Alia Bhatt to Kareena Kapoor Khan: ALL the celeb approved trendsetting ways to accessorise this wedding season


Alia Bhatt to Kareena Kapoor Khan: ALL the celeb approved trendsetting ways to accessorise this wedding season

When it comes to weddings, everything comes into play. It takes ages to pick out the perfect outfit to wear and all the accessories that go along with it. While clothing is given much more importance, what most don’t realise is that accessories play an equally important role in decking up and looking appropriate for a wedding. Investing in the right kind of accessory ensures you to create starkly different looks to match your clothing.
Here are all the ways you can accessorise, celebrity style!

Alia Bhatt
While you can chose to let your outfit do all the talking, a statement jewellery piece is absolutely necessary when it comes to accessorising. And what better than large chaandbalis, a favourite of Alia Bhatt’s to complete the glamorous yet graceful ethnic look!

Kareena Kapoor Khan
If you want to leave your tresses loose and think they might cover your earrings, opt for the next best option – a neckpiece! Pick out an uncut diamond piece like Bebo did to ensure your neck is not bare.

Deepika Padukone
One of the most versatile accessories to add to your wardrobe, you can never go wrong with a reflector or avaitor pair at a wedding. Pair it with a jumpsuit or lehenga and it will turn your look around from ethnic to glam while protecting you from the harsh sun rays during the day functions.

Sara Ali Khan
Gone are the days when heels would amp us the look. Now, it is all about comfort and stay in something you can not only move around but also dance in. And what better than pretty embellished juttis which are Sara’s go-to footwear even when she is not in an ethnic outfit!

Sonam K Ahuja
Want to stand apart and not go for the basic statement earrings or neckpiece? Take inspiration from Sonam Kapoor on how to sport the matha patti with danglers on it to ensure all eyes are on you during the function. Sonam proves that there is no such thing as OTT in this statement accessory!

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