9 Responses

  1. pdaervo at | | Reply

    Noooooo, no, no, no, no
    This looks like a look from 2004 :/ Long skirts haven’t really been in the fashion scene for a while and just really dated.

    1. monika at | | Reply

      Totally agree. I have a couple of those skirts which I have not worn for ages now.

  2. Chiklet at | | Reply

    I actually quite like what she has done with the dress, the belt, the bangles, shoes, neckpiece – totally works for me. Wish she had worn her hair differently though!

  3. Nepali at | | Reply

    I like it, minus the neckpiece and watch. It’s not mainstream fashion, but she has a style.

    1. annie at | | Reply

      I agree with Nepali. Even though I voted “has got to go” it was more for the two toned hair than her clothes. I like her look here more so because her clothes are not mainstream. I hate it when everyone from hollywood to bollywood is dressed in booties and mini dresses. There is no individuality in that. Rani tried it and it didn’t work.

  4. Monkey at | | Reply

    Even a dark blue denim miniskirt would have looked better than this long skirt.

  5. bella desse at | | Reply

    A structured white jacket clinched in with a broad dark-brown belt over a white knee-length pencil skirt would have been the way to work this look.

    White slip parading as outer wear?-check
    Tacky, fringed mess of a belt?-check
    White sari inskirt parading as outerwear?-check

    My only thoughts on seeing this are that she lost the keys to her wardrobe and had to improvise by pulling contents out of her innerwear drawer. Need I add I HATE this ensemble?

  6. Kiwi at | | Reply

    Lovely, Different, she carries it off, 3 cheers for being different-Priyanka r u listening?

  7. meria at | | Reply

    i am a south indian & i must say that this is exactly how south indian men dress up when they stay at home.[not mentioning film stars]

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