In Sabyasachi

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For her turn on the Canees red carpet, Aditi picked a Sabyasachi gown to wear. Jewels from the designer and the accessory du jour- a headband rounded out the actor’s look. Anyone else get a strong Dolce & Gabbana vibe from this look?



Aditi Rao Hydari

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  1. Headband is Sabya’s design of the season. Get ready for most of them to sport this for the next 1-2 years.
    It’s an okay look even by regular standards

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  2. It looks rather Matronly. Why do these ladies love wearing boots, jackets and fully covered clothes in Mumbai’s heat and European summers ?

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  3. Just when I thought she was having a fabulous sartorial run at Cannes… It does nothing for her. And, the sudden fascination headbands :/

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  4. Not happy about the severe hair and the weird color of the headband. Her make up looks a bit too pinkish too for my liking.

    Apart from the major Dolce & Gabbana vibe, I am getting a major Amish vibe owing to all that volume and the headgear reminiscing me of their kapp.

    Not a bad look but could have been great with some tweaks.

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  5. I personally love headbands. Apart from being a practical accessory during hot sultry weather of India, they add a bit of style to everyday top knotted hair. But here in this case, as someone commented, it looks like makeup band has been left on her head.

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  6. Among all her looks ..will rate this lowest. Bindi, belt and headband unnecessary. Also the black design is distorting curves. The saree look was ethereal…this one not.

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  7. I don’t like the headband, it is the colour of a gamcha.

    Moreover, women in hilly areas across the country wear similar head coverings while working, so more than Girl with a pearl earring, it’s giving me fancy-schmancy Gharwali vibes 🙂

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  8. The only woman who could pull off the headband effectively was Audrey Hepburn. They are certainly on the French Riviera, but Bollywood leading ladies ain’t no Ms. Hepburn. And yes, we have seen such variations of the gown in the past by D&G. Sabyasachi is certainly having a creativity block if this is the best the label can do.

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  9. The headband is just not working. I think if they really wanted to go that way, a floral headband would’ve created the drama.

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