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Gauahar Khan And Zaid Darbar Inspire Us To Up Our Wedding Fashion Game; Take A Look

Gauahar Khan surprised us with her wedding announcement and on the auspicious occasion of Christmas, she got married to Zaid Darbar. The two looked gorgeous together and gave us not only couple goals but also outfit ideas. Gauahar and Zaid kept it traditional and we have decoded their outfits from different ceremonies for some wedding-wear inspiration.

For her Mehendi ceremony, Gauahar Khan took to her Instagram to say thank you to her brother Asad Khan because she wore traditional wear gifted by her brother to her four years ago. It was a bright yellow ensemble that she wore, which was accentuated by glittering elaborate motifs. She teamed it with a matching yellow dupatta with tassel accents at the hem. Gauahar also accessorised her look with gold earrings and flaunted her mehendi. Later, she also wore another yellow ensemble by designer Rajdeep Ranawat. Her skirt was flared and soft golden-hued with ivory patterns and she teamed it with a yellow dupatta with mirror-work. It was a gorgeous ensemble and Gauahar also gave us floral jewellery goal with her colourful floral neckpiece and complementing jhumkis earrings, maangtikka, hair accessory, and floral kaleeras. The makeup was contoured with bright pink lip shade and impeccable kohl. She tied her long wavy tresses to complete her look.

As for Zaid Darbar, he also wore a Rajdeep Ranawat outfit that featured a jacket, which matched with the hue and pattern of Gauahar’s skirt. He wore a white kurta pyjama and teamed it with yellow-hued Kolhapuri chappals. He completed his look with golden frames and that rounded out his avatar.

Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar wedding festivities were marked by merriment and they took a maximalist fashion turn for their wedding. She wore an elaborate gharara set that was designed by Mayyur Girotra. The attire was black-hued and accentuated by colourful patterns splashed in the shades of pink. It was an intricately-done ensemble and Gauahar paired it with a matching dupatta. She wore gold jewellery to enhance her look and the jewellery consisted of a heavy neckpiece, jhumkis, maangtikka and maathapatti, and gold bangles. Her jewellery was from Madhuban by Manubhai. The makeup was muted with coffee-brown lip shade, contoured cheekbones, and impeccably-applied kohl with an eye shadow.