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  1. anonymous at | | Reply

    Omg! She looks lovely.
    Everything is so perfect including makeup and styling plus her wonderful smile

    1. Coco at | | Reply

      +100

      She looks awesome!

  2. P at | | Reply

    I think I just died and went to heaven.

  3. Sapphire at | | Reply

    Lovely

  4. Rocky Mountain at | | Reply

    She looks LOVELY, everything is perfect EXCEPT

    But there are a million sarees that look WAY BETTER (at T Nagar Chennai) and those dont have a fancy fashion label on em :))
    Saree is ugly

    1. tina at | | Reply

      Agree. What an ugly sari. So overwhelming. It looks like upholstery fabric you’d see on a chair or something.

    2. Mrsa at | | Reply

      She looks like a million bucks head to toe but I agree it’s a pity that it takes a label for these women to recognize and wear saris of this kind. You’ll find a zillion of these in fabulous combinations anywhere in Kanchi/chennai.

  5. DramaMama at | | Reply

    Oh my! This is elegance personified.

  6. dilorea at | | Reply

    Oh my! How lovely and elegant she looks. Love the jewelry and the flowers in the hair. The sari is not the greatest but does not take away from her beauty.

  7. Ana at | | Reply

    raw mango has some nice sarees.. but I do agree you can find these and better ones on the streets. a lot more cheap

  8. Asha at | | Reply

    She looks lovely, but that saree is so ugly and gaudy.

  9. Nedha at | | Reply

    She looked lovely! ? And you ll crib about Michel poonawala s look…..

  10. Sm at | | Reply

    Madras checks are our textile heritage. Talks a lot about your cultural sensibilities when you call them ugly.

    1. vintagegirl at | | Reply

      Not all Madras checks are born equal.

      This one is a bad one.

    2. P at | | Reply

      What’s cultural sensibilities? Don’t make me laugh. The print is overwhelming in those colours. There’s no denying that. Every single thing doesn’t have to be inately intertwined with “culture” which is just another word for saying we don’t want to open our minds and embrace new experiences.

    3. Avani at | | Reply

      Yes its the heritage that goes with it, that is why a particular plaid is even named as Madras. There are plenty of plaid combos which are good but this one is really bad i think its the color.

    4. Meg at | | Reply

      What an asinine comment
      Just cause something is part of our heritage doesn’t make it work everytime in every combination and fabric
      I’ve seen some beautiful saris with madras check patterns – but this one is just not a nice color combo in that fabric
      As beautiful as Tisca looks the sari just doesn’t cut it
      But to say that speaks to someones cultural sensibilities is ridiculous

    5. Rocky Mountain at | | Reply

      I am an Iyer so I know my Madras and I know my checks :P
      So ummm ya…. please the saree has nothing “dejyner” about it. Its available all over Tamil Nadu.

      Thanks for the cultural heritage lesson BTW :P

      1. malini at | | Reply

        With all due respect, Madras checks might not have anything to do with being an Iyer. People of all castes wear it. I don’t mean to preach a sermon here, but as a society, we have to think about not mentioning castes where it is not relevant to aid the process of creating an equal society. This is not a personal accusation that you are treating others unequally, but just a request to think before proclaiming one’s caste in the open.

  11. Mia at | | Reply

    She’s looking perfect.

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