Bookmark These 'Kalank' Promotions Looks For The Next Wedding You Have To Attend
01/5The Women of ‘Kalank’ are always dressed to the nines!
In case you already didn’t know this, Bollywood is going to see a big release, and the cast of film is out and about promoting the film. And while they’re at it, they are serving us looks after looks. If you don’t live under a rock, (and have read the above heading) you know we’re talking about ‘Kalank.’ While the women of Kalank are out promoting the film, you will find them almost exclusively clad in ethic, Indian or Indo-western ensembles. Lucky for us, it has served up some much needed inspiration for the summer-wedding season. Ahead are some looks by the women of ‘Kalank’ that we think will make perfect fit for wedding guests (in case you have been invited to any!)readmore
Unlike Western weddings, the wedding guests in India CAN wear white! (The Indian bride usually wears red.)Alia Bhatt’s white anarkalli is just what you need to look graceful for an early morning wedding. It will keep you breezy and poised even when the temperature goes up high.readmore
For the Mehendi night, a sleeveless, sans-dupatta ensemble makes perfect sense as it doesn’t come in between while you’re getting your henna done. But Sonakshi’s black and white Anita Dongre is perfect not only because of that but also because of its dark hue are more forgiving for henna stains.readmore
A bright yellow ensemble for haldi is an unwritten rule in the Indian Wedding Fashion book. It perfectly complements the mood and camouflages haldi stains, if any. Madhuri’s yellow sharara is one such. Brownie points, the hue looks great on all Indian skintones!readmore
When drinks are poured and you’re expected to dance all night, you need an outfit that makes you feel sexy and all also comfortable all night all long. If you get over your pre-conceived notions, saree is the perfect choice. Take notes from Sonakshi Sinha for making this rather simple ruffled saree turn heads.readmore