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  1. Asha at | | Reply

    The saree looks awful on all three of them. And the so-called “casual” draping isn’t improving matters.

  2. SS at | | Reply

    I bet they borrowed the saree from my maid. What a joke for a designer saree. Yeesh.

    1. Anoushka at | | Reply

      Many maids look very nice and sometimes better than richer people.

      1. zimli at | | Reply

        +1
        I admire so many Indian maid’s dapper style and attention to detail. Doesn’t matter she has limited means but her Saree is always pleated perfectly, pinned and hair perfectly coiffed. Glad they take pride in their appearance. I admire that.

    2. Davina at | | Reply

      Good grief! What a nasty comment! Money can’t buy grace and manners obviously

  3. Ali at | | Reply

    This saree looks like what our mothers used to wear at home to do housework.

  4. Cassiandra at | | Reply

    Drab.These ladies should sometimes shop for saris at some regular neighborhood Sari ka dukan. They will find much nicer saris at a fraction of the cost than this designer stuff.

    1. Moni Pal at | | Reply

      +1000

  5. Bertie at | | Reply

    Paint splatter, you say? Haha
    There is this old telugu film, where the hero accidentally spills ink on a shirt and turns it into a fashion statement. Next, he spits pan on a shirt and that becomes a huge hit too ;) Seems like the designers are heading in that direction seriously.
    Maids, twenty years ago had these sarees and drapes. These days maids are very well dressed. :)

  6. Avani at | | Reply

    Shweta looks pretty ridiculous with that heavy makeup for that kind of a sari. The second lady seems her shoulders/chest is trapped in some Iphone – headphones. Kiran Rao in her usual style makes the sari look even more dull/blah.

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