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What will Karishma wear to her wedding?

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Last updated on: January 21, 2022 11:52 IST
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Karishma Tanna is all set to tie the knot with Varun Bangera on February 5.

While everyone is looking forward to see what the actress will wear to the shaadi, we present 9 looks from her wardrobe that could inspire her wedding trousseau.

 

Please click on the images for glimpses of Karishma's style.

IMAGE: There's nothing like a minimalist bride and we'd love to see her replicate this lehenga at her sangeet.
Letting her own style shine, Karishma kept this look subtle yet fun.
All photographs: Kind courtesy: Karishma Tanna/Instagram

 

IMAGE: What do you think of this jaw-dropping midnight blue gown for the cocktail?

 

IMAGE: Another Instagram-worthy look for Karishma's cocktail.
All the glitter and bling will make her shine like a diva on the dance floor.

 

IMAGE: Who can say no to an all-pink lehenga especially if it is a pre-wedding function?
The embellished choli adds oomph to the look, and the mirror work on the lehenga and dupatta make it perfect for an evening event.

 

IMAGE: Isn't this such a beautiful outfit to wear to your own mehendi?
The stylish dupatta is fuss-free and works well if you want to avoid things from getting too messy.

 

IMAGE: While this lehenga is lovely, we'll to see Karishma repeat the dewy make up with highlighted features.

 

IMAGE: With its pleats, embroidery and sexy choli, this lehenga makes for the perfect outfit to dance the night away.
Dress it up with elaborate diamond jewellery and bold make up to steal all the attention at the reception.

 

IMAGE: Quite a head-turning look for the cocktail, isn't it?
The off-shoulder and thigh-slit make this gown a really sexy number.

 

IMAGE: Yet another lovely look for a traditional pooja or pre-wedding function.
The embroidery and embellished dupatta make it such a standout outfit.

 

 
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