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  1. Dips at | | Reply

    Not sure I like the pre-stiched dupatta; especially when a print like that begs for the fluidity and grace of a regular dupatta. This falls somewhere between a cape and a dupatta and makes me want to free her from its clutches. Having said that, I’m glad it’s not yet another crop top/bralette-lehenga combination.

  2. Mooni at | | Reply

    Gorgeous! She looks like a dream.

  3. BlueBells at | | Reply

    While I agree with what ‘Dips’ has said, but can’t be denied how lovely Samantha looks. The beauty of this particular look (along with the colour, yes) is that women of all age groups can go for it and it would look equally gorgeous on them. Major love for the colour!

    1. Dips at | | Reply

      Agreed…I was remiss in not mentioning that she does look lovely…there is a timelessness to the print and color that the non-dupatta cannot take away from the look. Point well noted:)

      1. BlueBells at | | Reply

        :) Yes, Timelessness!

  4. Avani at | | Reply

    She looks amazing. It does not look stuffy because the color is soft and she has that slender & petite frame. Not sure how it would work on all body types.

  5. ohmy at | | Reply

    Looks like she has cropped her hair short. And isn’t the outfit confining her hands too much?!

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