Katrina Kaif and Isabelle Kaif set Indian bridal style targets in lovely marriage ceremony lehenga seems to be


Those planning on hitchhiking this summer have new inspirations in bridal fashion. Katrina Kaif may not have walked down the aisle yet, but in character life she turned into the most beautiful Indian bride for a recent Kalyan Jewelers campaign. For the shoot, Katrina looked in a blushing pink lehenga from Dolly J that featured heavily embellished with all over red reflections. A sheer dupatta was wrapped around her and mehendi on her forearms added to the bride’s majesty. Her bangles, the layered necklace set, Haath Phool and Maang Tikka in shades of red, green and pink rounded off Katrina Kaif’s wedding style.

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On the other hand, Katrina Kaif’s sister, Isabelle Kaif, wasn’t far behind either. In her latest Instagram post, the stylish younger sister posed in a red Ritu Kumar lehenga with fluttering short sleeves, a gold-woven blouse with a plunging neckline and a pleated lehenga skirt. Whether you want to take the traditional wedding fashion route like Katrina or look like a modern bride like Isabelle, these sisters have it all for you.

Katrina has long set goals for her ethnic outfits. During the previous Christmas season, she literally glowed as she wore an ombre-toned sequin saree by Manish Malhotra with gold jewelry. With waves in her hair, bronze-colored makeup for smoky eyes and contoured cheeks completed her look.

She advocated an ethnic floral style when she twisted a white floral lehenga from Sabyasachi that she paired with straight hair and dangling earrings.

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