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  1. arpy at | | Reply

    she looks absolutely refreshing ,. I dont get the grumble regarding the drape.

  2. Ranij at | | Reply

    I don’t love this drape with this sari but I think it’s ok to change the drape sometimes. You only like it one way.

  3. Neha at | | Reply

    She looks so stunning ! Can’t fault this look. The drape on someone else might look vulgar but Sonam carries it with such elegance. So dig her style!!

    1. begumbrown at | | Reply

      +1

  4. Kirk at | | Reply

    Her face is atleast 2 shades lighter than her stomach if not more!!

    1. Sapphire at | | Reply

      lol

    2. olala at | | Reply

      Only under the flash.

      I think she looks great, and I am not even a fan.
      She has made this look her own even with a conservative blouse and sari. Wish she did these looks more often.

      1. Sarah at | | Reply

        I agree. Not a fan of sonam generally. But it’s a fabulous elegant look with a cool young vibe too. I think the drape is just perfect- much better this way for this particular sari. Sonam looks good/fashionable/effortless after quite a while.

      2. begumbrown at | | Reply

        ditto

    3. Avani at | | Reply

      LOL! She could have just white washed her whole body like many others but yeah not that we wont still figure out it has been white washed.

    4. Sup at | | Reply

      This is one of the better appearances, I mean less difference between the shades ..

  5. Megha at | | Reply

    Oddly enough this is my favorite look of the promo tour so far
    It’s modern and youthful…and interesting without being try-hard
    Accessorized and styled perfectly too

    1. bweeze at | | Reply

      Agreed. This looks elegant and classy.

  6. Geeta at | | Reply

    You go Sonam! :) Style those sarees.. I just love to see Sonam in these wear, it’s so gorgeous on her. I’m beginning to like her more.
    Classy, simple with a touch of sweetness.
    I think either way the drape came would’ve looked beautiful. I would love to see this saree draped the traditional way also, it’s a unique saree.

  7. fashionjunky at | | Reply

    I loved this look.. So refreshing from the usual bling bling– and since the blouse was high nick it did not looked cheap.. and love this braid… so simple and chic!!

    1. begumbrown at | | Reply

      agree

  8. BlueBells at | | Reply

    She just wants to look different. Full stop. And she will go to any extent to look different to end up looking LAME. So she has come down to copying Kiran Rao’s preferences in clothing! This look with the sloppily draped pallu screams for some colour! Would have liked some through lips and nails.

  9. Hansini at | | Reply

    That navel is bothering me- put that away and drape the saree nicely and it was a winner.
    Love the Anavila linen sarees. Spent all of yesterday drooling at them on Pernia’s online store thinking of get rich quick schemes..sigh.

  10. Alka Singh at | | Reply

    Given the length and style of the blouse this style of wearing of the saree looks cool. She is looking chic. Would def try this.

  11. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I like this look. I think she carrier it off well. So nice to see her take on Anavila type sarees.

  12. Melange at | | Reply

    Like the other commentators, I love this look too. Believe it or not, bare mid-riffs are totally old-fashioned in India. She looks great!

  13. Miss Stovetop at | | Reply

    I loved the sari and though I would have preferred the traditional drape, I don’t dislike this one at all! I would have changed the necklace though, maybe something oxidized and long and definitely something lot less chunky.

  14. megz at | | Reply

    Love this, love this!

  15. Mehnaz at | | Reply

    She looks good…I would change the necklace and the blouse to a back buttoned one

  16. LJ at | | Reply

    Grrr… the drape. Love EVERYTHING else about this look.

  17. Puneeta at | | Reply

    I literally can’t stand Sonam, but I am quite impressed with this look. She looks natural and good. Rather than white-washed and blingy.

    Plus the saree and the jewelry really come together with that brown lip color. Pretty!

    PS: Stop being such puritan grandmas about saree drape. The truly old fashioned way to drape a saree is to completely expose the blouse, so take a chill pill ;)

    1. Melange at | | Reply

      +100000 on the sari draping comment.

  18. charan at | | Reply

    I am on the fence about the mid-riff because it is distracting from otherwise refreshing look. I like the drape itself but it looks better when the saree is sitting up on her waist (like in the bottom left photo).

  19. Tanvi at | | Reply

    Oki Sonam we don’t mind the navel show as we know how hard u have worked (out) to show that off :D Gives hope to lots of girls out there who r hoping to shed some pounds. Way to go girl!

  20. Sup at | | Reply

    I dont mind the drape coz its neatly pinned up.. its something about the pleats/look at the bottom that seems like its about to come undone.
    Pity, since she’s looking really good.

  21. slc at | | Reply

    Not my choice of drape but she is carrying this look really well and looks absolutely lovely. I think the length and style of the blouse preserves the ‘simple’ earthy look. Fantastic jewels, especially the bangle (as always). Well Done Sonam.

  22. Vanaja at | | Reply

    She looks simply stunning and elegant head to toe. She totally rocks, she surely knows how to enhance the outfits. The saree actually looked quite boring on the model.

  23. Fi at | | Reply

    She looks good.. Im happy with her making ..esp concealing .. good job

  24. Sapphire at | | Reply

    Prudish people feel free to express your prudish feelings. You have every right to. Ignore these anti-prudish people’s comments. :D

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