Whether it is Kareena Kapoor with the crop top from Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001) or Manisha Koirala’s beautiful white lehenga with golden strips from film Bombay (1995), Bollywood iconic outfits has always been in trend. During that time, those lehengas topped the stylish carts of fashion.
But, hey wait, who says they are outdated for the present times. Check out the Bollywood iconic outfits that would ensembles with your pre-wedding festivities.
Manisha Koirala from the film Bombay in which she danced on the song Kehna Hi Kya with a white lehenga having golden strips with a sweetheart neck and green choker. Create a similar look as that and go for a scoop-neck blouse. This outfit will very well go for pre-wedding functions like Haldi and Sangeet.
There is nothing called too much jewelry. Have a look on old 60s attire, light-colored lehenga along with extravagant jewelry pieces like a nose ring, maang-tika, choker, haath-phool, and rani necklace. Make sure to have a minimal makeup look.
Have you remembered the iconic green lungi lehenga? The green lungi lehenga was worn by Kajol in DDLJ for the song Mehandi Lagake Rakhna, The Manish Malhotra’s design would go best with a choker along with a pair of jutti and nude lips. Obviously, you can opt for this for your Mehandi.
While Salman and Madhuri were busy in stealing groom’s shoes, the audience just loved the subtle green and white ensemble. Drop the heavy necklace; instead, go for a designer choker. Nevertheless, also prefer smoky eyes rather the soft ones.
That asymmetrical short crop top has stolen many hearts in the audience. You can opt for the same lehenga with silver jewelry. You can also opt for a maang-tika just like Bebo.
It’s obvious for the Bengalis to have a combination of white and red attire at weddings. Have a look on the attires of Madhuri and Aishwarya danced on the song Dhola re. Ditch a lehenga, instead go for a wrapped saree just like them for the nest wedding you attend.
Those Bollywood iconic outfits, though look outdated, but are actually heart-stormers.