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  1. Tina at | | Reply

    I am liking the kurti very much, and the clutch. but you’re right, maybe not together so much. The clutch loses its oomph with the beige background (being the kurti)…

  2. cooks at | | Reply

    I think she looks pretty chic, her whole outfit seems to go well, especially the bracelet and purse

  3. belle desse at | | Reply

    I actually like the kurti : is it a Ritu Kumar? Very all-purpose, casual and pretty

    This is just my opinion and Im curious to know how many of you agree (or disagree) with me:

    For me the wonderful thing about Indian/ Indo-western wear has been that it can be so pretty, graceful and feminine without being too dressy or formal.

    I mean, in small town America where I live you usually see women lounging about grocery stores and places like that in ratty shorts, tracks, plain tees and such like

    I love how every Indian woman, even the fruit seller on the street is so elaborately put together: intricate earrings, crisply folded sari, flowers in her well-combed hair, despite not having too much money or resources these women are so careful about the way they dress for the most casual of moments

    This is why I find it funny when people talk about how Indians lack fashion sense. Sure, the ‘society’ crowd can be a bit tacky but the average Indian woman really cares about her appearance: exotic AND elegant.

    I dont mean to offend anyone, I am just wondering what you think

    1. Megha at | | Reply

      so well said
      i absolutely agree

  4. May at | | Reply

    Lust lost ? I actually liked it …. its very simply put

  5. divya at | | Reply

    like it too!the clutch goes well with her bangle.

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