19 Responses

  1. slc at | | Reply

    Call me old-fashioned….not suitable to a mata ki chowki. The dupatta is missing.

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      1. GG at | | Reply

        agreed. she looks like she is about to walk the ramp.

  2. enne at | | Reply

    pumps r working!!!

    1. Ahot at | | Reply

      +2! Love all of it!

  3. Tanya at | | Reply

    These pumps don’t look all that bad. I think her dress is quite long, so maybe she would be dragging the dress along the floor if she wore flats.

  4. Nisha B at | | Reply

    she looks nice but when appropriateness comes in concern, this look fails..it’s best to go Indian route at certain places.

  5. Jyot at | | Reply

    She is on a roll…

  6. TiqueBou at | | Reply

    love it!

  7. fashionista at | | Reply

    it looks nice, but the pumps would’ve looked better if the length of the kurta was a bit shorter..

  8. Food Poisoned Attorney at | | Reply

    Somehow coming off as Mehhhh!!! Something isn’t working

  9. Tehi at | | Reply

    Cute, pumps notwithstanding

  10. Sunanda at | | Reply

    She looks beautiful!

  11. Ritu at | | Reply

    Im okay with the choice of shoes. Loved the dress and i feel long dresses look better with heels than flats.

  12. karishma at | | Reply

    i think she looks great!!

  13. Myka at | | Reply

    I love the outfit but it doesn’t seem appropriate for such an occassion, and you’re right, it doesn’t go with those pumps.

  14. ohNoOhYes at | | Reply

    How High is considered a sky High heel?

  15. Ash at | | Reply

    I disagree. Those pumps are totally working with the dress

  16. KJ at | | Reply

    The dress looks so beautiful and proportional (as in be able to see the bottoms) on the model. On Prachi, the invisible bottoms take away from the look. Shoes I can ignore.

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