Time and again Mira Rajput takes us down the memory lane and shares some of her most-candid and favourite pictures from her much-celebrated wedding. Shahid Kapoor broke many hearts when he announced his wedding with Delhi-based girl Mira Rajput in 2015. Soon after pictures of Shahid and Mira’s big fat Punjabi wedding started doing the round on social media, fans couldn’t help but swoon over their wedding pictures and laud Mira’s fashion choices made during her pre and post-wedding festivities.
But if you are always looking for occasions and events to reuse your heavy wedding jewellery then we think you should take some inspiration from the star wife. Mira Rajput, who never leaves a chance to amaze us with her sartorial fashion choices, have no qualms repeating her wedding jewellery. On her wedding, netizens couldn’t help but laud Mira’s easy-breezy pink lehenga paired with pink chudha. Speaking about her accessories, the star wife opted for a simple yet elegant multicoloured kundan set. The actress stunned in matching earrings, jhumar tikka and maang tikka.
Mira Rajput was once again seen reusing her wedding jewellery. First, she was snapped re-wearing her wedding jewellery at a wedding function in New Delhi. Shelling out major fashion goals, Mira opted for an ivory lehenga with detailed embroidery. Later, Mira was again snapped wearing her wedding earring on Diwali as she posed for a happy picture with brother-in-law Ishaan Khatter. Check out the times she reused her wedding jewellery only to shell out major fashion goals.
Meanwhile, Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput are blessed with two kids – girl Misha and boy Zain. Misha turned a year older last month, while Zain will turn 2 on September 5. (ALSO READ: After Kareena-Saif And Anushka-Virat, Will Mira Rajput-Shahid Kapoor Make A Baby Announcement Now? Star Wife Responds To A Netizen)
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