Indian weddings are a grand affair and it is every girl’s dream to look their very best on the D-day, including finding the perfect bridal outfit.So how can our Bollywood divas be far behind, who not only had fairytale weddings but wore the most gorgeous bridal couture for their wedding.We take a round about of Bollywood actresses’ stunning wedding outfits and the price that it came with.
This year has also been memorable for the Bollywood couples who got married or engaged.
With the news that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are engaged, we decided to take a trip down memory lane and revisit the most famous royal engagements of years gone by.The story of how Prince Philip designed his wife Queen Elizabeth II’s engagement ring wouldn’t look out of place in a fairy tale.While the sapphire ring Prince Charles used to propose to Princess Diana has undoubtedly taken on a legacy of its own.From Princess Margaret’s second proposal to the royal wedding of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, take a look back at the most romantic royal engagements in history.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The royal style moments that will go down in historyWhat would Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding look like?Kate Middleton’s top fashion moments of 2017
Now that fairy lights of Diwali are back in the store room, we are looking forward to new celebrations – because we, in India, never run out of festivities.It’s the shaadi season now, and among a lot of things, it is also the season of dressing up and shopping.If you are the bride-to-be this winter, let’s look that the Bollywood Brides for inspiration… because, when in doubt – Go Filmy!
Model Rhea Pillai and her former beau, tennis star Leander Paes are going through a messy separation and are embroiled in a legal battle over domestic violence and custody of their 10-year-old daughter. Alimony is another major point of contention between the couple.According to reports, Rhea is demanding Rs 1 crore from Paes as one-time compensation along with a house. Rhea has argued that her lawyers did not add the extra one on her court petition for compensation, hence bringing the amount down to Rs 10 lakh compensation. Paes, however, has not agreed to the alimony.Celebrities are known for their lavish weddings and their equally costly breakups. While some divorces have been cordial, or have been settled out of court, a number of celebrity divorces have turned out to be bitter affairs with much mud-slinging from both sides.We take look at nine of the most expensive celebrity divorces in India.According to reports, Rhea is demanding Rs 1 crore from Paes as one-time compensation along with a house. Rhea has argued that her lawyers did not add the extra one on her court petition for compensation, hence bringing the amount down to Rs 10 lakh compensation. Paes, however, has not agreed to the alimony.Celebrities are known for their lavish weddings and their equally costly breakups. While some divorces have been cordial, or have been settled out of court, a number of celebrity divorces have turned out to be bitter affairs with much mud-slinging from both sides.We take look at nine of the most expensive celebrity divorces in India.
As the rhyme goes, brides must have something old and something new. For Pippa Middleton, the custom Giles Deacon gown she wore to say ‘I do’ on Saturday covered the latter. As for the former, she chose something with a special connection to her sister, the Duchess of Cambridge.
As far as shapewear is concerned, our chief concerns revolve around: A) how magical and shape-shifting the ultra-stretchy garments will prove to be and B) if we'll still be able to breathe comfortably, if at all, while wearing said garments. Spanx is changing that with its first-ever bridal pieces. The brand has long offered more than just the skintone bodysuits and glorified bike shorts that are most traditionally synonymous with shapewear, like its wondrously rip-proof opaque black tights or celeb-vetted leggings.
Stepan, a brown bear from Russia, helped the couple tie the knot. “We both knew Stepan is a very kind bear but still it is a huge, unpredictable animal so we were a bit scared, but still happy to be able to make our dream come true,” Denis said of the “fantastic” experience. “It is such a special feeling to hug a real, huge bear, and you cannot compare it to anything else. Stepan the bear gives the bride Nelya a kiss. Stepan the bear is actually a pretty famous model.
In the run up to the National Handloom Day, we focus on few Indian designers who are reviving the traditional handlooms and giving it a contemporary twist making it more wearable and relatable. Celebrated designer Ritu Kumar has been doing her bit in reviving Benarasi weaves through her Revivalist Collection. Tell us about the Beautiful Hands Project and the Benares revivalist collection which is a part of it?
Just a day after Snapchat incorporated Bitmoji onto its platform, Evan Spiegel, Snapchat's CEO, employed the custom cartoon images to propose to Miranda Kerr.
