Celebrating Christmas

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If Santa got everyone in the Christmas spirit with his red suit, Sonam completed it with her green Elizabeth and James dress and while Santa may not have made us go ‘Ho! Ho! Ho!’, Sonam sure made us go ‘Hot! Hot! Hot!’.

P.S. Sonam’s necklace is Lara Bohinc, flats Gucci (per her tweet) and if that bag looks familiar, that’s because we’ve seen the Pauric Sweeney on Aishwarya, Farah, Suzanne and Twinkle.

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Sonam Kapoor Celebrates Christmas With Anganwadi Kids


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Left: Sonam Kapoor Celebrates Christmas With Anganwadi Kids
Right: Elizabeth and James

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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    • She told me that she doesn’t have a stylist but she does take advice from friends… and remember her friends include designers as well as other style conscious people :)

      I think she looks quite good, but it is quite a mature look, it would almost be nice for her to not be so pulled together right now and was more loose and carefree.. wish her style included a bit more of a LA feel rather than NY! She dresses like Blair, not Serena or Whitney Port. From a PR standpoint, it’s better for her to dress as young as possible for as long as possible.. otherwise she’ll have to pull a Katrina in a few years and wear cartoon clothing.




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  1. This is the first time that I’ve liked the bag out of all the times I’ve seen it on your site.

    I really like the pulled back hair she’s been sporting and the necklace is fabulous with that outfit (although it is nothing special by itself.)

    As for the dress I was drooling over it (in black) on net-a-porter and the green color just makes it a million times more delish!!

    The only let down here are the shoes: an outfit this good really calls for a pair of classic black louboutin pumps/ peep-toes.

    But still, overall, I love




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  2. I like her hair and makeup. But I don’t like the dress, bag, shoes and necklace together. This is not a ‘hot’ look.

    Sonam looks like what we call in the US a ‘junior leaguer’ – a young socialite who wears all the designer brands but does not own their look – pieces copied from fashion magazines.




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    • i have to disagree with u here.she is not in “junior league” as u suggest it. havin seen the way she dressed herself for more than a year. i have to say this grl has style nd do nw how to dress properly.




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      • She’s not a young socialite she’s a fabulously talented actress. There is NO need to be so condescending, it only pulls you down, not her




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    • Sonam is really cool..and so young and chic..i love her looks n her style..she makes us Gemini girls proud :) even Marilyn munroe does..




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    • I see that you have a problem with Sonam too. I’m sorry to bust your bubble but she’s thousand zillion times more talented than socialites in the “junior league” as you have put it. She can dress better than all of Bollywood even if she “copies pieces from fashion magazines”. She owns her look more than anyone.She’s the only one who could carry off a sack with aplomb.




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  3. I disagree about the shoes, she is lucky to be tall enough to wear flats and I would certainly not wear high heel to a kids christmas celebration. The dress is OK, she certainly adds to it She is someone with a sense of good sense of style. I sure she does not have a stylist.




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    • She recently got herself a stylist- Pernia Quresihi as per her tweet. She is also the stylist for her new movie Aisha. She looks gorgeous! I love the dress.




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  4. let me wear elizabeth and james dress, lara bohinc necklace & gucci flats and help these poor kids. i am one of those celebrities you see on page 3 who wash hands with antibacterial after touching poor kids. we are fakes and love publicity.




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  5. this girl knows how to dress accordingly for every event. flats are perfect, as diptin said..it was a children’s event…im sure she did not feel the need to tower upon them even more :-)
    and she always wins with that smile of hers, endearing girl!




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  6. she looks Fab. although getting a lil tired of seeing her in designer from head to toe event after event after event. Would love to see her in something simple and elegant specially at an event like this.




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    • I have the same opinion Viz,she should have dressed simply for such an event,even though she looks good in that international brands….insensible dressing for such an event…

      she dresses up fabulously…but she hardly talks abt her acting assignment or related to movies….only fashion stuffs….an actor or model?




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      • I agree.. She is really pretty but become more of a page 3 socialite type than an actress.. And in her interviews she seems a bit air headed.. She is only giggling constantly.. Need to see more personality beyond the way she dresses




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    • I DIDNT notice the event until i read what u guys hav written..agrred she shud hav picked up something simpler..but dunno why i dont think she did it intentionally..she comes across as being very chilidish n innocent and shes definitely not calculative like (some actresses) to go and worry too much abt her image..




