Ankita Lokhande looks stunning as a Marathi bride with Vicky Jain: The actor wore the following outfit.
For post-wedding festivities with her husband, Vicky Jain, and their family, Ankita Lokhande dressed up like a typical Marathi bride. A yellow-red embroidered saree was worn by the actor.
A few weeks ago, actress Ankita Lokhande married Vicky Jain in a lavish wedding ceremony attended by their family and friends. The photos from their wedding ceremony went viral, winning hearts all around the world.
Ankita uploaded another series of images from her family’s large traditional Marathi-style welcome for Vicky and his family on Friday. For the post-wedding ceremony, Ankita dressed up as a traditional Maharashtrian bride.
On her Instagram profile, Ankita posted multiple photos of herself with her husband, Vicky Jain, and their family members. The Pavitra Rishta star also published solo photographs of herself on social media, looking as beautiful as ever in a traditional costume. For the post-wedding ceremony, she donned a yellow-red saree.
Ankita’s traditional ensemble consists of a beautiful yellow silk saree with delicate golden embroidery spanning six yards. The Gold and crimson embroidered Patti border added to its elegance. The actor looked stunning as he draped the six yards in a traditional Marathi way.
Ankita wore her saree with a handmade red quarter-length sleeve blouse with golden floral embroidery. Ankita’s bridal ensemble was completed with a matching red dupatta with the same thread design as the choli.
She wore an intricate gold choker necklace with stones and pearls, matching tiered jhumkis, a traditional Nath, rings, bracelets, a Kamar bandh, and green-gold bangles to complete her Marathi bride outfit. The accessories were completed with a half-moon-shaped tiny bindi and adorned footwear.
Ankita went for a middle-parted braided hairdo with white gajra, mascara-coated lashes, pink lip tint, smokey eye makeup, reddened cheeks, and radiant complexion for the glitz.
Vicky, on the other hand, matched the bride with a striking kurta and pyjama set. He was dressed in a bandhgala kurta and straight-fit white slacks with an asymmetrical hemline droop on the side. His ensemble was completed by tan dress shoes, a manicured beard, and a side-swept haircut.
What are your thoughts on Ankita and Vicky’s outfits?