22 Responses

  1. Monika at | | Reply

    She looks lovely.

  2. Avani at | | Reply

    The lehenga with whatever that dupatta is, is friggin’ ugly. Nuf’ said.

    1. Archana B at | | Reply

      Simplicity doesn’t mean going over board, we get it. It doesn’t mean wearing clothes that are straight from the 80s and grabbing whatever dupatta your hand could get when you headed out of the door!

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  3. Slc at | | Reply

    Not a fan of the dupatta, mismatched. I also enjoy her simplicity. Although I would love to see her in a bright traditional saree.

  4. Asha at | | Reply

    That shiny material looks really cheap. And what’s that blue thingy?

  5. Jiminywiminy at | | Reply

    There’s nothing elegant about this. The material looks cheap,and the colour of the kurta makes her look sallow. there is definitely a way to do elegant w/o ott, but this ain’t it.

    1. Sarah at | | Reply

      I agree this is terrible. Why do you girls get into ‘she’s so non OTT so we must always adore her’ yeah she’s sweet and pretty but this is an awful awful outfit. Can’t you say that??

  6. Fashion bubble at | | Reply

    Not going OTT doesn’t mean you wear something as ugly and underwhelming as that.

  7. psudo at | | Reply

    Really !!! even a local tailor will make better garments than these!!this is outright Fugly!!

  8. Paris at | | Reply

    Sorry, but this outfit veers into the fugly category!

  9. bozo at | | Reply

    Come on. Her knack for keeping it simple aside, that is one ugly outfit.

  10. Liaa at | | Reply

    There is elegant and not going ott
    And then there is just dressing in ugly clothes. This is ill fitted and too bland despite the cheap shine paired with an ugly dupatta draped horribly . This isn’t elegant from any angle. It’s just drab and boring .

  11. Pancakes at | | Reply

    I think she looks not OTT and just simply lovely.

  12. begumbrown at | | Reply

    She has her own sense of style and does not blindly follow the trends or dress OTT. She is looking good.However I dont care for the lehanga.

  13. PrincessRuchi at | | Reply

    Big diff between elegant and drab. Out of all the lovely un-OTT outfits in Madsam Tinzin’s collection she had to pick this. Infact I think she’s trying too hard to come off as elegant. She shouldn’t be afraid to let her own style come out

  14. Pearl at | | Reply

    Really !! Is that duppatta and lehenga, who designs and wears that , Refraining from OTT doesn’t means to under do and wear just anything
    And mehendi occasion of a designer masba..hmm expected really elegantly dressed Mira.but yeah as she isn’t from bollywood, no fashion police comments for her. Its rarest from this Diva.

  15. SMM at | | Reply

    That’s a terrible outfit. Looks like she threw on a scarf over her old fashioned satin nightie

  16. Sarah at | | Reply

    Plus just what has Masaba herself been wearing at her big day- I mean layers of Quality Street golden toffee foil nastily tacked on to tired looking clothes?? Why?

  17. Dits at | | Reply

    I usually never wear OTT clothes , but then this … I don’tunderstand the dupatta . It took me a while to realise what it was and it doesn’t fit !

  18. blah at | | Reply

    I feel she’s got no style sense, however, we must adore anyone who dresses simple. There’s nothing elegant or stylish about her clothing sense

  19. Mio at | | Reply

    P&P, this just doesn’t make the cut. I love simplistic styles. If the idea is refraining from OTT, wear a nice handwoven saree. This one is shiny cheap material and a weird raggedy dupatta sold in the name of designer ethnic wear. If it weren’t for the person wearing it, would this honestly have passed muster?

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