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  1. Amy at | | Reply

    I actually don’t fault Mini’s sari or draping. I just wish she has a bit of makeup on. I mean just a tiny bit, maybe make those eyes pop with some liner/kajal.

  2. FashionVictim at | | Reply

    Love the tribal necklace on Konkona, except it’s too much for the saree…would have looked smashing with a simple round-neck kurta.

    Love Mini’s saree…but why that white blouse? It’s too stark against the muted neutrals of the saree. I’m sure there’s a black sleeveless blouse hiding somewhere in her closet!!

  3. anon at | | Reply

    vidya should take lessons from these women. this is the way to make the sari your signature without it looking sloppy or tacky

  4. just casually at | | Reply

    Mini’s saree is fabulous! And I like the contrast with the white blouse. Though’s Koko’s look is somewhat cluttered here but she still manages to look graceful.

    1. wtf? at | | Reply

      I know! LOVE Mini’s saree, want it right now!

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  5. Senorita at | | Reply

    lol! LOVED Mini’s tweet cribbing about the photo being taken at 2am and the saree palla being ulta!

  6. SLC at | | Reply

    Konkona’s necklace, although beautiful, looks overbearing for the saree, but she does look good. Mini also looks adorable, sans make-up.

  7. M at | | Reply

    love love love

    these two women are right up my style alley :)))

  8. BP at | | Reply

    I think the saris are Raw mango. They have some delicious saris.

    1. eclat at | | Reply

      Oh good heavens Every handloom saree seen on this site need not be from Raw Mango! Fact: sarees have been woven in India since time immemorial. Raw Mango didn’t invent them. Yes, they’ve done a great job giving handloom Chanderis a new life. But they didn’t invent them.

      1. jo at | | Reply

        haha! I agree with eclat.

        1. wtf? at | | Reply

          haha. Touche. mentioned this somewhere else myself! It’s like people dont know handloom sarees are available elsewhere, infact where i come from they are the norm, as for most middle class folks in various parts of the country. The MM and other chiffony blingy stuff we usually see on page 3 is really another dimension of reality.

          1. Sheetal at |

            If you go shopping for sarees you notice that people, even prospective brides, automatically discard traditional weaves. They are looking for the blingy ones. Sad!!!

  9. crab at | | Reply

    Both look lovely. It would be wonderful to see more Bolly folk dress like this.

  10. tania at | | Reply

    P&P – Do you by chance know what kind of saris these are ? I love this material!

  11. Anitathefirst at | | Reply

    These saris are OK as one of the outfits in a wardrobe, it would get boring really fast if everyone started dressing like this all the time. I actually like bling, when done right.

  12. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I love Konkana’s saree and the necklace. Fabulous !! She looks gorgeous !

  13. Zing Thing at | | Reply

    Love both the sarees and the looks.

  14. Genie at | | Reply

    I love Mini’s saree collection..lovely :)..some ppl just have an eye for good sarees :)…yeh yeh vidya,ameesha,shriya.. I was talking to you guys..lololzz

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