22 Responses

  1. Priyanka at | | Reply

    The white one is almost pretty .. who is the designer responsible ?

  2. monika at | | Reply

    Love Karishma’s version. The without border version is elongating the suit length. I don’t even mind the transparent sleeves but the transparent churidar is a bit too much.

  3. sonal at | | Reply

    Well not a fan of both the colours.Though karishma looks a only a tad bit better as hers is in a softer white.but honestly both these suits remind me of 1970’s mujra songs featuring aruna irani or bindu.I guess Raveena has some problem with her feet otherwise why will she choose such ortho looking shoes again and again.

  4. Ashi at | | Reply

    LOL @ sonal.. ditto

  5. kk at | | Reply

    i love both t versions… i hv understood one thg if anyone wears international brand max people on this site love the look and indian desiners they give it a wheyy… not done.. learn to understand t real style whether its indian or western…

  6. annie at | | Reply

    raveena is addicted to her chappals

  7. Priyanka at | | Reply

    @kk … so NOT true!!

  8. kismet at | | Reply

    Karisma look great as usual.
    Like her white version pertect indian outfit for a celebration. Also like transparent long sleeves on dresses, but not transparent curidaar.

    @kk Totally agree with you.

  9. nisha at | | Reply

    Karishma looks gorgeous.. her outfit is pretty and it falls on her so well. Didnt like the black one though. Somehow makesraveena look bulky..

  10. apsara77 at | | Reply

    i like both versions..and i don’t think there’s anything wrong with Raveena’s shoes..as someone who has flat feet, i don’t think women need to endure pain on their feet in order to look attractive..

  11. Sonia99 at | | Reply

    @sonal – So true! If this dress was in red, it would have made a perfect mujra outfit.
    The white version is wayyy better than the black, though.

  12. U at | | Reply

    Black is a colour that can look tacky very easily.. unfortunately the patterns or the design is just off.. the white version looks pretty..

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  14. manisha at | | Reply

    wow… what a difference a color and a few detail changes can make. hate raveena’s..looks cheap to me, but loveeee karishma’s on her!

  15. Anu* at | | Reply

    P&P – Technical question.
    When you say ‘Barring the difference in the border of the salwars” are you talking about the border of their salwars (which we can’t see in the photos above) or the borders of the kameez??

    Sorry, I’m just picky when it comes to fashion reporting.


  16. monika s at | | Reply

    karishma looks stunning…i love d white one…

  17. Megha at | | Reply

    the white is beautiful

    raveena’s would have been ok too if not for the obvious see thru chudidar (whats with that anyway)

  18. Anu* at | | Reply

    Payal, I do it all the time too! Thats why I noticed! :-)

    By the way, I think Karishma’s is sooo much better than Raveena’s.

  19. kimmy at | | Reply

    I love Raveena’s color, but Karishma’s is cleaner, so she looks more put together…although the white and the pattern is a bit dated looking…nonetheless, Karishma will take this one.

  20. zak at | | Reply

    raveena lookin glamorous n karishma lookin very simple
    i like raveena more as always
    karishma looking good too

  21. Butterfly at | | Reply

    KK is so right I have noticed it too.International labels and everyone goes ga ga 90% of the times and Indian labels it just always “okay”

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