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Embellishment Two Ways

We are very accustomed to seeing zardosi work on special occasion lehengas; particularly if you are a fan of the work of Mr. Manish Malhotra - he incorporates some of the finest detailing I've ever seen. Take a look at Sushmita for further evidence.
I wanted to highlight a different, and in my opinion, less common type of detailing: Lucknowi. Just look at Divya's stunning lehenga! I love it. Here, it gives the impression of an ethereal snow princess. Both outfits featured here were worn at Asin's Mumbai wedding reception.
Photos: @manishmalhotra05, @anishagandhi3


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