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  1. Kajal at | | Reply

    Absolutely gorgeous color combo…odd way to wear it though. South indian half style saris are worn with distinct big border kanjivaram type saris.

    1. Faiza at | | Reply

      agree ….love love da colour combo. green is my fav anyways. she looks super beautiful.

    2. kasthuri at | | Reply

      Agreed gorgeous colours. Esp the duppatta and the blouse. Shoes look fine with it too.

      But she totally killed the south indian style. Its so much more need and elegant. And its ALWAYS pleated !!! The shoulder pleats are like the essence of the south indian style half sari.

      The hair could have been different.

    3. Megha at | | Reply

      Non-kanjeevaram half saris are becoming quite the vogue in south india now

      Recently went to a south indian wedding where I saw at least 6-7 people wearing what looked like a lehenga worn half sari style

      1. Faiza at | | Reply

        dont know too much about south indian style but she looks FINE…i love da khusa as well..ymummmy

  2. alisha!! :) at | | Reply

    I LOVE IT!! sonam is my fav… she mostly always gets it right andcarries off everything~@

  3. Deepa at | | Reply

    Oooh! Gorgeous! Hair, earrings, color combo, minimal jewelry, shoes, just perfect.

  4. WTF at | | Reply

    She is beautiful, no doubt. Waist up, its 9 on 10. But otherwise, its a outrageous outfit

  5. hsap at | | Reply

    the colors are beautiful, and she look so good neck up, the outfit is so weird and gaudy, and who wear flats with lehnga or sari or half of it ?

    1. MojitoLover at | | Reply

      I agree…the outfit is borderline tacky. The colors are great, and I like her half-sari twist..refreshing. But the embellishment/print/whatever is just gaudy.
      And yeah, the flats are kinda weird.

    2. Katy at | | Reply

      Those are jootis. Why wouldn’t you wear traditional indian shoes with a traditional indian outfit? I do it all the time and love it!! You don’t need heels to elongate your legs etc when they are covered, especially if you don’t need to add height.

  6. sachita at | | Reply

    ai ai… its a beautiful dress but would have been good if it was tied as a half saree is normally is.. where the other end should come in front or if she had just kept it as a lehenga that wud have been gorgeous, now it is look awkward making sonam kapooor look broad(isnt she a size zero already, if it makes her look broad it….)

    1. meria at | | Reply

      is Sonam size zero.pls reply

      1. Kayshika at | | Reply

        no…in one of her interviews she said she’s a size 4.

  7. monika at | | Reply

    Everything is great….wish though that the shoes were different.

    1. mary at | | Reply

      i know khussaz look decent with chooridar pajamas and even with jeans etc if part of an overall bohemian look. But here they are such an eyesore!

  8. Lalitha at | | Reply

    She looks fantastic!!

  9. kiwi at | | Reply

    The colours are great and waist up she looks really nice. I am not really liking the skirt part.. the colour or the work

  10. kanika at | | Reply

    Blue is definitely Sonam’s color..

    But not liking this color combo it is too contrasting for my taste.

  11. Sin at | | Reply

    Love it waist up… just not feeling the skirt, something feels wrong! But Damn, she is sooooo pretty!

  12. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I loooooooooooooove this :) I think the color combination makes it a bit kitschy, which always gives a stylish edge to ethnic clothing. Lovely, she is owning it.

  13. RS at | | Reply

    P&P, When you have conversations with celebrities like the ones you have with Sonam on Twitter, isn’t it just a wee bit difficult to write something negative about a look of theirs? Just wondering…..
    I do like Sonam in this outfit but the shoes look a bit odd.

    1. Dewie at | | Reply

      When have you seen PnP criticize Sonam btw? :P

      1. KityPurry at | | Reply

        I dunno if I’ve become blind, but I always notice that P n P never praise Sonam wholeheartedly EVER. Maybe it’s because all you people make them conscious and they just don’t express themselves like they should. :)

  14. Abscessed at | | Reply

    That is one ugly lehenga! Her face looks radiant as ever, but altogether its a no no.
    P.S – everytime she tweets back you’ll don’t have to like the outfit as a reflex :-)

  15. mruna at | | Reply

    Love this look! absolutely gorgeous! I love blue and green together!

  16. Aki at | | Reply

    Love the lehnga but the way she’s wrapped it, makes her look slightly fat… Would have prefered if she just drapped the chuni instead…

  17. moonlight at | | Reply

    I love this outfit, it is beautiful and a welcome change from all the sequins and crystals (*gag*)

  18. duh at | | Reply

    i don’t love it, but she makes it look good and looks fine herself. if someone else was wearing it i may not have liked it, or even noticed it.

