Most Stylish Couple In Town: Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have not only been giving us couple goals but also some serious wedding fashion inspirations. After their ‘Big, Fat Tuscan’ wedding, the celeb couple hosted a reception in Delhi to entertain the Who’s Who of the country, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi. As much as the couple seems to be in love with each other, they evidently have a special fondness for Sabyasachi designs, which they have been seen donning throughout the celebrations. To give you a glimpse into the world of their fairytale romance in beautiful creations, we have put together all of the power couple’s lavish looks. Check them out here.
Anushka Sharma draped herself in a vibrant red sari from the house of Sabyasachi and Virat Kohli kept it simple and classy in black.
Most Stylish Couple In Town: We love the red sari with intricate golden motifs and thin zardosi border, which added finesse to her attire. Sharma accessorized it with a diamond choker and a 22K gold jhumka with uncut diamonds and pearls.
On the other hand, Kohli wore a black textured silk signature bandhgala with the house buttons in 18k gold. It was paired with a white silk kurta and an off-white hand-woven brocade churidaar.
Most Stylish Couple In Town: Anushka Sharma wore a simple and elegant Raw Mango suit while visiting Prime Minister Narendra Modi to extend him a wedding reception invitation. The royal blue Palasi Varanasi brocade Chand kurta, with Gorakh brocade pant and Vrinda organza odhani from Raw Mango, looked lovely on her.
Styled by celebrity stylist Allia Al Rufai, Sharma chose to keep her makeup minimal, except for a red bindi that blended well with the traditional churidar look.
Sharma wore a hot pink suit from Raw Mango when she arrived in Delhi from her honeymoon.
The Wedding in Italy: Wearing a customised pale pink lehenga with Renaissance embroidery in vintage English colours, Anushka Sharma looked ethereal. The embellished choli with silver-gold metal thread, pearls and beads with multi-colour floral motif was delicate and exuded finesse. Sharma also wore bridal jewellery from Sabyasachi’s Heritage Jewellery collection and it was equally stunning. The handcrafted choker, jhumkas and the mathapaati featured uncut diamonds, pale pink spinel and baroque Japanese cultured pearls.
Virat Kohli too looked great in an ivory sherwani by Sabyasachi. The hand-embroidered off-white raw-silk bandhgala, with golden motifs, turned him into a stylish groom. Matching Sharma’s lehenga, he wore a pagdi made with old rose gold kota safa with zardosi work border. And complementing it was an exquisite kalgi (turban pin), consisting of small uncut diamonds.
Sharma accessorised her hair with lush Tuscan hydrangeas.
Anushka Sharma went boho for her mehendi ceremony, wearing a graphic fuchsia pink and orange lehenga skirt, adorned with gota and marori. It was paired with a cobalt blue top with bright coloured florals printed on it. She paired with just heavy jhumkas crafted with Iranian turquoise, tourmalines, uncut diamonds and Japanese cultured pearls. She chose a nude palette for her make-up, nude lips and sleek hair added finishing touches to her attire.
Kohli went with a classic white khadi kurta and churidaar with a silk Nehru jacket in fuchsia, matching his outfit with the bride. To add some edge to his look, it was paired with golden Sabyasachi House blazer buttons and a customised tan brown juttis with zardosi crest.
Wearing a plush maroon velvet Sabyasachi sari, she looked classy like a diva from the ’60s. The signature Gulkand Burgandy sari with fine zardosi border had small buti with miniature pearls. The pallu had an intricate floral pattern with zardosi and pearl works — all handcrafted by India’s finest artisan.
Sharma chose a classic uncut diamond choker with Japanese pearls and tiny emeralds with matching studs. To round off her look, she opted for a neat bun and adored her hair with dark red roses, kohled eyes, nude lips and a small bindi.
The couple landed in Mumbai to throw a wedding reception and they looked adorable together! While Kohli stuck to basic blacks, Sharma went with a breezy floral printed suit, paired with matching palazzo pants.