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  1. KK at | | Reply

    I don’t care if these sandals are designer – what a rip off!! I’m sure I can buy these for less than a 1000 rupees in India. $200+ for these sandals?! – YICKS!!!!!!!!!

  2. stuti at | | Reply

    They ARE kolhapuris! only very expensive.

  3. Nick at | | Reply

    You can buy these near Kala Goda near cafe Mondegar in Mumbai.. I suspect for not more than 500 rupess

  4. RZ Sokol at | | Reply

    I have ones from jaipur for 250 rupees… I actually like the red dress- very summer chic

  5. monika at | | Reply

    Lol…..those are Kohlapuris. I like the twish with the heel. Pity those who have to dish out all that moolah for these.

  6. Flower Power at | | Reply

    cheee… what a rip-off. i see kolhapuris going the way of basmati and turmeric. we seriously need to impose IPR on indigenous goods.

  7. Megha at | | Reply

    i so love that pink/red dress!!

  8. Ratan at | | Reply

    Ha! We can get better kolhapuri’s right here in Delhi….and I’m sure they’d be comfortable not just for my feet but for my wallet too!! And I don’t like the maxi dresses either, the jewelled necklines seem to added as an afterthought to jazz up the drab dresses!!

  9. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I bought some from SRI LANKA for like 300 rupees…that’s like $3.00 US -___-
    …I still like those blue ones though

  10. Nepali at | | Reply

    I like the one with the heels. It’s the creativity of socialite turned designer. Surprise Surprise!

  11. justcasually at | | Reply

    Dont the necklines look inspired by Ranna Gill’s designs?
    And these are definitely Kohlapuris.

  12. beans at | | Reply

    fully agree with Flower Power above.

  13. kahlu at | | Reply

    those dresses seem more African inspired than Indian

  14. CocoNUT at | | Reply

    i bet those sandals aren’t as comfortable as the ones u could buy in india for like $2 bucks

  15. Anita at | | Reply

    they do resemble kolhapuris and they are a rip-off

  16. Kimmy at | | Reply

    Pretty sure I could get similar sandals at any street vendor or market..tsk tsk.

    Not a big fan of patterned maxis but something about the red one, I do like.

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