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  1. Avani at | | Reply

    The hair is ew. Whats with melon hiding. Lol.

    1. Bertie at | | Reply

      Melon hiding?

      1. Avani at | | Reply

        Not to worry. Its an inside joke between a few of us regulars. :)

    2. Asha at | | Reply

      Hahahaha….not hidden so well are they ;-)

      1. Avani at | | Reply


  2. Bertie at | | Reply

    Helmet hair

  3. Missplaced at | | Reply

    I don’t understand the Indian designers’ supreme obsession for the neoprene fabric. The dress is pretty but Lakshmi is looking too disproportionately busty, and I blame the fabric for it. Nothing wrong in being on the bustier side and she should go all out to flaunt her “assets” (the way lanky women like Lisa & Shilpa never lose an opportunity to present their fit bodies) but here, sadly, all I can do is look at them and nothing else!!!

    1. colormenot at | | Reply

      I agree about this fabric choice. Just doesn’t work on many people. I am sure its super uncomfortable in hot weather.

      1. BlueBells at | | Reply

        Is it? I actually thought that Neoprene being a soft textured material must be comfortable to wear? But now that you say it, it does come off uncomfortable since the material seems practically opaque. I mean I am not sure.

    2. fromchi-town at | | Reply


    3. Katy at | | Reply

      I think both the cut and fabric play a role here. Square cuts tend to accentuate the bust.

  4. Sital at | | Reply

    Hair looks like a mullet

  5. Melange at | | Reply

    This woman can make any outfit look trashy. On anyone else, this dress could have looked pretty.

    1. Avani at | | Reply

      Absolutely true.

    2. sree at | | Reply

      This dress would’ve worked better on someone more petite like Shraddha or Samantha.

      1. Avani at | | Reply

        +1. It is a right (good well made) dress on a wrong body type. Will definitely work on Shraddha & Samantha.

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