In Sabyasachi

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Divya, who is the Tulsi’s sister-in-law, was quite decked out at the sangeet in a sequin Sabyasachi lehenga and baubles from Hazoorilal Legacy that surely had me green with envy.

I do think between the flowers and maang tikka, she could’ve skipped one (the latter preferably) but am now more curious to what she is going to sport at the rest of the events. She’s set the (bling) bar quite high.

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Divya Khosla Kumar at Tulsi Kumar-Hitesh Ralhan Sangeet Ceremony

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

38 COMMENTS

  1. Full gold lehenga? My Sindhi heart skips a beat! Jk. I don’t mind the maang tika, but the the flowers pick up the coral of the dupatta rather nicely. She looks stunning here.




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  2. She looks like a puddle of unicorn throw up. And also, when will these Bollywood people develop some class and stop over dressing at other people’s weddings? I don’t care if its your family. You can barely tell the difference between the bride and Divya. Have some respect, seriously.




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  3. That’s for a sangeet?! woah! Those flowers and matching bindi looks juvenile. I can’t get over the fact she wore that for a sangeet! Sheesh




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  4. Oh my!! This is so OTT. Dressed up like a bride.
    The maang tikka has to go. Can’t say I like those flowers. And here I thought that the bride was over dressed for sangeeth!!




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  5. I think the bride decided to go OTT so she wouldn’t be sidelined by her blinged out sis in law. Though I love the lehenga I wouldn’t wear it at someone else’s wedding and steal their “thunder”




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  6. This is a shame because she really a is a beautiful woman. Unfortunately she falls in a category which applies to a lot of Indian woman…overloading themselves with so much bling that it borders on ridicule. Somehow showing that gorgeous (drool worthy) jewelry doesn’t bother me as much as the over sized flowers in her hair….I actually love flowers in my hair. Each piece that she is wearing is lovely, just not all together. However, I must admit that I am very curious, and look forward to what she’ll be wearing in the next few days.




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  7. the poor bride! divya is beautiful and does look good, but it is so insensitive to go to someone’s wedding so totally blinged out. it is possible to participate in another’s happiness and celebrate their joy without [even if unintentionally] trying to make them look like a wallflower.




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  8. I find it very disrespecting to dress like that. C’mon Divya, it’s your sis in law’s big day not yours. I see that it’s pretty common among these big fat indian weddings especially. Maybe it’s an indirect way these ladies compete on who owns the best blings, lehengas and whatever not. And I find it absolutely crazy!




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  9. I love it all! This is how Indian weddings are supposed to look like. And there is no such thing as stealing the bride’s thunder. Get over yourselves, you firangis!

    As to the lady in question, if only she didn’t insist on styling herself to look like a poor man’s Deepika Padukone :) Poor Divya, it doesn’t help that she looks a lot like her too!




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  10. I could not resist writing about this……
    what the heck is she upto …she is clearly tryingto be the centre of attraction and stealing the limelight from the actual bride. How Rude and Crude……




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  11. “stealing the bride’s thunder” is not really an Indian concept — it’s a western way of thinking. I personally would not care who wore what at my wedding. I would be more into how I look and feel and enjoy the day. No one can steal the bride’s thunder. Ours is a culture where people wear red to a wedding. Let’s not look at wedding outfits with the a western POV. Doesn’t look like the bride here cares.




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    • Doesn’t look like the bride cares? And you were able to perceive that somehow from these pictures? Lol ok. Its not about whether its a western or Indian concept. Its just a matter of respect. Plain and simple.




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      • Congratulations PnP. Your site is now way more successful than being mentioned on KwK: you got yourselves, your very own troll right here. Someone who goes after every person she disagrees with and makes sure to dig the barbs right in. I see a lot of others have differing opinions on this site, and that is perfectly OK, as it is a site to critique fashion and give PERSONAL opinion. But I have rarely seen anyone go after someone else for having a different opinion, and chew them out rather rabidly. All this, while writing mealy-mouthed comments calling others out for comments like ‘hater will hate’.
        What’s with ‘I don’t care if its family…?’ Do you think either Divya Khosla or any other person who has a different opinion than yours, really gives a flying fox about what you care about and don’t care about? Seriously, you have some respect…give your opinions without feeling the need to dig into some else every time their opinion/ perception differs from yours. Follow your own advice for a change.




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        • Are you actually serious? I called her out on her opinion (“I don’t think the bride cares”) because it made no sense. And then I disagreed on the whole respect thing because its my OPINION. If you are going to take offense on people having a different opinion than you and being vocal about it than you have a problem. And I have never ONCE said “haters will hate” or anything to that effect. Maybe you have me confused with someone else. And I don’t care if Divya Khosla cares about my opinion or not. I never expected her to. I don’t understand why you are getting so offended on her behalf? And its funny because in your comment you basically did everything you accused me of doing.




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      • Vysh — and how can you tell the bride cares what her SIL is wearing from the pics? How can you tell she feels disrespected? Since when did this become about respect? Lots of people went OTT and wore red to my wedding — I didn’t care. Live and let live.

        ps. It is in western culture where only the bride wears white, etc. That’s what I meant.




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        • lol that’s the question I’m asking you! And I never said the BRIDE feels disrespected. I said I think its disrespectful. There’s a difference. Its always been about respect. Its the bride’s day and you have to keep that in mind. Go OTT on your day not someone else’s. And this doesn’t have much to do with the colour or anything. Just the overall look.




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          • so exactly who is it disrespectful to if not the bride? Who are the wedding guests supposed to respect? I think you just want to argue for the sake of arguing and having the last word. Please have it. I don’t care for silly internet arguments over clothes that I don’t own and people I do not know.




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  12. It’s a wedding in the capital peeps, this is nothing. Most of Delhi weddings are like this or even shinier. Women and girls go all out, it’s their culture




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  13. What she’s wearing is absolutely appropriate for her own brother in law’s wedding. I have seen way more blingy outfits at Delhi weddings. Have money will flaunt.




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    • True that. I went for a Delhi wedding and everyone was dressed up to the max and looked a million bucks with matching jewellery. Delhi ladies have a innate sense of high fashion. I was the only one less blingy in my kanchipuram sari coz it was my first time. There is no stealing the bride’s thunder sentiment. The spirit of an Indian wedding is look your best, enjoy, dance and have loads of fun O ya bless the couple :)




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      • I respect the rest of your comment but I don’t think this can be even in the vicinity of high fashion. You don’t have to be completely blinged out to look good. Nor does being completely blinged mean its high fashion. I wish us Indians would get rid of this mentality because a lot of the times (such as in this case) it just makes us look ridiculous.




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        • I kinda of liked the matching blink with the outfit n matching jewellery. Its only for a wedding you can dress up but i agree some are overexcited n go way overboard? But in my part hardly they put even makeup so I was alright with the change




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  14. Awesome dress. Extremely pretty. The dress is well carried. Divya, you are looking Gorgeous. Sabyasachi well done – full marks to you for the design.




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