By Ray Lowe Weddings often come with a slew of constricting “dos” and “don'ts.” Some are reasonable: Never wear white as a guest, only buy gifts from the bride and groom’s registry, abide by the chosen dress code. And some are little archaic: Youthful, single ladies for the bridal bouquet toss only; and my (least) favorite — never wear black. While dark hues in general have a traditional connotation for funerals and mourning, the LBD has proved itself enough of a staple in modern times that we can do away with this antiquated notion.
Sports Illustrated model Hannah Davis has married retired New York Yankees player Derek Jeter in an intimate ceremony in California. While pictures are scarce so far, we do know that Davis wore a custom Vera Wang gown featuring sheer tulle halter, plunging back and Chantilly lace. Not content with one gown though, the model changed into yet another Vera Wang design for the reception — this time featuring a plunging v-neck and flowing skirt.
A photo posted by Ciara (@ciara) on Jul 6, 2016 at 1:47pm PDT For a woman whose middle name is princess, Ciara certainly picked a gown fit for royalty on her wedding day. The singer, who married Russell Wilson on Wednesday at Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England, wore a white lace gown which was basically the hip hop equivalent of Kate Middleton’s Alexander McQueen dress. Designed by Peter Dundas for Roberto Cavalli, the bright white number featured lace-up details on the chest with sheer billowing sleeves. She wore her hair in a simple half-up half-down ‘do with a long train attached.
After starring in Justin Bieber’s “What Do You Mean” music video, Xenia Deli earned near-instant name recognition. She was hated by Beliebers the world over who were jealous of the fake relationship pictured in the 5-minute mini melodrama. Yet the 26-year-old did find someone to love her: a 62-year-old Egyptan millionaire named Ossama Fathi Rabah Al-Sharif. The couple, who reportedly started dating in late 2015 (the music video came out in August last year), got married on June 4 in a lavish ceremony on the Greek island, Santorini.
For Tessa Torrente and Matt Slider, travel has played a powerful role in their story. The first time Slider said “I love you,” the couple were making a pit stop in Washington, D.C., on a road trip. Torrente realized that their relationship was the real deal when they spent six weeks backpacking through Western Europe. Then when it was time for Torrente and Slider to plan their wedding, they knew they wanted pictures that were really representative of their personalities. So Slider, at a lunch date over sushi, suggested that they stage a photo shoot at different locales on a vacation around the world. Torrente bought an off-the-rack wedding dress and Slider purchased a cheap suit, and the pair changed into their nuptial-ready outfits at some of the most picturesque places around the world — months before they actually exchanged vows. They kissed and kept each other warm in Norway, hugged on top of the Matterhorn in Zermatt, Switzerland, strolled in front of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece, braved high winds in Ireland, and more. Although the finished collection of pictures is truly stunning and uniquely the couple, capturing the photos wasn’t easy — or glamorous. In Rothenburg, Germany, a cat kept attacking Torrente’s dress and even threw up on the tulle. In Seville, Spain, they woke up at dawn to capture images at the Plaza de Espana and the camera died. “Because of that, one of my favorite shots was actually taken on an iPhone 6,” Torrente says. And while seeing the northern lights, they had to run inside a cabin for warmth in between shots. “It was 2 a.m. and negative 26 degrees Celsius outside. Matt definitely wanted to give up, but I was really stubborn,” she says. “It ended up being one of my favorite pictures.” Torrente and Slider tied the knot just last week, nearly a year after their epic trip. Unfortunately, the gown didn’t survive the journey. “I wore a different one,” she says. “By the end of our trip, that dress had rain, sand, dirt and cat vomit all over it.” But her now-husband is quick to point out that the “dress on the wedding day was completely different — and way more beautiful.” What’s next for the couple — who maintain a blog, Travel Where to Next, and Instagram, travel_wheretonext — is just as you’d expect. For the honeymoon, they’re starting in South Florida and heading to Alaska, Thailand, India and Russia, and ending in their new home, New York City. “I want to bring the dress,” Torrente says. “But I would probably have to convince Matt.” Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
On what would have been the couple’s 24th wedding anniversary, Iman shared a photo with her late-husband David Bowie.