16 COMMENTS

  1. You mean Dolled up? for option 2 ;) Anyways…Perizaad all the wayyyy! Ayesha’s pink makes it look OTT…maybe if it was a color combo done as a churidaar…it wouldn’t have looked that bad…and that hair…what was she thinking? She does not look her age…whereas Perizaad comes across so cheery and fresh!




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    • I would say it is Parizad because the other one looks like those holiday cling wrap on a tin foil. I normally decorate my pot luck contributions like that during this time of the year… and that reminds me that I have to clean the snow in my driveway first thing tomorrow morning as our snow cleaner (Mr. Koel) is out of town !




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  2. WOW appearances — 2 times in a row for Perizaad!!!
    She looks soooooooo elegant and radiant. Absolutely gorgeous.
    Ayesha doesn’t look bad either but that hot pink doesn’t really work with that yellow for me.




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  3. love perizad’s saree … gorgeous…
    ayesha’s saree material is very difficult to wear … that stiff net … very hard to look elegant. ..atleast she tried. …




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  4. Parizaad luks elagent in d lemon yellow saree.. Ayehsa has d grace.. nice saree but the hair??? for a premier!!! a strict no no! she couldn’t hav jus left it loose.. My vote for the best saree is still Ayesha :-) wat a bright colour combination..!




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  5. Perizaad looks gorgeous… I just love the saree she is wearing–looks so fresh.. yummy. Ayesha’s hair and saree fabric let her down. facewise she also looks glowing and her shoes are nice.




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  6. Ayesha gets points for the color combination on her sari but the fabric, draping and hair leave much to be desired.
    Perizaad on the other hand looses polints only for the dull color of her sari, the drape and her overall look is nice.
    Perizaad wins this round for me.




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  7. Please tell me which part of Ayesha’s look screams ‘perky and cute’? Is she going for a mujra? The silver tin foil-like thing on her sari only adds to the illusion. And a shiny silver blouse??!
    Clothes are all about semiotics – they should reflect the personality of the person who wears them. Using colours like canary yellow and pink cannot be assumed to be an extension of Ayesha’s personality in ALL situations. The sari is so wrong!
    The braid only accentuates the roundness of her face. Had it been tied a little lower, the look would have been more sleek.




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