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  1. Srilalitha at | | Reply

    While I like Rohit Bal’s saree, somehow she seems to have let it down by way of the blouse and the ear rings. She did wear Kallol datta’s well….white watch actually looks cute

  2. VR at | | Reply

    like both the sarees, but the earrings with the Rohit Bal saree are not looking right. Liking the phulkari bag though

  3. Shweta at | | Reply

    Didn’t like Rohit Bal’s saree a wee bit…but surely loved Kallol Datta’s clock print saree!! Wish I could see a bigger picture of the earrings with the white saree…looks quite interesting!

  4. The Mad Momma at | | Reply

    I don’t really care for that Rohit Bal saree….

  5. sari at | | Reply

    i dont see anything great about these sarees to ‘like’ them. small vendors besides my house has better designs than these. but ya..she does wear them in appropriate way !! :l

  6. Reshma at | | Reply

    Fashion head of what?….. a well fitting blouse for a saree is a prereq: isn’t it?
    Round designs on sarees cutesy clocks or not doesn’t work!

    1. Sev at | | Reply

      I think her blouse does fit her appropriately without being too loose or snug. I wish the Bollywood types would learn this…

  7. SS at | | Reply

    I actually like the Rohit Bal saree.. she however carries off the clock saree better.

  8. AM at | | Reply

    No way is either look good.

    You are dealing with yards of material in a sari. DO NOT treat it like a skirt.

    Bunting stitched into a sari is never good.

    And novelty prints are a no-no for a sari.

    Thankfully thus far we have been spared zippered saris or ones with little metallic objects. Anyone reading, don’t go there.

    That is all.

  9. kasthuri at | | Reply

    She looks hip in a saree to me. I like her overall look in both sarees.

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