Anita Dongre is known for her intricate prints, delicate embroideries and comfortably light-weighed lehengas. This was the reason why we chose this talented designer to offer you all the inspiration that you might need this season. With the wedding season already commencing, we couldn’t resist taking inspiration from none other than her. However, this one is only for the equally special bridesmaids. For all the brides reading this, you probably already know what you are going to wear. For all the bridesmaids reading this, you have come to just the right place!
Athiya Shetty wore this look by Anita Dongre very recently. Since Priyanka Chopra wore an all-red Sabhyasachi for her wedding, the colour red seems to have become the obvious choice. Yes, even for bridesmaids. The same look was also worn by Jacqueline Fernandez for Elle’s November cover shoot. Both styled it very differently and yet very beautifully. The red of the lehenga is not as bright to outshine the bride, so don’t worry about flaunting it!
Like we have already mentioned earlier, Anita Dongre’s prints are one of a kind and her recent collection is a proof of the same. The collection featured a variety of patterns, shades of blue and indigo being the most dominant ones. Print on print is a trend that is still very popular with ethnic wear in fact it has only now started gaining momentum. Try this look by Anita Dongre which is perfect for any of the day events.
This particular set is taken from Anita Dongre’s Winter/Festive 2019 Collection. The green velvet lehenga and sharara set is perfect for the winter weddings. The fabric and the silver embroidery make it perfect for night time events. Moreover, the collection features a lot of different silhouettes within the same umbrella to choose from. You can go for a lehenga, a sharara, a plazzo suit and even a jumpsuit. Make your choice!
This look is a blast from the past. Kiara Advani wore an all-white outfit which was from a sustainable collection that Anita Dongre did ages ago. It was in collaboration with the North-East artisans of India. This particular look is something we can all take inspiration from. It would make for a perfect mehendi outfit!
Alia Bhatt has adorned Anita Dongre’s designs on so many occasions that it became quite difficult for us to choose. Our personal favourites were when she wore Anita Dongre shararas for the promotion of her film “Kalank”. The film may not have done well at the Box Office, but it did leave us with so many fashion moments that we are thankful for!