Red Carpet Bride in Varun Bahl: Mint-Green Madness!
BY Latha Sunadh | 25 Nov, 2016 | 2520 views | 2 min read
It's time once again for the showcase of beautiful textures and bridal shoots. Our third bride from the Varun Bahl Red Carpet Bride is here and boy, is it fun? Naiya, our newest bride-to-be knows a thing or two about carrying off a pastel hue with elan. Add bold and colourful kundan jewellery and you have yourself a glamorous bride.
The seafoam-mint green anarkali with a layered jacket and sheer dupatta by Varun Bahl is so so new. The colourful embroidery on the dupatta takes it up a notch but the clincher is the double-layered self-embroidered anarkali. The good thing is that, the bride-to-be also doubled up in a marsala lehenga with beautiful embroidery and a fun blouse!
Makeup by Shruti Sharma and photography by Aviraj Saluja Photography kept the focus strongly on the bride and her wonderful looks. Take a look! P.S we are loving the neat and subtle maatha patti that came with beads and beautiful stones.
- Lehenga: Floral embroidery mint anarkali in a jacket style and Marsala lehenga with a gold sequin blouse
- Jewellery: Multi-coloured maatha patti, Navratna choker, pearl necklace and traditional jhumkas, all by Gem Palace
- Photography: Aviraj Saluja Photography
- Makeup & Hair: Shruti Sharma Makeup
- Lehenga price: 3.5 Lakhs + Taxes
"I'm getting married in the second week of December and this was the perfect opportunity to get a pre-run to the big day. Though I had an extremely late night the day before, I managed to make it to the shoot and Varun Bahl put me in a stunning mint-coloured floor length gown. The whole look was just elevated with a multi-coloured choker and jhumkas. Shruti was amazing and did my makeup beautifully and sher was super helpful too. Aviraj helped put me at ease and gave me directions on how to pose. I actually got to try out two different looks - one was the mint jacket and the other was a deep, marsala-coloured velvet lehenga which was perfect for winter brides which is coming soon," explains Naiya.