If you're a netizen who follows fashion bloggers, then you'd agree that Masoom Minawala needs no introduction. One of the most 'shipped influencers packed with a girl-next-door vibe is a powerful amalgamation that we were not ready for. Always the one to prefer classy, minimal outfits with 50 shades of neutrals, Masoom throws us a curveball every now and then and opts for rich, vivacious colours. And we being crazy followers of her sartorial game, are ever-ready to take notes and give it a hint of personal style, just like her.
Here's her ethnic style file which includes rich jewel tones that we are going to use for our future wedding looks. They're as minimal and classy as they can get, just like per personality. Make sure you style them your way.
The reception look
This scintillating purple pre-draped saree by Amit Aggarwal is a befitting option for a reception look. See how she has draped the pallu over the other hand? Call it convenience, but she sure makes it look good! If you've always wanted to wear a saree but can't quite get the drapes right, go for a pre-draped version like Masoom's here.
The sangeet look
If you wish to go minimal with your lehengas, then, this simple fuchsia lehenga by Anita Dongre is for you. Depending on whether you identify your personal style as minimal or otherwise, you can choose to go easy or heavy-handed with your jewellery and other accessories. We love how Masoom has paired hers with the coveted Jacquemus micro-bag and a multi-strand necklace. Thumbs up!
The haldi look
Modern ceremonies require modern outfits. Exhibit A, this Arpita Mehta top-sharara set with scene-stealing embroidery is what we are bookmarking for our haldi. We can lose the jacket considering the blazing heat.
The sit-down dinner look
If a classy sit-down dinner is a tradition in your family before the big day, then opt for this gorgeous pant-set featuring an OTT ruffle blouse by Avvantikaa S Parwani. You can give it an ethnic touch by pairing it with a chic kundan necklace set.
The cocktail party look
Wear the season's best trends, sequin sarees and ruffles, with your favourite ethnic wear for a contemporary cocktail party look. This ombre blue piece by Siddhartha Tytler and the emerald saree set with an embellished blouse by Avvanikaa S Parwani definitely make the cut to make you the centre of the attention.
The puja-ceremony look
Every family has those customary hours-long pujas before the wedding from which there's no escaping from. So why not opt for something breezy and comfortable? This contemporary red piece from Jade by Monica and Karishma fits the bill perfectly.
The bridesmaid look
If you're planning on curating a set of bridesmaid looks, include this resplendent purple dress with a high-low hem by Kartikeya India to your list. Also, ruffles make everything better, don't they?
The mehendi look
If you're a fan of all things modern, then go by your rules and opt for this daring one-shoulder red lehenga set by Nikhil Thampi for your mehendi ceremony. Since it's your day, you get to have it your way. Since it's an off-shoulder piece, your hands will be free, and that's just what we need.
The all-day ethnic look
Imagine having mehendi all over your hands and you're stuck in the most uncomfortable outfit. It hurts to even visualize that, doesn't it? So opt for this cosy purple kurta set with cigarette pants by Shyam Narayan Prasad that lets you go on about your busy day seamlessly.
Did your penchant for jewel tones elevate by looking at these stunning looks of Masoom Minawala? Let us know in the comments below.