Influencer Anmol Bhatia became a Muslim bride for marriage with BF Munis, and also wore a 'Chura'

Recently, fashion influencer Anmol Bhatia shared glimpses of her wedding with Munis Khan. Let us show you her wedding look

Famous fashion influencer Anmol Bhatia (who runs the instagram blog 'The Style Bug' which has 1 million followers on the microblogging website) is very happy at the moment. She recently got married to Munis Khan, for whom she became a Muslim bride. However, their union was not easy, they had to wait for a full 12 years for this special day.

12 years ago, Anmol Bhatia fell in love with Munis Khan, but the path to marriage was very difficult for them. After the opposition of the family, they had lost all hope of getting married, but it often happens that when you lose all hope, miracles happen. So when finally, after 12 years, their family agreed to this marriage, then the couple did a registered marriage, after which they celebrated the wedding for three days. 

Fashion influencer Anmol wore a cream-tone suit for a court marriage

For his registered marriage, Anmol chose a cream-tone suit, which included a full-sleeved kurta with matching bottom and dupatta. Keeping his look simple, he opted for soft makeup and pin-straight hair. Both of them garlanded each other outside the court. 

Despite being a Muslim bride, Anmol respected her Hindu culture by wearing a bangle

For her official wedding which was a mix of Hindu and Muslim rituals, she opted for a wine-colored double-toned lehenga. She styled her lehenga with a white-toned blouse with a sweetheart neckline and a double dupatta, one of which was pinned on her shoulder while the other was carefully placed on her head, giving her vintage vibes.

However, the 'center of attraction' of Anmol's look was her jewelry, which looked perfect. Anmol enhanced her look with a polki choker, matching earrings, oversized maang tikka, and pasta. Along with this, she also proudly flaunted her culture by choosing red bangles and kale. She looked very beautiful in dewy makeup. 

Anmol had chosen a black and white lehenga for the mehndi ceremony

While Anmol chose wine color with a traditional touch for the wedding, for the mehndi, she ditched the regular green and red dress and opted for a black and white lehenga. Her outfit included a monochrome striped blouse with full sleeves, a matching skirt with a sequin border, and a matching dupatta.

For now, what do you think about Anmol Bhatia and Munis' wedding look? Do let us know by commenting.

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