Decoding Athiya Shetty’s wedding wardrobe for your wedding festivities

From Mehendi to Shaadi, we’ve got it all covered, or rather Athiya Shetty has!

Athiya Shetty made her dream debut with Hero, opposite Sooraj Pancholi. She may have not made the best debut, but with her latest film, Motichoor Chaknachoor, the actress has proved that she’s got what it takes! What she’s also got is an impeccable sense of fashion. Vogue US also agrees with us calling the star an absolute it-girl. Shetty truly is a bonafide style celebrity with her fashion sense evolving for the better by each appearance she makes, casual or couture! Her ethnic outfits too are something to throw light on, and eventually, learn from. From bulky anarkalis to sharara sets to well-constructed lehengas, and wearing outfits from the best off all designers, Shetty’s sensibility is poised beyond her years and can help us sort our wedding wardrobe.  

Here’s how you can choose couture, like Athiya Shetty, for your grand celebrations. 


On Athiya Shetty is a sharara set from Tarun Tahiliani’s heritage collection as she attended Ambani’s Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations. The three-piece set performed as an elegant ensemble for the night paired with the most dainty maang tikka and tinted cheeks. If you want to kick start the beginning of the celebrations taking it easy-breezy for when you get an official rock, this is the label dress we recommend to steal the show.

Styled by Chandini Whabi


No wedding series is complete without a Benarasi put up. We take high inspiration from Shetty for pulling off her mother and grandmother’s clothes for a shoot for the cover of Brides Today. Capturing the actor’s creativity and ingenuity in this shot we also see her donning a bright coloured lehenga with statement gold jewelry and hair tied in a bun, wrapped with a classic Gajra. A silhouette like this can be chosen for your mehendi ceremony if you wish to pick something different other than ivory or mirror work, or even yellow (what is with mehendi and yellow?). 

Styled by Athiya Shetty


The 27-year-old actress took on her bridesmaid duties in a blush pink Falguni Shane Peacock lehenga. The lehenga-choli set has detailed embroidery work all the way to the borders of her sheer, sleek dupatta. Keeping it classic and minimal, the actor went for a maang tikka and oodles of highlighter. This heavy yet subtle garment can work its way to rock your sangeet night, leaving you to look extra glamorous. And it’s also easy to dance (read: drunk dance) in!

Styled by Ami Patel and Sanjay Kumar Dauhaliya

The BIG day

Probably right after Anushka Sharma’s bridal lehenga, we saw most brides shifting from red to brighter tones. I on the other hand personally feel that red goes a long way for a bride’s big day. The shades of red definitely make you stand out. Take Athiya Shetty for example! The Mubarakan actor wore a traditional red lehenga for a reception ceremony. This Kalki lehenga from Anita Dongre’s collection caught our attention and can be the one for you. The lightweight silk organza lehenga was accentuated by intricate floral dori embroidery. It came with a round collar reshami silk choli and a sheer dupatta, also red!

Styled by Chandini Whabi


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Reaching the final stage of the crowded celebrations can be tough, especially when it comes to picking a fresh outfit. If you wish to take a break from the colour hazard, there is nothing better than going for a white vision. The actor too wore a pristine white lehenga by Masaba Gupta with a sweetheart neckline. The ensemble was put together by style architect Ami Patel with her choice of a tinge of colour added by emerald jewelry.

Styled by Ami Patel and Sanjay Kumar Dauhaliya

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