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  1. nkb at | | Reply

    In all that bling this is like a breath of fresh air. What a risk and what a pay off.

  2. Nidhi at | | Reply

    Truly a fashionista :-)

  3. medha at | | Reply

    Boring, unflattering and snooze worthy. In a big fat bollywood wedding, this is a lesson how not to dress

  4. sara at | | Reply

    LOVE !

  5. Janice at | | Reply

    She looks great – breath of fresh air as someone mentioned.

  6. Slc at | | Reply

    Takes a lot of guts to wear something so simple at such a high profile wedding. But I must admit she looks graceful and absolutely stunning.

  7. Mia at | | Reply

    It’s a bit too boring

  8. sheena at | | Reply

    So classy!A good way to stand out in blingy weddings.

  9. Violet at | | Reply

    A smart way to stand out at a wedding reception ;) This look is a winner but I can’t help wonder if the colours faded out in the absence of the flash lighting.

  10. arpitha at | | Reply

    She looks nice, but I prefer atleast little bling for such events.

  11. sini at | | Reply

    She’s looking daaaamnn good!!! But, for a big fat bollywood wedding….not sure

  12. Sd at | | Reply

    I freaking love love love it…I would anyday wear this over some of manish malhotra’s heavy blingy outfits…she looks gorgeous

  13. Ranij at | | Reply

    Most people are so overdressed . She looks fresh but I wish she had worn one piece of jewellery. At least some amazing earrings or something in her hair

  14. sree at | | Reply

    She stands out in a good way! It’s refreshing to see someone that didn’t take the blinged out route.

  15. Saya at | | Reply

    She looks fantastic. So minimal yet so elegant. She has such a great figure, works the hell outta that sari.

  16. Rajvi at | | Reply

    Sorry.. I beg to differ..maybe this comes across as classy and different..but one thing that is missing is some minimal jewellry to complete the look..in my opinion bare hands neck and ears..look very morose in an Indian wedding.almost disrespecting the host..

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    2. S at | | Reply

      Disrespecting the host would be to UP the bride or show up in skin show-trashy. She looks damn good. Not everything has to be blinged out and has to follow the desi way.

      1. Farrah at | | Reply

        What’s wrong with keeping up with our culture and traditions instead of trying hard to mimic someone/something else? Trying to UP the bride is one extreme of being disrespectful. Attending a wedding as if you’re at a “sari cocktail night” is on the other end of this spectrum.

        1. Malaise at | | Reply

          Whose ‘culture and traditions’? Given that India is multi cultural with a gazillion traditions. One of the pics had a woman in the background in a hijab and the black attire ( sorry the name of the attire escapes me). I hope Arpita gave her a sound yelling for disrespecting her because she didn’t roll around in glitter before showing up at the reception.

          It’s all about showing up to bless the couple and share in their happiness. Who the F cares what you wear unless you are out there to make the event about yourself.

          1. Rajvi at |

            Well if who the F cares what people wear to a wedding.. then what are we all here for reviewing what ppl are wearing?

            All i meant was any saree look is incomplete without jewelry.. by which i don not mean go all out.. even stud earrings and a diamond bracelet or a watch wouldve done the trick.. without which she just looks like a model walking the ramp and not attending a wedding reception..!

          2. Farrah at |

            Hijab is a completely different matter altogether and doesn’t support your case. If it’s really down to “who the F cares” … then fine … bring out the red carpet and gold swimsuits to the next funeral. The point simply was, as Rajvi already said, simple stud earrings or a diamond bracelet would’ve also done the trick. It’s a wedding .. let’s dress accordingly … everything has a time and place.

          3. S at |

            Well said. India is a multi cultural society. Indian “culture & traditions” have been evolving every few decades. Indian christians wear white gowns for wedding which obviously no Hindu brides will wear but will have to do a tradition policing to point out that a gown is not according to Indian tradition. Wearing black was considered taboo for Indian wedding “traditions” and now so many people wear blacks to weddings in this century. She is wearing a lovely sari and kept it simple, I don’t see any disrespect from any angle.

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  17. Puneeta at | | Reply

    She looks amazing. A.Ma.Zing.

  18. Ayesha at | | Reply

    Yes for a cocktail party or something she looks amazing, and her figure is amazing. However for this wedding it doesn’t look quite right, maybe if she had added some fantastic diamond earrings and bracelet it would have looked better.

    1. Rajvi at | | Reply

      Thank u! that’s all what i meant..

  19. Tania at | | Reply

    She looks amazing. Love her chic, minimalist approach here.

  20. resh at | | Reply

    hot hot hot!!

  21. Ali at | | Reply

    Probably no jewelry house lent her the bling.

  22. shwetha at | | Reply

    looks super boring, flat and meh.
    even worse considering that its a wedding reception.
    Just because you are dressed different from the rest doesnt qualify your look to be a winner. Completely disagree with P&P

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  23. Matahari at | | Reply

    Shraddha is LOVE!

  24. r at | | Reply

    she loooks fab no doubt …but she dresses more blingy for a premiere and this is a wedding did she get the wrong invitation.

  25. deepa at | | Reply

    She looks sooo beautiful, how refreshing…

    1. Trupti at | | Reply

      Totally agree.

  26. chand at | | Reply

    Love the look but but could have been worn somewhere more appropriate. Not for a wedding reception!

  27. jyo at | | Reply

    She looks fab but I doubt if this attire suits the event

  28. Adara at | | Reply

    Kudos to Shraddha for not caring a hoot about wearing fake contacts, white washing & stupid hair coloring like most of the Bolly brigade. Keeping it simple seems to be her mantra and is working just fine everywhere. Love her style.

  29. Trupti at | | Reply

    Shradhha looks amazing. Who cares if she’s wearing that?! If you are, you shouldn’t. Its her body, and I am damn sure that no one reprimanded her for wearing no bling. If you really want to look at it as ‘but the occasion!’, then let me say that it is a ‘wedding reception’, and usually there’s no tradition involved in that; its just a party. And for that, she’s dressed fabulously. She’s giving a big FU (in a ‘nice, look how differently I am dressed’ kind of way – I mean) to the other ladies. Counter-arguing about rolling the red carpet and/or wearing a swimsuit to a funeral is not just taking it too far, but THAT is offensive.

    Coming back to the point, Shradhha looks fabulous. She’s got such a calm, serene look about her, always that is. Even in the Basanti song from Ungli, she looks beautiful, non-vulgar.

    1. Saya at | | Reply

      I can’t agree more. That serenity is what I always mention about her. Love the way she seems so poised in any outfit on & off screen.

  30. Ujwal at | | Reply

    Pls excuse my interference in an all girls conversation but i think SK should have worn some appropriate jewellery. When anyone dresses up i feel three boxes must be ticked at all times in the following order, 1. Suitable for weather, 2. Suitable for occassion, 3. Comfort level in wearing it. In this case most certainly the second isnt. We cannot swing like a pendulum from all bling to an empty look like this. Isnt striking a correct balance the ethos of dressing up?

  31. Pamela at | | Reply

    You’re kiddding???!
    You dont have an issue with those god awful shoes?!!Also, as an understated look it’s fine but are we sure she just didnt pack right or lose her baggage before a big function??

    1. Sheneitha at | | Reply

      Yes very much agreed on the shoes part, refreshing look maybe but not at the correct event. Agreed with Rajvi’s comment as well.

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