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Neeta Lulla - IBFW

As expected, the Neeta Lulla show was any bride's dream. The designer juxtaposed ethereal pastels with the traditional burnt oranges, golds, and reds. Genelia's lehenga was an apt showstopper with a nearly universally flattering shape, warm chocolate and bronze colors, and the lovely pink detailing at the bottom. The pastels were a refreshing touch.
I must add that I've never seen an almost Peter Pan-esque collar peeking out of a choli before. Certainly a first for me, though I doubt we'll see many brides this season rocking a crisp oxford tucked into their lehengas.
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