Do you know who all the guests are eyeing after the bride? Groom! Err. Wrong answer! It’s the sister of the bride. Everyone wants to know who she is and that definitely brings to attention her clothing and overall styling as well. Naturally, her fashion game needs to be strong!
Being the sister of the bride, you are emotional and excited at the same time. It’s hard to put your feelings into words. You are ecstatic that your sister is getting her happily ever laughter but a little sad because she won’t be around as much! Yes, the jokes you made about her going to sasural are now a reality and they don’t seem that funny anymore, do they?
What’s more! Along with these emotions comes a huge set of responsibilities. Sister of the bride is the one who is the rock behind the bride’s calm! And that takes a lot to do. On top of that, there is the pressure to look your best too.
And today, we are here to ease some of that stress. Simran’s utterly gorgeous looks are the perfect sister of the bride inspiration you can come across. From her outfit to jewellery and makeup, everything was on-point and perfect. If you are going to be a sister of the bride (or groom) soon, start pinning and bookmarking, you will need them after this quarantine is done and dusted with:
Starting off with the bachelorette, Simran wore an elegant sequined dress from Zara and heels from BCBgeneration.
Commencing the wedding revelries, Simran was spotted wearing mint yellow garara set and looked simple yet beautiful for the Pooja ceremony.
As for the cocktail, Simran was seen sporting a contemporary outfit that consisted of a high slit skirt and a sequined blouse.
Making a style statement yet again, Simran was seen in a customised hot pink lehenga for her sister’s mehendi. Look at those latkans though!
For Sangeet, Simran wore a champagne gold lehenga with an off-shoulder blouse by designer Ayushi Bhasin. Her hair was styled like Deepika Padukone’s wet head look and for her makeup, she opted for a fresh face, shimmery eyes and a red lip.
Simran started off the day of her sister’s wedding with a customized dhoti-style outfit and looked pretty as ever!
And then came the most scintillating look of them all! Simran’s wedding day sister of the bride look is definitely one for the keeps. It’s not too extra yet does its job of stealing the limelight. Wearing an appealing pastel-hued lehenga and styling it perfectly with a diamond maangtikka and necklace, Simran was literally sister of the bride goals.
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