36 Responses

  1. Slc at | | Reply

    The red is too harsh for the soft green…but she still manages to looks lovely…love the hair.

  2. kishmish at | | Reply

    I guess it also depends on where the wedding/reception was. I think it would be quite useful for a wedding in the cold Delhi winter!

    1. Sin at | | Reply

      It was in Bombay

  3. PC at | | Reply

    LOVE it!

  4. Violet at | | Reply

    The colours work for me..they complement each other well and create a beautiful palette. She probably wanted to go with the Christmas colours ;)

  5. Thapsi at | | Reply

    She looks good but the dupatta takes away from the look. Contrast colors should complement each other and not try to take over each other. This is def not a contrast color combi. It’s like she ran out of the store picking the dupatta she could lay her hand on.

  6. Ramya at | | Reply

    Yes it’s subjective . Mint green all over would be monotonous to me tht I will end up pairing some colorful earrings to break tht . But the beautiful reddish pink is such a smart contrast . Love love

  7. RICHA at | | Reply

    I love the red contrast here. Although, i dont like the way “not so clean” churis of the churidar are falling (as much visible here).

    1. pooh at | | Reply


  8. saki at | | Reply

    i think the red spoils the delicate prettiness of the green kurta. it looks like a hastily thrown-on curtain.

  9. Monika at | | Reply

    that dupatta is certainly not going with the suit.

  10. ajeeta at | | Reply

    I really like it!! She looks gorgeous.

  11. Lizzy at | | Reply

    She looks lovely! And carried the red dupatta very well

  12. Vrinda at | | Reply

    I quite like the red offsetting the mint….nice!

  13. Sweta at | | Reply

    Love love love … A+

  14. ria at | | Reply

    I think its a great combo!

  15. Bluebells at | | Reply

    She is already very fair complexioned. A Matching Dupattha would have aged this look for
    Soft colour + Fair complexioned = An Aged look overall ! (At least here it applies). Plus her lips are red but not siren red so she did the right thing by having a balanced mixture of colours!

    I’m glad she went for the contrast. A nice punch to the already soft coloured beautiful attire. Although my only pet peeve is that velvet is looking way too heavy on the ornate piece. Should have gone for a lighter version.

  16. divya at | | Reply

    richa i disagree with u …. its in this image
    the churidar looks good

  17. Aboli at | | Reply

    Love the contrast!

  18. Saya at | | Reply

    So gorgeous she is. Such a delicate beauty like Dia. I love the contrast. It packs quite the right punch for a wedding reception without making it OTT.

  19. Radhika Bhalla at | | Reply

    I like the punch of colour. A mint green dupatta would have paled both the look and her skin too much.. The contrast seems to have paid off!

  20. praneeta at | | Reply

    It’s not the usual run-of-the -mill contrast… It’s a bold contrast and anushka carries it extremely well….
    The mint dress and dupatta individually are striking pieces … Putting it together…. Dont know whose brain wave it was…. Sabyas or hers… It’s fantastic ! It’s different !

  21. apsara77 at | | Reply

    A matching dupatta would have been too matchy matchy. This looks perfect on her.

  22. Puja at | | Reply

    May b a pink dupatta or a red one in different material would have worked better.
    This one look too heavy for the ensemble.

  23. Shansi at | | Reply

    She looks young and fresh and the credit goes to contrast dupatta that she is wearing.Good choice Anushka!!

  24. Fashionizta at | | Reply

    I understand that Sabya has chosen a complementary color scheme with red being the opp of green but if I was given a choice I would pick antique gold, sapphire blue, bottle green or even bark brown colour as the shawl just to make it regal. The red is too loud for me but she looks gorgeous

  25. jyo at | | Reply

    I love the look, simple and elegant and the splash of red is perfect on that mint!

  26. Lazyu at | | Reply

    If the red was more muted I would have liked it better.

  27. Sanjana at | | Reply

    Loved the contrasting cherry red dupetta!

  28. D at | | Reply

    Absolutely love the look!

  29. love anushka at | | Reply

    OMG i love tht outfit. n she looks gorgeous like always. reminds me of kashaf.

  30. leoninelion at | | Reply


  31. Amodini at | | Reply

    I love the dupatta, but the drapery overwhelms her.

  32. Sona at | | Reply

    Umm Pyar Kiya Toh Darna Kya from Mughal-E-Azam anyone? Classic combination in my opinion, although maybe if it was georgette instead of velvet, you might have appreciated it more.

  33. Jiminywiminy at | | Reply

    The colour combination has a very Pakistani feel to it. Love the pairing of red with mint. And love that the dupatta is velvet.

  34. Nandita at | | Reply

    I love this look & i absolutely love what anushka brings to it..

    If you see carefully there is a lota work on the kurta itself… and so is the border of the dupatta and n kurta heavily embroidered…. .. The pastel takes away the “toomuch” from the work while “the red color” of the dupatta adds the celebration feel to the otherwise pastel suit. & Those mojri’s … I totally dig them… a churidaar with a mojri can never make you go wrong with your footwear choice. I loved the outfit & ANushka ofcourse… she carries her clothes really well <3

    & now…

Leave a Reply