November 29, 2017 8:57:57 pm
From a star-studded cocktail party to a grand reception, Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge who tied the knot on November 23 left no stone unturned to make it an affair to remember. In fact, it can easily pass off as a big fat Indian wedding. But for us, more than the celebrations, their beautiful wedding ensembles were something that caught our fancy, especially the bride’s outfits.
From her blood red Sabyasachi sari to her grey Falguni and Shane Peacock lehenga, all the attires were beautiful and could serve as an inspiration for all brides-to-be. Let’s take a look at what the couple wore.
A blood red Sabyasachi sari for the wedding
While Zaheer Khan looked suave in a pink self-print kurta paired with a white pyjama, it was Sagarika Ghatge who stole the show in a blood red Sabyasachi sari with a minimalist sequin and embroidered border. She matched her outfit with a floral embroidered blouse in a darker shade of red, which added a lot of charm to her look and accessorised it with oxidised silver jewellery and gold and green bridal bangles. A simple low bun and a red bindi rounded out her look.
A beautiful pink lehenga-sari for the evening cocktail party
The couple hosted a cocktail party on the same day, where Ghatge looked gorgeous in a blush pink lehenga-sari that had gotapatti detailing while Khan looked dapper in a black velvet blazer. Here too Ghatge stole the limelight and we think her styling was on point with the the statement jewellery, matha patti and minimal make-up.
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A Falguni and Shane Peacock lehenga for a post-wedding party
Ghatge selected a gorgeous Falguni and Shane Peacock creation for a post-wedding party. The grey lehenga featured golden embellishments all over it, which she teamed with a sleeveless choli and a matching dupatta. Pairing her outfit with a contrasting set of ruby-red earrings, necklace and bracelet, the actor looked breathtakingly beautiful. While most brides would prefer bright-coloured ensembles on such occasions, Ghatge managed to pull off the rather unusual colour thanks to the heavy golden embroidery work.
We also love how she let her glittery outfit do the talking by keeping her make-up minimal. She gave finishing touches to her look with marsala lips and light smokey eyes, styling her hair in a centre-parted, low ponytail.
While Ghatge grabbed all the attention, her husband Zaheer Khan wasn’t far behind as he looked dapper in a classic blue suit paired with a white shirt.
A sea green lehenga by Anita Dongre
Ghatge, who opted for understated elegance throughout her wedding celebrations looked regal in a sea green lehenga by designer Anita Dongre. The fully embroidered lehenga which featured a darker shade of the same green along the border and motifs looked lovely on her along with the matching choli and dupatta. The glowing bride completed her look with a gold and pearl necklace, matching earrings and maang tikka, all from the house of Pinkcity by Anita Dongre. Styled by Vedhika Ghotge, we love the unconventional colour of the lehenga.
Tying her hair into a ponytail, the Chak De! India actor completed her look with neutral make-up, thickly lined eyes and pink lips. Overall, Ghatge’s style exudes elegance and royalty while her husband Zaheer Khan looked handsome in a bright blue kurta-pyjama.
A Sabyasachi lehenga for the grand reception
The Chak De! India actor looked resplendent in a gold and beige Sabyasachi lehenga, which she teamed with a sheer golden dupatta. Relying heavily on accessories, Ghatge wore a statement gold neckpiece, jhumkis, a huge ring and kadas. We like the maang-tikka donned by her and cannot help but admire the royal tone it lent to her ensemble.
A bindi and hair pulled back in a bun complemented her look nicely. There was nothing subtle about the newlywed this time as she went all out with the make-up, opting for a dewy tone and a bold red lip. We love the actor’s no restraint approach and think she nailed her attire.
Zaheer Khan once again opted for a blue and white kurta-pyjama combo paired with black shoes.
They looked good, don’t you think?
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