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  1. Leyla at | | Reply

    Wow I wouldn’t have guessed the orange one was a Sabyasachi. It’s nice because it looks so different from the typical Sabya outfits we have seen lately. Is the yellow a Sabya also?

  2. RUCHii at | | Reply

    she makes a beautiful bride..both the outfits are bright & cheery without being overly blingy. Congrats to the happy couple!

  3. soni at | | Reply

    the choli with the yellow one is pretty
    The red one makes her look so stout !

  4. Neelu at | | Reply

    Beautiful colors!! Love them both.

  5. Madhulika at | | Reply

    Can anyone please tell me where the yellow lehenga from? It’s beautiful.

  6. sara at | | Reply

    @ Payal
    Can u add the pic from her mehendi, she looked really pretty in pink lehenga.

    1. tasneem at | | Reply

      agree and those jhumkas were to doe for.

      1. monika at | | Reply

        yup…she looked her prettiest there

  7. tasneem at | | Reply

    i mean die for.

  8. Ritu at | | Reply

    Sorry to say but simply hated the yellow lehenga……. She looks good in sabyasachi though….. Good luck to the new couple!

  9. arpitha at | | Reply

    she is looking nice in both, like the colors – orange, yellow (& pink from mehendi).
    but just the orange sabya looks more like a mix of lehenga & gown, rather than a bridal outfit.

  10. Madhulika at | | Reply

    Sabyasachi outfit does not seem like a lehenga, it seems its a gown. The top is not separate from the skirt. Does anyone else feel the same too?

  11. rt at | | Reply

    I love both the outfits. The yellow is nice and bright and the wedding lehenga is absolutely gorgeous. Do you know where the wedding jewelry is from? I think those necklaces are absolutely stunning, specially the long one!

  12. slc at | | Reply

    Love the bright bridal colors on both occasions. Jewelry worn during wedding ceremony (closer shots on another webiste) are so pretty, probably heirloom pieces. Lovely.

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