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  1. sree at | | Reply

    Poor rani looks like she’s wrapped in aluminum foil. This look makes her appear short and stout. Bad styling for sure.

  2. Sweta at | | Reply

    Common P&P … let’s not penalize her for her height!!!! It’s good to see non-tall women, non-skinny women, non-fair women carry such outfits with such élan and confidence :-)

    1. deb at | | Reply

      Couldn’t have said it better.

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    3. OrangeJammies at | | Reply

      I don’t think anybody’s penalizing Ms. Mukherjee for her height. The gown is meant for a more statuesque figure, and she, lovely as she is, doesn’t quite check the “tall” box, so it doesn’t work as well on her, is all. I’m sure she would’ve carried off another drape more suited to her body type.

      1. Jenn at | | Reply

        Agree! She could choose height weight appropriate dress instead of something that was made for a tall skinny woman.

  3. KJ at | | Reply

    She looks so gorgeous neck up. Too bad the outfit is all kinds of wrong.

  4. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

    I wanted to start off by saying ‘Rani beti’ but that seems to annoy some readers, so i will say:

    Rani darling, bending certain fashion rules can be edgy but breaking the gold/silver rule is a fashion disaster. If you didn’t have a glittery silver clutch you could have taken a black one or perhaps emerald green? Even a red one i would’ve let you off, but gold?!! no no no dear. Faux Pas

    1. RS at | | Reply

      LOL. Kanchanmasi, you are funny. I find myself looking out for your comments just to have a chuckle. Carry on with the auntyji advice, good fun. Rani beti indeed. ha ha ha.

      1. RT at | | Reply

        kanchanmasi, you deserve your own blog. You are hilarious and I love it!!!

    2. Srilalitha at | | Reply

      :D you said it right, masi

    3. Rana at | | Reply

      haha thanks for not using beti :)

      1. Jenn at | | Reply

        Kanchanmasi, you are spot on! An emerald clutch would go with her ear rings too!

  5. Slc at | | Reply

    Rani looks divine. It’s a good thing she shortened the dress, even though it meant she had to lose some of the ‘tail’, else she would be sweeping the floor. Perfect make-up, hair and jewelry too. Yep the clutch could have been different…but it’s not disastrous.

  6. Jyoti at | | Reply

    Oh good God. No comments. She looks like an aunty. She should sticks to her sari blouses.

  7. KK at | | Reply

    This doesn’t outfit is not for her. I think it somehow ages her. Good effort though.

  8. kara at | | Reply

    She looked elegant. I love her earrings! Love you, Rani!

  9. Verity at | | Reply

    Oh, you’re being hard on her! I’m not a fan of the dress anyway but it doesn’t lose too much being cut short. If all shorter women couldn’t cut here and there we wouldn’t be able to wear anything’

  10. $ at | | Reply

    She is looking short and stout but points to here for trying something other than sari( or sabya :P) nice earings

  11. Ishita at | | Reply

    Everything neck up was amazing and those emeralds were so appropriate for this gown. Just wish the hemline was a little longer. Other than that, this gown did exactly what she wanted it to do: accentuate her curves!

  12. Seema at | | Reply

    Goshhhh!! Shs tryng too hard….

  13. Fergie at | | Reply

    You need a much better toned body to carry off this dress. The shoulder bulge is very unsightly.

  14. arpitha at | | Reply

    she should have tried a different color say black, brown, navy blue.

  15. S at | | Reply

    Sorry not just the height but her body type is not right for the gown.It needs someone tall and slender to carry off that drape gown.

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