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  1. dn at | | Reply

    The green one has better prints.

  2. Keya at | | Reply

    both of them look like sarong… I would wear(as a cover-up) it if it was cotton, and if it was shorter. looking at it now I have no Idea what should I consider this dess is

  3. Keya at | | Reply

    Why dont they make really pretty scarf dresses???

  4. kinny at | | Reply

    I actually like the one on Bruna… probably not with those shoes though.

  5. ponti at | | Reply

    both uglyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy like geez people have no fashion sense but if i really have to choose..out of the two, i like the one on amrita..its kinda better put together.. but then again its an UGLYYYY dress

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  7. Sonia99 at | | Reply

    Very ugly, cheap looking dresses. If its a neck-up competition, Amrita looks better.

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  9. Malini at | | Reply

    Hate both the dresses. They are selling these dresses here in the US malls for $20. Now I see where the Indian designers get their inspiration from:). And why is the second girl wearing chappals with the dress??? Yuck….

  10. Shweta at | | Reply

    I hate both, but if I just HAD to pick one, I’d pick the one on Bruna.

  11. Shweta at | | Reply

    They are many more Indian designers who make awesome stuff you wont see anywhere in world. No need to base your judgement by just seeing these two dresses here:D

  12. Surbhi at | | Reply

    I like Brunas confidence.. it makes the dress look better

  13. Adit at | | Reply

    Dear Malini, this is a one off, exactly as some fads come and go in the US….the Madonna inspired torn T shirts in the 80’s….this is a fad. Its dated, they came out early last year…and for some strange reason are still around..

  14. xoxo at | | Reply

    neither of them….i

  15. debs at | | Reply

    i am not a big fan of obviously assymetric hemlines. there’s something very incomplete about them.
    i like the print on bruna’s dress though.it would probably look god if u r standing languidly in the bay windowed balcony of ur villa in morocco :D

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  17. Nepali at | | Reply

    I would have liked the fabric on the right without the strange empty white space.
    Speaking of Indian designers, I didn’t see Samant Chauhan’s collection this year in the blog or did I miss it? He is one designer I liked from previous show, and his studying of garment from producing silk to dying it to manipulating the fabric was interesting.

  18. sunny at | | Reply

    Scarf dresses are done. Why can’t we just file this bit of fashion into the archives already?

  19. Nisha at | | Reply

    Someone once told me, sometimes it does not matter if a certain dress or garment is past its 15 seconds of fame. If it looks good on you and want to wear it, go right ahead.

    That’s how I feel about the dress on Bruna. I would totally wear it to a beach vacation AND with those chappals. Who cares if the look is supposedly passe.

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