13 Responses

  1. padma at | | Reply

    I like the necklace more than the maatha patti, without it she would have looked awesome.

    1. Hema at | | Reply

      Very true. The patti looks rather pretentious. Otherwise very cute, love the hot pink color.

  2. Emaan Khan at | | Reply

    Ayesha Wins and the other loses!

  3. thePURPLEspirit at | | Reply

    I really like Ayesha’s designs… her stuff is very flirty n feminine n fun. Any idea if its available anywhere in India? P n P??

  4. Sej at | | Reply

    I don’t like any of these looks and for multiple reasons.

  5. Lalitha at | | Reply

    The colour looks great on both ladies. I cannot bear this polki-and-dress look of Ayesha’s…puhleez!

  6. sania chaudhri at | | Reply

    I love Ayeshas look..ITS FAB!I love her work too!

  7. Smitten at | | Reply

    Loved the look on Ayesha, think shes been very fun, flirty and making it traditional in a nice way. Loved the matha patti

  8. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I love how feminine Ayesha’s work is, I too am a girly girl.

    I think she pulls it off on charisma alone, but I agree that she would have looked perfect without the head-piece.

  9. karishma at | | Reply

    i love the colour and ayesha definitely looks miles better than the other lady but i don’t like her the jewellery on her head.

  10. rêve at | | Reply

    isnt the head-piece generally worn by the bride??
    I did not know it could be worn as a jewelery piece

  11. AnjaliKhanna at | | Reply

    I really LOVE Ayesha’s whole look…why cant we experiment,i see its a wedding in Beirut,who know maybe the bride is European,its nice to see an expirement rather that a bejewelled cutout jersy dress at weddings that we see on Beautiful Indian women which RUINS it for me.I think she looks really pretty….!

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