Fashion Blunder : List of Celebrities Who Wore Wrong Dress on Their Own Wedding !

With regards to the weddings of our Bollywood celebs or sports stars, we watch out for every single detail. Be it their outfits, venue, food or whatever else, we as a whole love to be updated about each and everything. Ordinarily, we even take an idea or two from them to incorporate the same in our own wedding. But, Don’t simply take after everything blindly because even the celebs can get a couple of things wrong on their big day.

So for all you lovely brides-to-be, who are trying to dress up like a celebrity on their wedding, here are some of the celebrity wedding slip-ups to learn from and save your day.

Arpita Khan’s dress went wrong

Arpita Khan certainly had a perfect wedding, however we can’t state a similar with regards to this specific dress. The white lehenga, which she wore right after her wedding, grabbed attention for all the wrong reasons.

The white colour did not compliment her dusky complexion at all. So, a touch of some colours in the lehenga would have looked pleasant. Likewise, the lehenga was tied too high on her waist. Had she worn it along the mid-waist, it would have looked better. All things considered, the manner in which you wrap and carry any dress has a big effect in your overall appearance.

The clutch girl Sania Mirza

Presently, if our tennis champion Sania Mirza believed that she would rise as a winner by holding a clutch all through her wedding, at that point she wasn’t right. It was simply not required and did no good to her entire look. Or maybe, that clutch just spoiled it. In this way, control yourself on the off chance that you get fantasised by different sparkling clutches or purses in the market while looking for your wedding outfit.

Flashy Natasha Madhvani

All things considered, we think about whether Natasha Madhvani really wished to wear such a ‘high on bling-o-meter’ lehenga, or she simply had to, because it was outlined by her mother-in-law Sundari Khan. Well, at all the reason be, yet that pompous blouse with no dupatta or whatever else draped over it, was not really a pleasent sight. The choli looked more like a saree blouse, and consequently the dupatta especially should have been draped on it in order to make it look complete. What’s more, not to miss that two dimensional accessory that she wore with her dress.

Reema Sen’s confusing dress

Would anybody be able to answer what that dress is about? Well, even we continued think about what exactly our Gangs of Wasseypur girl, Reema Sen, was wearing on her wedding. Whether it was a long kurta, a floor length anarkali, or something else! Adding further to our confusion were those ruffles at the end. What’s more, of all the colours, why wear a white duppatta when it isn’t even complementing the attire?

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