40 Responses

  1. sree at | | Reply

    I love this look head to toe! Impeccable styling, drooling over that kurta! <3

  2. Suchi at | | Reply

    That’s a wonderful bias to have!

  3. Katherine at | | Reply

    People need to relax, you guys aren’t the first blog to love what Sonam wears or to have a certain bias towards a designer. If anything I feel like you guys give equal love/critique to everyone. As for this particular look of Sonam’s she hit it out of the ball park, perfect from head to toe and nobody wears Anamika Khanna like she does (there’s a reason why she is her muse.)

  4. ada at | | Reply

    Good excuse Pnp but we are no fools .

  5. samir at | | Reply

    The kurta is beautiful…but earrings are unnecessary. She is looking good. Anamika Khanna is very good…but you should positively criticize her work to help her improve.

    Congrtazzz for sharing your thoughts on being biased. It requires a lot of courage.

    I have seen a lot of positively and negatively biased comments towards celebrities and designers…I hope those commentators get enough courage to speak the truth.

  6. PC at | | Reply

    I realize I should be commenting on the fashion at display. But I do have a pertinent question why are celebrities being called for the inaguration of a hosptial,let alone the celebrities for gods sake they managed to get the PM. How does hoopla and star power justify a hospital inauguration.

    1. NB at | | Reply

      My 2 cents. A hospital, like any other business is a profitable venture. If celebrities endorse the place it means more business by cutomers who are fans of these celebs.

  7. San at | | Reply

    you guys are simply awesome!

  8. Slc at | | Reply

    The kurta is absolutely gorgeous and Sonam looks just perfect. You don’t have to explain your bias..we all have a soft spot for certain designers and you are not wrong about AK’s work either, who is very artistic and quite the perfectionist.

  9. Ranij at | | Reply

    Love this look! Just gorgeous

  10. Rajvi at | | Reply

    as usual great outfit.. but too much for the event in question.. this girl does not know where to stop

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  11. Beatrix at | | Reply

    Your impeccable taste in fashion is what keeps me coming back to your blog….that kurta is to die for!

  12. tina at | | Reply

    She looks good but I don’t think this look will work for 95% of people.

    Sonam looks okay because of how tall and slim she is. Anyone shorter, broader, or with hips or boobs or pretty much ANY shape other than tall, skinny, and straight cannot pull this off. It would look like a lumpy housecoat pretty quickly.

  13. fashion bubble at | | Reply

    Now this is a lovely anamika khanna piece……the one she wore for diwali was a disaster…..

  14. Prettiest_hands at | | Reply

    How is this event appropriate for a hospital launch? This would have been a great awards night/ bollywood party look.

  15. cersei at | | Reply

    This looks like a well tailored Jaipuri razia on a beautiful woman.

    1. cersei at | | Reply

      Jaipuri razai

  16. Puneeta at | | Reply

    I saw your archives. You didn’t gush on poor Shraddha Kapoor who looks 10 times better than Sonam even on her worst day :)

    1. Adara at | | Reply

      Ha ha. Good point.

    2. Katherine at | | Reply

      Are you being serious ?. No need to bring Shraddha Kapoor into this and try to make her look “better” than Sonam Kapoor by putting her down. Just shows a lack of maturity on your part.

  17. Tania at | | Reply

    This look might have worked on paper but just did not translate well. That is too much print,even with her being so tall, to look good.

  18. Kiran at | | Reply

    People need to calm down – Sonam gets it right 9 times out of 10! She tends to pick the best of every collection (Anamika or otherwise) and usually styles it impeccably well – which is fairly reflected in the blog.

  19. Food Poisoned Attorney at | | Reply

    Looking good!

  20. smruthi at | | Reply

    I love the kurta and the styling…but for a hospital launch…am not sure..film premiere, reality show, wedding, diwali party anything would have been perfect…

    infact wud have loved this as her diwali outfit..

  21. KK at | | Reply

    Ok this looks is absolutely gorgeous. Love everything about it and Sonam looks stunning!

  22. Reena at | | Reply

    This look would have been perfect if not for this chunky earrings.
    with a dress with such loud prints, minimalistic accessories are key.

    On an aside, am I the only one who feels Sonam lacks a style identity?
    As eclectic as she may want to portray herself, I think she needs to pick something that people can easily identify her with. think rihanna with hip hop grunge. frieda pinto with girl next door elegance, kim kardashian with overtly sexy. sridevi with age appropriate elegance. they’re all icons.
    What is Sonam’s identity?
    p.s: I like Sonam.

  23. Supriya Mimani at | | Reply

    Why the loud earrings? The outfit needed something simpler…

  24. neharika at | | Reply

    Since we are talking about biases I will agree to a kangana ranaut, neha dhupia and tisca chopra bias. They barely get it wrong. I like anamika Khanna but I don’t think her clothes are wearable

  25. Fhh at | | Reply

    I would not complain about the Sonam bias, considering she was one of the early adopters of hi fashion. However I find the various other biases increasingly difficult to ignore – Ash gets a “face palm” but Neha Dupia’s mystery patches still get an adoring comment like “somehow she still pulls it off” . And for those loyal fans who say “but this is p and p’s blog and it is free and they can do whatever they want”, news flash – the

  26. Fhh at | | Reply

    There are many links on the blog where your clicks generate revenue. I genuinely admire p&p for creating a great product and they really deserve thier success, but it is important to remember that this success is also because of a loyal fashion conscious audience and we are loyal because for many years the blog stayed classy and offered fun but respectful critique. It feels like there is a slow shift away from the core values that made this blog a succesd

  27. just me at | | Reply

    This particular kurta is not my cup of tea – looks like a busy pattern nightie, but Anamika Khanna has some wonderful pieces for sure. Also, I for one really like it that you guys talked about the “bias” part – as a popular and growing blog, it’s nice/more transparent to put it out there that a look is getting a thumb’s up, sometimes, because of your penchant for the designer.

  28. shyba at | | Reply

    Fitting Reply!

    Eventhough Iam a fan of AK’s work,the Diwali one Sonam wore looked messy…may be better on someone else

  29. shyba at | | Reply

    And whenever I see Sonam, these words by Sabyasachi comes to my mind(btw he wasnt refering to anyone in particular)
    “Sometimes when I see these women so victimised by fashion I want to say, ‘You don’t need a handbag, darling, you need a hug,'” he tells Bandana Tewari.

    1. SS at | | Reply

      Exactly what Sonam needs many a times… a hug, not an expensive designer piece.

    2. Lulu at | | Reply

      Well said

    3. Saya at | | Reply

      LOL! That was an apt one for Bandana Tewari.

  30. sini at | | Reply

    Lovely kurta! Earrings are unnecessary and loud

  31. MachineGunMeow at | | Reply

    Anyone with an Anamika Khanna bias has my vote! And yes, Sonam usually gets it right, especially in AK. She looks grand here

  32. Ashes of Roses at | | Reply

    Dear P&P,

    Bravo!! You guys showed the guts and openness to admit of bias which most others commenting here wouldn’t dare show.Everyone is entitled to their preferences. This is your blog; you have every right to express here; period!

    That said, I hereby admit to a strong Sonam, Neha, Kangana and Tisca bias plus Mini and Maria bias when it comes to sarees, that I tend to overlook some of the bad looks they feed us with, cos they turn up the heat 9/10 times with their looks. And I ADORE AK for the workmanship and perfection portrayed in her clothes. We are all humans entitled to opinion. So ignore the caustic criticisms and happily go on with your blogging. You go girls!!

    P.s: N no, I am not the newly appointed PR for any of the above said girls :P

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