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Orange/pink wedding clash.

Byline: By Denise Robertson

Telling your friends what they can and can't wear at your wedding has to come high on the list of faux pas but that hasn't stopped Liz Hurley.

Female guests at her wedding to Arun Nayar are ordered to wear a pink traditional sari for the actual celebration and to be glamorous/casual or glamorous/fabulous the rest of the time.

(Oh the temptation, were I a guest, to roll up looking like an unmade dosshouse bed!)

However, back to the

subject-- men must wear turbans and orange kurtas, the traditional long tunic.

Each guest will receive an "orientation pack" and Hurley and Nayar have even opened a shop at Mumbai's Hilton Towers Hotel so that guests can be sure of buying the right gear for the six-day celebrations.

I can't find the right words to describe this clash of orange/pink pretentiousness.

More of a dog's breakfast than a wedding breakfast is as near as I can get.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 16, 2007
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