10 Responses

  1. charan at | | Reply

    Considering everyone is paying attention to what they wear these days, I get a feeling that Sonam is trying to be different and stand out in terms of fashion. But this is not working. The boho look feels forced. I am a boho person myself, but this just comes across as frumpy.

  2. slc at | | Reply

    I have a weakness for the Bohemian look. So comfy. She looks good.

  3. Purvi at | | Reply

    Nah! Not one bit. It’s a confused look, what is the blazer doing with the dress, if she was going for the easy vibe? And isn’t it super hot in Mumbai right now to be throwing on a blazer and a scarf?

  4. zimli at | | Reply

    Oh my! Yes frumpy, at best actually. This is wthey, if she calls herself the fashionista

    1. Ranij at | | Reply

      Agreed +100

  5. Star at | | Reply

    @ Purvi: I live in bbay and yes itz quite hot. Everybody I meet is complaining about how hot this oct is. So a a blazer and scarf in this heat seems super uncomfy too.

  6. Bu at | | Reply

    Thought that was rhea

  7. prep-y at | | Reply

    I actually like this look a lot! I love the dress.

  8. Violet at | | Reply

    I quite like this! Love the footwear and for once it does look like its casually thrown together

  9. Mio at | | Reply

    I always feel Sonam dresses to suit another country’s weather and style. Here we are, dying to take off the layers in Bombay, and there she is, adding them on. The matchy scarf, the unneeded blazer, the intentional book show – all forced…You aren’t going to read the book as you struggle through security. Put it away darlin, you don’t have to convince us you are smart.

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