16 COMMENTS

  1. the dress on the left is similar to one I owned when I was 9(yr 2000). I think it’s fine and have to agree, it’s way better than the printed dress.

    What’s with the huge soap opera style bindi’s though? Kinda creepy.




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  2. I think that’s phulkari on the kurta and not a print. The shiney cuffs and the placket at the neckline are definitely not helping.




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  3. it seems like a mess either way. i never understand why going out for a party is equal to jhatak-matak.

    and i hate it when people buy the same outfit in different colours. it feels like some sort of a uniform




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  4. Hi payal ,the second messy kurta is not print but embroidery-Phulkari from punjab mostly used for dupattas.
    But I agree the embroidered fabric could have had better uses.




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  5. Lol! This outfit reminds me of how some clothes with have a really wacky print sewn in on the underside of the really nice print, and how there people think “oh it’s reversible! I can wear it TWOOO ways!” when in fact, you cannot.




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  6. Phulkari dupattas worn with a plain salwar-kurta look amazing. Without the extra arm and neck embellishments even this would have looked very nice.

    As for the bindi, it is Ila’s personal style and looks fabulous on her. How sad that traditional style elements have now been relegated to soap star territory.




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