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  7. elisabeth and james is not designer, its high street, clothes at topshop cost more, thats about 100 quid, so guys stop being dumb about fashion. she looks fab




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    • No, they are designer. Elizabeth and James is by Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. That dress costs a good 480 Pounds on net-a-porter… high street stuff do not have that price tag.




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  8. Really.. whats the point.. You doll yourself in the most expensive designer wear and then you head to a do for homeless children.. thats absurd.. Imagine Angelina Jolie in a designer gown amongst children in Africa.. Just silly




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  9. Will you people please stop criticizing so much?

    a) atleast she’s doing something for a cause. I dont get how it matters what she wore, like will the children feel sad if she was wearing a designer dress? Or will they be happier if she was in a simple salwar suit?

    b) She isnt a fashion victim who blindy buys birkins and wears them with boring clothes, she obviously loves fashion and wears her outfits pretty well. So, if she has the money, why shouldn’t she buy the best? She isnt dressing to inspire you, she’s doing it because she loves it.

    Also, ‘the why cant she wear high street brands’ reeks a little bit of envy




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  10. Ekta agreed the dress might be high street but put together with gucci shoes designer bag n necklace …. M sure her whole outfit is worth quite a bit…so there u go..my remark was def not dumb..n m sure most ppl with agree with me.. I think mayb u didn’t get the jist of what I was trying to say.




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  11. love the look.. but agree with most not appropriate for the occasion..visitng homeless kids
    oh the rich aunty is here check her out…something we can never ever ever afford:(




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  12. Sonam looks fabulous once again. Love the dress, necklace, handbag, hair/makeup. Would have preferred even more with a peeptoe heel though.




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  13. She must be what 22-24 years old?…She dress very well, no doubt, but somehow always tends to look older than her age. Also, this outfit is waaayy too much for a visit to homeless kids.

    And yes, homeless children will definitely be able to connect with a person in plain clothes – my mom is a social worker, so I know.




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  14. why should she change the way she dresses just because she is doing something for a good cause? those are her clothes and she should wear them as she sees fit, its part of who she is im sure, as is her social work. i think everbody should lighten up and admire the amazing sleeves on that dress..merry christmas




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    • exactly, I do not see what would be the point of her trying to project a false image in a white sari (or whatever it is that the commentors above us imagine would be appropriate for a social cause). In India we always tend to associate social service with austerity with is a misconception.




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          • so what? i live in abroad n i see where ure coming from. but that is india. india has always been a spiritual/simple country. mahatma gandhi had also studied abroad n was well dressed too. but when he decided to release the sufferings of people, he became one amongst them. u know how he spun cotton and wear those clothes. i think at such events, it wud be gud to not offend the people around.




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          • “every other girl in these countries are so well dressed”

            the uninformed anglophilia on this site is really starting to get to me.

            @ Jimmy: Have you have ever been to suburban America and seen people lounging around gorcery stores and such like in tattered shorts and unironed tees? Those girls are NOT well put together. To say some one is well dressed because they have studied abroad is the stupidest thing I have heard.

            Especially considering how much pains Indian women take to dress well and how well-put together even the most ordinary Indian women on the road are (sari, jewellery, well combed hair et al)

            @ Sri: Gandhi was ONE MAN who wore a home -spun dhoti when he returned to India. There are HARDLY any men in the coutnry who dress like or dressed like him. If you have ever been to Mumbai you will realize that it is full-on bling mode, its far from the ‘spiritual/ simple’ cliches that some people have of this country. Also it is idiotic to say that Gandhi dressed in a spartan way so all Indians should. Gandhi was a freedom fighter in colonial India. Sonam Kapoor is a Bollywood actress in 21st century Mumbai. To say Indians in India shouldnt be welld ressed is incredibly insulting and condescending.

            And also who on earth said that social work and materialism do not gel together? that is such a narrow-minded way of looking at things. What about Angelina Jolie, Bill Gates and other such philanthropists then?




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  15. This outfit is SO suitable for a brunch than a charity event

    I always believe in event and age appropriateness and Sonam’s dress, IMO, is not event appropriate. A simple pair of skinnes, flats and a fitted top/ shirt (maybe white) with the same bag would be telling a different story!

    I actually saw the video and the outfit was looking really garish amongst the anganwadi kids.

    And sorry, attending an event once a year and then tweeting to let the whole world to know about and giving media interviews about your “good deed” it is NOT charity/ philanthrophy IMO




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