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  1. Mrsa at | | Reply

    So this is ‘designer’ because she ‘designed’ decided to attach one sleeve and leave the other one out? If a regular tailor had done the same thing , it would be called ‘incomplete’ and no one would touch it with a 10 foot pole. If you take the other sleeve out, it does make a pretty printed sleeveless chudidaar suit but of course you wouldn’t feature it without the ‘celebrity’ or the ‘designer’ tag.

    1. Sapphire at | | Reply

      Well said ‘Mrsa’! Just because singhal removed one sleeve from the regular chudidhar, it became designer dress. And just because designer tag is attached, P&P featured it. If a regular tailor had done the same thing, anyone would throw it on his face.

      1. Coco at | | Reply

        Agree 100%

    2. Ali at | | Reply

      Also, no comment on the god-awful shiny clutch or the lackluster make-up? Truly there are different standards for different folks here…

      1. Mardigras at | | Reply

        True. Pathetic makeup, Weird clothes and shiny clutch.

      2. Sapphire at | | Reply

        Ali, are you referring to us as folks here?

        1. Ali at | | Reply

          Nope, to the celebs.

  2. Desimom at | | Reply

    That kurta looks ridiculous to say the least !!
    What’s next ? Churidar/legging on one leg ??
    #RichPeoplePashion

    1. U at | | Reply

      Lol

    2. Mrsa at | | Reply

      ???? oh man, I didn’t think of this one!! Butbofciurse they will feature it if it comes with a designer tag and someone wears it..

    3. Asha at | | Reply

      LOL…clutching my pearls and thinking about one legged churidars. Of course worn with a high-slit kurta so that the celebrity can stick their leg out and pose!!!

    4. Coco at | | Reply

      Loll

  3. Adara at | | Reply

    Neha has lost it. She used to be a well dressed lady.

  4. Rocky Mountain at | | Reply

    Mrsa
    +100
    Its been worn by a Bollywood “celebrity” (with God knows what her claim to fame) so we must appreciate it and compliment it :P
    Totally agree, most “dejuner” wear is pathetic. Tailors I know of in Delhi do a way better job, and get paid 5% of what these “dejyners” make. 99% of “dejuners” are overrated.

    1. Rocky Mountain at | | Reply

      *dejyner

  5. mary at | | Reply

    Printed churidaar? No no just no!

  6. Monika at | | Reply

    I disagree with most here… I think simplicity needs appreciation…designer or otherwise. She looks nice. Agree about the beads… but this simple suit is so refreshing in the age of floor length anarkalis we are seeing in abundance these days.

  7. Mehnaz at | | Reply

    No!

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