13 Responses

  1. Jana at | | Reply


    Why Kriti!?!?

  2. red at | | Reply

    velvet really.. this is wrong in every way :(

  3. The Pizza Ghoul at | | Reply

    Glamorous, really? Its velvet and not in a flattering way. Gorgeous girl but this is doing nothing for her!

  4. Mahila K at | | Reply

    Love the look and the pairing of the boots

  5. p at | | Reply

    she looks super chic!!!

  6. ms.pisces at | | Reply

    such a hideous dress and she is looking really bad

  7. Mordawwa at | | Reply

    Haha I actually kind of like this!
    May be the velvet is a bit much, but I fear another fabric would’ve looked a little dressing gown-ey.
    The overall vibe is fittingly party-ish although based on what some other guests were wearing it doesn’t seem like *that* kind of a party. She looks good though.

  8. Liya at | | Reply

    This is a horrible look

  9. Afraa effan at | | Reply

    Such a beautiful girl and such bad choices. Doesn’t she have a stylist?

  10. SK at | | Reply

    Halloween costume LOL :-)

  11. fromchi-town at | | Reply

    I kind of like it – but that color is all kinds of wrong with that fabric. If it was a deep forest green or a burgundy color it would look great. I am glad she is stepping out of her comfort zone and trying different looks.

  12. lush.green.pastures at | | Reply

    I’m loving this look on her. The styling is just as it should be- the wavy hair, the knee-highs, the dark nails, the smoky eyes. For the first time ever, Ms. Sanon isn’t looking- dare I say it “vanilla”.

  13. Ratan at | | Reply

    I like this, I really do. And I understand this look would’ve fell flat without the OTK boots. But I just cannot fathom why people in Bombay must wear boots!!! That city’s weather is not appropriate for any sort of boots, definitely not thigh high ones. But I guess fashion isn’t always about appropriate-ness. Still a pet peeve of mine – boots in Bombay or in any other season but fall/winter.

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