We loved This RED Sharara Worn By This BEAUTIFUL Sikh Bride || SIKH VOGUE

  • Edited by TOI
  • Dec 10, 2019

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Indian brides are taking over the world of bridal fashion thanks to the choicest of ensembles they don on their d-day and no one’s complaining. From gorgeous wedding lehenga to breathtaking saris, lovely salwar suits to pretty shararas, Indian brides are making a serious case for exotic wedding ensembles. And, Sikh brides are absolutely taking a lead when it comes to setting a trend. We came across a beautiful Sikh bride who floored us with her lovely red sharara.

Real bride Bride Sheena Josan stunned us in her regal red and gold sharara by ace bridal designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her wedding held at Gurudwara Singh Sabha, Edmonton, Canada.

The sharara’s bright red hue proved to be the perfect shade for Sheena’s wedding day ensemble. The ensemble features trademark Sabya gold work. The outfit also featured two dupattas.

Sheena accessorised her look with a choker necklace, jhumkas, a maang tikka, nath, haath phool, kaleeras and the traditional chooda.

The handsome groom matched up to the charm of his lovely bride in a traditional ivory sherwani which he teamed up with a black and gold stole, a gold dupatta, a white turban, a traditional sword and brown leather mojaris.

We loved Sheena’s regal look which almost told a tale of the old world charm through a new-age bride. Tell us how did you like it in the comment section below.

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