When we think of weddings, the first thing that comes to our mind is a woman dressed in a bridal lehenga. However, one woman broke this norm on her wedding day, and we have to say she looked stunning.
Bride Sanjana Rishi is taking the internet by storm by sporting a never-before-seen look on any Indian bride. She wore a powder blue pantsuit on her wedding and managed to slay the look and how. She took to Instagram to share pictures from her wedding day, and since then, they have gone crazy viral.
Take a look:
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Unprecedented vibes … Who says bridal looks have to fit a mould, cultural or otherwise? The only thing a look must fit (other than your body) is your personality! I wanted to choose a wedding outfit that encapsulated my style but also stayed true to my commitment to supporting sustainability, local artisans and ethical shopping. I think I did great! Something old: These earrings I stole from @salonikotwal & @_rangana Something new: My stunning jewelry, put together by @anumerton and talented artisans in basically 4 days & this custom made-to-order #veilpatta by @toraniofficial Something borrowed: My bustier, which belonged to my best friends’ (@instagirma + @stop_youplay2much) mom, hand dyed by a frantic me the night before the wedding using old coffee. Something blue: The beyond gorgeous Pre-owned #GianfrancoFerre powder blue pantsuit of my dreams I’m never going to get over how I look and feel in this outfit! #pantsuitnation #bride #sustainablefashion #sustainableclothing #sustainability #slowfashion #slowfashionmovement #vintagefashion #vintageclothing #handmadejewelry #secondhandfashion #indianbride #indianbridal
Not only that, Sanjana even opted to go for an ethical and sustainable ensemble for the day. According to her post, instead of spending tons of money on her wedding outfit, she opted to wear a pre-owned Gianfranco Ferre powder blue pantsuit.
In addition to that, the earrings that she wore with the outfit were her friend’s. Even the bustier was borrowed and she dyed it the night before her nuptials using old coffee. The only new thing in her bridal look was the rest of her jewellery and the custom-made scalloped embroidered veil by Torani.
Sanjana styled the vintage suit by opting for chic and sophisticated vibes. She went for middle-parted sleek bun, glittery eye-shadow, minimal make-up and nude lipstick.
After Sanjana shared the image, netizens loved her whole idea. The post managed to gain more than 4.7k likes. This minimalist and sustainable look impressed the internet, and they took to the comments section to say the same.