Sonam Kapoor’s sartorial legend is the stuff glossy magazine covers are made of. There’s rarely a red carpet appearance when she doesn’t slay and, just in time for shaadi season, SeenIt can help you score her enviable outfits. The best bit? They won’t burn too deep a hole in your lehenga.
Whether it’s for the sangeet or the wedding ceremony – here our some of our favourite Sonam Kapoor looks, easy to recreate thanks to SeenIt’s wedding collection.
There are two types of mehendis – the daytime brunch scene or a more elaborate, grandiose function. Either way, we have you covered. Shop this co-ord floral lehenga for a casual look – we recommend that you accessorize with silver jhumkis and a Martini.
If the mehendi is more formal, how about this brocade fuchsia lehenga? Lose the maang-tika and pair it with simple studs and gold juttis.
When hunting for the ideal sangeet outfit, prioritise comfort so that you can dance away into the wee hours of the night. That doesn’t necessarily mean boring, and Sonam Kapoor is proof. Take inspiration from her black and white saree, draped like a lungi, and add a dash of glam with a big, beautiful neck piece.
If that’s all a bit too much, reinvent the classic combination of black with gold and wear this crop top, a shimmery skirt, a gorgeous dupatta and statement earrings. A cat-eye is customary, we feel.
Add a bit of colour to a winter wedding with this gorgeous red anarkali and a silk dupatta – if you are going to colour block, take inspiration from this outfit. We’d pair this with a show-stopping maang tika and a polki ring.
Alternatively, we love this more demure beige lehenga, with a dainty choli. Keep your makeup minimal and choose one accessory to be the star of your look.
For a red hot reception look, look no further than this stunning lehenga-choli. The cape lends a touch of modernity, while the lehenga itself is heavily embroidered and traditional. Keep everything else as minimal as possible – the outfit steals the show all by itself.
In contrast, this unconventional anarkali makes quite a statement, especially when paired with an off-white lehenga. The printed anarkali is decorated with interesting elements and we love how contemporary it is. A bindi is enough accessory, we feel.
You can shop these looks, as well as more celeb-inspired wedding outfits, on SeenIt’s impressive collection here.
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