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Here comes the bride

Every bride wants to look her best on her wedding day and when you find a designer who is in sync with your vision, you know you will look fantastic.

Mili Kale, 27
Education consultant,Essai Education, San Francisco

Can you picture a coy, bejewelled bride, draped in a heavy lehenga when it's a winter wedding with a summer vibe? A wedding where traditional rituals have a modern aesthetic and class and sass walk down the aisle hand-in-hand? Even before Singapore-born, San Francisco-based Mili Kale decided to tie the knot with her friend-turned-boyfriend Bharat Suri, she knew her wedding would do away with the rule book. "I knew that trying to be someone I'm not just wasn't going to work," says Kale, adding, "I didn't use a single extension (on my hair or eyelashes) and refused to wear more than one necklace and a pair of earrings."

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