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  1. fromchi-town at | | Reply

    All the looks are winners. That saree is utterly gorgeous. Love that color on her.

  2. Ali at | | Reply

    Oh thank heavens! I was really missing her.

  3. Paddy at | | Reply

    Only the saree look is good. The maxi look is too voluminous and the beige/taupe one is way too casual. Too much hype around her on these pages. While like “earthy” looks myself…it kinda gets boring after some times.

    1. Ayesha at | | Reply

      I agree, anyone who dresses in muddy coloured, cotton outfits is generally lauded on these pages. Even though I love hand looms , I feel her choices often fall short as a bit boring. Konkana is another one in the same category. However I think she is a beautiful women, who never seems to age.

  4. Aust at | | Reply

    Gorgeous lady – the white and beige looks stand out instantly, but the saree is nothing to write home about.

  5. Nimmy at | | Reply

    So beautiful, so confident. Would wear any of these in a heartbeat

  6. za at | | Reply

    She’s a beauty & that dress looks so good on her. It suits her personality. I feel like she always dresses in a way that compliments her personality – indian, simplistic, hatke :)

  7. Senorita at | | Reply

    So much effortless elegance. Instant love. That taupe-and-cream ensemble is so smart, the red saree is bewitching and the maxi and kurta aren’t bad either. She’ll never bag giant cosmetic contracts but she comes across as intelligent, grounded and very much her own person, who will never feel the need to wear yellow or purple lipstick to trend on social media. So. Much. Respect.

    1. dilorea at | | Reply

      She can put any of those fashionistas to shame.

  8. Ss at | | Reply

    What a classy lovely woman! The white maxi looks so good on her; agree with you about the clutch. A dark silver potli or even a small metallic silver clutch would be my pick.
    The red saree with a bun is also fabulous on her. She really doesn’t need much to look so amazing. I envy her lol.

  9. dilorea at | | Reply

    Love her. Always classy & effortlessly elegant .

  10. Saira at | | Reply

    Nandita Mam ,you were sorely missed here.
    What a beautiful classy lady.
    Sonam and Aishwarya should try some of these looks for a change during their interviews in Cannes might work.

  11. Linn at | | Reply

    Please always id bags and footwear … for those of us who live outside of India.

  12. Sapphire at | | Reply

    She gains respect from people and she is a class apart from Bollywood. She looks so lovely and classy in the red sari.

  13. Dee at | | Reply

    So so so beautiful!
    Absolute class.

  14. OrangeJammies at | | Reply

    I actually love the clutch pairing with that maxi–what a surprising and successful choice! :) The white and taupe look is my absolute favorite, though. Ms. Das is a breath of fresh air.

  15. Sara at | | Reply

    Love all her looks.so chic,so elegant,si effortless.she’s glowing.

  16. Paroma at | | Reply

    Like the vibrant sari but the kurtas look average, and I really dislike the maxi.

  17. Working Womanista at | | Reply

    I am in love with her white maxi and she looks beautiful in all the looks. I will wear all of her looks in a heartbeat. and Thank goodness, someone wore a saree in the festival.

  18. Adya at | | Reply

    Love her, always pulled together. Not sure about the churidar, but the bird scarf outfit I could see on Gwynneth Paltrow. Like the maxi. and sarees … she always smashes the look.

  19. kasthuri at | | Reply

    Love all. She can look soooo gorgeous even in the most ordinary of clothes.

  20. Avani at | | Reply

    Save the saree else is all average. But her personality shines through. Always simple but never shabby thats why she looks nice always. And yes embracing her skin & never do whitewashing or “transformations”. :P

    1. Kirsa at | | Reply

      Agree with each word you said Avani. She looks so simple yet so gorgeous. Nothing OTT about her. Her posing is demure yet confident. She dons least make-up but can give a run for their money to the ‘I-drowned-in-atta’ kind whitewashed ladies. Even the simplest of attires look fabulous on her just because of her inherent grace and poise. I always say smile is the best accoutrement to go with any outfit and she is the perfect example of that. Ahhh I can’t believe I wrote this much. Lol I can’t even imagine using so many adjectives for anyone else in one comment.

  21. Rema at | | Reply

    Adore. Every look.

  22. Bweeze at | | Reply

    Omg that saree! Major major love. What beautiful colors. Just gorgeous!!

  23. shwetha at | | Reply

    LOVE the maxi, so beautiful and effortless, she comes out tops every year in the barrage of utterly-missed the point bollywood ladies strutting atrocious stuff on the red carpet

  24. trupsster at | | Reply

    Nandita looks very polished and embodies unstated elegance in each of the looks here. I look forward to her appearances on these pages; its so refreshing to see her!

  25. desibelle at | | Reply

    The grey outfit looks chic. Thank god, she put in some effort this time. You won’t get clicked in Cannes if you dress too understated/plain .

  26. Manisha at | | Reply

    She has such an unique sense of style.. Love TOTALLY!

  27. Kirsa at | | Reply

    Ahh I badly missed her appearance on these pages and lo she is back with her evergreen smile with a flurry of beautiful yet wearable clothes. Coming to the clothes, she looks lovely in the saree as always. And the kurta looks are pretty too with the cream and taupe one preferably better than the other. My fav look though is the maxi one which is so different from her usual style. One thing I would change would be the clutch with it. Otherwise I love all of her looks. She is the best Indian showcase at Cannes and otherwise. Love totally!

  28. Sup at | | Reply

    She looks lovely!
    I like every look except the saree :D i guess i’m in minority here but something’s not working for me, maybe the hair.
    The other looks are all quite chic. Btw, does this woman age at all?

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