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  1. chennaidiva at | | Reply

    epitome of classic style…lovely lovely

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  2. Sue at | | Reply

    I wish she had taken just a little more care in styling this lovely saree…a printed/embroisred blouse, smaller purse or clutch, a stack of silver bangles or a statement cuff and a small bindi would have taken this look from activist chic to heavenly!

    1. trupsster at | | Reply

      Agreed! She still looks good though.

    2. Melange at | | Reply


  3. Reir at | | Reply

    I’m amazed at how she always looks so beautiful and radiant…

  4. DC at | | Reply

    This is classic! perfect choice of saree for the Kolkata summers….so effortless!

  5. slc at | | Reply

    Reminds me of Suchitra Sen from the movie ‘Aandhi’. Love the classic look.

  6. archana at | | Reply

    Love her saree and not her cross body bag.

  7. shwetha at | | Reply

    a very social worker vibe, not that there is anything wrong with that, but Im not sure that its a fashion sighting. there is nothing remarkable whatsoever about it.

    1. Stiletto at | | Reply

      +1. She looks nice but there is no Fashion in it.

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    3. anna at | | Reply

      Not caring how you look, or not caring to dress up your outfit is also part of your style. But in her care she does put in that thought to look good but not to make a statement. Its very evident that she loves herself in these earthy basic looks which is also a statement in itself. Like how those hippies at Woodstock, chilling in those ill fitted clothes and hand made jewellery, didn’t care how they looked but now its huge. It breaks my heart when curtain prints is fashionable to some only coz its designer and a beautiful handloom saree get written off.

      PS- No offence to you ladies, I am sure you are super fancy but I have a soft corner for understated, budget fashion :)

  8. Asha at | | Reply

    She looks lovely, but needs to drop that cross-body bag stat!

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