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  1. Bsimple at | | Reply

    Aww, it’s cute…I like the minimalist lehnga look…I guess she is trying to channel in some Rajasthani-ness…hehe…

  2. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    I can see what you like about this look, but I feel like the makeup and hair kind of make it a bit cheap looking.

    Also, she looks kind of tired, also, the facial hair is kind of jarring.

  3. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I actually agree with you. I’m all for the retro look. I think it could have been executed a lot better, and I can’t say that I like the actual result, but I sure as hell like the idea.
    The one thing I REALLY don’t like is that you can see the WHITE tie in her hair. Surely, she could have done something with bobby pins. I mean, I only wear my hair up with only a tie to the gym. Otherwise it’s usually a french twist, but sometimes a chignon.

    1. pdaervo at | | Reply

      I love the idea of the red flowers in the hair. It reminds me of Aishwarya in a scene in Devdas. That movie was filled with such pretty things, I can’t believe that that was the same Neeta Lulla… anyway.
      BUT ARE THOSE EVEN FLOWERS? They look sort of like a ribbon. Like one of those bows you put on wrapped presents.

    2. PeachBellini at | | Reply

      Tutorial please!

      I’ve always wanted to have my hair in a french twist, but the problem is that i would want to be able to fix my hair without having to run to the ladies room each time. unless the style keeps itself securely throughout the day? otherwise i’m stuck with the hair ties :-/

      1. pdaervo at | | Reply

        It stays put!
        Haha, and if it does with my hair it sure at hell will with anyone else’s. My hair is straight/wavy and will fall out of anything. You have to tease it a bit to keep give it something to hold on to :)
        I actually learned how to do it from an online tutorial (my mom is useless when it comes to anything remotely girly) so google will be your friend :)

  4. Pranx at | | Reply

    i love the look too…something about it thats tad different. its apt for the ‘Royal Rajasthan’ gala dinner too. although, wud’nt dare to wear it myself.

  5. Noor at | | Reply

    i think she looks amazing! so elegant, love the retro vibe and for once even love the flower in her hair! ;)

  6. monika at | | Reply

    I adore her look here. That looks like chikan work, right?

  7. Laveena at | | Reply

    I am with you on this; she looks great.

  8. Sona at | | Reply

    Yes, so early 90’s but I love this look on her too. Almost a breath of fresh air from the anarkalis etc… The outfit looks so elegant, feminine and understated – almost regal – is this style set for a come back? Are we finally tiring of anarkalis and trapeze style kurtas, Sabyasaachi’s multicoloured brocade, velvets and patchwork and Manish Malhotra’s bollywood bling?

  9. Kissmytiara at | | Reply

    Love that golden clutch! Any id on the bag designer?

  10. ash at | | Reply

    Is that a lehnga shes wearing, I may be wrong but I don’t really think a lehnga looks right on ladys past a certain age. Still I love Haseenas style and she looks gorgeous, simplicity itself – she sure is one stylish lady!

  11. AnnMMMM at | | Reply

    i love it – goes with the rajasthan theme!!

  12. sh at | | Reply

    she looks nice! love her original style. she is one cool lady.

  13. KS at | | Reply

    Minority it is not! totaly love the look. That is one, to die for chickenkari. I guess she has some pretty good white collection.

  14. anks at | | Reply

    i like this look… only wishing she’d draped the dupatta a bit neatly… this is so casually thrown on and looks different in every pic… almost like my dupatta when i am having a busy day at office and annoyed at it!

  15. Usha at | | Reply

    I think she looks very elegant and comfy in the lehanga.The red flower sure gives the whole look an edge.Am going to try this sometime.

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