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  1. Ann at | | Reply

    She somehow salvaged a look that would have most definitely looked tacky on others. Purple velvet top and gold woven skirt sounds tacky even while imagining it. So props to her for not looking fugly. The shoes work conceptually, but not in reality.

  2. alti at | | Reply

    No idea who this lady is, but she did something quite impressive. She managed to actually take the look up a notch compared to the runaway. Love it! Bravo!

  3. Paroma at | | Reply

    Love the skirt! She really makes this look work.

  4. Monika at | | Reply

    That purple velvet top is tacky

  5. saki at | | Reply

    wow. she has done some kind of magic. the skirt was horrendous on the runway. this girl makes it look classy somehow, that too with a velvet top!

  6. vintagegirl at | | Reply

    Poor paithani weave, its splendour reduced to a strip on an indifferent skirt. PnP as fashion bloggers you should be at least able to id a garment beyond the label. No ad revenue in it but you lose cred by being obsessed with labels.

  7. sunray at | | Reply

    Wow, its a look very well done…nude pumps wudve worked fine…bt i give her serious credit for doing velvet top. It works great!

  8. slc at | | Reply

    The tragedy of cutting handloom silk sarees and stitching them into skirts bothers me. I must admit that she manages to carry it off pretty well.

    1. sm at | | Reply

      Was just going to write that. And I’ve yet to see an outcome that looks better than the sari would have.

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