Sister of the bride style: Meet Rakshita
BY The WMG Bride | 12 Mar, 2015 | 5220 views | 2 min read
Before we start this, hope all of you have checked out our newest wedding featured on the gallery yesterday here - fairytale stuff that wedding is made of . However todays sister of the bride feature takes us to Karnataka and we are so excited to have a south Indian sister of the bride feature for the first time on WedMeGood. From a traditional sari from Nalli, to an all out glam gown for the reception, Rakshita experimented with different kinds of looks on all three events. One thing we love about her style are the effortless accessories- a simple necklace with chains and just a watch with her lehenga-sari !
Rakshita says "For the Sangeet I wore a Tarun Tahiliani lehenga saree . I was in love with this beautiful ready to wear red ombre Lehenga saree from the first time I saw it . "
Price: Approx 70K
"For the wedding I wore a traditional South Indian kanjiwaram saree from nalli . I paired it will South Indian traditional jewellery"
We love how this simple silk saree was given a modern twist with that wide, low neckline blouse and fitted sleeves. Super chic.
"For the reception I wanted A glam look so I wore a well draped rusted gold Gaurav Gupta saree gown, I got the most compliments for this look"
Last picture by : Photosynthesis by Aditi
Love the cowl back of this outfit !
Are you a sister of the bride with style? Whether you shopped from Chandni Chowk or were a couture goddess , we want to know. Write in to firstname.lastname@example.org with photos.
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