In Dolce and Gabbana

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We’ve already seen the Marilyn print Dolce and Gabbana dress on Kangana, Bipasha and Lara but only in print and finally get to see it in real life on Natasha. She pairs her strapless version with pink Louboutin pumps for a pop of color which I loved. So want this woman’s wardrobe!


Natasha Poonawala at Poonawala Race

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. Really? The same gown which was fab on Lara looks ridiculous on her. She looks like a magician. Like someone had previously commented in one of her other appearance, she has a sweet face but not the oomph or bod to carry such edgy clothes. I heart those pumps. Yumm.

  2. Now there’s someone who knows how to dress well! This is so sex and the city’ish!!! Especially love the pink Louboutins 🙂

    • SATC …. thats the 1st thing that came to my mind as well… And I love it! 🙂

      i mean yeah she be more sweet and less edgy but I lik that she is just being herself… I think she carries off the look very well indeed !

  3. Love the dress and the Hat/fascinator..
    Have a ques though …she has a color scheme which is black biased and throws a pink with the shoes.. is just one dash of pink with those louboutins enough.. I would have added maybe one more pink somewhere … what do you say?

  4. Great that she dresses the latest and most stylist/costly stuff, but I think should rather wear clothes that compliment her not so skinny frame rather than wearing the latest trends in the name of fasion .
    Simoe Singh is a great example .
    Fashion means dressing to look good and not dressing the latest 🙂

  5. the dress and the hat together should not have been done. the dress is already rather grand, it kind of ruined the look having the hat paired with it. with all her hair up would have looked amazing.

  6. I have to say, I love this women. I just LOVE the idea of dressing up to the almost ridiculous point that she does- and then acting like a completely normal girl the way she seems to do. There’s an absurdity and incongruity that I just love. If I could, I would walk around like this all day.

  7. I’m not into this look at all. I will never understand fascinators. It looks really alienating, particularly in an Indian context since it seems so colonial.


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