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  1. Pitu at | | Reply

    Loveeeeee the red lehnga and the beige/gold salwar kurtas. How can someone who makes these lovely outfits have made the Vidya Balan atrocity?

  2. Anonymous at | | Reply

    Hmmm…the first beige/gold chudidars, the second white one, the blue one, the red lehenga and the saree are very wearable. Pretty good stuff actually…not over the top like Abu-Sandeep can be.

  3. Anonymous at | | Reply

    Only the blue outfit really stands out. The red lehnga looks more Ritu Kumarish. Wearable stuff but maybe they have been in the business too long. Where is the creativity?

  4. Leyla at | | Reply

    I must say that you are very bad at posting your source. Atleast give a link that directs one to the exact page the pictures are from.

    Professionally these are not credible sources.

  5. Priyanka D at | | Reply

    I loved the white dresses and the saree. Very very wearable and nothing OTT. Cool.

  6. sunshine87 at | | Reply

    really nice! the saree is gorgeous! extremely summery in taste. the kurta-churidars are nice too.. nothing too OTT:)

  7. Anonymous at | | Reply

    Same stuff since 1980 whatever…

  8. Gautam Prakash at | | Reply

    nice work ….. d red colored lehnga having golden embroidery seems to be good

  9. Gautam Prakash at | | Reply

    so good work .keep it on

  10. Lyzeh at | | Reply

    To the blog owners/writers/updater’s, have you ever checked out Pakistani fashion? it’s very chic, i can name drop some brands if you’re interested.

  11. Lyzeh at | | Reply

    oops i mean designers not brands.

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