Let Meghana Lokesh Give You Easy Peasy Traditional Outfit Ideas This Wedding SeasonBollywood
Don’t want to waste time managing your kurta or dupatta at marriage functions? Let the Kalyana Vaibhogam star be your saviour.
Tired of repeating your outfits at every wedding function? Hate the typical lehenga-cholis? If your answers for both are yes, get set to take fashion tips from the diva Meghana Lokesh. The lead actor of Kalyana Vaibhogam and Raktha Sambandham, Meghana is a household name. On screen, she may play the girl-next-door, but off it, she is a fashionista. And there’s so much style inspo you can take from her.
This wedding season, feel free to ditch the same old dresses with dupattas and gear up for something brand new that is fashionable, trendy and qualifies as traditional too.
If dresses are your thing but you want to give them a twist, opt for an Anarkali dress instead, like Meghana. All it takes is one long kurta that doubles up as a dress/gown. You can play around with the print and fabric. As for accessories, you keep them simple. Maybe just wear a kada, a neckpiece or long jhumkas. Not a fan of minimal styling? Go full on bling.
If you are in the mood to experiment with your outfit, try this chic yet fun outfit that Meghana wore. A long printed kurta with an extra high slit paired with a printed chudidar is both comfortable and stylish.
A wedding party you cannot miss? Check out what Meghana is wearing in the photo above. All you need is a long and preferably fancy kurta. Pair it with a thick waist belt and add a dose of glam with make-up and a funky hairdo.
Redefine simplicity with this outfit idea from Meghana. Take your most basic lehenga, pair it with a blouse, a short kurta or a jacket. Stick to simple dewy make-up and let your hair down. If you plan on going heavy with accessories, this is the perfect outfit.
Saving the best for the last. Compared to the others, this blush pink and off white ensemble may look like a task to put together, but it will definitely make you look like a million bucks. The best part of this outfit is that you do not have to worry about being careful about the dhoti-lehenga or the dupatta. Because it is all stitched together. Go and shine on.
For some more inspiration from the telly diva, head to ZEE5 and catch up on her shows Kalyana Vaibhogam and Raktha Sambandham.