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  1. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

    She looks really nice! Bravo.

    just like my future daughter-in-law to be!

    Girls, start dressing like this, you will get good husband and mother in law will be happy.

    1. Puneeta at | | Reply

      How very antiquated of you. I am guessing this is meant in jest, but still, I don’t need to or want to wear a saree to get a good husband. And “mother in law will be happy” ?

      Welcome to the 21st century where these things don’t matter.

    2. Malaise at | | Reply


    3. s at | | Reply

      What a terrible thing to say. Why should any girl start dressing up to please and seek potential husband and mother in law and not how SHE herself wants to? The men and their mothers need to accept the girl for who they are.

    4. kayshika at | | Reply

      This comment made me LOL

    5. trina at | | Reply

      Congratulations…but some of us don’t dress just to get a good husband :-)

    6. riya at | | Reply

      i hope you are being sarcastic.

      1. neha at | | Reply

        OMG …..I can’t decide whether to laugh or cry …..why would any girl dress to please a potential husband and his mother ……huh?

      2. Adara at | | Reply

        Even if it is meant to be sarcastic it doesn’t make much sense. I am positive that even in 21 century there are million girls out there who are taught to dress in a certain way by lot of families and its common place i suppose. But still those families are not going to anyway let you walk in a sheer saree showing your midriff i would assume. I am really confused about what this comment means. o_O

    7. sonia at | | Reply

      are u serious or is this a joke?
      its a wthey comment!

    8. S at | | Reply

      Aww that’s sweet!!!!!

      I don’t know if this was in jest or sarcastic but if it wasn’t I know a lot of the girls are hating on Kanchanmasi but there’s nothing really wrong with what she’s saying to be honest. I know we’ve all progressed and become ultra modern and fabulous and I’m rocking a mini skirt when I go out and I’m sure a good man will be happy with that but we’re still Indian – the culture still values simplicity, feminitity, sweetness etc (like most other cultures in the world!). Let’s be real here would YOUR mother be more pleased if you dressed like this or if she saw you in a club outfit? Let’s get real ladies!

      She’s not saying to lock yourself in the kitchen and wear a burqa she’s just saying that dressing like a classy, sweet preson will attract a good man and that’s true for ANY culture – dressing in an overtly sexual manner usually doesn’t attract the best types of men/women/attention (just watch What Not To Wear with Stacy London and Clinton Kelly). Get off the soapbox ladies – mot of your responses are so so snobby!

  2. Senorita at | | Reply

    oh no no. the white blouse is a complete deal-breaker. dia looks nice, she always does. but sartorially, that white blouse with that olive saree is straight out of how-not-to-wear-a-solid-colour-chiffon.

    1. KK at | | Reply

      +1. White blouse just doesn’t work with this sari. But she sure looks lovely.

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  3. Sev at | | Reply

    I like everything except the slightly skimpy blouse. I wish it was a bit more modest considering the gossamer fabric of the sari. Otherwise I really like this look.

  4. Fergie at | | Reply

    Blouse is terrible but nice earrings. ID?

  5. apsara77 at | | Reply

    Dia totally makes it work! I think it works because she has draped the saree well and doesn’t do the one boob pallu. I also love her earrings and jholi! It’s such a lovely summery look!

  6. Anon at | | Reply

    She looks nice but this is so 90s-Sooraj bharjatya and should never have reared its ugly head in 2013.
    I disliked this look in Hum Aapke Hai Kaun and its not looking any better now.

  7. Rana at | | Reply

    This makes me want to wear saris!!

    1. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

      Good girl!

    2. Devika at | | Reply

      It is time to run Rana!

  8. PC at | | Reply

    Can someone plz Id the earrings.

  9. riya at | | Reply

    she looks lovely as usual. i wonder what other husband hunting tips kanchanmasi has which she can impart to us.

    1. neha at | | Reply

      hahahahahahhaa …..

    2. Adara at | | Reply

      Bahaha! On the same note, God save the poor future daughter-in-law

  10. $ at | | Reply

    Dia can never go wrong in my books but here the saree and blouse combo is not very convincing and may be beacuse m not much convinced with the saree also :\

  11. Dimpy at | | Reply

    She looks lovely but the blouse doesnt work..has the cut similar to the 80’s conical bra…saree ..lovely

  12. Adara at | | Reply

    She looks lovely and that’s because Dia can make anything bloody work. :D

  13. MD at | | Reply

    The more you look at her in this, the more you are convinced that a woman’s smile is the only sure-shot way to look pleasant and beautiful! Who cares what she’s worn when one can’t look beyond that radiant smile? BIG Dia fan!

    1. S at | | Reply

      So truee she looks so sweet and feminine. J’adore!

  14. MD at | | Reply

    But once you do look beyond her radiant smile :) , one wishes she added a gold kada/ a statement ring..Those dainty hands look quite bare…Don’t mind her saree or blouse though…she makes it work!

  15. sonia at | | Reply

    the lady looks lovely!

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