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  1. Tina at | | Reply

    gosh this girl is so pretty, dainty looking. love it!!
    haven’t been in india for a while- but are duppattas an ‘option’ now?

    1. Rock~n~Rose at | | Reply

      Yup!!! Duppatta’s are mostly worn for formal events like weddings / sangeets etc… for daily wear to office / college etc, dupattas can safely be eschewed as long as you follow the foll. 3 rules

      1. No deep necklines
      2. Kurta should be of thick material (not see-through)
      3. The Kurta should be slightly loose, not skin fitting / too tight

      Hope this helps!

      1. Anita at | | Reply

        I was goin to ask the same thing. Thanks Tina for asking and Rock-n-Rose for answering:-)

  2. Deepa at | | Reply

    very cute!

  3. MojitoLover at | | Reply

    BEAUTIFUL!!! I absolutely want to wear the exact same outfit now!! Lovely.

  4. gaga at | | Reply

    this is the first time i’ve seen something on this blog i would love to wear.

    1. gaga at | | Reply

      *that i would love to wear

  5. Sej at | | Reply

    Simple and cute. Like it. Finally not something OTT.

  6. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I love her dainty, pretty vibe. Easy outfit. Easy A ;)

  7. Bsimple at | | Reply

    So cute and simple and she makes it look soooo effortless! WOW! :)

  8. Nidhi at | | Reply

    I’m taking a print out of her pic and getting myself an outfit stitched just like that – same fabric and color, and design!

  9. C at | | Reply

    Do you have details about those jhumaki where can one get etc. They are so pretty.

  10. Ravali at | | Reply

    I love this female and her sense of style.
    Wish she would surprise us a little tho…give us some edgy looks and bling ..that would be awesome!

  11. bella desse at | | Reply

    In the bollywood word of bling-infested saris, loud garish salwar suits and kundan jewellery overload, I thank Dia Mirza for being a breathe of fresh air and reminding us that desis can do minimal chic too.

    It’s so easy to forget, but we do have our timelessly elegant classics as well: kanjeevaram silk saris in jewel tones, white chikan kurtas, floral chiffon saris with a string of pearls, all of which are eternally, effortlessy stylish.

  12. shonali at | | Reply

    i want those earrings and her outfit. she looks radiant and angelic in the pics. good job p & p for posting this. what a refreshing change from the blingy saris and tacky nouveau riche socialites that are sometimes featured here.

  13. Jazz at | | Reply

    Off white and gold! CLASSY!

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  15. sam at | | Reply

    oh i lovee this look…So refreshing and she looks stunning, wish we could see more of this style on other celebrities!!! My most fav picture on this blog..

  16. JP at | | Reply

    absolutely adorable…

  17. Rohan Mehta at | | Reply

    Dee looks best when just simple.. :)

  18. girlie at | | Reply

    Absolute delight…I love the Kerala saree inspiration…those jhumkis too! full marks to Dia.

  19. Aarthi at | | Reply

    Is this outfit by Anamika Khanna?

  20. Anita at | | Reply

    Love it.

  21. Ritu at | | Reply

    Lovely – now this is effortless and stylish.

  22. Sushma Raju at | | Reply

    She looks gorgeous…….beauty personified

  23. nina at | | Reply

    simple n sweet………..luv d jhumkis….

  24. Arati at | | Reply

    Seriously, I too am planning on stitching this when I visit India. Dia Mirza is a very beautiful girl and I have always found her very graceful too.

  25. IG at | | Reply

    love love love it . And its not messy do , I’d call it casual ;)
    Its the Indian Girl Next Door Look. I’ve always loved jhumkis – sweetens everything !

  26. KK at | | Reply

    This is such a simple yet beautiful outfit. Dia looks so pretty. LOVE IT!

  27. KS at | | Reply

    gosh, i had the same kurta churidaar about a decade ago..Some things are just timeless.
    what beauty!

  28. Pree at | | Reply

    oh woww…she looks so beautiful and radiant as usual! the kurti and jhumki look so simple and classic!

  29. Saya at | | Reply

    LOVE! Two of my favs on consecutive posts.nice! ;)

  30. Aarthi at | | Reply

    I think it is Anamika Khanna – because check out this… http://www.highheelconfidential.com/madhoo-soak-mumbaiestuary-exhibition/

    1. Payal(HHC) at | | Reply

      Nop. This isn’t an Anamika Khanna. :)

  31. akaa at | | Reply

    Pat on the back for me!! .. I have the exact same outfit and wear similar stuff to work everyday!!!
    This is so my style … Yay.. This makes my day !! :)

  32. UltimateNats at | | Reply

    Can we pretty pleeeease find out who this outfit is by? And what style is this kind of outfit called?

  33. shyba at | | Reply

    The material of the outfit is so similar to the traditional kerala Sari.

    Looks gr8…

    Plsssss tell me from where shall I get thos Jhumkis …online ..?


    1. KS at | | Reply

      i looked for this jhumki online on many stores but could not find it.

      Can you plz let us know how can we get them online or store?

      Plz Plz Plz

      1. MojitoLover at | | Reply

        I just want to add to this request…I’m not in India and buying online is the only option I have…please please please? :)

  34. arati at | | Reply

    elegant and timeless….me WANT!!!

  35. sireesha at | | Reply

    Whe I read this post earlier I loved the Kurta she is wearing…I found this in Fab India today :) Looks even better in reallife., It has simple white applique work detailing on it

    1. Divya at | | Reply

      I went to the Fab India near my house today but they didn’t have this :(

      1. sireesha at | | Reply

        I saw it in Bangalore…you can take a pic & ask them….

        1. Divya at | | Reply

          Thanks for the info Sireesha. I’ll do that :)

  36. amreen at | | Reply

    i love this! the Jhumkis make the outfit. i’m enchanted by the simplicity of this, when so much out there is so ornate. back to basics!

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