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While I dislike the design (the keyhole detail) of the gown, I really love the color on Tanya who was on trend in her nude gown. Her look would’ve been much better if she had skipped the necklace. With the narrow v-neck, the neck just looks crowded. Wish she had gone elder sister’s route of wearing one statement piece, in this case, the earrings.

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Tanya Madhwani at Laila Khan’s Wedding


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Left: Natasha Khan at IIFA Awards 2008
Right: Tanya Madhwani at Laila Khan’s Wedding, 2010


Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

30 COMMENTS

  1. Tanya seems to have lost a lot of weight. Looks great now. Love the jewelry – Necklace, earrings and the bangle. But yes, she should have skipped that necklace. Color of the dress looks lovely on her.




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  2. really unflattering.. makes her boobs look saggy and abdomen look huge! the back looks good though. agree with the too much jewellery opinion! the key hole looks like it was supposed to end at the navel and cut too high.. not nice. also natasha in that stretchy balck semi see through boob tube gown is not a pretty sight.. why o why?!!




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  3. Ewwwwwww…the keyhole detail looks kind of cheap and tacky…dont like the gown either…In comparison Natasha looks great…Thumbs Up…..Love Love those neck pieces..: )




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  4. The gown is a sure WTHEYY for me. Horrible design & also so inappropriate for a wedding. It looks so ed carpetish.
    So is nude the new trend or is wearing a gown to an Indian wedding the new tend ?




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    • Traditional for the wedding, gowns for the reception…sad, considering that we have such beautiful traditional outfits and with the gowns, there is far too much skin on show for what remains a sacred event.




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      • A lot of celebs featured show just as much skin in their saris as they do in their gowns. Also, the reception is not sacred/ ritualistic in the least, its more of a social occasion. I dont see why wearing a fown is inappropriate in the least, I just wish celebs wore less tacky gowns




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  5. the shape and cut of this gown is a complete and utter knock off of a Cavalli design. Cavalli did this a few seasons ago in leopard print! Exactly the same cut, drape , everything!




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  6. nude is so in right now. i think it goes well with south asian skin. the neckline would have had more of a visual impact if she hadn’t worn a neclace.




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  7. Dont like their gowns and jewellery,they should have gown inclusive Laila khan now Furniturewala for some traditional clothes instead.Have never seen Natasha in traditional clothes.




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  8. Who are these people at Laila Khan’s wedding? And who is Laila Khan?
    Some very tacky dresses on display at this wedding, I must say.




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  9. Its a risque gown but she has the body to carry it off fabulously. Given how OTT the gown is, I would have preferred elegant minimalist makeup and a sleek updo, and ofcourse the necklace HAS to go




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  10. ewww. The white gown is horrendous! What’s up with all that ruching (leading to padded effect) on the bust? The necklace is lost in the mess.

    The necklace makes the black gown.




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  11. I’m hating this trend for wearing evening gowns to weddings – for a red carpet event fine, but whats the need at a desi wedding?!! It doesn’t even suit the ladys in question much and the kundan jewelery just looks ridiculous on western clothes. I say stick to what suits you!




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  12. Its kind of funny how nobody seems to mind that the men in the prev post were in their suits (instead of kurtas), yet women in non-indian attire at the same event is considered occasion inappropriate.




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  13. I have to say, I’m not a fan of either of the Madhvani siste’s dresses. They yell “tacky and unflattering.” That Kundan necklace is to die for thought, absolutely love it.




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