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  1. I don’t know if its only me…but wearing a ornated RED lehanga at a friend’s bro wedding?? what are the closed ones or for that matter the bride is supposed to do/look for the special day in their life #justthinking..#OTT




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      • You’re right. And I agree. People wear red to weddings all the time. In PC’s case, this outfit is simple (no ott bling like we’ve seen at a recent celeb’s family wedding) so she sure isn’t trying to outshine the bride. PC looks gorgeous.




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    • I think its quite lame how red is traditionally equated only with the bridal dress.
      I don’t see why ‘only’ a bride has to wear red to signal that it’s her day.




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      • Nah, she looks great, but wearing red to a bride’s wedding is a definite no. Its traditionally a bride’s color even if the bride chooses to wear something else.




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  2. Being european I am not fully aware of the cultural sensitivities concerning colours. Nevertheless, even if not appropriate for the occasion, as some of you guys say, the look as such is gorgeous. She looks classy, the proportions are perfect and balanced. To be honest, all in all she looks more attractive and feminine than when she wears those mini skirts or… hardly anything as she does in her videos. Congrats to the stylist this time, keep up the good work!




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  3. Red is so common for guests in Indian weddings. And this legends is NOT heavy or the kind that will upstage the bride. You are just nitpicking.




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  4. I don’t really understand how people are calling it an ‘ornate’ lehenga. By no means, it’s very elaborate. The colour is one of those proper “siren red”, as a result, her look becomes conspicuous! Though I feel jewelry could’ve been minimal.

    She looks beautiful, like one of those royal women living in Havelis of Rajasthan!




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  5. You guys call all flared bottoms a lehenga but from what i know lehenga is basically a desi skirt. What priyanka wears here is a sharara which has two separate legs but without the ‘goth’ or the crimping at the knees which a gharara does.




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