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  1. Rash at | | Reply

    There isn’t a single thing to like about that dress. The quality,color,drape everything is an OFF. The clutch is cute though !

  2. rB at | | Reply

    she looks dressed like a sadhu..

  3. nidhi singh at | | Reply

    buddhist monk.

  4. sk at | | Reply

    Now I have to come to a conclusion that Mansi Scott pays you for giving positive review of her dressing, with your verdict PnP. I need a break from this Mansi Scott. Enough of showing her on this blog.

    1. koko at | | Reply

      Yep and so do Raveena Tandon ,SOnam ,Sonakshi ..

  5. Food poisoned attorney at | | Reply

    Are those Mary Jane’s she paired with the outfit? Yep only issue is the shoes…the color is fab on he rand so is the clutch…fun accessory and contrasts perfectly with the orange

  6. Manisha at | | Reply

    Seems a bit familiar, no? Anyone remember Devi Kroell? Another Indian designer is “inspired” it seems! Where is the creativity?

  7. Gayatri at | | Reply

    Orange drape veers into the sanyasin territory……

  8. john smith at | | Reply

    I do think that she looked good in this dress… may be its also because i m a fan of draps. I just wished the dress had draped neck

  9. Desimom at | | Reply

    Looks like a Sanyasi who can afford designer stuff…

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  10. Nick at | | Reply

    the monk who had a clutch

  11. Paroma at | | Reply

    I would say sanyasi chic except this is so not chic…what on earth do you like about this dress?

  12. Proudtolooklikemybai at | | Reply

    I hate drapes and this comes perilously close to religious robes, curtains etc etc but somehow she is working it.

  13. Pooja at | | Reply

    That is such an absolutely uninspired clutch. Even the drapey mess is more appealing.

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