We know that peak wedding season usually is between the months of November and January, but the possibility of spring and summer weddings can’t be denied, especially in a country like India. If you’re getting married between Feb and May, or have a wedding to attend, don’t let the heat not stop you from dressing fabulously. Opt for light fabrics, summery hues and outfits with minimal work to ace your summer bridal look. Let these Bollywood divas inspire you…
Katrina Kaif
 

Katrina Kaif

Katrina’s look from the song ‘Nachne De Saare’ from the movie ‘Baar Baar Dekho’ is one of the most perfect summer legenga-choli combinations we’ve ever seen. Its light, rosy hues and delicate work makes it an ideal choice for the summers—especially outdoor functions!

Nargis Fakhri, Lisa Haydon and Jacqueline Fernandez
 

Nargis Fakhri, Lisa Haydon and Jacqueline Fernandez

Looking for some serious summer wedding bridesmaids outfit inspo? Let this palette of pastel lehengas sported by the gorgeous women of Housefull 3 inspire you.  Light, breezy and yet fashionable!

Sonam Kapoor
 

Sonam Kapoor

Sonam Kapoor got every outfit that she wore in the high-fashion movie ‘Aisha’ spot on—and that included this delicately embroidered lilac-silver lehenga too! The organza skirt makes the outfit flowy and breezy, perfect for a summer wedding.

Alia Bhatt
 

Alia Bhatt

While pastels work great in the summers, if you’re someone who loves colour, stray away from reds, navy blues or other dark colours aka the conventional bridal colours. Give your look a burst of colour with hues of lime green, candy pinks, sunflower yellows etc. We love this lime green and pink combination sported by Alia Bhatt in ‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania’.

Deepika Padukone
 

Deepika Padukone

Remember this scene from ‘Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani’? Although the movie came out years ago, Deepika Padukone’s stunning bright coloured lehenga stayed with us for its pure gorgeousness. The colours make the lehenga ideal for a summer wedding—just like the one shown in the movie!

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