Wearing It Differently

Comment image 22

We have seen her wear the traditional drape many a times but for the Elle Breast Cancer Campaign event held in Mumbai, Elizabeth changed it up.

We like the drape but the sari not so much. You?

liz_mumbai_pink2.jpg liz_mumbai_pink.jpg

Elizabeth Hurley, Elle Breast Cancer Campaign in Mumbai


  • Like it? Share it!


  1. Liz has undermined the art of wearing saree. The saree is not worn properly and that is why it is looking clumsy. it is a shaadi type saree….I dont necessarily think that the saree is bad.

  2. The saree is not nice…a little gaudy. But she is carrying it well. Are you gonna post Sonam’s picture? I wanna know what she was wearing.

  3. i like elizabeth hurley for keeping it simple tho..n i luv tht her kid is wearin ethnic..i bet no indian celeb wud dress their kids that way

    tho i wish her saree was less blingy

  4. she looks like she ate paan or something her lips just remind me of Ekta Kapoor. The kid’s very ADORABLE the kid pulls off very nicely. Liz on the other hand could do better

  5. she looks like a sack in this sari…foreigners just dont do it in a sari quote me on this…theres something thats not right you kno, the way an indian woman no matter how fat or thin would pull it off, no matter how gorgeous they are it just doesnt excite me…

  6. @ yusra, agree with you that it’s so nice that liz dressed her son in ethnic outfit. i wish more bollywood starts would go in this direction. the child looks elegant in his kurta.

  7. her saree is hideous, but with that said, i LOVE seeing her in sarees… moreso since the majority of indian celebs have been wearing non-indian clothing to events lately… gotta give her props!

    her eye-makeup looks good in these pix… smokey-eye done right. celina, take notes!

  8. she needs an indian advisor…not her fault…people without exposure to trends of a country don’t really know what looks good to that country’s people. for example, i know trinidadian ppl who get all their indian culture exposure from movies…i remember going to a masjid in ramzaan and seeing a bunch of girls wearing lehngas and fancy shalwar kameez for IFTAAR!! i was like ‘omg..what are they doing??” they DID look good but their clothes were totally unsuited for the occasion


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *