23 Responses

  1. Sapphire at | | Reply

    Doesn’t she look beautiful !!! She looks lovely in the sari, but yeah a sleeved blouse would have been apt at a place of worship.

  2. Stiletto at | | Reply

    She looks beautiful but….wow waaay overdressed for seeking blessings- designer saree, jewelry, professional hair, full blown make up!! Sometimes I feel, you have to give it to these celebs- for constant effort to look so put together. They don’t seem to have an ‘off’ day.

    1. Asha at | | Reply

      +100. Way too much effort. Sometimes you gotta give your skin some breathing time.

  3. Tina at | | Reply

    She looks fabulous and APPROPRIATE! Sleeve or no sleeve! Lets not please!! -reinforce these “dress code” impositions on us women anymore, It only marginalizes us even more!! She looks lovely, ‘indian’ and appropriate for a pooja/temple.

  4. Avani at | | Reply

    While wearing a blouse itself is some century old concept in India or rather British enforcement, we can afford to give the Victorian prudishness some rest. :P She looks gorgeous.

    1. Venusmail.com at | | Reply

      Yup, i remember my mom telling me that ladies did not wear blouse till early 20th century. Its the British raj that made us prudish

    2. MissSummer at | | Reply

      +++++++1 completely agree

  5. Violet at | | Reply

    why does she always feel the need to be so loud in her styling? Be it in the for of colour, design or bling. Just not my cup of tea. She’s maxed out on her tackiness quotient for this week.

  6. aanchal at | | Reply

    A sleeved blouse because its a place of worship?? Firstly your blog does a really shitty job of presenting Indian fashion, but that is what you guys think you know best, so please continue this charade.However when you decide to be preachy, that’s when you’re crossing the line. stop the moral policing you twits.

    1. Asha at | | Reply

      Keeping it classy eh Aanchal?
      P&P – why on earth would you even allow this comment?

    2. Priyanka at | | Reply

      Noted.

      P.S: We have never claimed to present Indian Fashion to the discerning masses. All we do is cover Indian celebrities’ sartorial choices. Just saying.

  7. beatrix at | | Reply

    Why silver jewellery with this look?

    1. Missplaced at | | Reply

      Exactlyyyyyy!!! I think everyone was soooo consumed in the appropriateness of the blouse sleeve discussion that no one saw how incongruous the silver jewellery looks with this entirely yellow-toned look….

  8. Rosa at | | Reply

    Why oh why is a few inches of skin from a woman’s shoulder to her mid-arm considered offensive? How absolutely silly!

  9. shwetha at | | Reply

    She looks lovely and I wish she’d dress like this more often
    As for the cover up comment, lets please start with the Purohits and ask that they atleast minimally cover their bare torsos before the suggested dress code is rolled out. I think she looks quite decently draped….Peace :)….

  10. Sapphire at | | Reply

    If women have right to go to temple in a sleeveless blouse, then all these celebs have right to dress however they want off screen. Why comment them and criticize their dressing daily with harsh words like tacky, blingy, dated, boring, same old, behenji, aunty, granny, unkempt hair, scraggly hair, horrendous, horrible and so many other ways. If no body is criticizing at our dressing, then we should also not criticize the celebs dressing. In that case this comment section is of no use.

  11. Shubhi at | | Reply

    Totally agree with u payal on the blouse note…the look had been upgraded with a sleeved blouse….but but why they carry so much makeup at worship place…can’t they just luk normal sometime..

  12. Polly at | | Reply

    God loves you, even if you walk in but naked. Ask the Jains.

    1. Polly at | | Reply

      BUTT

    2. Avani at | | Reply

      Touché’. But then again only MEN. :P

  13. rad at | | Reply

    prude is right. seriously P&P expected you to be more sensible! hope there are no further doses of indian culture from you

  14. Blouse statement not required at | | Reply

    I also feel that the blouse comment was not required and I did not see this coming from you. It is upto an individual how they would like to dress. How you pray is none of anyone’s business.

    That said, it is also damn hot in Mumbai!!

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