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  1. rudra at | | Reply

    ya the mustard sare is beautiful..but i prefer her much in d mid pic..side swept hair..she looks beautiful wid dat hair style

    1. crab at | | Reply

      I like the floral, white and yellow, in that order. The floral one is simply lovely.

      1. kasthuri at | | Reply

        ditto….how beautiful is she… so glad thr is someone like her in the industry ! Missed her in her sarees in this blog for some days now !!

        1. dips at | | Reply

          yes, she is beautiful in the print saree followed by yellow one!

  2. tina at | | Reply

    None!! She is becoming just as much a fashion victim with these saris as she was with her western outfits. She has prematurely aged herself into a 60 year old woman. I can’t even imagine my mother wanting to dress like this.

  3. dn at | | Reply

    I am bored with her posts. So she wears Sabya saris, all looking similar to something she has worn before and similar styling. I am glad she is graceful, but fashion wise I am bored. Sabya, please design new types of sarees for her.

  4. RS at | | Reply

    All three looks are decent. My favt is the white and red sari though. I am such a sucker for that color combination. The mustard look has been seen so many times already. The middle look is different and cute too.

  5. Amber at | | Reply

    You mean on far left?

    1. Payal at | | Reply

      Yep. Corrected.

  6. Never Mind It at | | Reply

    She looks beautiful and the sarees are to die for. Having said that, I wish she experiments at least a teeny bit. Maybe try a different blouse, say a sleeveless or a half sleeved. Or may be, just may be, try a saree by a different designer.

  7. SLC at | | Reply

    Ok.. I’m a little irked by some of the comments on how “old fashioned” the saris are. I’m in my 20’s (ok late 20’s) and wear my mother’s (in her 60’s) saris which look very much like Vidya’s and I look good. I stand out from the glitterazzi. These saris will never be out of fashion, it’s the the essential indian classic sari. And, they cost a pretty penny nowadays.What bothers me most, Vidya is not wearing bangles. Like…she changed her hairstyles with each of the saris. Back to my fav…the mustard with hair tied up.

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      Same here ! Totally hating the posts which say she looks older or she is wearing sarees too often or inappropriately for the occasions.

      In most parts of India (ofcourse sadly not the in the cities) Sarees are worn everyday. They are worn when shopping, in the kitchen, when sleeping, for weddings, for taking the kids to the school and what not…!

      So ppl should stop forcing this western approach of dressing and expecting pajamas in the night, black suits for work, dresses with heels for dates, jeans for shopping with the gals, and evening gowns for oscars or when the queen is visiting to you !

      1. RS at | | Reply

        ha ha! well said kasthuri and SLC!

        1. Raf at | | Reply

          Totally agree with SLC & Kasthuri…..could nt express the same thoughts better!!

      2. Aspira at | | Reply

        Yes but they hardly wear the same kind of saris each and every day

        1. kasthuri at | | Reply

          Actually many do. Depends on the season.
          Anyways, the sarees Vidya is wearing above are from the same designer. And if you did not know who this designer was, looking at the 3 sarees themeselves, they are very very different. Classic border vs floral print… I dont see a similarity.

          1. Aspira at |

            I don’t mean to be rude but I think u are interpreting a criticism of her attire choices too literally and narrowly. We don’t hold our celebrities to the same standards as ourselves when it comes to “dress to impress”

            Pls state your opinion but don’t disparage others’!

      3. Aspira at | | Reply

        Also are those women u talk abt doing into photo ops?

  8. Amber at | | Reply

    No wonder we don’t see many other actresses in Sabya, Vidya seems to have taken all of his stuff.

  9. Aspira at | | Reply

    she’s taking ALL the charm and novelty out of sabya’s saris by wearing them so much and inappropriately to the occasion… I never thought I’d get bored of seeing Sabya saris,

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  12. bongbabe at | | Reply

    the mustard and gold sari is an almost ditto copy of the sabya i am wearing at my wedding. oh dear.

    1. SLC at | | Reply

      you have excellent taste then. congrats.

      1. bongbabe at | | Reply

        thank you :) i wanted something traditional.

        unfortunately i am having trouble draping it well as the sari is too “tall” for me. i will look at least 5 months pregnant with all that fabric tucked in. what a great look for a bride. NOT.

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  14. diptiN at | | Reply

    I love it when she put her hair on one side. We have seen her in many floral saris so I will go with the white.

  15. naiad at | | Reply

    As lovely as Vidya looks, why would anyone wear a saree to a cricket ground???

    1. NR at | | Reply

      haha..that’s true and funny!!

    2. zoyi at | | Reply

      As long as she’s not playing, does it matter?

  16. se at | | Reply

    beautiful sarees n vidya looking nice…

  17. Aparna at | | Reply

    I appreciate her for keeping it traditional!! The white red combo looks great!! and someone from down south and as someone who has grown up around kancheevarams of different kind, sabya should stop killing the silk saree with heavy brocade thing.

    1. bongbabe at | | Reply

      my thoughts exactly. i wanted a traditional NON sabya kancheevaram, but couldnt find a nice red one in delhi, so had no choice but to go to sabya. i am planning on removing the heavy border after the wedding to tone it down a bit.

  18. ash at | | Reply

    Gorgeous sarees, and I for one love that Vidya wears them so much. Whats wrong with wearing something you love? I don’t hear many people complaining about the same old herve leger dresses many of the society ladies insist on wearing all the time, Gauri Khan for one. The floral saree is really beautiful and a bit different from the usual Sabya. style – I’d take any of them!

    1. bongbabe at | | Reply

      agree with you on the legers, although gauri khan isnt a leger regular, that honour goes to queenie dhodi and ms godrej.

  19. NR at | | Reply

    like the saris. dont’ like the way her left arm looks when holding the pallu..kindda stiff and not casual

  20. SS at | | Reply

    All three sarees are gorgeous… the yellow for a dressed up traditional event, the white is a classic and floral a fun saree (like her hair). Sabya sarees are beautiful but he needs to find other actresses who can wear it as well as Vidya.

  21. nina at | | Reply

    she needs to reinvent herself. she comes off as someone who has not figured out personal style. she wore sabya sarees, got compliments…bam…started wearing them to toilet too. OVERKILL.

  22. sinlesschocolate at | | Reply

    dull, boring, PREDICTABLE!

  23. shoni at | | Reply

    I love vidya, its nice to see an actress in traditional dress rather then western wear. I would wear these saris they don’t look boring and ageing at all. Its so much better than wearing a bra as a blouse.

  24. piyali at | | Reply

    the yellow silk sari is great . the white one is sabyasachi’s signature style we have seen it so many times in so many distinctly different borders but it remains a favorite. but what i totally dislike is the floral print sari… it felt that Sabya was on his way to make a bed-sheet and suddenly transformed it into a sari…

  25. A.chowdhury at | | Reply

    Vidya looks gorgeous in all three sarees,especially the first and third one! she has good taste in traditional wear! xo

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