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Priyanka presented the Oscar nominations on Monday morning wearing a blue dress by Greta Constantine with pink pumps. A few days earlier she wore a Balenciaga look celebrating the virtual release of Nick’s album.

The blue look was safe and she did look nice in it. As for the red, the outfit was edgy but the foundation being several shades lighter was a deal breaker.



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  1. Why the red horror! Blue dress is so so average, like 2 different outfits assembled into one.. also doesn’t look like a awards night outfit. I do wish someday Priyankas style is less global n more rational.

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  2. A grown a$$ woman dressing like this…it’s ridiculous. If that blue outfit was a sheath dress it would have been perfect.

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    • Grown a$$ woman? How come Beyonce and J-Lo are forgiven for their outfits and Malaika, Shilpa and PC are not? I don’t know who is right or wrong, but if being age appropriate is the rule then all of them should be dissed or none of them should be dissed.

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      • Farza, you have taken quite a leap of faith to assume Beyoncé or JLo are forgiven. Nowhere in my comment was that implied. There is something called as age appropriate dressing and it is gender/race/ethnicity/nationality agnostic. Even if the red dress was for a photo shoot, it’s pretty bad and as the bloggers pointed out the make up is bad not to mention those horrible extensions.

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        • It’s so offensive to say that somebody of Priyanka’s age should dress in a blue “sheath.” Maybe women older than Priyanka should just wear sacks? Thank God some of us are not looking to be forgiven.

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      • Sorry but Priyanka is no Beyoncé and Malaika is definitely not JLo. Next you’ll tell me that you think Kangana is the next Meryl Streep.

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    • The main song is about spaceman and all futuristic themed hence the dress…. yeah but lets carry on with telling other human whats appropriate for them and what not….

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  3. I actually like the blue dress. It’s a great color, the fabric looks rich and she’s styled well. Maybe the dress has a one element too much, but she’s pulling it off.

    I think we are exposed to so much fashion these days – what with the paparazzi overload and every fashionista on IG, that everything looks “safe” and “boring” these days.

    The red thingy majingy, as my son would call it is something else. Again she looks striking, though I don’t care for the hair, and I guess it works for an out there “Spaceman” theme, but please no one wear this about town 😉

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    • Thank you! This is also the Grammy’s, no the Oscars. People tend to do more out there fashion for the Grammy’s. The red outfit is what people would wear for a photo spread or the Grammy’s red carpet. And of course, the super-rich fashion-is-forward crowd like Anna Wintour and Natasha Poonawala would wear to Elton John’s and KJo’s kids’ birthday parties.

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  4. Oh, I like the blue dress and the way it’s styled. I am surprised it works even though it has 3 different patterns going on.

    The red is probably a good attempt, but it doesn’t work for me. The fabric looks cheap and the whole pant thing feels like it was a project in school (no offense to school/college kids)

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  5. What’s the big deal about the foundation being a few shades lighter if it suits the overall look? She does not look pale or white washed.
    My light skinned daughter likes to get some sun and add color, while I like to look a couple shades lighter on my face it makes my features pop-out.

    Acceptance is not just about accepting brown or darker shades, it is about accepting people choosing shades they like and refrain from judging if they want to seal, wrap or color. To each its own, do what makes you feel good, strong, positive. 🙂

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    • Thank you for saying this. I have always felt this way. Let people be what they want to be. That’s acceptance! I am pretty light and wear a foundation 2 shades darker and have bronzer all over my body during summer. Makes me feel pretty. You can make an argument about me not accepting my skin color which is not true.

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  6. That awful red dress with the pantomimed leggings reminds me of the Oneida tv devil on ads back in the 90s.
    She looked fab in the blue and all sorts of my wrong in red.

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  7. Lol.. the red outfit makes her look like Owlet, from PJ Masks ( a cartoon my son watches). PC tries too hard to be stylish , doesnt come across well.

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  8. I love the blue dress!
    I don’t “understand” the red outfit. Is it a gown with a slit? Are the tights part of the shoes? Are those sleeves or gloves? Are they all part of the same ensemble?

    But what I really love is her hair in both pictures! It’s different from how she usually wears it.

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