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  1. anastasia at | | Reply

    nah–neither.. very ‘hindi soap opera’ types.

  2. Megha at | | Reply

    that’s my pick too
    what a beautiful and different dress
    love the colours and the bandhini style

  3. Fatima at | | Reply

    lol you know what thegown is nice, a brilliant fusion, but she should’ve worn it with a SMILE :), a heart-felt smile, and not a smile like the one in the pic on the right either! lol

  4. nita at | | Reply

    I had a salwar kameez about 10 years ago where the kurta was the exact same bhandej and salwar was the made from the cloth which is in her her bodice area. I just verified it with my old pictures and I can’t believe that some designer would actually stitch a dress out of a salwar kameez .

  5. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I don’t like either

  6. To poor to ever make it to the pages is HH at | | Reply

    Niether. when Oh when will some folks learn that simplicity is the key. Loud colour, print all over, there are no accents on this gown just a diarrhea of Bandhej.

  7. D at | | Reply

    Both are awful!

  8. Aathira at | | Reply

    I think that Bhandini print the way it is draped is very good. Any idea who’s design is it?

  9. CocoNUT at | | Reply

    I used to wear sooo many salwar kameez with that kind of print when i was growing up.

    ahh memories :)

  10. Enne at | | Reply

    this is so very wrong. all of it. nothing fits and those shoes are ugly. too much makeup and a new colorist wouldn’t hurt either! UGH!

  11. Kav at | | Reply

    nice..i’ve seen bandhini skirts but never a maxi. I like it and wouldn’t mind one in a darker colour…P&P do you know who designed it?

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