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  1. Senorita at | | Reply

    love! this woman’s style is so in sync with the moment.

  2. Sapphire at | | Reply

    For a change she looks nice. Now I wish she would grow some hair and sport feminine hairstyles. She is deliberately ruining her womanliness in the name of quirkiness.

    On another note:
    Anavila is rocking. Seeing lot of celebs wearing Anavila sarees is a good change that they are preferring hand-loom clothes, even though it is designer wear. If more and more celebs start wearing handwoven fabrics, they can influence the common people to start adopting and wearing hand-loom clothes. Which helps and boosts the hand-loom industry of India and the weavers and the master craftsmen who creates these. It leads to the preservation of our hand-loom heritage. If that happens, then it’s like my dream come true.

    1. Bertie at | | Reply

      So true about the hair!
      Sometimes I feel she looks too cartoonish with that hair

    2. jess r at | | Reply

      I believe her choice of hairstyles, long or short, is part of her femininity. You can’t label feminine look with only one choice of hair length. She looks so graceful and beautiful in this look even with short hair.

      1. Adelia at | | Reply

        +1 To each his own, you can’t define one’s femininity or “womanliness” by the length of the hair they sport. Anyone with a vagina is a woman. Period.

        1. Dee at | | Reply

          Ha ha! I like the period pun!
          Ruining her womanliness with her hairstyle? by far the most comical statement.
          Kiran looks adorable here!

          1. Sapphire at |

            Most comical is any day better than life threatening.

        2. Sapphire at | | Reply

          People, feel free to express your opinions whatever it is as long as it approved by Highheel. Period.

        3. Adara at | | Reply

          So what about people who find themselves feminine but are blessed with a mans body so they are not woman? :P

          1. Sapphire at |

            Hahaha… you nailed it Adara!!!

          2. Sapphire at |

            Awesome reply.

        4. ahot at | | Reply

          Actually,Kaitlyn Jenner would disagree with your comment. You can’t define womanhood by whether you have a vagina or not.

          1. Sapphire at |

            Great point. You make sense Ahot.

    3. Fashin_Kitty at | | Reply

      Who are we to define her “womanliness”? Is our womanliness as shallow as long hair, fair skin, feminine clothing and ornate decoration of our bodies? Each person is free to express his/her personality IMHO. More power to her for following her heart. Love the saree!

      1. Sapphire at | | Reply

        Your statement on fairskin is so flawed. Look at how many compliments Nandita Das received and look at how many negative comments the so called ‘fair skinned’ starlets are receiving daily on this blog.

        http://www.highheelconfidential.com/nandita-das-at-mami-mumbai-film-festival-closing-ceremony/#comments

    4. ada at | | Reply

      So u guys decided to publish this comment and not mine about Swapnil? Way to go HHC.
      As for her hair Her Hair Her Choice.

    5. Sapphire at | | Reply

      Ladies, nobody appointed you all as moderators here. Stop preaching and enjoy the beautiful Anavila saree.

      As always I agree with you and love you Bertie. :)

      1. Fashion_Kitty at | | Reply

        You did that your self when you thought you could be the judge /moderator of her “womanliness” :P

        1. Sapphire at | | Reply

          If me telling her that wrong, you telling me this also wrong. Same applicability.

          1. BlueBells at |

            Hey Sapphire, I saw it really late.. but better late than never. Wish you a very belated Happy Birthday! Hope you had a fantastic celebration, dear! :)

          2. K at |

            Actually, No. You trivializing the concept of feminity is wrong. Us correcting you is absolutely right!

          3. Bertie at |

            Spot on!

          4. Sapphire at |

            Thank you BlueBells. :)

          5. Sapphire at |

            To the person ‘K’, I absolutely disagree with you.

          6. Lola at |

            So maybe don’t speak then, Sapphire :-)

          7. Sapphire at |

            Lola, if Kiran’s is freedom of dressing, my comment is my freedom of expression, no matter you like it or not and agree with it or not. That is my freedom of speech. And I will continue to speak (it may be or may not be on this topic, that’s irrelavant).

