In Marc By Marc Jacobs

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In an off-white top and a Marc by Marc Jacobs dotted jacquard skirt, Sushmita attended a recent art event. Ankle-strap sandals and a chain-strap Fendi bag completed her look. Am glad she added a belt to the skirt which could’ve looked a bit to twee with its elastic banded waist.

Haven’t seen her look this goood in ages! We like.

Left, Centre: Sushmita Sen At An Art Event
Far Right: Marc By Marc Jacobs Jacquard Skirt

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. The old Sush, and by that I mean Sush of years ago, is back!! I would have loved a couple more inches on the dress, but she still looks great!!

    • I think the ones with the more browner skins have that. Usually when you are a bit on the lighter side you wont find that pigmentation on the knee or armpits. I am not being a colorist but just an observation. 😀

    • I think it depends on your skin tone. The darker you are the darker your knees are. On the plus side, more color in skin makes your legs look more toned as you see more definition.

      So you have a choice – toned calves or pigmented knees.

  2. ALL Indians? I’m Indian and I don’t have “such pigment knees (and armpit areas).” I have seen people from different ethnicities have darker knees and armpits. As to why this could occur for anyone, causes range from dry/dead skin cells to hyperpigmentation.


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