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  1. Sapphire at | | Reply

    She looks beautiful, elegant and classy as usual.
    Amala always wears cotton handloom sarees/salwars when dressing Indian.
    And those cotton sarees are not designer labels.
    Just regular ones but lots of varieties. Which also helps the poor weavers/conservation of our dying handloom industry. She is not included in the celebs (list) I was mentioning in Gaurang post. Respect for Amala.

    1. Avani at | | Reply

      Yeah like Karishma of the 90’s, Amala from the 80’s knows how to do elegance however designer or simple it maybe. This how sari exudes classiness, the others who only wear saris – high end designers but still look tacky/or shabby should take notes from her. :P

  2. Bfkd at | | Reply

    She looks divine. Can someone please tell me where I can buy a saree like this

    1. Sapphire at | | Reply

      There is a website called thealternative(dot)in
      It guides you where to buy genuine Indian handloom online.
      It gives some websites one can buy the finest weaves in the country.
      These people are doing a fantastic job by cutting the middle men out and
      giving the benefits to the artisans and weavers who are actually
      toiling to make these things happen.

  3. Nancy at | | Reply

    She is such a natural beauty. And a must have saree!

  4. harry at | | Reply

    Don’t like. Not because it’s simple but because it’s bland.

  5. U at | | Reply

    She is Soooo elegant

  6. Mats at | | Reply

    She is so elegant! love her. Can’t say I am a fan of the saree though :(

  7. dilorea at | | Reply

    She looks as timeless as her saris. She is a perfect example that you dont need to try too hard with bling and designer wear to look classy and elegant.

    1. Sapphire at | | Reply

      +1

  8. Rocky Mountain at | | Reply

    AYYO! the Amala from Mani Ratnam’s Agni Nakshatram. SIGH! SIGH! SIGH!
    So gorgeous…. THANK YOU FOR THE PICTURE :))
    I am SO TIRED of seeing PeeCeee and Kangna on these pages.
    I dont care for the saree unfortunately… it looks like the knock offs of expensive crepe chiffons sold in bulk markets of Lajpat Nagar and Karol Bagh in Delhi :(

    But Amala…. LOOKS LOVELY. Can we please spot her more?
    Thanks P&P!!

  9. suhani at | | Reply

    P&P , round of applause for you to feature her here.

    As lovely as she looks , it sends out right signals to HHC readers that this is how hand loom should be worn . And Repeatedly !

  10. Vidhya at | | Reply

    Classy as always…if i look half as good as her at 45, i’d be mega thrilled!

  11. violet at | | Reply

    holy smokes, how gorgeous is she? I’m not even looking at her saree. Stuck at her face and ethereal smile.

  12. Desimom at | | Reply

    She looks beautiful !!!!
    This is how many women dress in India everyday including my mom. Effortless, natural & comfortable !! They might not be “designer” wear, but they own the look.
    Thanks for featuring Amala here :)

  13. Lulu at | | Reply

    She has incredible skin and wears saree with such elegant ease. But I am not a fan of the saree at all. Not because it’s simple or basic but because it’s too bland like someone above mentioned. The border is too massive and the floral pattern is all over the place..but that’s just personal taste

  14. kasthuri at | | Reply

    She looks gorgeous ! I love her saree selection always. She got my respect when she decided to not wear Silk Sarees because silk worms are killed in their making. Got to respect a woman who walks the talk so to say.

  15. Monika at | | Reply

    so beautiful

  16. SS at | | Reply

    Thanks for posting Amla and this gorgeous handloom/handicraft saree. Fashion ought to cover the gamut…and not just the designer names and bling associated with it. This is respect for HHC speaking! Kudos.

  17. dee at | | Reply

    oh how beautiful she looks! dont care too much for the sari. But amla..oh amla!

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