      2. Bertie at | | Reply

        Seriously, lighten up ladies!! No need to take so much offense. The cut is called a “boy”cut, she looks tom”boy”ish, all these are perfectly normal words to use. Sapphire just said it in different words, less feminine. What is so wrong?
        Everybody can go gang up on Vidya’s posts and call her fat, but here we need to respect quirkiness or whatever that is!!

        Love you too, Sapphire :)

        1. Sapphire at | | Reply

          Yes whatever hairstyle Kiran is sporting here, she is not rocking it. Winona Ryder rocks her pixie hair cut, like she absolutely she looks amazing in it. Kiran should make some changes in her hair style I think to make it look more flattering.

        2. Sapphire at | | Reply

          Exactly, I agree with you Bertie. Also Aishwarya Rai, she is taken ‘granted’ to bash her for her fashion choices and looks.

    6. Violet at | | Reply

      Sinks my heart to read such prejudiced comments about someone’s “womanliness” especially ’cause its coming from a woman. Since when have we let the mere length of hair be the marker of ones femininity? Even if she turns up in a pixie cut wearing a lungi, I’d see her as a woman (with a very eccentric sense of fashion :P).

      1. Sapphire at | | Reply

        If Kiran has the freedom to dress like wants and keep her hair as she wants, then my comment is the freedom of my expression, no matter you like it or agree with it. Don’t be disheartened by everything you may not agree. If my comment is so bad, it wouldn’t get approved first of all. That says it all. Everybody on this blog has their freedom of expressing their opinions no matter we like or not. Even I may not agree with your views and thoughts, but I really don’t care.

      2. Sapphire at | | Reply

        By the way I like Priyanka Gandhi’s (d/o Rajeev Gandhi) hairstyle and dressing sense a lot. She has her signature pixie cut hairstyle or whatever it is, she rocks it. I don’t have any problem with her hair style. I am saying this to say that I like such hairstyles too.

    7. Sapphire at | | Reply

      And to the person who said ‘her hair her choice’, she judged and mocked Kareena Kapoor for holding a book in hand. If it is ‘her hair her choice’ then in Kareena’s case it is ‘her book her choice to hold it or keep inside the bag’. I am saying this because, it shows no body is perfect on this blog.

      1. Pointless at | | Reply

        Except, whoever pointed that out about Kareena didn’t equate her choice with her “womanliness”. You still don’t don’t get the point do you?

        1. Sapphire at | | Reply

          No I was talking on the point of ‘judging’ here.
          Hence her reference.

  3. Gyatri at | | Reply

    I want to say this look is better than the faux saree she wore at the opening .. But why is it still not perfect?! its sloppy! For whatever reasons this saree doesn’t work for her! It’s a granny look. Looks not natural for kiran.

    1. shwetha at | | Reply

      Plus 1

    2. kh at | | Reply

      +1 beautiful saree, sloppy draping.

  4. begumbrown at | | Reply

    She looks charming.

  5. Mrsa at | | Reply

    Love the saree, she looks great but just for the heck of it imagine this on a woman with long open straight hair, a nice black bindi, kohl rimmed eyes and silver accessories..

    1. Gowri at | | Reply

      I really imagined what you just said.. With all due respect.. It’s so boring..

  6. Eclat at | | Reply

    So much preconception and prejudice! How to expect men to understand, then? She looks so lovely here, perfectly feminine and pretty… Even without jewellery, bindi, kajal, etc. She’s not the ideal Bharatiya nari according to Bollywood, which makes her even more awesome, being married to quintessential hero and all.

    1. Bertie at | | Reply

      Why?? Why is it more awesome not being the bharatiya nari AND bagging the quintessential hero?

      1. Sapphire at | | Reply

        Exactly, that’s another flawed statement, which only shows that no body is perfect in their views and thoughts on this blog.

      2. Eclat at | | Reply

        I find it awesome that she’s stuck to her personal style guns without going the lipo-ed, botoxed route that I see in many B’wood wives.

  7. Asha at | | Reply

    Such a lovely saree, I just wish she would drape it well. Right now it just look sloppy!

  8. Candace at | | Reply

    I don’t care what she wears, she is so cool!

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