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  1. The cover pic isn’t as good as the second one. That one is really awesome. So, after Liz Hurley you can count Posh as another westerner who looks great in a saree.
    Who is the saree by, btw? P&P?




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  2. she looks angry… too much covered for comfort ?
    can vogue india pls get rid of this horrible brown background.. 2 issues in row.. urghhh…




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  3. hate it, sari’s nice but not on her wats with the cover look better off putting one of the hollywood actresses on it if they want a hollywood perspective cus she just lks eww in my opinion




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  4. Nice idea to have Posh on the cover, but the face shot is really bad! wonder why they used that one. She looks…drowned. And the chutti is misplaced.




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  5. She is Posh, and pretty in her petite way. But I’m sorry to say, that in this shoot, she looks washed out, dried up and like a fading clothes mannequin in a corner shop with a dusty mop for a ‘wig’.

    Ugh.

    Or in your words… “WTHeyy!”




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  6. okay as if we don’t have enough stuck up people in Bollywood who just happy that they are gracing the world under their feet, now we have to deal with this one here who hardly smiles and thinks she owns the world




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  7. My feelings about this are indifferent. She looks pretty enough on the cover and the sari is beautiful but the overall effect is lackluster. It could the way she has draped the sari or her pose, I can’t put my finger on it.

    The sari only looks good on a full-bodied, curvy woman (a la Sridevi, Hema Malini, Katrina Kaif). I would be more interested in seeing someone like J Lo or Eva Mendes in a sari.




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  8. I might be biased, but i think only Indians look good in saris. The sari itself is gorgeous, but if Victoria was a few shades darker, she would look like a street urchin. I can’t stand the starved look!




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  9. I love it.She looks great in a saree

    PS:I love your blog,I left home 6 years ago and have no idea who half the actresses are so its a great way to keep up with trends.I have always said that India is far ahead when it comes to fashion trends.Skinny jeans came out 2 years before they were common in the US.




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  10. I’m sorry but non-Indian women more often than not look strange in saris and other Indian wear. Their body language is all wrong, particularly their way of standing. I don’t know what it is but desi women/girls, even those wearing a sari for the first time, just have a certain poise and natural grace in a sari.

    Only Maria Sharapova has managed to rock the sari. The exception proves the rule.




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  11. I really believe that you need atleast some amount of curves to wear a saree. Posh looks like one of those pre-pubescent 11 yr old girls draped in a saree…(never mind the beach-wave hair….LOL)
    I think its a gorgeous saree…but I think her usual surly expression is a bit much for this cover!




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  12. OMFG!!!
    I was sure that she wasn’t ACTUALLY on the cover BUT LOOOOOK!!!!!!!!!
    I can only comment on mere mortals, and therefore can only bow down to Lady Posh (who can somehow manage heel-less – high-heeled boots) :D
    back to The Office!




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  13. i wonder how much she eats a day – and how she survives with that amount.. she manages to look like she is 16!

    as far as the cover.. well interesting.. whatever.. covers are meant to get ur attention and this one gets one hard look




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  14. She looks pretty. And she always has that face because she wants people to think about what she might be thinking about. That’s what I read in a recent interview from her.




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  15. I think Westerners who have understood the concept of grace can still look good in a saree. Who can forget Liz Hurley in her pink crystal saree at the breast cancer event a couple of years ago? Sarees are more about grace than about fuller forms. After all aren’t most of our heroines looking pretty starved themselves nowadays…but still looking good in sarees?




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  16. OMG!!! She looks more human here than she usually does. LOVE the long hair. It’s a really good look for her, rather than the usual assymetric, avant-garde, hard angular look she goes for.




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  17. theyve gone really wrong on the drapes come on its freakin Vogue coudln they get someone to do the drapes right she looks like shes put the sari on in a hurry and got done with the shoot…sorry but the looks just not right




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  18. i love victoria the way she is with the sexy boots skinnys and a tank….and its vogue its international we arent payin to see someone dresses like the women on indias roads who look way more graceful that her




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  19. Posh supposedly doesn’t like her smile too much, so that’s why she never does when posing. Other than that, it’s a horrid, dull, flat photograph of her- the cover looks totally washed out.




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  20. hmmm.. not sure how that picture made the cover.

    i think it’s great that she made it on the cover, but what about all the indian ladies out there!!!




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  21. Well Well ………..so much written bout her already………just wana say………had she worn the saree instead of just drapping it around her body would have made all the difference .




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