Famous for her modelesque photographs, eccentric styling, and love for deep hues, super blogger Shreya Kalra is giving us some offbeat bridal inspiration this week. We’ve browsed through her epic blog which goes by the name of For the love of fashion and other things and picked out the top looks that accentuate her personal style, especially when it comes to Indian wear.
Also, in line to get married very soon, she had announced her engagement to a long time beau Nikhil some time back and we can’t wait to get a glimpse of how this stylista would create her own wedding look too.
So let’s see her revolutionary style and get some unconventional tips to styling our favorite ethnic Indian wear.
Check out Top 14 Stylish Ways By Shreya Kalra:
Looking fierce in an AM:PM ensemble, Shreya shows us how to wear a Velvet asymmetric Bandhgala with Dhoti pants with such ease. It’s what we call a beautiful fusion and a look that we’re willing to experiment. Here’s some proof.
Another brave example of stylizing a basic pair of Jodhpuri pants from The Indowestern closet with an embroidered bustier that flaunts traditional Gujarati work on a plain white tee to give it that snazzy look. Who would have thought?!
Keeping the look traditional in shades of lime and turquoise. The jacket style embroidered kurta works from Roora splendidly on Shreya while she finishes the look with the sleek hairstyle and long earrings by Shalini Chopra Bakliwal.
Wearing a deluxe outfit from Rriso Clothing. The off shoulder foil printed top along with glossy golden flared palazzo pants highlighted with the gold choker, quite a stellar combination we say, just cannot go wrong!
Wearing a simple pastel blue kurta set by Devnaagri with sleek pumps and a holding a neat bamboo bag, she’s on point when it comes to dressing up for summer.
Tapping the whole #destinationwedding vibe in this Urvashi Joneja teardrop mesh top matched with this riotous skirt by Siddhartha Bansal and that adorable round box bag. Total winner.
A black lehenga highlighted with red and white thread work can almost never go out of fashion. The interesting waistcoat like blouse by AM:PM can be quite an amazing combination for a evening cocktail when paired with statement, sharp earrings.
Brightening up this page with the shiny rani pink outfit and gilded jewellery. Wearing an Anarkali along with the Bandhej khadi banarasi georgette dupatta by Bhumika Grover and that enormous matha patti, she’s surely giving us #shaadistyle goals.
Channeling her inner princess in this Vineti Bolaki mint gown. The easy twists in the hair and the subtle embroidered bodice along with the play of tulle, can be quite charming at the wedding. Especially, if you are in queue to do a slow dance.
Keeping it classy in this raw silk peach fitted skirt and a gorgeous jacquard blouse. Highlighting the body with jewellery that speaks for itself. Sometimes, keeping the outfit simple and letting the jewellery shine by itself is a great way of playing dress up.
Adding the glamour quotient in the Elisha Wadhwani outfit. The sculptured blouse along with the unconventional ruffles on the tulle skirt, this look is for the modern bride who’s willing to be navigated by her own thoughts.
Walking around confidently in this no-fuss outfit by Sonali Gupta Mittal. The short flared embroidered kurta along with the dhoti pants and that rich royal blue is perfect for this wedding season and can find a place in your wedding trousseau too.
Dressing for the big day in this Swati Uberoi ivory lehenga that boasts of gota patti embroidery along with tiny colorful thread and zari work. We love the peplum top and the conventional elbow sleeve blouse. Trinkets from Ra abta by Rahul seem to work their magic, while giving us the perfect view of what a wedding ensemble can look like.
Let’s end with a bang! Adorned in a bright pink saree by Anamika Khanna, Shreya surely enjoyed her engagement day! Set with a full Gajra in the hair and pretty gold temple earrings, she looked happy and elegant.
If you love her style and want to follow her, here is the link to her Instagram handle.
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