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  1. annie at | | Reply

    Did Ms Lulla tie the duppata to her pony tail instead of wrapping around her neck?

  2. koel at | | Reply

    Ewww for the first one …. Actually double Ewwwwww for the first one..

    The blue one is just OK

  3. Gradwolf at | | Reply

    A deliberate decision to provide only half feeds to RSS readers? Now I have to click the link and come here to see the pictures! :)

  4. Sej at | | Reply

    I wonder more and more how and more importantly why Neeta Lulla is a designer and beyond that why she is renowned as one of the best. This picture proves I am not all that wrong questioning her. And ten bucks on some socialite donning this absolutely, absolutely hideous outfit within the next six months after having paid my life savings for it.

    1. bella desse at | | Reply

      I wondered the same thing too. Then I watched Jodhaa Akbar. Her personal outfits are quite disastorous, but I have to give this woman her due, she is the absolute queen of romantic Mughal chic.

      1. kaya at | | Reply

        That is exactly what refrains me from saying anything much, there’s such a ridiculous contradiction going n here nevertheless!

        I respect so much of her work. Jodhaa Akbar as bedazzling, fantastical and the clothes made for a huge chunk of that!

        Though, she clearly experiments with herself.. very badly.

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  5. Arati at | | Reply

    Urgh…. Neeta’s dress… lace and tissue what a urgh combi…

  6. kaya at | | Reply

    I agree with ‘Gradwolf’ Yes yes yes! Why????????

    And why is it not possible to reply to comments any longer, has there been an alteration in the format of the site??

  7. AM at | | Reply

    Not the greatest fan of the skirt/kurta and not a fan at all of it on older women. One of her saris/salwars might have been better.

    IMHO, the short kurtas in fashion do no favours to Indian women who tend to be short and umm-a bit generous – in the hip department because they severely cut height and make one look dumpy. The traditional short blouse with a lehenga/sari is way better but requires a top cover. Whilst you can’t wear a waistlength kurta with jeans at least with skirts they should make it short – and fitted – enough to barely cover the waistband of the skirt. I have given up on finding such kurtas and just get mine stitched.

  8. kitschy gal at | | Reply

    its soo refreshing to see neeta lulla’s face for once… i mean that mop of badly cut fringes make her almost resemble sylvie? she looks quite nice with this do… only if the outfit was half as good!!!

    Ritu kumar looks wrapped in her timeless style, as always!!

  9. Megha at | | Reply

    As much as i hate neeta lulla’s outfit, i hate ritu kumar’s even more

  10. koel at | | Reply

    Doesn’t Ritu kumar look like Rachel Ray (Food channel) here ?

  11. Kiwi at | | Reply

    Both look horrid

  12. Anu at | | Reply

    haha Neeta Lulla’s “skirt” totally looks like a dhoti. But i’m glad she’s ditched those horrible fringe bangs.

  13. mini at | | Reply

    i think neeta lulla looks super gorgeous…love the dhoti so in…i dont like ritu kumars boring outfit

  14. ishan at | | Reply

    wow unique design by neeta ji she is no doubt the best fashion designer of all times.

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