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  1. Neha at | | Reply

    ohhh no… not a single one that i could imagine someone wearing on the streets on NY

  2. annie at | | Reply

    LOVE all the dresses. Very wearable connection and the colors are beautiful.

  3. stuti at | | Reply

    i like! love how they are quirky and classy and colorful! love the first piece especially.

  4. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    i actually like many of these. i can totally imagine someone on the streets of nyc wearing the first outfit. the others are a bit out there, but the colors make them interesting to look at.

  5. Dits at | | Reply

    I actually like one from every row…. Some of them are .. interesting!

  6. Belle at | | Reply

    man i actually like this! finally im seeing some colour! ive become sick of blacks and browns!

  7. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I like most of these!
    I would wear them on the streets of NY “except maybe the white one…I heard that that doesn’t go down well there”
    I think they are pretty bearable

  8. pdaervo at | | Reply

    oh, and those quotes were supposed to be parenthasis

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  11. Saya at | | Reply

    Love the last two!

  12. D at | | Reply

    Love, love, love this!

  13. preeti at | | Reply

    loved it …some nice use of colors ….with a litle variations ..

  14. FREIDA FAN at | | Reply

    love this collection. great structure and fabric! the last white one is super cute!

  15. k= at | | Reply

    since when have the streets of NY been used as the standard for wearable dresses??
    i lovee these clothes! they’re so much fun! i’d actually wear most of them. all except first row, 2nd one and third row, 2nd one.

  16. mj at | | Reply

    actually like outfits 1 and 4- the are totally wearable…could wear them for dinner or out dancing….

  17. amandaaahhh at | | Reply

    i like the green one, second row, right side.

    i can imagine priyanka chopra (out of all the ppl) wearing that dress.. since she like them short ;)

    ps – third row, left side – this dress is SOOOO freida pinto lol.

  18. monika at | | Reply

    Does not look like a very wearable collection to me except for a couple of pieces like the first one.

  19. Fatima at | | Reply

    i’d me to the list of takers! the first one needs no modifications for the real world, as is true with most, but some just a few touches would make em real world perfect!

  20. Jaybee at | | Reply

    They are neither too quirky, not too sensible..its like a ritu kumar meets manish arora.

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  22. Jesse at | | Reply

    The green dress on the second row looks like a Matthew Williamson rip off.

  23. Sumi at | | Reply

    I like 1, 4 and 6, quite wearable, I would think..

  24. suchi at | | Reply

    quite quirky and cute

  25. sheeba at | | Reply

    oooh My favorite is the first one 3rd row. One could do so much with just the separate skirt and blouse too.
    Also also love the very first one.

  26. CocoNUT at | | Reply

    LOVe the shape of the dresses…very fun and flirty

  27. kimmy at | | Reply

    Ooh!! I really like this collection- some of it you wouldn’t catch me dead walking in on the streets of Brooklyn, but it’s definitely fun!

  28. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    @ k=

    i can’t speak for the others, but i was simply trying to point out that these clothes would fit the personality of nyc. not necessarily that nyc streets are the epitome of high fashion.

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