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  1. crack at | | Reply

    none really…Shamita’s sari looks like designer forgot to complete silver border halfway…couldv’e have been intresting

  2. Sonal at | | Reply

    I am getting a very strong Air Hostess vibe from Zarine…

  3. Vanaja at | | Reply

    Barf gola colors.

  4. fashionfever at | | Reply

    i love the so ethnic yellow red combo and own one myself.I am love Zarines outfit thought ayesha looks lovely too but we dont have full view her dress.
    Smitha is always a distaster …too much makeup with guady dresses all the time.

    1. Debarati Dutta at | | Reply

      You are so right. This yellow-red combination is very ethnic. The color combination is fairly typical on Saraswati Puja in Bengal (and, to some extent, in Bihar). May be that is the reason I was drawn to it, but it does not resonate with me because of the context she chose to wear it in. It is not the kind of saree I would wear to a wedding reception.

      Isn’t it interesting how we respond to colors/styles/patterns/designs only within specific contexts/occasions (white and red for ashtami in Bengali Durga Pujas, red and green for Christmas, etc.)?

  5. Slc at | | Reply

    Zarine’s saree is cute except the way she’s draped it.

  6. mysha at | | Reply

    How pretty is Ms Takia!
    So wish she hired a stylist…………………..her features are to kill for…………………………..

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  8. veenu at | | Reply

    I have been following this blog for quite some time now and kind of think that I would know which shades of this color would PnP favor more. So here’s for kicks- my guess is that you would like the shade of Ayesha’s duppata most,followed by Zarine’s sari hue and last would be the color of Shamita’s saree.. Am i right??

  9. Lola at | | Reply

    Very much into Zarine’s look.

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