Love wearing white? Try Kriti Sanon’s Manish Malhotra sari for your BFF’s reception – VOGUE India

Going all-out with a fresh white sari can actually make quite the statement, proved with her look at Anushka Sharma’s wedding reception


Who says white can’t make an impact? Though jewel tones are a big wedding favourite, nothing beats the elegance of an Indian ethnic ensemble in this pristine hue. Case in point: Kriti Sanon’s ivory sari, worn during Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli’s wedding reception back in December 2017. Designed by one of Sanon’s favourite designers, Manish Malhotra

, the drape was crafted in wispy tulle and accentuated with intricate floral embroidery using white and pink sequins, pearls and crystals. The result was a beautiful tapestry of different craftsmanship techniques that stood out in a sea of vibrant outfits. Scroll ahead to take a closer look at how the 29-year-old actor accessorised her wedding-ready ensemble. 

Kriti Sanon chose a unique blouse design with her designer sari

The easiest way to upgrade a sari is to play with the design of its blouse. And that’s exactly what Kriti Sanon did. For Anushka Sharma’s big night, she paired her see-through white sari with an off-the-shoulder blouse that came generously doused in intricate sequin work in shades of ivory, pink and purple. How did she accessorise the look? By skipping on heavy neckpieces, Sanon allowed her interesting blouse to stand out, and complemented her ivory sari with a pair of eye-catching diamond earrings

by Jaipur Gems. The Panipat star wore the all-white look with dewy, pearly-finish makeup, and tied her hair back into a sleek bun held together with pearl accessories. 

Got a big wedding coming up? Update your festive wardrobe with a white sari like Kriti Sanon’s. We know where you can buy one today. 

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