Indian TV actors also have red carpet events & these actors were part of the Star Parivaar Awards. A bride-groom outfit that we liked! The velvet electric blue sherwani is uniquely combined with yellow, while the bride has a net blue dupatta to complement. Both look great together!
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This gorgeous simple lehenga by Rocky S could never go out of style. The blouse design adds to the princess effect of the outfit, without being excessive. Edges of the chiffon skirt are tinged with green & the ‘bleeding’ colour effect seems to be somewhat forgotten, but glad it’s back! A belt is a very nice touch too!
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We love both outfits, worn elegantly by TV actresses at the Petal Awards. Both the saree and lehenga is ideal for a sangeet or reception but we don’t know about the long sleeves? That seems to be the current trend, we would have liked to see sheer gold sleeves on the block-pink blouse. The colours are bright and will certainly stand out in a crowd!
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Famous TV Actress, Roshni Chopra wore this simple red choli at the Star Parviaar Awards and she looks gorgeous! We like the thick gold and pink piping border on the skirt but would have opted for a green?gold? coloured blouse. Nonetheless, she still is stunning! What do you guys think?
Women love jewels, regardless of culture! It’s genetically ingrained in us, and Indian bridal jewellery is nothing less than amazing – if you know where to look! Trust us, it isn’t easy traveling to India, through smelly markets trying to find the “wow” items. If you’re a foreign Indian national, don’t waste your valuable time in markets unless you have a local with you, there are way too many shops and you will go crazy! We LOVE this pearl infused bridal jewellery set by C Krishna Chetty & Sons which was launched at the India International Jewellery Week in 2011. Consider a “Maang Tikka” like the one here if you have a large forehead, it won’t look the same if you don’t. It’s a stunning set and you can surely wear a necklace or two, to several occasions post wedding.
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We wouldn’t go past the Essence of Kashmir without showing you this delicate and beautiful bridal golden lehenga with red motifs. We love the large jewellery, which complements the simplicity. An outfit for ease of movement, comfort and truly reflects the Kashmiri bride. Ideal buy for slim and petit women as the skirt is not ‘balloon’ like. Beautiful!
The Essence of Kashmir fashion show was launched recently and we adore the elegance of Kashmiri fabrics with delicate embroidery. This outfit however, we felt possesses slightly too much bling in gold, but this could just be the camera/picture or draping?
What do you ladies think?
“Dhoop-chow” blouses and sarees are extremely popular, and goes particularly well with South Indian sarees. With this pink blouse, the simplicity and fitting is perfect and the gold borders add an elegant touch, while we love the tie-string design on the second blouse. It is better to have such blouses for sarees that you would like to wear on different occasions (like a traditional ceremony as well as wedding) and these styles will never go “out of fashion.”
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