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  1. shwetha at | | Reply

    Trisha looks pretty and glowy but SUPER blah saree and looks a decade old in style
    I wish she had gone for either a more classic south indian style, or a more contemporary selection. This is very mother of the bride at a dandia sort of saree :(…

    1. shal at | | Reply

      She looks gorgeous and happy.The beauty of saree is anyone,at any age can wear it.It is sooo wrong to criticize ones engagement or wedding saree.

  2. Siara at | | Reply

    She looks awesome, Saree doesn’t look designer but perfect.

  3. Fvc at | | Reply

    She looks perfect, I cannot wait for the wedding

  4. S at | | Reply

    She looks pretty!!! And they look cute together..

  5. Slc at | | Reply

    Timeless saree. Love the traditional look. Looking forward to the wedding pics.

  6. Rashu at | | Reply

    Simple and elegant traditional SouthIndian attire and its a timeless look. The saree was custom woven by Pothys in a fusion of Kanchipuram silk and Mysore silk. The pleats were a golden orange while the rest of the saree was pink with contrast border. Neeta Lulla worked on the overall styling of the saree and blouse and final embelishments. I like that she left the blingy-bling out of this personal occasion.

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