8 Aditi Rao Hydari Looks You Can Easily Recreate This Wedding Season

Aditi Rao Hydari nails ethnic wear like a boss lady. When it comes to wedding fashion inspiration, she is giving us major fashion goals with a plethora of looks she has donned in the past. Be it your best friend’s wedding, or sister’s, we have got you covered with these 20 looks of Aditi you can recreate! With these looks, you would not find yourself short of inspiration and ideas for wedding outfits this wedding season. So, here we go-to

Recreate this looks with a bright yellow kurta with a skirt. It is just perfect for the mehandi ceremony. Pair it with jhumkas like Aditi and a bright red colored lipstick to add the drama to the look-

 

You can recreate this look by pairing a banarasi or even south silk yellow saree with a fushcia blouse. A pink lipstick with smoky eyes would do the trick-

 

 

A plain blue ombre silk saree with borders would make you look absolutely stunning.

A full-length angrakha kurta in pastel color is a must-have an outfit for the wedding season. It is easy to manage and you want to tie your hair in a bun, that would perfectly go with this outfit-

 

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You know how they say ‘A little black dress’ goes a long way? Well, so does a black kurta (no short though). Recreate this look with a long kurta made of banarasi fabric, a georgette or chiffon dupatta with heavy embroidery at the corners and a Palazzo. Long earrings and red lipstick would make this look class apart.

 

If you plan to go into western, you can try an emerald green or bottle green plain or pleated skirt with either an embroidered blouse or a printed one.

Recreate this look with a heavy embroidered blouse with a Palazzo of the same fabric and a shrug.

 

A lehanga in pastel colours is a big yes, for a girl next door look-

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