Gauhar Khan recently starred in a Punjabi movie and gave us quite a few anarkali sightings. While the anarkalis were relatively simple, it’s the colours that caught our attention. Pastel and summer perfect!
What do you guys think?
Pink and blue is a classic combination of sorts. Over the years, various shades from both, Team Pink and Team Blue have gotten together to produce beautiful results.
So we take a look at this classic combination with lighter shades of both colours and draw some inspiration for the incoming summer.
We start off with this gorgeous anarkali lehenga with sorbet shades of blue and pink. Such yummy colours!
(via Designer Studio by AK)
Next, we came across a picture that isn’t even a complete outfit picture, but the colours were enough to get us hooked.
(via Upasana Jaipuria)
How perfect is the lehenga below for the summer bride to wear on her sangeet night? Or the bride/groom’s sister or best friend during the wedding itself. Perfect dose of bling!
(via Shree and Deepthi)
With summer almost here, most of the regular Indian wear takes a back seat. It’s almost impossible to wear those outfits with heavy fabrics and extensive embroideries during the season.
But when a big occasion comes around, you still need to step it up, and that is when prints come to the rescue. They take your look up a notch, whilst still keeping the whole outfit light and summer manage-able.
We bring you a few printed outfits we adore!
(via Ochre Sky)
(via Drape Me Gold)
(via Rutbaa by Kalgi Shah)
How can we forget the Punjabi brides? We know there are lots of you out there, and we bring you some inspiration for your wedding.
PS: We’re mostly covering anarkalis in this post.
Starting with two, heavy, floor length anarkalis. One, Sargun wore for one of her wedding functions and we love the pink colour and two, is a classic red and gold outfit by Pratap Sons.
If you are looking to do heavy, but not floor length, this anarkali Kareena Kapoor wore a while back serves as the perfect inspiration.
But if you are looking to do heavy with not too much bling, below are two perfect options. One, Neha Sharma was spotted wearing (we’re not too sure which designer) and the second is by Anoli Shah.
Confused and looking for a middle path? This anarkali by Aishwarya Design Studio has got the bling, is bride worthy, but still light and lovely.
And if you’re a bride worried about being too bogged down by the heaviness of your outfits, but still want to stand out as a bride, this anarkali by Tarn Tahilliani might just serve as the perfect inspiration. The layers and layers of elegant fabric makes sure you stand out, but the minimal work makes sure you aren’t weighed down by the outfit.
And to end it, we take a look at Sonakshi Sinha’s pink patiala bridal suit from the movie Son Of Sardar. Loving the riot of pink!
This girl has got a pretty cute sense of style. Here’s looking at some of the pretty anarkalis she’s worn and posted photos of, on her Facebook page. Personally, our favourite is the second, pale pink one. So subtle and elegant!
We recently spotted a pretty pink anarkali online from a brand called Aishwarya Design Studio.
The colour and the bling both come together to make this outfit wearable during the day or the night. And the ghera looks lovely! The whole outfit is so pretty and dainty.
PS: We’ll definitely be following this brand and keeping you posted with pieces we like!