8 Responses

  1. Avani at | | Reply

    Though the corn rows gives the impression of bald patches, she looks neat and nice for a change. So much better than her usual try hard “fierce” looks and silly stances.

  2. colormenot at | | Reply

    what a beautiful saree. and she looks comfortable in it. I have no issues with the hair do. she looks great

    1. Melange at | | Reply

      +1
      Refreshing

  3. StyleSaga at | | Reply

    she looks just right !! striking and sweet !

  4. Asha at | | Reply

    I dislike the eye makeup. But I think the hair looks fine, if a bit too tight.

  5. flygirl at | | Reply

    she looks pretty, but what is with the cornrows ? It is cultural appropriation, pure and simple, especially if what you are doing doesnt really honour the culture that you have misappropriated !

  6. Shefali Vaidya at | | Reply

    This is NOT a kotpad saree. It is a Donguria, a traditional hand-woven textile by the tribals of Niyamgiris.

  7. The Hellenist at | | Reply

    It’s a textile indigenous to the Dongria Kondh of Kalahandi. Kotpad is different and is from Koraput.
    Just another minor nitpick…Odisha..not Orissa :P

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