11 Responses

  1. Senorita at | | Reply

    dunno if black will ever make it to an Indian wedding, but would wear any of these in a heartbeat — classic and regal

  2. Ms. Meow at | | Reply

    They are nice pieces yes…but honestly, same old same old is what I felt. Seems like the pieces are a bit inspired by JJ Vallaya

  3. monika at | | Reply

    1st row ,3 rd pic…lovely black suit

    1. Sreevalli at | | Reply

      + 1
      Even the 2nd lehanga in the last row and that choli now I want this I want this

  4. shivani at | | Reply

    my maa would never allow me to wear a black dress to a wedding.. but yaar the 3rd black suit is so nice…

  5. Anon at | | Reply

    These are absolutely stunning.

  6. Seema at | | Reply

    I too loved the 1st ros 3rd pic, lovely black suit. Where can we get these dresses from.

  7. Adara at | | Reply

    Forget about the clothes. Who is that male model? ;P

  8. Asha1 at | | Reply

    No doubt this awadh style is very beautiful and wearable but it has been done a hundred times before, didn’t ritu kumar do a gorgeous collection a couple of years ago, very similar where dia mirza and shabana azmi were the show stoppers? Having said that i would gladly wear all of the outfits shown especially the first black one and the saree at the end are stunning.

  9. SANJAY at | | Reply

    Stunning work!! They are not ground breaking in terms of designs but this is a wedding show and traditional is what they are good at! In love with the last saree – Chikankari is stunning!!

  10. kola critic at | | Reply

    boring boring boring. they make the same stuff year after year. dull

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