In Twos

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While out around town, Malaika was photographed in a Levis tee and pair of wide-legged denims. Her off-duty accessories included a Christian Louboutin X Louis Vuitton tote. And more recently, while at a soirée in Mumbai last evening, Malaika was photographed in a Christian Dior bralet that she teamed with Alexander Wang pants and a leather jacket. Her accessories for the evening included a Bottega Veneta clutch.

Which do you think she fared better in? Dressed up or dressed down?

Malaika Arora
Left: Photographed Out In Mumbai
Right: At Bunty Sajdeh’s Birthday Do


Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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    • Because Bollywood says so!
      Bollywood is supposed be the final authority in everything about our society 😛
      If you complain they will somehow link it to women’s rights and freedom and the suffrage movement etc.

      So bralet is here to stay for now…. until they tell us, thats going away too.

      • LOL. According to the great Sonam K in Bazaar Arabia, India treats her women like second class citizens. So yes, we should not comment on women stepping out of their homes in their underwear 🙂

      • I guess Bollywood didn’t say anything. They aren’t calling it dressed up or down. It’s the blogs which do that, isn’t it.

        Isn’t it at all possible that Malaika thought this is what she’ll wear and didn’t think about tags/labels?

  1. The first look is sooo cool., love it.

    2nd look: I get what’s being tried but it doesn’t come by, oily make up and too tight crop top, also needs better shoes. Everything looks few sizes small or tight.

  2. She should have also carried a bag with the designer’s name printed across it. As is, the look feels incomplete. Not quite in your face with the labels.

  3. That Bra got featured because it is “fashion” and has a big name attached to it.
    Now r we going to see boxer kacchhas on the actors ? Would that also be considered “fashion” ?


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