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Stunning Bridal Hairdos- A Must-Have for all the Brides-to-be! |StylBlog!

Bridal Hair Styles for Different Hair Types

We girls are extremely particular about the way we want our hair. Be it something as small as a day out or something as big as our wedding day we want our hair to look flawlessly gorgeous. Not having our hair look perfect is a nightmare for us. And no girl wants such a nightmare on her big day. I’m sure that every girl reading this would relate to me. So here I have for Continue Reading

NRI Bride’s Shopping Experience in India : Aditi & Akshay – Stylblog!

As all clients go, I received an email from this girl called Aditi in the wee hours of my night but her morning of course because she was from New York. I being a night owl was up and responded to her straight away. Much to her amazement on the prompt response, she scheduled a call the very moment. Thus, began our journey of weaving a dream wedding for her. Aditi, our New York bride Continue Reading

Chunkiest Bridal Jewelry for all brides to try! | STYL-INC-Stylblog!

Bridal jewelry is a non-saturating topic, with new designs getting added every minute it’s hard to get enough of it. We’ve talked about statement jewelry and different patterns and different stones as well. What we have for you today are some of the chunkiest jewelry pieces we spotted on real brides who pulled them off like a breeze. So let’s show you! HEAD ACCESSORIES We see a lot of brides covering up most of their Continue Reading

Brides of India: The South Indian Bride | STYL-INC-Stylblog!

Our down south is a land of many cultures and rich heritage. For a fact we knew that it won’t be possible for us to tap on all the cultures with precision. We wanted to create an image of a modern day South Indian bride. And so for that one glorious look we took inspiration from all the cultures in our southern Deccan, picking up different elements from here and there.   DÉCOR A major Continue Reading

Bride of India: The Sikh Bride | STYL-INC-Stylblog!

A Sikh wedding or Anand Karaj is a very unique and serene ceremony. A lot of people get confused between a Punjabi and Sikh bride, so we’ll sort that for you today! Here is Styl-Inc’s vision of a Sikh bride and Sikh wedding ceremony. DÉCOR The ceremony takes place in a Gurudwara, where the couples takes rounds of the Guru Grant Sahab, their religious book. The setting is very simple and decorated with just flowers. Continue Reading