Not mine, of course! It is Divya, whose favorite color seems to be pink! Which is why the leftover material from Divya’s outfit on the left led to the outfit on the right. We are just surprised that the new outfit didn’t have the rhinestone logo effect like the older one! (But then the overdose of pink, quite made up for the yuck factor! Didn’t it?)
Aishwarya in the black, Deepika in the white or Yana in the teal?
Edit: Can I say how miffed I am that the ladies had to hide the best part of the dress with their hair!! The braided straps on the dress are what make the outfit different, it is just a shame that straps get hidden! But then, neither am I a fan of Yana’s crop!
Off late, our actors have been committing a major fashion faux-pas. Wearing the same design again and again in different colors!
How long before the concept of stylist comes to Bollywood? We are waiting!
Vidya Malwade wore an ombré dress to the Arjun & Anjalee Kapoor Fashion Show and while she was right on the money where trends are concerned, her dress itself left a lot to be desired.
Ombré refers to fabric (and now, even leather! Remember Prada?) having a dyed, printed, or woven design in which the color is graduated from light to dark and is a big trend..its been around for a bit now and is going to be big for Spring. We saw many designers incorporate the look into their Spring 08 collections!
Vidya’s dress just doesn’t have that clear color gradation, and, instead of the play from dark to light, the color tone stays dark and only varies in the color itself! And that strip of navy/black at the waist does nothing for the dress; the shoes, too matchy!
Left: Diane Von Furstenberg, Spring 2008
Right: Badgley Mischka, Spring 2008