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Bollywood’s biggest wedding and the Veere’s have tempted all of us with their stunning outfits!

Written by Jhanvi Rathore

Iconic female friendships will always come with one heck of style goals. Clueless, Sex and the City and Aisha are the perfect examples of the same. Just a glimpse of the trailer of Veere Di Wedding, and we’re all hooked, not only by the relatable relationship issues but by their wardrobe collection.

Kareena Kapoor Khan as Kalindi Puri:

This movie is definitely the comeback that Bebo needed for her return to the silver screen. The movie showcases her post pregnancy body in all its glory. In the film, the bride-to-be wears a dreamy Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla lehenga flawlessly. It’s a dream for me to have that in my wardrobe! One of her favorite looks from the film are those cargo pants, with crop top and boots that go well with statement earrings.

 

Sonam Kapoor Ahuja as Avni Sharma:

She is the Charlotte York to the group. Preppy and polished rather than those glamazonian red carpet looks that she’s known for. Sophisticated silhouettes and slicked- back ponytails does justice to her look altogether. She plays the role of a lawyer and is very particular of what people think.

Shikha Talsania as Meera Singh:

All the new moms biggest fear is to dress up in a way that those extra pounds vanish. And this Meera Singh nearly comically struggled to embrace her new body with her sartorial choices: laid back layers and breezy dresses. She’s someone who has always felt sexy and isn’t someone who likes the new transition.

Swara Bhaskar as Sakshi Soni:

Her wardrobe tends to change according to her mood. She wakes up with a different feeling every day. For her, Cos comes together with Calvin Klein, and mini dresses are as common as baggy bottoms. I couldn’t stop laughing seeing her in the introductory scene wearing a vintage velvet dress. She’s outspoken and unpredictable.

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Jhanvi Rathore

I am Jhanvi Rathore. I am a third year English Literature student with a fondness of writing. I’ve worked as an intern at Economic Times for six months. I am also a national level skater and a district level football player.

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