Isha became a South Indian bride wearing her mother Neeta's necklace, leaving Alia from '2 States' behind

Ananya Shroff
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Ever since the wedding functions of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant started, Isha Ambani has been wreaking havoc with her killer looks. Isha is dressing up so well for her younger brother's wedding that no one can compete with her. Now Isha's new look has come out. Through which she has once again proved that no one can compete with her in beauty and style.

Very cute pictures of Ambani's daughter in lehenga-choli have surfaced. In which her traditional look stole everyone's heart. Wearing gajra in her hair and lots of jewellery, Isha did wonders. In this look, her love for her mother Nita Ambani was also clearly visible because she is seen wearing her mother's necklace and she also left behind Alia Bhatt's bridal look from '2 States'. (Photo courtesy: Instagram @anaitashroffadajania/mickeycontractor)

Isha's outfit is specially designed

Isha is giving fashion goals with her every look, but this time she won everyone's heart by adopting a completely traditional look. She was seen in a completely traditional look, which was custom designed for her by Anuradha Vakil. At the same time, she was styled in this look by celebrity stylist Anita Shroff Adajania.

Great work done on the blouse

This sea-green and golden lehenga of Isha has thread work along with stars. The back part of the choli with round simple neckline has been made deep. On which peak piping is attached, then the flower vine has been made intricately with golden stars and zardosi work. At the same time, a beautiful design has been made with a wide border on the sleeves, which looks quite stunning. In this look, Isha is giving the vibes of a South Indian bride.

This was Alia Bhatt's look in 2 States

The lotus flower lehenga looked very beautiful

The lotus flower lehenga looked very beautiful

Now if we talk about Isha's lehenga, first of all its color combination looks amazing. Every bud has been worked with golden lace and lotus flowers have been embroidered in the middle. The border has been divided into four parts. First of all, work has been done with golden stars, then a flower vine has been made on the peach color border. After this, stars have been put on the wide peach strip and then finally it has been given a final touch with lace.

The pearl pendant on the scarf looks completely different

The pearl pendant on the scarf looks completely different

Isha's dupatta is made of peach colour, on which the border is of the same colour as the lehenga. Its border is made so heavy that it brings a different grace to the whole look. First there is a golden border, then a design of peach coloured flowers and stars, after this flowers and leaves have been made at regular intervals by embroidering a strip like the lehenga. Which she has tucked by making pleats like a pallu and then attached it to the waist at the back. Where the colourful tassels hanging from it looked very different and beautiful.

Jewelry is number one

Jewelry is number one

The soul of Isha's look is her jewellery. First of all, she braided her hair and put a gajra on it, after which the hair accessory of Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas label won hearts. Not only this, she wore pearl and diamond earrings and people could not take their eyes off the green emerald necklace. With which she also paired bracelets in both hands and a floral waistband. Which was making her look even more classy. Which is from Falguni Mehta's label Jadau Jewellery.

Mother Nita had lost her

Mother Nita had lost her

However, the most special thing in this entire look was Isha's necklace, which she took from her mother. This necklace was worn by Nita Ambani on the occasion of the inauguration of the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Center. Now Isha has styled her mother's necklace very beautifully with her lehenga at her brother's wedding.

At the same time, with nude makeup, kajal filled eyes and black bindi, Isha made everyone crazy with her traditional style.


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