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  1. nosh at | | Reply

    I fail to see what’s wrong with this.. although maybe it’s a little big on her.

    I have a hard time saying anything bad about desi clothes unless they are too revealing or too gaudy (like a couple of things that Vidya Balan has worn in the past).

    1. sev at | | Reply

      I can’t look past her face-she’s beautiful!

    2. sev at | | Reply

      But agree with you on her outfit. It’s pretty and reasonable. The comments of this site’s owners are starting to appear cliched-the sort you can read in any fashion magazine. I guess fashion is more about conformity than I’d initially thought-conformity to an idea dictated by the Vogues of the world.

  2. jen at | | Reply

    i absolutely agree, dun find neth wrong, this is a very popular color combo, it’s jus a li’l old fashioned common everyday style of avg indian woman but tht’s it, n considering this material is crepe, i m glad tht she did nt wear it too tight othrwise all da flesh wud hv hung out……i hv seen sm fabulous pics of her, but sm hw i catch only the avg or bad ones here, i wonder y

  3. jen at | | Reply

    em lovin her make-up, jus da perfect lip-color

  4. manisha at | | Reply

    i disagree with first two posts.. i agree with p&p…this is a HORRIBLE outfit. pink and blue is a great combination but done ALL wrong here. if anyone puts a call out to sonali, id really quit my job and be a stylist for her! haha

  5. jia at | | Reply

    I hate chudidars which are loose enough to be salwar. The sleeves again are the wrong width

  6. Anon at | | Reply

    I think its one of those outfits which look great till you wear them!

  7. Karishma at | | Reply

    She just doesn’t seem well turned out EVER!! I have seen people wear desi clothes with so much finesse, non-celebs at that! It wasn’t too long ago that I was in Delhi and imho the avg junta there just knows how to dress, their wardrobe choices (color, cut, size(!)) seemed impeccable and I think no self-respecting, desi-clothes wearing woman there will be caught dead in this “aunty” combo. I fell allover in love with salwar-kameez and saris after my Delhi visit and am appalled that people like Sonali who should be style conscious (it is part f their job whether they agree or not) don’t think twice about donning salwars cum churidars, which seem too short anywayz. I think she can take a tip or two from any woman on Indian streets!

  8. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I LOVe her makeup too
    but the outfit is totally unflattering

  9. FOB at | | Reply

    Is it me or does she look a little like Genelia? (Just the face)

  10. Flower Power at | | Reply

    totally bleh

  11. Anita at | | Reply

    Are 3/4 sleeves even in fashion now?

  12. Surbhi at | | Reply

    thats right.. we the great desis would never be seen in anything like this.. i mean this looks bought off the fashion street.. isnt she getting any film offers anymore??

  13. preeti at | | Reply

    Cut that woman some slack!!!
    This dress is not that bad. It’s a common color combination, and it’s looking fine. Nothing special, but nothing wrong either.
    I actually feel sorry for her because of her Sawariyan disaster that was on every tabloid’s 3rd page..which I am sure was just an accident. She represents the ‘learner’ group- women who are pretty, talented, hard-working but hv to work on their fashion sense. Can’t you guys be a little nicer to her?
    The woman is a single, upper middle class working woman who is quite good at what she does (her art films hv been to many international festivals). She is at least better than the good-for-nothing fashionistas who don’t earn a penny but spend their husband’s money to buy labels. We need to distinguish between these two types of women.

  14. Desiette at | | Reply

    Sonali looks really pretty in this outfit!

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