Weren’t you the one who grew up dancing on Falguni Pathak’s songs? Remember how we all tried to copy the famous towel dance in DDLJ. Also, raise your hand if you also imagine your whole family dancing on ‘Shava Shava’. If you did all this, congratulations your soul is straight outta the ’90s.
We, millennial, grew up watching the filmy movies of the late 90s and early ‘00s. That is why our minds are always filled with Bollywood songs and dialogues. If you haven’t realised till now, most people of our generation will get married by the end of this decade. And this is INSANE!
So if you're one of those 90s kids who are getting married soon, why not steal the looks from your favourite actresses? If you are also a fan of that era just like us, don't forget to save your favourite bridal jewellery to fashion looks from this blog piece & thanks us later, brides :)
In this bridal look from the film Baabul, Rani Mukerji Chopra wore an embroidered saree with mirror work. She adorned her head with this dramatic maang tikka plus, to give a traditional touch, she paired her matching jewellery set with Rajasthani aad necklace that was so stunning!
Priyanka Chopra has always amazed us with her choice of bold looks. This still is from the movie Waqt: The Race Against Time. Priyanka has enhanced her bridal look with the glitter mehendi and they are super-duper easy to use.
Just like the film, the looks from DDLJ were iconic too. If you are truly a 90s kid, you cannot forget the classic green outfit from the song 'mehendi laga ke rakhna'. Kajol kept the bridal look simple with all gold jewellery.
Can we all agree to have an all-time woman's crush on Sushmita Sen? Be it her dancing on Chunari Chunari or her famous walk in the film Mai hoon Na, she is just flawless. This look is from her famous song 'Mehboob mere', where she went for an all-silver look. Scroll down to see how real brides got inspired by Sush that are just Wow!
*Playing dhik tana dhik tana dhik tana*
After hearing the song 'Didi tera devar', the only thing I still remember is Madhuri Dixit's purple saree. The backless blouse inspired many brides to go bold for their wedding functions.
Aishwarya Rai stole our heart when she played the iconic character of Jodha. Her OTT style allured us and be it borla maang tikka, bridal choker or layered necklace, everything was so beautiful that took our heart away. But apart from donning herself with heavy bridal jewellery in the Jodha Akbar movie she ensured to wear minimal nath designs that made her looked elegant & poised!
Kon hai vo jisne Poo se fashion inspiration nahi li, who is she? For us, Kareena's character was our favourite fashion icon at that time & looks like we are still obsessed with her character. From her backless tops to leather pants & to the peach coloured sharara from the song 'bole chudiyan' Kareena Kapoor Khan is the perfect fit for all the millennial brides!
These earrings are lustrous and glamorous. You can also include these oversized bahubali earrings in your wedding trousseau like Karishma Kapoor wore back then!
Ivory is the right choice if you want everything regal and royal. This wedding look from PC's movie gives the perfect inspiration for the brides who like to keep it extra. The unconventional jewellery will definitely turn your guests' heads.
Perfect winged eyeliner with the bronze highlighter, isn't this perfect makeup for all the brides? Smokey eyes made its entry a long time ago, but we still can't get over with them & thanks to Madhuri for inspiring us for this. You can also glam up your wedding look with this slightly dark makeup!
We still can't stop grooving on this iconic song from Hum dil de chuke sanam. Wearing blue lehenga on your wedding function can be an off-beat choice for all the modern-day brides. Her uptight high bun is covered with her embellished dupatta that is so unique for your wedding.
The cult classic Veer Zaara blessed us with some iconic songs. But the thing which we loved the most was the fashion inspiration. Zaara's minimal look with kohl and nose ring was all hearts. This white sharara from the wedding is perfectly matched with the purple dupatta.
Finally, it's time to dance on 'laal dupatta' girls! Dainty haathphools look gorgeous for your mehendi and haldi ceremonies and these blingy haathphools are perfect for your big day!