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Knot so traditional

Paint the town red
If brides have umpteen options to experiment from, why should grooms be left behind? Today, there are several interesting and quirky designs for men. One such example is this Narendra Kumar ensemble. A regular red kurta pyjama has been teamed with a blazer to give it an edge. Simple yet impressive.
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Wedding goes floral
Wedding trousseaus have witnessed floral embroidery in the past, but give your flower fetish an edge by opting for something like this that has been designed by designer Shantanu Goenka. The subtle-yet-chic floral print gown is perfect for one of the pre-wedding functions.
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Modern meets tradition
Who says you can’t mix tradition with fashion? Well, you can and designers Monika and Karishma make it easier for you with their range of cocktail sarees. These sarees created with French chiffons, silks, laces and tulle will lend elegance and uniqueness to your special soirees.
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At: 6A Sukhshanti no 1, next to Jaslok Hospital, 19 Pedder Road and 501 Peninsula Business Park, Tower A, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.
Call: 9833002000

Go digital
If you find carrying the burden of a heavily embroidery lehenga a task, there is a solution for people who belong to your brigade. Designer Sidharta Aryan has introduced a concept of digital prints on lehenga that make it look formal as well as comfortable, and light to wear.
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Email: arya.siddharth@gmail.com
Call: 9833326169

One step ahead
Why limit your imagination and creativity to just your apparel? Footwear is an integral element in the wedding trousseau, hence extra care needs to be taken while selecting a pair. These stilettos in brown, embellished with paisleys is an apt example of glamour-meets-craft.
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At: Aryston Center, opposite JW Mariott, Juhu Road.
Email: info@swatimodo.com

Get the Awadhi look
Tweak the sherwani to make it unique. Add a flared kurta and churidar to a heavily embroidered bandhgala and see the difference. Created by designer Tarun Tahiliani, this couture outfit is out of the ordinary and will help you make an impression.
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Black is Back
Although black might not be a preferred colour during wedding ceremonies, try using this with a dash of few other shades and soak in a stunning look, as in this outfit. The use of green and orange mutes the impact of black, but retains its charm and elegance. Wear it at one of the pre-wedding parties, and bask in the attention.
Log on to: http://www.jadecouture.com
At: 6A Sukhshanti no 1, next to Jaslok Hospital, 19 Pedder Road and 501 Peninsula Business Park, Tower A, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.
Call: 9833002000

Bold and beautiful
Look awesome in this bold outfit. This wraparound top and lehenga in understated shades of blue and green will help you stand out. It’s different, and oozes glamour. So, shed your inhibitions and get ready to be the bride with a difference.
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