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  1. Tammy at | | Reply

    I adore Kiran Rao for her individualistic sense of style. I’m always amazed when the comments on here accuse PnP of ‘bias’ for praising her outfits. To me, she is so eclectic and characterful: she has a vivid, insouciant style that is evocative of Sonia Rykel or Marc Jacobs and the type of draped silhouettes she prefers are classic Helmut Lang. Of course, her choices are anathema to those who categorise any unstructured silhouette as a ‘nighty’ and become rapturous at the sight of yet another model in yet another cut-out gown. But then this is a fashion blog not FHM magazine! I’m not trying to criticise anybody here, just offering my thoughts on one of my favourite style crushes.

    1. vintagegirl at | | Reply

      She’s not going to be praised by fashion trend followers who need to be told what is in. She ticks the quirky indie box which is not exactly individualistic but niche and rocks that look. But sometimes it is not quite. Not liking the pants here cos the drape is off and bunched up oddly.

  2. Sneha at | | Reply

    Perfection. Love the earrings too.

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  4. Éclat at | | Reply

    Love this.

  5. Saya at | | Reply

    The outfit looks nice on her. But those ugly sandals look like something Vidya Balan or Rani Mukherjee will wear and brings the look down.

  6. Aust at | | Reply

    *Sigh* What I would give to own that clutch!

  7. Trupti at | | Reply

    I like it all, and don’t mind the earrings and the sandals either. But my word, the clutch! C’est très cher!

  8. Malaise at | | Reply

    Love the outfit minus the shoes. Don’t get the clutch though. Why would you want to walk around looking like you are carrying a rock?

  9. Neharika at | | Reply

    I adore the looks. She looks herself in it and that is the best thing

  10. Amrita at | | Reply

    That clutch though!

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