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  1. ohNoOhYes at | | Reply

    the suit has much higher potential than the lehenga. only if she wore it better.

  2. enne at | | Reply

    why is it not a concept to dress formal & ‘dressy’ but not loud, gawdy, and over board at people’s wedding functions? Everyone, even the sisters are so sequined out in the heaviest lenghas they can find. I find this disrespectful to the bride!!! go easy! you’ll have your day too!!!

    1. hema at | | Reply

      Hello, have you ever attended any indian weddings. People in India wear these kind of sequined, full of zari dresses/sarees with lot of jewellery. There is nothing odd in this.. it luks quite normal

      1. kasthuri at | | Reply

        +1. I dont find anything odd in this much zari but just wish it looked nice overall. And i wish people in India stop thinking that braiding your hair is old fashioned or Auntyish. Her hair is super untamed and i feel like oiling it and braiding it nice and tight and then attaching a gajra to it.

    2. eclat at | | Reply

      This loud, blingy trend is a relatively recent phenomenon, I think. Started with KJo’s Punjabi princess movies and this whole concept of Big Fat Indian Wedding coinciding with India’s new economic boom. Agreed, our weddings were always loud and noisy and show-offy, but not to the extent that one sees now.

    3. Food Poisoned Attorney at | | Reply

      Its always been like this. Its all been either very heavy clothes or very heavy jewelry and sometimes both.

    4. RUCHii at | | Reply

      I am sorry but I’ll have to disagree with you. Indian..spl North Indian weddings have been like this for as long as I can remember..& we love them for that! What is disrespectful about a sister dressing up to her best for her brother’s wedding? Forget red, she is not even wearing any sort of bright color..am sure the bride stood out plenty. Plus, as a bride I loved seeing all my friends & families dressed up to the hilt..it looked like they all put in some effort & the occasion was special to them as much as it was for me!

  3. Neha at | | Reply

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  4. suzy q at | | Reply

    Love the lehenga…I love how elegant she looks, and not just because of the clothes. She seems like a poised, composed woman and because of that the clothes complement her…and not the other way around (as is often the case).

    The anarkali I find tacky, but at least it’s not overshadowing the bride. She doesn’t really stand out in a bad way.

  5. slc at | | Reply

    Saba looks lovely in the lehenga. Not crazy about the anarkali. On a personal note I don’t like to wear similar colors at one given desi wedding. This said I am a little disappointed that both sides of the family preferred white, beige, gold or some combo. I was expecting more colorful outfits. It’s not over yet so I have my fingers crossed.

  6. Food Poisoned Attorney at | | Reply

    She looks good in the Lehenga, the suit not much to speak about.

  7. maya at | | Reply

    if one can’t dress up for one’s brother’s wedding, then when does one dress up? the bride has been going on and on about her wedding and her clothes in the papers forever…

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