17 Responses

  1. m at | | Reply

    love her hair too

  2. Dia at | | Reply

    She’s looking elegant.

  3. Sapphire at | | Reply

    She looks lovely and elegant.

  4. Slc at | | Reply

    Lovely saree…draping slightly sloppy.

  5. NAQVI at | | Reply

    I like everything in this look even the hoops. Nicely done.

  6. Tanvi at | | Reply

    Classy lady!

    Payal..feel bad that you had to mention “Politely.” I have been observing that some of the ladies can be very harsh when they don’t agree with the opinion/observation of others. Polite disagreement would be a refreshing and welcome change.

  7. RT at | | Reply

    Love this. Love her.

  8. Piku at | | Reply

    This does look like a Bengal silk. Nice to see Revathi. Don’t worry PnP baby steps is fine. Often weaves are mixed up now, even hardcore sari wearers cannot always tell.

    Typo, it should be style.

  9. Hansini at | | Reply

    You got the saree right Payal!
    Revathi looks lovely, if a bit austere.

  10. Kirsa at | | Reply

    Its a treat for today. As I always say, a gorgeous face a day keeps the doctor away :)
    Thankyou P&P. She looks lovely!

  11. nikitha at | | Reply

    its actress boss!!! ;-(

  12. kasthuri at | | Reply

    Lovely saree indeed. Wish she has some colour (even with a pottu) or a necklace. But she looks lovely nevertheless.

  13. Muktadhara Ray at | | Reply

    This isn’t the traditional jaamdani work for sure! :)

  14. ChutneyChameli at | | Reply

    Very elegant and natural. She looks lovely though I would have liked to see a pop with a brighter lipstick or some jewellery.
    I think the saree is a Bailou – it has jamdani work in the pallu and the body is matka like you say.

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