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  1. Jyoti at | | Reply

    Wow she actually looks charming when she smiles rather than the weird constipated look she has been giving the cameras for the last few months. I think the colours look great on her. I like it.

  2. Nisha B at | | Reply

    she needs to fire her make-up artist pronto!!

  3. Tanvi at | | Reply

    Nice to see her in a saree. Though not a fan of this particular one, this is indeed a much better one than her pervious outings.

  4. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I love how the colours of the Saree come together though am not a fan of the embroidered bit. She looks fab to me.

    1. riya at | | Reply

      i agree

  5. rasna at | | Reply

    I actually like this Nachiket Barve Sari from his SS’13 collection, wish Sameera had opted for the same blouse as worn on the runaway.

    1. S at | | Reply

      I agree! I always commend innovative designs of sarees which enables us to wear a traditional garment in new ways. I like this particular one as well; love the popping color contrasts and the embroidered bit adds a great visual twist!
      And to Sameera’s credit she has draped it well.

  6. Ash at | | Reply

    She looks so fresh and cheery. Love the colors on her. I think she’s such a pretty girl who is finally tapping into her potential :)

  7. PHAT at | | Reply

    loved the sari…

  8. akanksha at | | Reply

    this is so weird.. worst of almost all the sarees i ve seen in my life … why call it designer.. i wud rather pity a woman who cannot afford good clothes for herself… may be a poor woman dressed like that wud satisfy my curiousity.. but why is she wearing that ??

  9. Vanillavibes at | | Reply

    SO this is how Sameera looks when she smiles naturally! Just beautiful…she should allow herself that more often!

    1. Éclat at | | Reply

      So true! This is the most pretty I’ve seen her look all thanks to the smile, and that she looks so much more comfy in this than her other ‘stylish’ clothes.

  10. Éclat at | | Reply

    P & P, I’m sorry, but this blatant classism has to be stopped on your blog…. First it was someone calling out a bai’s saree, now it’s the lady above talking about poor women. Of course, such comments may reflect real world thinking but they don’t need to be published here, right? :)

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  11. akanksha at | | Reply

    i ask y not .. fashion may be edgy but aesthetics need not be compromised

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