You’ve probably tried your hand at this in school. Or just worn a bandhani dupatta over a kurta or even tossed a scarf around your shoulder in the print. Popular as tie-dye, this messy, but vibrant colour print goes well on any outfit. In the run-up to summer, here’s how to give your wardrobe a wash with the multi-hued fabric style….
dye, the style is quirky, playful and apt for the summer. You will see people wearing it everywhere when the weather gets warmer, especially to the beach or a resort, as it’s got a cool, rock-chic appeal. Guys can wear T-shirts in that style. One may associate the trend with teens, but it can also be worn to the workplace in subtler shades and lines.” She adds, “The key here is to keep the rest of your outfit plain — or if you do decide to add some more colour, ensure it is a single block colour and one that is not too bright (try pastel hues such as powder blue, mint green or pale yellow).”
The stars have made a case for it often enough. Kylie Jenner rocked it when she posted pictures with her daughter Stormi a matching bodycon tie-dye dress. She had earlier also shared a picture of the tie-dye look on her nails. Beyoncé dazzled in a tie-dye silk floral wrap dress on her Italian vacay and Rihanna donned a slim, pink tie-dye cover-up dress and posted a video of it on Instagram. Priyanka Chopra also heated things up at Miami Beach in her green-and-white tie dye bikini and back home, Kiara Advani recently raised the bar for ethnic dressing with a pink-and-lavender sequin saree. With fashion having seen a nod to all things retro in 2019, tie-dye is set to be big in the summer of 2020, too. (Agencies)
This beautiful dermatologist wore the most gorgeous golden lehenga wore her royal Rajasthan wedding
She's a skin doctor and when she decided to get married, she made sure she turned out to be the most radiant bride ever. We are talking about Varshini Reddy, a popular dermatologist, who tied the knot with beau Rohit Reddy in the most regal royal wedding in Rajasthan.
And, no prizes for guessing that she opted for the most beautiful lehenga by ace couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Varshini picked up a light golden lehenga by Sabyasachi with elaborate embroidery. She accessorised the look with some luxurious polki jewellery from Sabyasachi Jewelry.
Her handsome groom, Rohit Reddy looked dapper in a subtle classic off whtie sherwani from Sabyasachi again. He styled the sherwani with a safa (traditional turban), an embroidered stole, a regal maala in emerald and brown shoes.
The wedding that took place at Suryagarh Palace in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan and the pictures from the wedding are proof of its grandeur. Well, the wedding trousseau was definitely a bride's dream come true, isn't it? (Agencies)