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  1. Puruda at | | Reply

    Seen her doing Sabyasachi endless times now, would have much preferred a classy Dior look…..

    nothing soothing about this look and tired of her quirk, would much prefer her being normal for once!

    1. Puruda at | | Reply

      Although I must say she looks like Raja Ravi Verma’s muse sometimes……as if she has just walked out of one of his ancient paintings!

      1. shwetha at | | Reply

        you must mean walked out of one of his accident paintings :)

  2. dn at | | Reply

    It did bring me a smile when I saw her photo amongst others in gowns. Spunky, this is!!!

    1. KS at | | Reply

      :) same here!

  3. ko at | | Reply

    sorry she does not fit in… looks maidish to me.. no offence to her..

  4. suchi at | | Reply

    dont want to sound ageist, but half saree is something that looks nice on young girls/ teenagers. atleast that is what i have seen in the south. find it odd on middle aged women!

  5. shradha at | | Reply

    IMO all the silky dior gowns are looking like lingerie

  6. Adara at | | Reply

    As much the half sari-lehenga is nice & different, this looks is not working on her. Not trying to be an ageist but half saris look better on younger women.

  7. indigirl at | | Reply

    Usually like her quirky look but I agree that this is a young look and doesn’t suit her. Do you think if she left her hair loose, it would have improved the look?

  8. Missy at | | Reply

    Is she young or old? I can never tell…. I like the outfit though…

  9. Kriti at | | Reply

    Oh such a lovely attire but fits her horribly…

    But on second thoughts, there is a sincerity & honesty about this look. Like she was never trying to look perfect… Its liberating at times :) :)

  10. ash at | | Reply

    I love it, she looks so traditional yet quirky at the same time. Is it true half sarees are worn by unmarried girls usually? I was thinking of wearing one but would not wish to appear ridiculous. Maybe she should have stuck to a saree instead?

    1. Mash at | | Reply

      It is traditionally worn by young, unmarried South Indian girls. But Sabina I think, just wins out on sheer surprise value :-)
      If you do it her way, without trying to look “young”, & adapt it to your style, maybe it’ll work.

  11. Megha at | | Reply

    @Ash – traditionally half saris are worn by unmarried girls…i wore them a fair few times in my teens and early twenties
    (and i’m south indian)

    However, of late it has become more of a fashion vs. tradition so it’s not uncommon to see young married women wear half saris even in hyderabad/bangalore etc…so if it doesn’t look ridiculous in cities where the original tradition was followed, i don’t think it would be ridiculous

    That said I think for me someone in their late twenties, maybe thirties would be fine – but i think sabina does not look good in the half sari. I don’t like the outfit itself firstly…and i don’t like how she wore it

  12. lazyU at | | Reply

    That outfit makes want to go play dandiya!! So regardless of who had worn it and what age they had this outfit does not work with where she’s at. At a Dandiya party she would look awesome but a “”dior store launch”” not so much

  13. npm at | | Reply

    The half-saree is beautiful, but not appropriate on someone older.

  14. Fashion Inquisitive at | | Reply

    I think she is wearing Anand Kabra

    1. Priyanka (HHC) at | | Reply

      Nope, it’s Sabya! :)

  15. shriya at | | Reply

    i don’t think she looks so good here. her hairdo is too harsh and she looks like freida kahlo.

  16. H at | | Reply

    Too much fabric for that petite a frame, dontcha think?

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