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  1. Avani at | | Reply

    Looks like she has been getting tips from Ms. Balan. What a mess this look is.

  2. AM at | | Reply

    Maybe she borrowed Daddy’s pashmina?!

    It is kind of cool. Though I am quite sure she has more than one, it is like that one shawl you wear with all saris in winter creating its own pattern. A bit of a vintage throwback.

  3. Sonia at | | Reply

    She looks radiant. Smart & graceful.

  4. donkey at | | Reply

    The shawl and the drape look fine to me. Looks nice and casual..and oh just as I was saying this, I noticed it’s been tucked into her waist. So..no.

    1. Sarah at | | Reply

      Spot on!

  5. Monika at | | Reply

    I hear you on teh shawl…but how gorgeous she looks….I love the saree.

  6. Oddjig at | | Reply

    What is up with the drape? Almost looks like she wore a tee as a blouse. And is using the shawl to cover it up. Waste of a really nice sari

    1. arpitha at | | Reply

      I agree, looks like she dint wear a blouse or wore a blouse which looks so bad that she is covering it up with the shall from wrapped around.

      But yes, she looks nice in the sari and nice to see that such sari’s are not forgotten.
      ps: Not liking the hair color & hair style though.

  7. Livdiva at | | Reply

    Bindi too high on the forehead, hate the hair color, shawl tucked into the waist (why?!) and sari just a tad short.
    Disaster IMO

  8. Sylviana at | | Reply

    You guys, forget about the shawl and I.D the sari..Is it a Raw Mango?? That sari is perfection!And its black!!*drooling*

  9. D at | | Reply

    It must have been a really expensive toosh. The shawls are THE statement to make for some people, at some stage. And it’s not necessarily a fashion statement, if you know what I mean.

    1. AM at | | Reply

      I think making toosh is banned now. Unless it is vintage.

  10. Amit at | | Reply

    That is how traditionally a bengali woman will carry a shwal ( she is a half bengali) in a formal function. And she is a Nanda not a Bachchan for a very long time. She looks lovely and very graceful unlike a lot of celebrity on this page who you die praising.

  11. ohmy at | | Reply

    It could never EVER be a ten with THAT hair color!

  12. Mira at | | Reply

    All of it comes together as a cohesive whole. She looks cool and effortless.

  13. Caroline at | | Reply

    That shawl is probably the best piece from Kashmir – vintage – costing in lakhs…I am sure you folks probably have no idea. It’s part of every Kashmiri girl inheritance.

  14. Caroline at | | Reply

    It’s a jamawar shawl … Dad also wore it one time ….Not a toosh

  15. Archana B at | | Reply

    That shawl is the most expensive piece of clothing on her. A Kani Jamwar. Takes months to manufacture one! But I will let it pass considering the lack of handloom knowledge on this website as always. Coming to the Saree and the drape, unfortunately she is too tall to carry a regular waist drape. The sandals show and that is where the whole look falls apart.

    1. Amit at | | Reply

      You are so spot on about these girls lack of knowledge about our own tradition and hand loomAmit heritage. They are too busy catching up the western TRENDS in fashion. Cant complain actually they do represent a generation that is hollow and have no respect or knowledge of our rich tradition. And I doubt this post will find a place in the comment section.

      1. Sapphire at | | Reply

        +1000 Agree with you. I always think the same.

  16. lady jamwal at | | Reply

    This is a Kani shawl. Worth Lakhs. The shawl is what she’s actually wearing , just setting it off with the saree.
    That said, its not surprising that people south of delhi have no need/ heritage and hence absolutely no knowledge or appreciation of shawls.

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