Sunaina Khera, who runs her eponymous label and needs no introduction for anyone who isn’t a noob in the wedding fashion space, just got married in a monochromatic red wedding dress – styled with elegance and doused in diamonds. Khera started her label in 2016 and has become an established brand and a go-to for brides-to-be. Her collection ranges from dresses to gowns and lehengas to blazer dresses, her motto is about creating a statement outfit without compromising on minimalism and elegance. The collection is mainly done on flowy, rich fabrics like organza, satin, crepe, and tulle, and is characterized by exquisite embroidery done with sequins, pearls, aari beads, or handwork comprising feminine elements. Naturally, her wedding lehenga was a reflection of this idea:
A Timeless Red Lehenga
Inspired by Priyanka Chopra’s wedding lehenga, the monochromatic red bridal attire has been a popular pick among brides. It’s minimalistic, timeless, and can be twisted to your favorite version by molding the beads, threadwork, or sequins work on the top. Khera, for example, chose to embellish her lehenga with floral and foliage embroidery. She combined her lehenga skirt with a sleeveless blouse with a sweetheart neckline and went for a single dupatta draping style wherein the dupatta was attached to the bridal bun and also had a trail.
Beauty-wise, she went for a dewy, flawless makeup base with rosy cheeks and nude lips. The hair was tied in a sleek bun but opened later for the reception party! Jewelry-wise, Khera doused herself in solitaire jewels. From a solitaire necklace to solitaire bangles to two chunky solitaire rings, she opted for amazing baubles to complement her attire. The red chura added to the traditional essence of the Indian bride as well. Her beau Mridul wore an ivory sherwani for the wedding and changed to a black bandhgala for the party. Below, find all the pictures from the ceremony released yet!
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