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  1. dreamygirl at | | Reply

    love the look! is the sari from Raw Mango??

    1. ss at | | Reply

      looks like it.

      1. wtf? at | | Reply

        Is Raw Mango the only place to buy handloom sarees in Mumbai? I am curious, being from Calcutta it’s a little odd to hear the comment section echoing with the name every time someone is spotted in a traditional weave. Surely one can buy a saree elsewhere in Maharashtra where saree weaving is such a widespread practice?

        1. Rajvi Bhow at | | Reply

          No No there are lots of local shops as well..its just that the name has got stuck in people’s minds

        2. eclat at | | Reply

          But but but didnt you know Raw Mango invented the handloom saree?!! Sarees didnt exist in many minds before they got a brand name ;)

    2. eclat at | | Reply

      Raw Mango does Chanderi sarees, whereas this looks like a block printed Tussar to me.

  2. Neha at | | Reply

    Any ID on the sari? Its lovely!!

  3. sarah at | | Reply

    im in love with her here, she looks gorgeous!! esp love the 3rd pic

  4. karishma at | | Reply

    she’s looking gorgeous!

  5. slc at | | Reply

    Love this look. Are US residents able to purchase Raw Mango sarees either in US or from India directly?

  6. kasthuri at | | Reply

    She always looks great in sarees ! And sarees look good on her.

  7. Avi at | | Reply

    She is so gorgeous .. love her style,elegance and confidence. True Indian beauty :)

  8. Paroma at | | Reply

    Maria does it again! Love to see her always.

  9. Shina at | | Reply

    Nice saree

  10. Anon at | | Reply

    Im sorry. She looks totally washed out!
    The sari is ok too – they’re pretty common.

    1. Senorita at | | Reply

      agree. some kajal would have worked wonders.

    2. sheetal at | | Reply

      I agree!! She is looking washed out. But the saree is a nice one.

    3. adya at | | Reply

      Actually in the general blingtastic “fashion” world, such saris are hardly common. Even among the ordinary small town sari wearing crowds, the Ekta saas bahu saris reign. Try going to a Diwali party or wedding or any “normal party” and see. This educated (my grand ma had a masters degree), upper class, gandhi family handloom sari aesthetic is dying. Maria looks good.

  11. Zing Thing at | | Reply

    Beautiful Sari.

  12. Rajvi Bhow at | | Reply

    Her face looks too pale in comparison.

    wish she had put on some makeup and a necklace

  13. Srilalitha at | | Reply

    Refreshingly natural and beautiful <3
    Her ear rings are sadly hidden, as they look so beautiful

  14. Food Poisoned Attorney at | | Reply

    The greasy hair ruins it for me. Nice saree though.

  15. fromchi-town at | | Reply

    She never lets us down… she has nailed the sari look… and she looks fabulous. Vidya Balan, please take note… this is how you wear sarees and keep the look current and modern!

  16. dn at | | Reply

    So, so refreshing. And how can you not like a white, red and black combination??

  17. Sudipta at | | Reply

    i have this exact sari…and i bought it a hand loom exhibition… needless to say, i love it ;)

    1. Sudipta at | | Reply

      *at a

  18. ~j~ at | | Reply

    Hey, ‘Maria Goretti’ is misspelled as a tag. Do correct. And yes, she looks fab!

  19. merry at | | Reply

    She was giving much beautiful pose in sarees. She is looking very nice always in sarees…..

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