18 Responses

  1. Vanaja at | | Reply

    I agree with the saree. Quite refreshing from the blingy sarees. She looks lovely with the post wedding glow…

  2. Madiha at | | Reply

    She looks nice!

  3. Lolita at | | Reply

    I like both.

  4. beehive at | | Reply

    Wow.. absolutely love the saree.. It has both an earthy and festive vibe…

  5. bindu at | | Reply

    beautiful in both pics. loved the anarkali

  6. smriti at | | Reply

    Both r gorgeous!! Love the outfits

  7. asmozonic at | | Reply

    anarkali!!! lovely embroidery there!:D!

  8. Nisha B at | | Reply

    i think she carries any nisshk outfits beautifully..it just adds the glow..and i love the fact she wears her mangal sutra too! beauty personified.

  9. Dipti at | | Reply

    I really love both ethnic n fun at the same time! Love nishka’s colours! How beautiful is that black dupatta

  10. leonine lion at | | Reply

    love the anarkali!!!!

  11. manishi at | | Reply

    looks good in both outfits :D

  12. Slc at | | Reply

    Hard to choose between the two, both outfits are pretty.

  13. Saya at | | Reply

    Lovely! It’s the wearer which is making these clothes beautiful.

    1. Saya at | | Reply

      Clothes look*

  14. Krk05 at | | Reply

    I usually hate nishk outfits but I am loving that anarkali…want !!

  15. Hina at | | Reply

    Love both the outfits

  16. dn at | | Reply

    Beautiful in both, but I love the embroidery on anarkali. Thumbs up for the mangalsutra, the black beads complete the new bride look and glow.

  17. paroma at | | Reply

    She looks lovely. The anarkali is gorgeous.

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