33 COMMENTS

  1. is this a Satya Paul Saree? I think that she’s looking really pretty in it..and she has fabulously toned arms that show off the halter blouse really well..




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  2. First off are you sure this an independence day party and not a republic day one…? I hate to sound touchy… but I think its inexcusable if you’ve got the two mixed up.

    Now slightly off topic.. I feel a left out when I see people of other nationalities wear the national flag to sporting events, celebrating our national day etc.. I wish I could wear mine too.. given this is probably the closest we’ll ever come to wearing our flag.. id probably wear it too.




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  3. @pnp, thanks for clarifying.

    Trust the socialites to not know the difference.. I suppose the mantra is.. so long as there’s a party who cares what we are celebrating. Pathetic.




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  4. i dnt like the saree but i think that the clutch is too glittery and the whole outit is distracting!..

    btw guys i am in dire need for some FASHION ADVICE:
    can someone please suggest…i have a peachish pink dress and im planning to wear it with black stockings and shoes..can someone suggest what other colour should i incorporate in this outfit in terms of jewlery and belt….thnx guys!




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  5. I have mixed feelings, the print is very distracting and the colors are too loud. The bangles and earrings don’t match. But her hair looks better than before.




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  6. what an ugly sari…
    disgrace for the national colors here..
    if you going to use these colors..atleast make something worth wearing..




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  7. I like this sari. It’s different, artistic, and stands out.
    The clutch, bangles, and earrings should’ve not been there or been different from what she has. But good look as far as the theme goes!




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  8. I am not sure if Mandira’s arms can be called toned. THey are slender, but not toned. TOned arms are obviously muscular, such as Michelle Obama’s or Madonna’s. You can see the “rippling” muscles. In Mandira’s case, I see none.




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  9. @ jaanetuyajaanena
    It really depends on the dress itself: material, style, and the event as well
    I would recomend ditching the stockings, but if you must
    I need more details giiiirl :D
    and she does not have toned arms, at all, in anyway
    they look wobbly and flabby to mee :/




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  10. pdaervo, I did not say I thought ‘she’ had toned arms. I was merely expressing my understanding of toned in contradiction to Anastasia’s




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  11. @ pdaervo:
    its actually a FCUK wizard dress…peachish pink in colour and i think ill have to go with the black stockings…so anything you can suggest in terms of accessories or if it needs a belt or something? any help would be appreciated!




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  12. @jaanetuyajaanena
    also, if you wear a cardigan, and if you’re not especially thin, I would also recomend a skinny belt
    just my input ^^
    @Bloo, no I sort of agree with you :) but I do NOT think the defenition for toned arms should be Madonna – she’s insanely muscular- “toned” as I see it is right in the middle, with gentle definition
    …otherwise, I’ll have to work even HARDER in the gym




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  13. I like the sari. I think it’s really sweet to wear the indian flag colors. A little bold but I like this style done in an abstract way. The white offsets the bold colors.




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