  19. KityPurry at | | Reply

    This is drop-dead BEAUTIFUL! Lovelyyy make-up,hair,sari,colour combo and her confidence!
    Sonam is stunning. :)

  20. Flaneur at | | Reply

    sonam’s looking pretty as (almost)always….i like the colour on her…n yes absolutely gorgeous pair of ear rings(her mom’s design i m presuming?)

    on a complete aside i noticed a lot of new advertisements on the site tody…n some big names(n big ad spenders) if i may add…great going PnP…must feel wonderful to see your idea growing…superb!!!!!being a regular reader i feel proud too :))))

  21. meria at | | Reply

    i wish the sari was not of net

  22. dn at | | Reply

    Love it!! I like that she sprung a surprise after so many dresses. I was sure it was a lehenga as soon as I saw it, otherwise the saree pleats would have been oddly missing. And I guessed it was a Vakil too – PnP have been training us well!!

  23. Iamfashion at | | Reply

    Am the only one who thinks the way she pulled it off was actually a mess? Look at the midsection/midriff area…the lengha is not sitting well and scrunching below her belly button? and what about the pallu which doesn’t see to falling well either …it’s a complete disaster!
    Pretty girl, in pretty colours but has it all wrong.

    1. JIg at | | Reply

      i agree with you. I do think she soes look mess. Definitely not a well put togather. I don’t like the dupatta at all

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        1. GG at | | Reply

          I agree ! Sorry but this lehenga is just not working on her as a half saree. Somehow saree never looks that great on her.

          1. Margarita at |

            Agree!! The midriff looks bungled up together and looks very bad! and Colors are good individually, but together not so great! The border of her lehenga looks like some patch work !

  24. AP at | | Reply

    Color i Loved [thts the good thing abt indian outfits ] but the way she wore it .Nooooooooooo . It looks either she borrowed it from someone just before the shoot or she just got up frm the bed and head to shoot .

  25. chitown-fashionista at | | Reply

    Lovely color combo – if only it was executed as well.

  26. HHCFan at | | Reply

    I like it!! And it is an interesting way to wear a lehenga!!

  27. SMV at | | Reply

    Why does she always look so uncomfortable and out of place in Sari’s or other Indian outfits except churidars

  28. SS at | | Reply

    the looks is a perfect 10!! She is at ease with the dress, the shoes, the jewelery…she simply seems to be having fun and looks gorgeous doing so!!! I love how she can take a grand outfit and make it simple, easy and such a breeze to carry it off. (note the shoes…or the style of draping…or the minimal jewelery) she manages to keep it all together in her own perfect style. She is so close to being my most favored best dressed bollywood gal! and that smile is 100 megawatt dazzle! rock it, girl!

  29. krk at | | Reply

    love the whole look but i feel that the sheerness of the pallu is making the look a little odd…in a very messy way…something is off, can’t put my finger on it

  30. Anita at | | Reply

    It’s been a long time since I saw such a beautiful color combo. Anuradha Vakil is really good, and Sonam looks gawjus.

  31. Carol at | | Reply

    She does not look comfortable wearing whatever it is.

  32. Hema at | | Reply

    Love the color combination of this outfit although I don’t see any of the South Indian thing going on here. I think the colors look great on her.

  33. shefali at | | Reply

    she is wearing prabal gurung to the loreal red carpet tomorrow as pNp wished

  34. R at | | Reply

    The outfit sure is tacky, but she manages to pull it off. Maybe the colors help redeem it. I do like how she changes it up. So, props for experimenting, for sure!

  35. Chandra at | | Reply

    Loved it for the fact that she is not into the one boob out style. Kudos to her!

    1. GG at | | Reply

      Haha ..so true. lets hope she stays that way.

      1. kasthuri at | | Reply

        Oh ya. Thank god for that. I praise her for that too !

  36. ishita at | | Reply

    doesnt matter how good clothes are and how big the brand/dress designer name is … she doesnt look pretty at all.oh god give her some sense of makeup….no offense.

  37. SM at | | Reply

    Dislike. The ensemble is very unflattering on Sonam.

  38. Jimmy at | | Reply

    She has no curves….straight like a pillow….

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  39. Ayesha Syed at | | Reply

    Sonam can carry off anything just about anything. love the colors, the earrings, the jootis. But something is wrong with the lehnga its making her look podgy around the waist plus the lehnga should have had more flair given the fabric its falling like a skirt rather than lehnga. She would have looking absolutely stunning and elegant had she casually taken the duppatta over both her shoulders.

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