Ruffled

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Ruffle dress? Check. Louboutins? Check. Chanel bag? Check.

Spotted designer Ayesha Depala at two separate events in dresses from her own label and with some fab Chanel bags! What better way to spread the word than wear your own label and wear it well!

While its fab, here’s hoping the next sighting would be in a label thats not her own and in a non-pastel’y color! ;)

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Left: At OKKU, Dubai
Right: At Women’s Empowerment International Foundation Charity Event

36 COMMENTS

  1. Too flouncy a dress, totally mismatched accessories. Where to start? Those gorgeous loubes certainly are powerful and not frilly-fem. Wasted on this dress. The quilted chanel so wrong for the dress. She should have done a tiny clutch.The black belt on the pink dress? Lordy, it is wide and harsh. Finally, the dark sweater should be verboten, as a delicate stole would have been the way to go if she wanted to showcase her flouncy dress. Total waste of lovely accessories and a disservice to her own dress which might have looked alright had she paired them with the right accessories.




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  2. Cute but too many ruffles on the pink dress.The ruffles on the side could have been given a miss. Do love her accessories though.
    She looks a bit like Suchitra Krishnamurty in the second pictures




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  3. Totally disagree with Herdisnot. The powerful Loubs are a perfect shoe to wear with a flouncy dress to balance the ruffles. The black belt is worn over a dove grey dress, not pink. And the cover up looks like a cropped tuxedo jacket, not a sweater. The perfect way to rock a girly dress and make it edgy. This woman is a style star! She is streets ahead of the pack in the style stakes.




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  4. agree with wami’s comment about the first dress. The black coat perfectly complements the grey dress. But, instead os the pink bag, she should have paired the outfit with the her silver bag. That said, I don’t like the second look at all. The pink dress with overload of flounces is a bit much…along with an overload of undereye concealer.




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  5. Everything separate looks good–the louboutins, bag and the white dress. Not together. With that pink ruffles,the bad makeup in the last pic–she resembles those candy party attending tiny tweens.




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  6. the grey dress is prettier than the pink just because it doesnt have the ruffles on the side. the pink Chanel seems to have come in from no where.
    the outfits still work just because each of the separate pieces are classics that you just cant go wrong with!

    also: why does she have the same bag in different colors? i personally LOVE Chanel, but this is kinda like buying the notorious Birkin in every color possible!




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  7. I personally,love love ruffles ..it works only for the confident and for slim!both of which she seems to be.I think we are all so used to seeing Indian celebs in fitten clothes showing wayyyyy to much skin….refreshing change…!




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  8. I agree Sania. If anyone can work a ruffled dress, it’s Ayesha. She just oozes style. She is chic and confident. There is apparently a waiting list for the pink dress in her Dubai store!




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  9. At least I knowwho to steal bags from now…
    hehehe
    I too love ruffles (and flouncy things! FANCIFUL!) but the pink is even a bit much for my tastes. Love the grey though




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  10. The first outfit is really nice- minus the horrid pink bag.

    The second dress would have been so much better if she hadn’t OD-ed on the frills around the neckline- just the at the hem, sleeves and up the side would have lifted the dress into another category. Plus I don’t like the waist gathers- at least the belt hides it in pic 1.




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  11. I personally love her in the first picture….she looks almost perfect…love the dress, shoes, belt and the tux…she should have given the chanel a miss…wont fault the makeup, think its deliberate
    the second picture, im not liking the metallic chanel with the dress at all, would have preferred a black one




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  12. This dress reminds me of a ’70s prom dress with all the ruffles!

    I like how she accessorized her gray dress with that black belt and cardigan, and also with the pink purse




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  13. she does seem to love ruffles and pastel colours….i like the grey dress…its cute and she pulls it off well…the pink needs some editing…she sure likes her CC bags….




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  14. I am really surprised about all the make-up comments! Can noone see that it is how the pictures are taken, and the lighting is affecting the way the make up looks. As a make up artist, it is clear to me that it is the photo, and NOT the make up!




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  15. She did both outfits really well. The grey dress…the pink bag DOES work (sigh just staring at it on chanel’s website right now..) BUT I think something else would work better.. I personally don’t like the pink dress but she works it nicely. Like the metallic bag with it and her hair suits the dress. Under-eye concealer has got to go. @ Wami…makeup shouldn’t just look good in person… it should look good in photos so yes the makeup is horrible! Do these people actually have time to wear the bag for one photo.. hold it nicely for another.. lol like it’s so posey posey




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  16. @Sharin…Actually it depends on who is taking the photo and what the flash setting is. A good photog will have the correct settings, and there will be no flaw in the image. As for posing, clearly these pictures are taken at different points inthe evening. It’s only natural that the bag position would have changed!!




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  17. Love her style! It’s very good considering she’s a fashion designer. For some reason a lot of designers don’t look as though they have any sense of style. I don’t know why this is but it’s true – I saw this on Project Runway. LOL




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