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Sister of the groom: Meet Chitwan

BY The WMG Bride | 24 Apr, 2015 | 15863 views | 3 min read

Today's sister of the groom goes from understated , elegant chic on the wedding day to all out glam on the reception and we absolutely love how different she looks at each event. Those reception outfits- super edgy, and fashion forward and that keyhole cutout high neck blouse gives an edgy, modern feel to the outfits. Chitwan gives us a great style lesson for sisters- keep it simple, without ornate embellishments- but play around with silhouettes and accessories.

The Sagan

01-bluegown (2)02-bluegown (1) Since the sagan is basically a paath, my outfit had to be slightly conservative. I wore a mint and navy long kurta, with a little gold  work on the front, big slits on the side, and wide legged mint pants under it. For all the dancing to the dhol in the evening, the outfit was just perfect. To make it fun, I added an oversized pearl maang tikka I got from an exhibition in Chandigarh and two mother of pearl bangles by Ritika Sachdeva. Since I hardly wear elaborate jewellery, I borrowed a pair of delicate diamond jhumkas from my mother's closet. Outfit by The Vintage Closet by Vidya Varma , Delhi . Contact: +91 98-18-050758

The Wedding

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Love that delicate hair accessory!

goldjacket (1) 06-Weddingkkk The wedding was on a chilly January morning, so I wanted my outfit to keep me warm all day. I decided on a long beige and gold jacket, with a coral dupatta and matching wide coral sharara pants. What I liked about the outfit was the subtlety of the muted gold jacket and how it fit me. The coral accents added the right bit of color that I wanted. Unfortunately, I don't have any full length pictures showing the pants. My  wrists and neck were all covered to keep me warm, so my only jewellery option was a pair of earrings. I chose ruby, diamond and pearl chaand balis, also from my mother's closet. To complete the look, I wore a pearl headband as an accessory to my messy braid. Outfit from Kalakriti by Navneet ( +91 98999 92400)  , Hair and Makeup by Image by Ekta Daaga

The reception

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How chic are these two sisters? Both outfits by the same designer mentioned below

I wanted to wear something that stood out, but wasn't too bright. I wore a velvet cropped top with gold work on the neckline. To complement that, I added a pair of long tasseled gold and crystal earrings with a matching hand harness (both pieces from an exhibition in Chandigarh). This was definitely my favorite outfit from this wedding. The keyhole neck, the square cut of the back and the big poofy gold skirt were the parts I loved the most. Outfit by Saiba M Couture, Hair and Makeup by Bobby Chopra

Photography credits: Photozaapki for Filmy Shaadi.

 
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