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  1. This dress is matching with what aish wore some time back.
    so U can understand when someone want to compete with younger gen…this happens.




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  2. strange how some designer can take the classic BLACK and WHITE and kill it….there are a lot of “ifs” in this pic, IF the skirt were tighter , IF the design was smaller, IF the accessories were less, IF her hair was more styled, IF she did not look like she was going to an Arabic wedding.




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  3. P&P, is black-and-white geometrics/optical prints a big trend now? and how are they best worn? i have a couple of tops, but have been wary of wearing them, thinking they’ll look too loud (or like PD here)… suggestions welcome!




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  4. Flower Power

    There will always be a place for geometrical prints.

    Always make sure that you stick with two colors max (in the geometric print) and keep rest of the look plain and minimal. For instance pair a geometrical top with a pair of denims, simple shoes and a neutral bag. And don’t OD on the accessories, I’d avoid them altogether if I can…




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  5. I can’t believe those cruel comments about age,and senility were actually allowed,and the no. of “achingly young” people cheering along!!!!…how would you feel if some stranger on the street commented on your mother during one of her “bad hair days” which all of us are entitled to once in a while… One word….Inhumane!!!!




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