This post has been gathering dust in my drafts from many days now so I thought I’d finally show some love to this post today. Here are some bridal wear options from Rocky S, Joy Mitra, and Jaya Rathore. 🙂
So which one is your favourite among these? I loved the fifth one and the 8th one the most. 🙂
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26 thoughts on “Top 8 Indian Bridal Wear from Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week A/W 2010”
looovveee the first one and the last one and ofcourse hima’s saree… thank you *winks*
the last one is inspired by Radha. It’s really gorgeous. 🙂
I like the 2nd one (the model whose back is turned…wahts that color called Rati), 3rd one,and the fifth one….(its gorgeous).
The colour is called teal green. 🙂
I love the last one and Hema malini is still soooo gorgeous..
I wonder how would i lok when I reach her age. 😛 She looks fab . 🙂
but do you know how hema malini looks withotu botox…….she looks like a horror….
apparently, she talks like a puppet coz the botox makes her face muscles numb…..thats what I heard.
One of my friend works in a film industry so I get to see the real images of stars. I recently saw Hema Malini’s pics and she looked aged but pretty. Didn’t know she had got botox but I am not surprised either. 🙂
Oh let’s not talk about how Hema Malini talks. lol!!
I quite like all! and I think Hema looks better than her daughter 😉
Agree but I find Esha cute. 🙂
Yes, thats one point I agree on, Hema Malini looks better than her daughter. Esha looks like a fair version of Karnam Malleshwari (the weight lifter who won bronze medal for India)….ouch…I am so mean to everyone!!!!
lol!! 😀 I need to google who Karnam Malleshwari is. 😛
In love with 4 and 6 🙂
and 3 too.
I agree I like Hema malini better than her daughter….and well she’s well over 60. Guess she would need some botox to look like that! but then I also think she has maintained her body fabulously…guess it’s all the dancing!
I do agree. I am sure she takes enough care of herself to look like that. I don’t even want to imagine whow would I look when I am 60. Hope all the care I take care of my skin helps me. 😛
i too liked hema malini better than her daughter, but you’ve gotta agree, esha’s looking smashing these days. i mean her face has transformed into a soft luminosity! she actually looks quite beautiful now. don’t you remember how weird hema looked when she was young? well she got out of it, didn’t she? the same can be said for esha. i expect her to get prettier. honestly.
as far as the above designs are concerned, i wouldn’t say that they are great! however the purplish lahenga on bride one is a refreshing change from the reds and pinks that we’re so used to seeing. bride five looks the best! that orange is killer man! it’s the best out of the lot, for me. 🙂
I loved how Hema Malini looked in the movie, Qurbaan. But for me everything goes down the drain once she open her mouth. 😛 She looks elegant and very feminine. Infact, it feels sad to see how Zeenat Aman looks now. She was such an icon when she was young.
Esha looks cute . Infact I have always liked her just that she has been a little unlucky with her career.
Me to looved the orange one. The flow, the cut , the colour, the border- everthing is just so perfect for me as well. 🙂
DI a fab india haul today, will post it. These guys are doing great. 🙂
Love 3, 6 and Hema Malini’s saree… 😛
Actually all are gorgeous.. But blue is not my color…
And I so cannot carry Koena’s outfit though I love it a lot… 🙁
Really, you don’t like blue?
Actually you may pick up bits and pieces from Koena’s outfit but wearing it as a whole in a traditional Indian wedding would be a bit uncomfortable.
sarees and lehenga are really gorgeous…………..
i like the 2nd one but it should have been teamed with red instead of pink leggings, its so pretty but not as a bride , maybe to attend a wedding or puja / function as such . Its very girly and the cut would hide a paunch . Plus its got all this gorgeous flirty work on it 🙂
The last is the best. BTW, Hema looks good whether with or without botox. Jaya Rathore rocks in fashion.