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  1. Vyoma at | | Reply

    Isn’t that a Raw Mango sari from the earlier Mashru collection?

  2. slc at | | Reply

    Despite a poor choice in the blouse dept., she manages to look lovely.

    1. Paroma at | | Reply

      +1
      The sari is garish, and the blouse is a poor choice for that sari, but somehow she still looks lovely

  3. Sara at | | Reply

    All I can see is that bindi – if I was with her in person I don’t think I’d be able to resist the urge to take it off and reposition it a smidge lower..It’s so distracting as it is..

  4. Asha at | | Reply

    Such a garish saree; even wrapping paper is more subtle. It’s not a welcome change really.

    1. Avani at | | Reply

      LOL! How true.

  5. eclat at | | Reply

    I find it funny that some women, being Indian and living in India all their lives (presumably) look so uncomfortable in sarees. I understand non-Indians not being able to carry it off gracefully (maybe it’s the gait or carriage or just the weight of the thing), but looking at Indians clomping around looking like wrapped beanpoles…

  6. Ayesha at | | Reply

    Nice to see haseena featured after a long time. I always think her a stylish and elegant lady but this shade of mithai pink is difficult for anyone to pull off, and is making her look drained. Looks like a raw mango saree to me.

  7. Violet at | | Reply

    Let’s start with “keep this saree locked away in a cupboard far far away from any pair of eyes” charity.

    PS: Her face looks lovely though.

  8. D at | | Reply

    I’ve seen this Raw Mango sari, and it’s not garish as it appears in this picture. I think it may be the lights, but it’s actually a very pretty sari.

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