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  1. Violet at | | Reply

    Manish Arora and Neha Aggarwal designs look great on the ramp or in a catalogue but they’re so difficult to pull of in real outside all the stage/print theatricality.

  2. Coco at | | Reply

    I agree with above, not many people can carry designs like this on red carpet! I think she did it so well, with its risk! full points on that. Love the simplicity in the styling as well!

  3. Avani at | | Reply

    NO! It looks like she borrowed the clown clothes from neighboring circus on tour while the look works great on the ramp.

  4. anon at | | Reply

    If the bodice was made to give the wearer more shape, and if it was finished well, like the unseemly embroidery on the sleeve edge, this look would have worked. It would be a contemporary take on a traditional spin of dressing. Where it flatters is, you get a glimpse of the actress’ toned waist, but that credit goes to her.

    After going through some pages of highheel today, have to commend you bloggers for keeping your opinions mostly unbiased. It’s not easy, preferences can so often obliterate valid critic.

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