In Sachin & Babi

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If there’s a certain kind of look that Kangana owns, this has to be it. A classic (yet with just enough accents to make it contemporary) sheath, fail-safe pumps or sandals and discreet jewelry… And voilà! Right up Ms. Ranaut’s alley.

This recent outing makes the point for us. Wearing a Sachin & Babi dress with Dior earrings and Louboutin sandals, Kangana looked impeccably put together. Not much to fault here!

Event appropriateness? Now that’s something entirely different to chew over.

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Kangana Ranaut At Barkha Dutt’s Book Launch


Kangana Ranaut In Sachin And Babi At Barkha Dutt's Book Launch

Kangana Ranaut At Barkha Dutt’s Book Launch

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

15 COMMENTS

  1. I hardly ever comment on Kangana’s post because she is my idol and to me, she looks good 9/10 times. I felt like commenting on this look after very long.

    I love this look. So immaculate, the black panel and the embroidery on it does remind me of side table mats where you put your landline phone or some classic vase :P but overall, it’s such a clean, slick and a sophisticated look. Pumps are synonymous with Kangana (& Deepika) so I like that she chose a different footwear. And and and, LOVE her cheery smile!!!! :)




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    • That’s the ONLY reason I spare her, because she is your idol BlueBells. :P That’s the importance I give you. :D Otherwise I would dissect her looks.




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      • Omg!!!!! That is a really big thing you said Sapphire. :) That makes us virtual bffs, doesn’t it? And now that I think of it, there is a reason why I chose my name as ‘blue’bells (blue is the key word here) and you as Sapphire, maybe for this day. :D Thanks a lot dear!!

        But I would like to know your personal take on this look? What didn’t you like? And you don’t like Kangana???




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        • I like her in some of her movie roles, but I definitely don’t like her on these pages. If I start dissecting it will be crucifixion, so I’ll leave it. :P I was talking on her general posts, not on this particular look.




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  2. She looks spectacular, but I wish she had on a tuxedo jacket or something else to make it a bit more event appropriate, especially looking at pix of what others were wearing.




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  3. Flawless,splendid, gorgeous. I don’t really agree with event appropriateness comment. I mean its a dress,off shoulder on great body of kangana. I mean i wear strappless top with shorts like every gal to shopping :p even that cud be not appropriate ! Book launch is no longer a geeky event. With starry presence ,we do expect glamour thats perfectly appropriate.




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      • I have not read the book- but it’s about feminism! So let’s all support this strong ambitious woman to wear whatever the heck she wants!!! Girl power yo!??




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        • She looks beautiful, I especially love the shoes. But there are photos on a few other sites where she is sitting down and the slit of the dress is toooo wayyyy up there, she was looking very uncomfortable.




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        • Really feminism is event inappropriate clothing? . Would nt we have condemned it, if it were a man wearing the same. Then why the double standard




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  4. She looks damn good..
    Of course an addition like a shrug or short jacket would have taken it several notches above as far as event appropriateness is concerned, but I think she carries it effortlessly enough not to draw attention.




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  5. it’ not the “sleevelessness”(yes…i made up my own word) that makes this event inappropriate, it’s the ridiculously high slit, and if you had seen a picture of her sitting, you’d know why.




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  6. P&P,
    Have you guys hired someone else recently to do the fashion commentary? This is just a hunch, but a couple of the newer posts (like this) don’t sound like your tone!




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