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    • pakistani fashion has salwar’s that ride up to the ankles. im not too sure if that’s what her salwar’s meant to be though.




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  1. Too loud a colour for her to carry off. Besides I hate the cut and ya the salwars riding up the ankle is totally ughhhhhhh. Why can’ these people get designers to dress them? they can afford it




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  2. That’s a beautiful shade of pink. BUT, Jaya does not complement it… its like her color is so glamorous, but the rest of her is so blah, from hair to make-up. Had she paid extra attention to her entire look and then worn this number, it would’ve been lovely.




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  3. it is a really jarring loud color to wear all over..it would have looked nice with a contrast..and the dress is wearing her, and she looks overwhelmed by it…




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  4. I don’t like this color except on little girls. The whole effect is blinding! Why can’t Jaya pick a color in between the super dull pastels and this super bright pink?




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  5. I think it works – the salwar could have been a little longer and she could have worn better footwear but still on the whole this is a VAST improvement over all her disasters earlier. I love COLOR.




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  6. She is looking lovely..more than anything its nice to see her smile for once..the outfit isnt extra ordinary as such but she is looking very nice




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  7. only Abu and Sandeep could have got the dull woman to wear a colour that bright, unfortunately it did not work, becos the expression is still the same




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