Keeping It Casual

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For a recent spot of travel, Janhvi teamed her tie-dye joggers with a colorful graphic tee and a leather jacket. For Sonal, it was a tie-dye sweatshirt that she teamed her sporty shorts with. Both ladies rounded out their looks with roomy bags, a Goyard for the former and Hermes for the latter. For a day of running errands, which look would you pick?



Janhvi Kapoor (Left) And Sonal Chauhan

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. So over tie-dye. It’s what you do when you’re in Middle School and run out of things to do in summer. Or if you go to Austin and want to look like a tourist wearing a “Keep Austin Weird” tee. They’re an eye-sore and look silly being worn ALL THE TIME now.

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    • Correct! even insta influencers have them. But i think Jhanvi’s Goyard is her moms.
      A lot of her handbags are her mom’s, we have her mom here with them.

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  2. Tired of these stupid trends. If they really want to wear, why not purchase from our local artisans ( NOT designers)? Why not initiate a trend and make it popular – like a Mangalagiri, Pochampally, Kantha, Phulkari, what not…. think of a fabric and India has them in lovely designs, prints and textures. Vocal for local does not apply to these folks is it?

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  3. Goyard or Hermès for running errands?! Ha ha…even IF I had the moolah to invest in one of these “bagwatis”, I wouldn’t be able to concentrate on the errand while carrying them :/
    Coming to the rest of their outfits, I don’t even know where to start with describing what’s wrong with them, so I’ll save my energy.

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  4. Hahahahaha! That leather jacket for running errands would mean I would be dead by the time I am done.
    But seriously, those bags for errands? Sigh.
    The tie and dye I have stopped caring for!

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