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  1. $ at | | Reply

    Second look is better..gown is making her look flat.Tough i am not sure about the material of dhoti in second look still it is better.

    PS—> P&P, How about chatting once in a while with your readers? :)

    1. Rana at | | Reply

      I’m sure they do by changing their name :)

  2. Tj at | | Reply

    Talking of Tanisha… she had done a great job! I liked the 1st look over the 2nd. Keep up the good styling work girl!

  3. Jiminywiminy at | | Reply

    I like the first one. The red lip is too jarring against the royal blue of the dress.

  4. Afsara at | | Reply

    I neeeeed that desi biker jacket stat! Anyone know if she has an online boutique?

  5. sandhya at | | Reply

    Not bad…For a woman who always got it wrong , she didn’t do too badly. The red lip was OTT

  6. Amodini at | | Reply

    She looks good in the gown – probably her best look ever. Not a fan of the second look.

  7. anna at | | Reply

    This is one woman whose default style is comfortable boho/elegant Indian and it shows that she’s out of her comfort zone trying to pull off these outfits. Lets just say fashion should complement your personality, not make it immaterial. Some people are really comfortable stepping out wearing bold lipsticks, sone try to be mellow and not draw too much attention. Why are these people trying to go by a checklist? Whatever happened to taking a beautiful and simple non designer piece and making it your own. Enough of these disco lights/prom dresses/pageant gowns/dancing costumes and bring out your mom’s old saree and family jewellery.

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