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  1. Even if her earrings and sandals match her outfit.. the fact that she isn’t wearing any jewellery on her neck or wrists makes this look work. i like it.




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    • No you are wrong. Indians come in all colours from light eyes, light hair and light skin to dark. One example is Nafisa Ali. She is a Kashmiri. She herself told this. Though Amy is a British, many Indians look like this. Here she looks like Tamannah.




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      • I agree with INdians coming in all shades of brown but I don’t think any of us have white skin. Amy, being a Caucasian, has white skin. Even people who are considered very light skinned like Kareena or Karishma are not white skinned. They’d be considered brown or colored.
        Amy has been getting these opportunities in B’wood because she is white skinned, blue-eyed and in addition to all this, very pretty. So she fits right in with actresses like Katrina Kaif though Kaif is very visibly brown inspite of being half Caucasian.
        I may be wrong; these are my own views. Sorry for any unintended offence.




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          • Sorry to disagree but I have personally never come across white-skinned Kashmiris. Yes, to be fair, I have found them to be light enough to have a mediterranean skin tone (like Penelope Cruz) but never white skin. Again, I say this based on my experience of having spent 18 years in INdia and a little over 10 in North America.




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          • And just in case I wasn’t clear earlier, I am not passing judgement on any particular skin tone. I don’t think being white-skinned automatically makes you comely. For example, I find Freida Pinto, Bupasha, Rani and Penelope Cruz very pretty and they are pretty brown. But I don’t find Padma Lakshmi or Shilpa Shetty pretty and they are pretty brown too. At the same time, I find Audrey Hepburn and Vivian Leigh pretty and both were white skinned, while I find Angelina and Jennifer Aniston or Sarah Jessica Parker pretty ordinary. So my estimation of beauty is not based on skin color at all.




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  2. I didn’t recognize her until I saw the caption! I thought it was Tamannah. In theory this is a “match-much” but it certainly doesn’t look that way on her. She looks pretty and not overdone.




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  3. Pretty – very and well co-ordinated. In Indian wear – green and red are such popular combination, that it really sounds like a borrowed thot when some one says it looks like christmas tree…..




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    • Exactly, I get highly annoyed when people think that way, especially here in North America that I say to them, you’ve been conditioned! The rest of the world doesn’t think that way! This is a colour combo found in nature! Lol..

      But coming back to Amy, she looks beautiful, this is not a match much and she looks quite Indian!




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  4. This is a much nicer dress than Kareena’s recent suit! She does look like a fair-skinned, light-eyed firang in an Indian outfit to me but atleast a well-dressed one!




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  5. A simple pair of dull golden jutis would have looked much better than the blingy shoes she is wearing. Ankle up though, she is working the look inspite of all the green and red.




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  6. It all depends on the stylist, who wants to style her matchy/matchy (or) add another accessories to make her not matchy. Since Amy comes from non-indian background, she did very well for herself in this look.




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