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In Soup


Kareena covers Filmfare’s latest issue and for the magazine’s unveiling/launch, picked a Soup by Sougat Paul sari. An interesting choice; props for stepping away from the predictable.

But… While we were happy to see a look that stood out to us on the runway make it’s way off-the-runway, do wish Kareena had worn the sari the way it was presented. By not wearing the pallu under the harness, the look in the color-block sari became same ol’, same ol’.

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Left: Soup By Sougat Paul
Right: Kareena Kapoor At Filmfare’s Latest Issue Unveiling/Launch


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Kareena Kapoor At Filmfare’s Latest Issue Unveiling/Launch


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LFW A/W 2013: Soup


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In Soup By Sougat Paul


In a dress by Sougat Paul, Pooja Chopra too was in attendance at the GQ event. You like?

P.S: Anyone else reminded of Poorna in Bibhu?

Left: Soup By Sougat Paul
Right: Pooja Chopra At GQ India’s Best Dressed Men 2013 Event

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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Wish List Wednesday!


Slacked off on these Wish Lists, didn’t we? So without much further delay, (drumroll please) here’s one!

Ms. Saran was an easy pick for the series. Beautiful woman, unfortunate sartorial choices. She tends to favor a certain kind of sari, a certain kind of dress… And if not stuck in that rut, the hair and make-up seem to let her down. Below is our wishful indulgence… How we’d love to see her in any/all of ’em! Some are bit of a stretch but, think twice why don’t you?!

Shriya Saran

It’d be great to see Ms. Saran pick Indian-wear that wasn’t the tried and tested, her go-to sheer and/or blingy options. Styled differently to work off the runway, each of these looks would look great on her. A soft braided updo and a statement necklace with the sari-inspired Tarun dress or the Kotwara one with the dupatta worn more casually and plaited hair would make for such a great change!

L To R: Anju Modi, Krishna Mehta, Kotwara By Meera Muzaffar Ali And Tarun Tahiliani

We’d love to see more pared down, minimalist tinged looks on Shriya. There is no reason to fall back on bling for every Red Carpet appearance, is there now? Look at that JJ Vallaya gown, impactful without assaulting the senses. How we’d love to see that off the runway!

L To R: Shantanu And Nikhil, Swapnil Shinde, JJ Vallaya And Deepika Govind

It can’t always be floor-sweeping gowns, can it? These looks below are worthy of their moment and, we know with just the right hair, make-up and accessories, there’s no reason why Shriya can’t have a moment in them. That Namrata Joshipura look is practically made for Shriya. And look, it’s not tacktastic. (P.S: The Joshipura skirt could be yours!)

L To R: Pankaj And Nidhi, Rohit Gandhi And Rahul Khanna, Namrata Joshipura And Adarsh Gill

We know Ms. Saran loves her maxis, wish she’d try some quirky printed ones too. Like the Rimi Nayak one. You are young. And you only live once! 😉 It’d be great to see her in an easy-breezy dress like the Anita Dongre one too.

L To R: Soup By Sougat Paul, Rimi Nayak, Anita Dongre And Rajesh Pratap Singh

And now, this is the part where we cross our fingers!

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Kaajal on Femina:(Un)Covered


Kaajal Agarwal (in a Soup by Sougat Paul dress) features on Femina this month. If the dress looks familiar it’s cuz we’ve seen a very similar gown version of the dress on Kriti here.

Left: Soup by Sougat Paul, Winter/Festive 2012
Right: Kaajal Agarwal on Femina April 2012

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