16 Responses

  1. donkey at | | Reply

    Very soothing colours. Love the blouse.

  2. Rosebud at | | Reply

    Is it just me who feels that the sari has a dull vibe? *yawn*

  3. Abc at | | Reply

    Make up and the saree don’t match.Looks as if she put on her make up hair etc and forgot to change her clothes.

    Together it does not look cohesive.

  4. Yamini at | | Reply

    she needs to learn pleating saree. I wonder why cant people wear a saree gracefully like its supposed to be

    1. Avani at | | Reply

      +1. Pleating and the awful draping. Yes casual is fine but when you have decided to wear a designer saree and put on loads of makeup which does not match the simplicity of the pretty saree & blouse, pleating can be done too.

  5. kanika at | | Reply

    kaamwali wants her clothes back.

    1. Ik at | | Reply

      Kaamwali? These comments get approved and most of mine don’t? Come on.

    2. flygirl at | | Reply

      That is offensive on so many levels . She looks so at ease with how she has worn it and so totally owns it.

    3. Ali at | | Reply

      At least the kaamwali has dignity which this comment sorely lacks.

      1. Sup at | | Reply

        +1

  6. smita at | | Reply

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  7. Nancy at | | Reply

    This outfit is a joke; what with the striped blouse and a saree that can be worn at home only!!

  8. Daman at | | Reply

    I love this combo. Very different. If you see how Kiran dressed hers, you can see the difference. This is modren take. I am going to try this one on myself.

  9. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I think she looks super sweet and the makes the average saree look so good!

  10. SM at | | Reply

    Love the saree, but her choice of blouse is not the greatest here. Those winged eyes do not go with that saree

  11. Sup at | | Reply

    I love both the blouse and the sari separately, not together somehow. But love how easily she carries it !

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