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  1. Rish at | | Reply

    So glad there are still people who can look effortlessly fashionable WITHOUT caring about being “perfectly turned out” – the way websites like this, that instead of looking at the OVERALL output, dissect a look into its most tiny components.

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  2. Melange at | | Reply

    Sloppy drape is not “quirky” or “relaxed” or “earthy”. It is just sloppy and it is not considered ok in any other regular job either.

    1. M at | | Reply

      This isn’t some hostess job, no reason a soft cotton sari needs to be too proper looking. I like this comfortable easy look. I agree she shouldn’t be putting her hair clip on her sari, lol.

  3. StyleSaga at | | Reply

    next page scrolling is not working :(

  4. Sapphire at | | Reply

    This appearance of hers gives an easy, breezy and comfortable vibe. I know this is not perfectly draped saree but, if people can wear ‘distressed to the max’ torn jeans and call it fashion, why not wear a sloppily draped saree. To me pallu should be draped fine, and here she draped properly.

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      I fully agree. This is a casual way of draping the saree. How millions of women busy with their lives actually wear it.

  5. Sup at | | Reply

    I dont know what’s missing, maybe a bindi, or some bangles / a necklace (I know I sound like my Grandma)..
    but something is seriously lacking in this look.

    I love how she and Nandita have such a penchant for cotton sarees. That said, this look is definitely on the sloppy and unfinished side. Open hair made is slightly better.

  6. AD at | | Reply

    A simple look which could have been elegant too if she bothered draping her saree properly. Either pleat the pallu neatly or let it hang neatly. With the way she has it, she may as well tuck the end of her pallu at her waist and then she’d look reallllly comfy.. like ready to clean the floors comfy! Smh.

  7. Avani at | | Reply

    Draping is sloppy hence bringing the look down. Otherwise, it is the usual easy casual sari clad look of Ms Sharma. And this is- was the skin tone of Kajol, lol! At least there are a very few like Konkana who do not do shameful things like white wash nor do they do “transformation” to look fair.

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    2. sarah at | | Reply

      +10000 No transformation

    3. Hansini at | | Reply

      *Thumbs up* to that comment. A little more effort with the drape and hair and make-up would’ve elevated this from Kaamwali- bai-chic to elegant.

    4. Asha at | | Reply

      +++++ :-) So glad there are some women who still are comfortable in their own skin color.

  8. slc at | | Reply

    I like thie ‘casual’ look, given it’s Konkona’s style. But something is amiss….ditch the earrings and add a long silver tribal necklace, maybe? Can’t put my finger on it.

    1. Amani at | | Reply

      Felt the same. I think its the bare neck. I don’t usually think its necessary or better to have earrings + neckpiece within traditional wear, but in the pictures, the bare neck really makes it seem like something is missing. She looks lovely and comfortable otherwise.

  9. NS at | | Reply

    no earrings, and a pop of yellow via a necklace or a bindi would have elevated this look.

  10. Dee at | | Reply

    Atleast her pallu always covers both the boobs which is what a pallu should cover at a minimum so sloppy at not she and Nandita always get it right when it comes to graceful draping of the sari. I hate it when one boob is exposed for some reason I cannot understand in most celebrity sari pictures.

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