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  1. Hiral Patel at | | Reply

    Ms. mathur does really well in Saris, but here, simple strappy heels would have worked!! I just wish length of saari was 2-3 inch longer!!

  2. Zenia at | | Reply

    Can’t this lady EVER drape a sari the way it is normally supposed to be?

  3. Senorita at | | Reply

    ok, pls add Raw Mango to my list of Payal K and Anavila — designers who’ve lost their direction! this looks like a supremely ordinary printed silk and wearing it in that weird fashion isn’t doing anything to salvage its ordinariness.

    1. AM at | | Reply

      Just what I was going to say. Raw Mango, going, going, gone…..And repeat after me the sari not a robe…

  4. Tanvi at | | Reply

    I like this. Well done babe!

  5. So at | | Reply

    That’s a weird drape. A sari is a dress not a costume. Why keep trying to elevate the look with these theatrics?

  6. Chutney Chameli at | | Reply

    Love that Mini Mathur experiments with drapes – I think new drapes hold the key to younger people adopting the saree – but what an commonplace saree this is!

  7. Fergie at | | Reply

    Quirky drape and all is ok but the saree itself is so underwhelming.

  8. Asha at | | Reply

    The saree is so very ordinary…can’t even see the designer element in it. And that drape!!

  9. readThisSiteEveryday at | | Reply

    I live in Chennai and my husband doesn’t like me wearing skirts…Now, this should be a wonderful compromise! :p

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