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  1. zombieink. at | | Reply

    These two ladies have such an earthy and ethnic touch to their attires! sigh! I heart them! makes me so proud!

  2. Srilalitha at | | Reply

    They perfect their styles!! absolute love….

  3. Food poisoned attorney at | | Reply

    Love Amala’s saree.

    1. Tehi at | | Reply

      totally…you took the words right off my fingers!

  4. Shalu at | | Reply

    How beautiful both these ladies look… and their saris too.

    1. Shalu at | | Reply

      These ladies are beautiful inside and out.

  5. Ritu at | | Reply

    Love amala’s saree……is it south cotton? Does anyone know where can i get such saris in kolkata

  6. Arpix at | | Reply

    They look LOVELY and normal. Gorgeous without wasting money on crappy designs or make up. Me likey!!

  7. kasthuri at | | Reply

    Love these ladies for sticking to their style aethetic. They look gorgeous !!!!

  8. Vanya at | | Reply

    “hundreds of women dress like this everyday”? I think you mean millions. :)

  9. Arnaud Hoarau at | | Reply

    I like so second sari!! It is really trendy and not common!! The stripes, it gives another sense to the sari, one that I don’t usually see ^^

  10. SS at | | Reply

    in love with nandita’s blouse and bracelet/watch

  11. Le Anne at | | Reply

    When you are a beautiful person it shows!

  12. npm at | | Reply

    So, so lovely and fresh… and perfect pleating on Amala’s saree. More of this, please!!!!!

  13. slc at | | Reply

    Love both the looks…so gald my mum hasn’t thrown/donated any of hers. Love borrowing them now and then.

  14. Adara at | | Reply

    Amala looks good. Such sloppy draping on Nandita. For a person who wears mostly saris cant she tie it up neatly one day? I don’t understand these comments on how these women are beautiful inside – out. lol. Who we are to judge their “insides”. Seems so stupid.

    1. dee at | | Reply

      because while having been in showbiz they do good work on the outside too. what is stupid about calling some one nice?

      1. Saya at | | Reply

        I agree with Adara! unless you know them personally, what you see on the surface does not matter. I have heard lot of horror stories about one of the celebrity’s personal life. Too bad, P&P will moderate it, otherwise we can all say so many thing bad(inside/outside not withstanding) about most celebrities. So what? We are here to judge only about their fashion(or lack thereof).

  15. Sara at | | Reply

    Love love love Amala’s saree. Can someone shed more light on the type of handloom cotton this is and sources? Nandita is a beautiful woman, but the drape of her saree leaves much to be desired. It looks crumpled

  16. dn at | | Reply

    Amala’s saree – me want now!!! Do not like her blouse though. She looks so beautiful and ever so fresh.
    Nandita is in her classic look.

  17. asha at | | Reply

    Hundreds of women may dress like this, but no celebrity dresses like this. And that’s what makes them unique and beautiful. To see a celebrity not painted on and pouting is such a refreshing change~!

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