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  1. Andi at | | Reply

    In theory this sari is great, but it feels a bit sloppy and incomplete. Maybe a traditional neck piece would have done the trick.

  2. anon at | | Reply

    well in fashion you always say “dress according to your body type” … in this case I would say she needs to drape a saree according to her body type. Although not bad, she can do better.

  3. dn at | | Reply

    She looks lovely, although I would have chosen a different blouse. Like the saree.

  4. Ratna at | | Reply

    Love the color.

  5. g at | | Reply

    same ole same ole style Andd..smile!.. haha
    the colour sure is nice =)

    HATE the bag!! hate those types of bags! who invented them!? Lol

  6. kanika at | | Reply

    beeautiphoool !!!

  7. SMV at | | Reply

    To me, she always looks weirdly uncomfortable in Indian wear esp sari’s

  8. KP at | | Reply

    shes looking lovely… so radiant!

  9. Candace at | | Reply

    The appraisal is spot-on. The colors are gorgeous on her but a smoother fabric would have let them pop even more. She looks beautiful but I wish her blouse was a more contrasting color.

  10. Raj at | | Reply

    This sari is to die for! Still trying to find out if Masaba is available online anywhere. Do you ladies happen to know?

  11. RS at | | Reply

    She looks very pretty. I like the casual way she drapes her saris. I only feel something is not right with that blouse. Does it match the sari at all?

  12. divya at | | Reply

    if not for anything else…kudos to her for the draping n the colour!

  13. kumar at | | Reply

    ughh..girl u better not go down that route. my eyes got done seein enuff masaba tackiness! although will forgive u this time. peace !

  14. Aspira at | | Reply

    The color is the only good thing about this atrocious sari

  15. kasthuri at | | Reply

    Gorgeous ! Young ! Fresh ! Love it !

    Thank god for no boob show.
    I wonder how ppl have support when the blouse is almost shoulder less. As in strapless bras the only soluntion ?

    1. Iris at | | Reply

      most skimpy blouses are tailored with bra cups. a VERY good idea!

      1. kasthuri at | | Reply

        Thanks ! shd try it for my next fancy saree !

  16. apsara77 at | | Reply

    I love this saree and the look on her. I think the blouse goes well with the saree because it is the same color as the narrow border..i’m glad she didn’t go matchy matchy with the saree, and went with a pair of dangling earrings rather than a necklace..I like the bag too…i think such jholas add a classic touch to the outfit..i remember seeing my grandma use them when I was a kid and it’s nice to see it paired with traditional oufits rather than the usual blingy clutches.

    1. navya at | | Reply

      This blouse color is perfect. Matching blouse would have made this look a little gaudy. She looks lovely and elegant. The earrings are to die for.
      And somebody else mentioned “same smile” I wonder how you can change the way you smile. Nothing wrong with her smile, it looks radiant as always.

      1. navya at | | Reply

        Sorry, I did not mean to reply to your post apsara77. I do not know how my comment is posted under yours.

  17. Faiza at | | Reply

    she looks girl next door in this pic…something “normal” ppl would wear…that’s rhe feeling i get…she looks beautiful no doubts i love it.

  18. HHC Fan at | | Reply

    she looks lovely.

  19. Iris at | | Reply

    i think a purple blouse would have been fabulous with the saree. also, while i like this view of the saree, would be interested to see the portion where the red and purple borders merge.

  20. SE at | | Reply

    sonam looking good….
    blouse could have been better, as in she already has broad shoulders, but never mind…
    she is looking radiant…

  21. kk611 at | | Reply

    I’m quite sure the saree is by Anamika Khanna..I saw them at the store..
    I think she looks great! Simple and elegant!

  22. RUCHii at | | Reply

    I am loving it ! thats the best way to go traditional..splurging on vibrant colors and skipping the unnecessary bling..there are a few things that could be changed..but she still makes it work so good..and whats not to love in that radiant smile ! :)

  23. a at | | Reply

    I want to give her a hug just for not wearing one of those atrocious and tacky filmy blouses (ala Priyanka Chopra and the like). Bravo Sonam!

    She is looks fresh and lovely.

  24. SLC at | | Reply

    Love the look. Simple and comfortable. Saree is draped over boobies and neckline of blouse show off the shoulder blades..sexy.

  25. SS at | | Reply

    The saree looks cheap and garrish…the color too bright and the crushed silk lending to a weird shimmer. I do however love the cut of the neckline on the blouse… she looks awfully comfortable in the saree and with that megawatt smile…regardless of what she wears, she rocks!

  26. ariel001 at | | Reply

    It looks like an Anamika Khanna sari. But overall, it’s another beautiful look from Sonam! Love those earrings!

  27. Bertie at | | Reply

    one of her best outfits! she looks positively radiant…the color complements her very well.

  28. Rushil at | | Reply

    sometimes she dresses up like she is 40 or something…….why the HELL can’t she dress of her own age??? i mean there will be a time when she would HAVE to dress like a 40 year old woman!

    1. RoRo at | | Reply

      omgg i was just about to type the same exact thing i usually love her style but sometimes she just looks soo mumsy..here she’s completely dressed like an aunty.but just cuz its sonam ppl feel the need to gush n call her look stylish

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