Yellow has been a significant style statement color for brides to choose on their haldi functions and just like that green for Mehendi and red for the wedding. But the brides today are coming out of the comfort zones breaking the shackles of old and conventional thought by picking something modern, trendy, and different. We have seen some celebrity brides recently picking white outfits for their Haldi. It’s truly a bold decision that really needs some courage because it will surely get stained with that yellow ubtan paste and after all what’s a wedding function when there is no masti and drama. Let us see who the brides that brought this new trend are.
Our Latest bride Karishma Tanna
The gorgeous bride Karishma wore a white sharara dress complimenting it with cute ornaments and preferred keeping her makeup low-key and still looked nothing less than a diva. The delightful bridal glow was also worth noticing on Karishma’s face in the event photographs. Along with the stunning photographs in an Instagram post, she wrote a catchy caption “Haldi hai”. The post brought her fans and followers great attention.
Mouni Roy in Spaghetti Strap Chikankari
Mouni Roy decides to go a beautiful white outfit for her Haldi. The strappy attire looked pristine and classy with sophisticated tapestry decked with golden work. It looked appealing with the broad blintz gold foil border that well complemented the look with organza dupatta. It is undoubtedly a remarkable look with gold jhumka and jewelry set with artificial white flowers. Her middle-parted wavy ringlets were open, her eyes looked attractive with winged eyeliner, and peach satin-finished her look.
Bold and Beautiful Katrina Kaif
Katrina Kaif was happiest looking in a stunning pearly organza lehenga with intricate gota and embroidery work with the jewel details. Her adorned blouse attributed a V neck and the skirt has a vertical floral embroidery pattern and a skirt with the Bengal Tiger logo in the waistband. Along with the jasmine garland, floral jewelry, which included jasmine-jhumka, ring, and bangles, from Floral Art by Srishti matched her white organza lehenga and made the diva look like a princess. Katrina wore her sheer organza dupatta, which highlighted gota and marori embroidery that she wore like a cape over her shoulders with a bright pink shawl in a gold border.
Ankita Lokhande in Red Sharara
Ankita Lokhande was also an inspiration for a new bride in a red costume. One can draw major outfit inspiration from the bride-to-be, who picked a red choir rather than a conventional yellow for her haldi function. Ankita chose to tie her hair back in a beautiful bun embellished with half-open for the bridal look.