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  1. Adara at | | Reply

    She looks amazeballs. This is how you do a bit of quirky with elegance & style. Kudos to her.

  2. apsara77 at | | Reply

    I’m not a big fan of the dress. The same pattern would look good in a maxi or a dress with a shorter hemline. I do like Kriti’s make-up especially the lipstick.

    1. jadine at | | Reply

      I agree, the lipstick suits her.

  3. Karen at | | Reply

    This is how you do young and fresh on the red carpet! Alia and Shraddha take some notes!

  4. Hasina at | | Reply

    I was so sure this was a Sabyasachi

  5. slc at | | Reply

    Well..the colors are really bright! And I must say that she carries the dress really well. A shorter (knee length) version would look fantastic.

  6. BlueBells at | | Reply

    Very unusual gown. And for a moment, it made me feel like it’s another of Sabyasachi’s floral print. But its even more beautiful. She’s making it work like nobody’s business! Infact, with this gown, she has brought some drama to the red carpet.. a quirky yet a beautiful appearance. Very age apt!

    shraddha, alia and parineeti. Pls LEARN from her. Especially alia, who always ends up wearing aunty type gowns on the red carpet.

  7. Avani at | | Reply

    Beautiful this girl is. :)

  8. Missplaced at | | Reply

    She desperately needed a skinny black belt to break the overwhelming effect created by the print. I like the silhouette but hate the print and embellishments done on this dress. Also, I am sooooo used to seeing Kriti in her side-swept poker straight hair that this messy bun look is quite a change – refreshing or not, I am not able to decide….

  9. myfashion at | | Reply

    Impressive. A thin black belt would have taken it to another level of elan

  10. trupsster at | | Reply

    I love this look! How different it is in that it has bright colours, lot of print, is a gown, and an appropriate one at that to wear at award functions! Love the look top to bottom!

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