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IMAGES: How to dress up for the perfect Indian wedding

Last updated on: April 1, 2013 15:00 IST

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Fashion designer Neeta Lulla and jewellery designer Varuna D Jaani showcased their bridal collection in Mumbai.

Celebrated Bollywood fashion designer Neeta Lulla and trendsetting jewellery designer Varuna D Jani presented their collection at Shehnaai 2013, the annual wedding fair at JW Marriott, Mumbai.

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Neeta Lulla tells you why black is just the flavour of the season.

Want to do an Angelina Jolie, go for the cuts.

The long flowy gowns with minimal accessories are perfect for the summer bride, something like the one Kavita Kharyat (centre) is wearing in the picture.

As for the jewellery, diamonds or any coloured gems look best with black!

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Isn't a bridal collection incomplete without accessories?

Here, the diamond studded neckpiece and dangler earrings by Varuna D Jani makes this model look glamorously stylish.


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Femina Miss India International 2012 Rochelle Maria Rao also walked the ramp in a blue lehenga.


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Femina Miss India 2012 Vanya Mishra also took to the stage in a bright pink pleated lehenga and a bright orange duppatta.


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For those who don't like the gold and silver, this all-black creation worn by Anushka Ranjan was quite the attraction.

The strapped blouse and sheer duppata accentuates the curves and the textured lehenga makes it look the perfect choice for a party -- wedding or otherwise.


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TV actors Nia Sharma and Krystle D'Souza of Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai fame take to the ramp to introduce the bride in centre.


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Actor Soumya Seth who plays the lead in the TV serial Dil Ki Nazar Se Khoobsurat looked stunning in a blue multilayered lehenga.


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Actors Narayani Shastri, Deepika Singh and former Miss India contestant Neha Ahuja also walked in colourful bridal creations.

Deepika, of Diya Aur Baati Hum fame was in fact walking the ramp for the first time.

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Actors Mohammad Nazim, Vishal Singh and Arjun Bijlani spoil you with options in cream and white kurtas.

Celebrity designer Neeta Lulla has played with texture detailing and embroidery for this one.

Team it up with mojris and you are all set to stun!


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Celebrity showstopper and the groom Mahesh Shetty dazzles in a deep blue embroidered kurta pyjama -- as he walks in with the celebrity bride and fellow actors.


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