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  1. Shweta at | | Reply

    Now what kind of a saree style is this?! Looks quite weird…instant dislike!!

  2. crab at | | Reply

    I’m not trying to be flippant, but this looks like they’re hanging themselves. Also not going to support this because i’m sure few will get it right and it’ll be a slippery slope for the rest with blouse and navel show.

  3. Ra at | | Reply

    absolutely LOVE Dippanita’s look…everything about it!

  4. SxD at | | Reply

    Ha Ha…When I wear sarees for special occasions and have to do some task where the pallu becomes a hindrance, I wear my pallu this way – never knew I was creating a fashion statement. Maybe they just did some dishes or changed a kids diaper like me!!!!

  5. The Mad Momma at | | Reply

    My grandmother, mother, aunts, family friends – everyone who wears sarees on a regular basis, does this to keep the pallu out of the way when they’re busy.
    Its also great in the north Indian winter when they wear a cardigan over a saree. The bit around the neck works like a cravat keeping the neck warm and looks very elegant, even with silks.
    I always thought it looked smart and I’m surprised to see such a hue and cry over it.

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