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  1. $ at | | Reply

    May be a gift from someone close? :P

  2. CraZe at | | Reply

    Notice the shades of red and white? I think, since she is married to a punjabi, she is sporting her own branded version of ‘chuddas’. Punjabi women wear chuddas after their wedding for a set period of time. Clever :)

  3. Neha at | | Reply

    I have been noticing too since I have few colors of similar bangles from Kate spade. Love’em!

  4. Prep-y at | | Reply

    I don’t know about the bangles but all of her looks are cringeworthy..

  5. Afsara at | | Reply

    A modern spin on the Punjabi choora tradition?

  6. Sweta at | | Reply

    Hahaha … you girls are funny …. I thought those are the modern version of Punjabi Choora

  7. ajeeta at | | Reply

    I am not liking her looks one bit lately.

  8. amit at | | Reply

    Those are called Shankha a traditional bengali bangle made of sheels worn by married women. She is a married bengali woman. Do not see the reason of this critical post. What is so strange about it?

    1. A.dot.2.many at | | Reply

      Eh? They did acknowledge the shakha and polla that Rani is sporting. Which many married Bengali women wear as per tradition. But i think the bloggers are questioning (or rather wondering about) the addition of the extra enamel bangles which seemingly do not have any traditional/religious significance. I don’t think it was critical at all. perhaps we should take a deep breath.

  9. Missplaced at | | Reply

    Ok, in the last pic, she is totally channeling Daler Mehendi’s “Bolo Tara Ra Ra” pose :P. Have been disliking her overall fashion choices post marriage – not that they were stellar before…

  10. Saya at | | Reply

    The bracelets are adding to the already tackiness going on. All the appearances she looks equally bad.

  11. Dee at | | Reply

    I don’t think the shades of red and white are her version of chuddas. It’s like the post says — traditional Bengali bangles that a married woman wears. They are called shankha (made from conch shell) and pola (made from coral).

    No one’s being critical of her traditional bangles. The post is about what she’s wearing in addition to the red and white bangles. Some people should first read the post.

    Good job identifying the enamel Halcyon Days bangles, P&P. I was wondering they were!

  12. Debbie at | | Reply

    Congratulations Rani!!! :)

  13. Nidhi Nayer at | | Reply

    I too have been observing these Halcyon Days bangles on Rani Mukherji ever since her wedding. She wears them without fail whether they are in sync with her ensemble or not! There’s another bangle that she’s been sporting regularly too — it’s a rose gold bangle with channel set diamonds — is that a Cartier or Tiffany & Co or Bvlgari?

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