26 Responses

  1. dollar at | | Reply

    Silver jutis/silver heels/flats….anddd deal will be sealed

  2. Nids at | | Reply

    Dear P&P: I urge you not to use the term ‘nude’ to denote ‘skin colour’..it is a loaded term that reeks of the white privilege.

    1. Ann at | | Reply

      Nids, P&P refer to the shoe color as nude. never have they ever refereed to skin color as that. I think you misread their comment.

      1. eclat at | | Reply

        The word for clothing/shoes came about to describe a colour that matched a whiter skin tone. That’s what’s racist about it- that “nude” never refers to a brown nude, or black nude. So Nids is very correct when she says it refers to white privilege- that nude is a term co-opted to refer to only Caucasian skin.

    2. Avani at | | Reply

      We Indians are more racist among our own race people when it comes to skin color, why bring the Whites. lol. Anyway, it is only about the shoe color that P&P are referring to and I am not sure how you derived it to be referring to skin color.

  3. Sam at | | Reply

    I never get this phayalvan pose…

  4. sg at | | Reply

    platform wedges…really!!!!

  5. Asha at | | Reply

    The wedges look like concrete blocks…in any case, the lifted-leg posing is awful all by itself.

  6. Fashionvibe at | | Reply

    yuck! hating this look. Alia always looks like she is trying too hard

    1. BlueBells at | | Reply

      Agree totally. I often see pre-teen girls in wedding all done like her and then because maybe they are too young, they can’t carry/ have pencil or proper heels.. so they go for awful wedges that don’t complement the attire at all! But then they are young so it’s fine. Alia seriously should stop trying like only she knows how to give an outfit a quirky look.

      Also, the same old hairstyle and makeup. Lifted leg position is only worsening the look. I don’t like the neckline of the dress either.

  7. Vysh at | | Reply

    When I saw this on instagram I thought she looked so sweet and pretty. I would wear this look in a heartbeat. And then I saw the wedges :S Wth?

  8. Avani at | | Reply

    She looks so damn pretty in that suit.

    1. shadow at | | Reply

      If it weren’t for those puke-worthy wedges this look would have been a stunner.

  9. Mel at | | Reply

    Minus the chunky shoes, what a stunning look! Love love love especially if she had worn a pair of delicate flats/stilettos.

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      +1. The chunky shoes are like a stool. So chunky.

    2. sonal at | | Reply

      +1

  10. Robert at | | Reply

    Those are not shoes. It’s a road roller. Ugly as hell and an orthopedist’s nightmare. No one looks good in them.

  11. anna at | | Reply

    All that aside, but why wear this to a sports event?

  12. U at | | Reply

    This girl is unpredictable! One day she’s flaunting those legs and looking Super teen-ish in a rompers and the next day all elegant and lady like. Very lovely look. Will excuse the wedges.

  13. vanaja at | | Reply

    Oh my, she looks so pretty.

  14. Janice at | | Reply

    Pretty outfit, pretty girl….then those shoes!!! Why?..

  15. Adara at | | Reply

    I give the funky chappals a free pass because she is not Vidya Balan. Else I would have torn into her with my claws.

    1. Hansini at | | Reply

      hahahaha…I say touche on behalf of all your self-righteous detractors:)

  16. red at | | Reply

    the pristine white look is killed by those horrendous shoes or else it would have been 10 on 10!

  17. trupsster at | | Reply

    What sort of an outfit is THAT to wear to a kabaddi match?!

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