9 Wedding Looks To Steal From These Bloggers


Weddings are around the corner and we cannot keep calm. The most difficult part to decide is the attire for any wedding function. The Internet has definitely made our lives way too easy: from providing all the services in a click to giving us major fashion inspirations. We spend hours stalking our fashion bloggers. Today, Wedding Affair brings some wedding looks from your favourite bloggers which you can experiment while attending your next wedding function. 

1. Cheer The Sheer


This sheer monochrome look is just the best option for any cocktail party. Keep it simple with just a pair of silver earrings. 

2. InspiRED


Going little extra will never harm you. Look at this beautiful red outfit worn by our gorgeous Ahsaas Channa. It is a plain lehenga with embroidery in the edges.  She made it look even more elegant with minimum jewellery. 

3. Anarkali Disco Chali


Long anarkali suits will never go out of style. Even if you choose a simple anarkali, it will definitely make you look surreal. You can team up your anarkali with palazzo, sharara or simple straight pants. 

4. Vintage Feels


Bring that black and white era back with this polka dot saree. Even if you don’t wear heavy jewellery, it will still look elegant. See how Roshni has given an edge to this look with big round shades. 

5. It Was All Yellow


Going monochrome is definitely a millennial thing. And with a happy colour like yellow, it becomes more fun. Check Riya Jain’s all yellow look with a grey dupatta. You can mesmerise everyone in your haldi ceremony.

6. Girl Next Door


Komal Pandey has never disappointed us with her style sense. She has been posting some really majestic traditional outfit inspirations on YouTube and Instagram. For this look, she paired a red blouse with a floral skirt. Her red dupatta and jewellery are complimenting the look. 

7. More Is Hot


We have seen Kusha making us laugh with her videos. But we’d all agree that her fashion sense is impeccable. Look how royal she looks with a cotton saree and a peplum blouse. 

8. Keep It Simple


Enjoy your day hassle-free, without worrying about the dupatta. With statement earrings, this purple colour will do wonders on your mehendi night. 

9. Go Bold


Pair your dark coloured long skirt with a really short crop top. You can choose a blouse with heavy work and pair that up with heavy jewellery. 

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