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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!

  14. ananya_s at | | Reply

    lovely….;)perrfct..

  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 ..?

    plssssss

    1. KS at | | Reply

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

      P&P,
      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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