The Deepika Padukone starrer Padmavati has been having its share of success with the magnum opening of the film’s trailer.
The film maker and the duo designers Rimple and Harpreet Narula have carefully designed each outfit featured in the movie, keeping in mind the culture, heritage, and background of the Rajput culture.
With the wedding season around the corner, everyone is planning their outfits. Why not take inspiration from the on-screen Rajput queen herself? Here are some looks from the film that you can recreate for your sister’s wedding:
1. Sangeet Party
Ghoomar, the folk dance of the Rajputs has been performed with dignity and grace by Deepika Padukone. She is seen wearing a vibrant colored lehenga ornamented with hand woven embroidery. Looking spectacular, her look is completed with heavy jewelery.
You can wear a vibrant shaded designer lehenga saree for your sister’s sangeet and dance on this folk number.
2. Mehendi Function
The Mehendi function is one of the most favorite and important functions during a wedding. You would want to look your best for this function, of Course! Well this look from Padmavati is what you need. Donning a light multi-colored hue lehenga, Deepika looks impeccable with a floral embroidered blouse.
3. Haldi Function
The simplicity of this costume says it all! Deepika Padukone looks thrilling in this light-hued outfit. It flaunts a chic gota work along the dupatta that gives it a stylish and ethnic look. Complemented with light jewelery and a nose ring, this look makes Deepika look like the elegant Rani Padmavati.
Adapt the shade of this look and wear a kurta and lehenga set for the haldi function.
4. Wedding Function
Deepika Padukone looks like a goddess in this vibrant colored lehenga. Hand embroidered with intricate detailing, this look is one of the best in the film. Her look is completed with an amazing neckpiece and huge nose ring that gives the ensemble a stunning feel.
Recreate these looks with LIVA, a fluid fabric that will feel gorgeous against your skin, even as you run around completing your wedding-related duties.
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