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  1. me at | | Reply


  2. Su at | | Reply

    Could you please explain what your ‘housewife’ kind of comparison mean? I find them really offensive. Most of our moms and grand-moms are housewives and they have their own dignity and poise in terms of dressing. If you don’t like these tv soap kinda hairdos kindly find some other adjective and avoid using terms like ‘housewife’, ‘sister’wife’ etc.

    1. Payal at | | Reply

      We are referring to the looks in Bravo TV’s Real Housewives series. Not actual housewives… And sister-wife is a term more prevalent in the US from the Mormon culture where polygamy is practiced…

      1. Neharika at | | Reply

        Thanks for clarifying. I did not get those references. Guess I have better things to watch that bravo TV .. Lol

        1. Sapphire at | | Reply

          +1 May be even I watch better things than sister-wife and housewife;

        2. Lola at | | Reply

          Guess we all do watch Bravo since we get the references instantly. Shame for you I guess…. “lol”.

        3. Asha at | | Reply

          These are pop culture references in the US. Not understanding them is fine, but why get snarky after receiving an explanation?

          1. Neharika at |

            Guys it was just said in jest. I watch a lot of crap myself and have a lot of guilty pleasures. I wasn’t trying to be snarky. guess the humor gets lost in the comment.

          2. Shiny Object at |

            Well said. I love me some Real Housewives shows. What I don’t like are such holier than thou responses to Payal’s clarification.

        4. Ri at | | Reply

          Was the condescension necessary?!

  3. slc at | | Reply

    Love the suit and Shraddha wears it really well. Yeah, the hair may be a downer, but not as tacky as your description HCC.

  4. Unda murgi at | | Reply

    Thest hairdo killed the look.

  5. Maya at | | Reply

    This look reminds of Janice, Chandler’s girlfriend, from TV Show Friends..” OHH MY GODD!!”

    1. Kaul at | | Reply

      Thank you! It was annoying me not knowing who she reminded me of. I finally settled on Shakti Kapoor in one of his movies.

    2. Violet at | | Reply

      omg yes, bang on. I knew that the look reminded me of someone but I just couldn’t recollect and that was nagging me. Thanks for putting my mind to rest.

    3. Asha at | | Reply

      OH. MY. GAWD!

      Bang on :-)

    4. fashionjunky at | | Reply

      Bang on..

  6. Violet at | | Reply

    Her stylist does work hard to put together different looks for Shraddha and while she does look good in almost all of them (no easy feat! never found her tacky or inappropriate) she lacks the zing. Certain looks (like this one) require a personality to pack a punch but in her case it falls quite flat. Love the suit, though.

  7. Sin at | | Reply

    Going by the post, why is it a bad thing that her style is less ‘Brooklyn hipster’? To me that’s a good thing! :P

  8. BlueBells at | | Reply

    I think for once we should not draw similarities to some ‘housewife’ if the person in question looks lovely. Moreover, the way P&P mention it, they make the word look disparaging!

    Anyway, in my opinion, she looks classy here! The hairstyle was done to make her give a “tall” appearance with the attire given Shraddha’s short frame. She is totally rocking it. Love the makeup!

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  9. Monika at | | Reply

    A complete miss form the otherwise well dressed Shraddha.

  10. SMM at | | Reply

    Yikes! My eyes . Just becUse it’s an Armani and its Shraddha Kapoor wearing it , does not make it ok. The fit also looks off and there way too much print. Reminded me of the 80s and the black and white snow on our TVs

    1. sonal at | | Reply


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