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  1. crack at | | Reply

    Sari is amazing…its so satya paul+masaba…
    super interesting blouse…not too quirky yet kinda fun…
    but then its ruined by garish makeup…which makes her look like Simi grewal…
    (Not that Simi G is not pretty, she is amazing, but if you look like 75 at the age of 25…go figure)

  2. Asmita at | | Reply

    I’m imagining this worn by a normal person worn anywhere – a dinner party, a cocktail function, a Sunday brunch and it’ll be bizarre and gimmicky anywhere. Terrible.

    1. just me at | | Reply

      Absolutely right terrible sari design…that print actually brought to mind a certain part of the male anatomy! And to add to it looks like such cheap material. Those earrings look out of place. Sonam’s hair and neck up looks pretty but overall tacky outfit.

  3. Rajvi Bhow at | | Reply

    colour combination aside.. there is nothing nothing great about the saree.. infact i find the design like a wall painting

  4. Vineeta at | | Reply

    She can pull off anything and everything. She is made for getting dressed. Gorgeous!

  5. E at | | Reply

    A sari with a peter pan blouse! Why is this the first time I am seeing this happen, has no one thought of this before? Love the concept!

  6. Sadi at | | Reply

    Pink and grey is a lovely combination when done subtly and because of her height I guess the print isn’t overwhelming! Not too sure about the peter pan collar- gives a cutesy vibe. Maybe she shouldn’t have worn the earings or the lipstick cz her eyebrows and eyes are quite strong, but hey who am I to judge!

  7. wtf? at | | Reply

    It’s actually a VERY blah saree that wouldn’t even find a mention on this blog if it weren’t for the Masaba/Satya Paul connection. The Fabric looks very cheap and unflattering and Masaba’s graphics are slowly growing extremely insipid and uninspired.

    1. Kiwi at | | Reply

      ? its a normal crepe de chine.. I have never till date found anyissue at all in the quality of Satya Paul’s fabrics, their chiffons, cerpes, Georgettes are all great quality.. the pint/colour is a matter of individual taste

      1. wtf? at | | Reply

        Really? You haven’t? Perhaps it is a matter of taste I agree, and maybe the feel of the saree will change my mind. However, I was talking about how it looks and to me it looks like any cheap chiffon material. And Satya Paul isn’t cheap, by any standards, so if I am paying an arm and a leg wouldn’t I want my saree to look and feel luxurious?

  8. Supriya at | | Reply

    She looks a bit mature, but good anyway…

    1. Tee at | | Reply

      I agree! Somehow the styling ages her

  9. Bindaas at | | Reply

    Would wear this saree in a heart-beat. So fun and un-bollywood like.

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  10. Vanaja at | | Reply

    Wow! Firstly, can’t believe it is a Masaba creation…..nice colors and fun print. Nobody can pull off this look other than Sonam. I agree on the earrings, she should have opted for a different kind.

  11. anamika at | | Reply

    Hmm, not sure if its just me….but the lipstick print looks more like a condom ad, donno how Satya Paul couldve missed that angle, I definitely wont buy this print :( moi, not a fan

    But how well does Sonam carry the peter pan collared blouse!!!

  12. SS at | | Reply

    Ewwww! That saree is horrendous. The material, the print- it screams tacky to me. Sonam, by virtue of her looks and styling, pulls this off though.

  13. S.L. at | | Reply

    I love the bright red lips!

  14. Khushi at | | Reply

    She looks amazing!!!!!!! I so envy her closet :/

  15. MaidinMumbai at | | Reply

    Masaba is like the Koons of sari designing.

    A blown up banal object is still banal and not art:)

  16. dn at | | Reply

    Love, Major Love!!

    1. dn at | | Reply

      The lipsticks look badly placed though… they look like something else…

  17. jenn at | | Reply

    what is so great about Masaba sarees! The huge print makes even tall Sonam look short.

  18. adya at | | Reply

    Is Masaba going to loose her unique, raw style? This looks very upmarket kitty party. Fabric is luxe, the look is chic, but did we need Masaba for this? And Sonam needs a little volume in her hair. This flat look does her no favours.

  19. slc at | | Reply

    Love the colors. Sonam looks great, make-up and hair are perfect. Lipstick print on the saree is a little disconcerting. But then, it could just be my dirty mind. Not a big fan of the collared blouse either.

  20. Preeti at | | Reply

    Love the saree+blouse, she should have worn different earrings!

  21. MK at | | Reply

    One of the nicest Sonam appearances of late. The saree though reminds me of Garden sarees popular in the late 80s or early 90s

    1. Adya at | | Reply

      That compliment is like a knife in the back! :)

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  23. monika at | | Reply

    It’s a terrible print. & those earrings looks really out of place

  24. Ena at | | Reply

    Im sorry but thats only fugly sari!
    Not to mention, with a print that size, highly unsuitable for an average-height Indian woman.

  25. yubba dubba at | | Reply

    love the blouse, hate the sari! only sonam could have pulled this off!!

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  26. DiptiN at | | Reply

    Love the sari, great color and print. . I agree with you about the earrings

  27. wtf? at | | Reply

    Seriously, im never the one to comment but I am so sick of over-rated Masaba prints.

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  28. Lubna at | | Reply

    Sonam looks great as always. Well done Masaba! The lipstick print is not original, because few seasons back we saw the lipstick missile sandals at Prada. But I can already see the improvement in quality, and overall the print is fun. This is just a peek, if the prints and colours are going to be this fun, then Masaba and Satya Paul is a good marriage..partnership. Cheers!

  29. aarthi sankaran at | | Reply

    P&P – is Viange a jewelry designer or do they just house other designer jewelry. I couldn’t find them online.

    1. karuna at | | Reply

      Hi aarthi. Viange is a vintage jewellery label that houses jewellery from many international designers. You can find their Facebook page by typing Viange.

      1. aarthi sankaran at | | Reply

        Thank you!

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