, two colors considered to be most auspicious in Indian culture. The blouse and dupatta were a contrasting blue shade. Crafted with intricate hand embroidery with elements of Mughal era, her ensemble is a true vision. She completed the look with dewy makeup and a nude lip. Opting for an easy-going, stunning lehenga set opens the options to re-wear it on other occasions, giving you a peace of mind while shelling out the money. Just refashion the makeup, hair and jewellery according to the event, and you’re all set to go!
Ahead, we are including the complete pictures from the shoot.
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