Who could not not stop noticing the ‘Dhak Dhak Girl’ of Bollywood Madhuri Dixit in the season six of the Indian reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa aired by Colors TV. Colors have given Madhuri Dixit-Nene a gorgeous look in the fully Indian attire. She was a judge on the show and has worn some seriously trousseau worthy outfits worth giving a glance. Here are my favorite ones!
One can not over look the PERFECT makeup on her with the subtle, natural looking glow. There was nothing over-the-top in her look. She indeed has the charm to carry the right kind of fashion effectively. If you are new brides-to-be, the collection of Trousseau is sure to appeal to you.
1. Pink Anarkali
Let me start off with the finale. This Manish Malhotra floor-length anarkali looks simply gorgeous in shades of pink.
And where can you wear it? This will be utter prefect for your Sangeet or Reception. You may also consider it for your Engagement if you decide to go heavy.
Her fresh-as-a-daisy makeup goes perfectly with the heavy outfit. WOW!
2. American Colors Lehenga
Whenever you see the colors red, blue and white together, what does it remind you of? Yes, the American flag. Though, most female do not like this combination, Vikram Phadnis lehenga could stand out from the rest. And the blouse! I could literally hear girls gossiping about it.
Where can you wear it? You could wear this to your engagement, or to your friend’s wedding.
3. Black & Neon Sari
This Arpita Mehta creation that Madhuri wore on Jhalak would make for a really nice trousseau sari collection in combination to these mirror-work blouses.
When can you wear it? To dinner parties, and also pre-wedding cocktail parties.
Just as Madhuri did, it is perfectly acceptable to leave your neck bare if your blouse already has so many colors and patterns. There might be pressure to look like a nayi dulhan, but wouldn’t you much rather look like a stylish newly wed? This combo is just it.
4. Bright Yellow & Red Sari
This Nikasha sari seems to be in a war of colors. The pink pallu turns yellow at the pleats, wraps around once in orange and then ends in patterned pink and orange pleats. This sari in bright colors with a medium size golden border is sure to make you look elegant.
Where to wear it? To your friend’s wedding, or to any formal party. Gajra is made optional.
5. Black & Red Sari
This stunning black net sari by designers at JADE gets a perfect heads up with the heavy red blouse.
Where to wear it? Dinner parties, relative engagement or even a Mother of the Bride/Groom sari for small parties.
Madhuri looked only a day over 30 in this makeup.
6. Pink & Black Lehenga Sari
Who could ever imagine that the combination of baby pink and black would look this pretty together?
Where to wear it? Wrap this around to your close friend/relative’s wedding. It will also look great on the sister of the Bride/Groom!
And how about those chunky gold bracelets? AZVA designs are plain awesome. Hence proved!
7. Orange & Blue Sari
This turquoise blue blouse paired with a pretty orange color will automatically make you fall in love with this Peppermint Diva sari.
Where can you wear it? A sari for your trousseau to wear to a friend’s wedding and for Mother of the Bride/Groom. Your mom could even borrow it from you after your wedding. Everyone will simply love it.
8. Gold & Maroon Sari
This is a shower of sophistication and gracefulness blended together. And if you’re getting something similar you may avoid that net panel right underneath the puffed sleeve.
Where to wear? Fine for dinner parties and Mother of the Bride/Groom to wear on your Engagement or Reception.
9. Pale Yellow Sari
This Atsu sari is perfect if you want to add a unique color palette to your trousseau. The pale yellow and black work with a pop of pink nail paint will make you complete as a female.
When can you wear it? Wear it to semi-formal or casual outings post-wedding, such as puja or to your friend’s Haldi/Mehendi ceremony.
10. Bright Pink Sari
This bright pink and parrot green Arpita Mehta creation will remind you of a parrot which will be another great combination for your collection. Though this combination is much avoided, Madhuri could carry it perfectly well. The floral blouse provides an added dimension to the outfit.
Where to wear? To your friend/relative’s Haldi or Mehendi ceremony, or even your friend’s wedding.
Check out those massive gold jhumkis as well! Don’t you think they look pretty darn GORGEOUS!
Antique silver half-moon earrings
This is the pair of antique silver earrings every woman will go totally crazy for. Even I couldn’t stop staring at them during the show. But I feel that the Shehla Khan sari would have looked more appealing if pared with a better blouse. The accessories were spot on and made me realize you don’t need to wear gold or platinum or diamonds or kundan always. Inexpensive metals too sometimes look WAY better with your Indian wear.
So, what are your takes on it? Which Madhuri outfit would you love to have in your wardrobe collection? Leave us your comments below.