In Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla
It was an Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla for Shweta again… This time, a gharara by the designer duo. With her hair pulled back in to a wispy low ponytail, she rounded out the look with a matching potli and emerald jewelry. She looked nice!
Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani
Looks like she is wearing shorts and the bottom part is not even part of her gharara! 1000 times better than her last outfit though
A horrible attempt at garara.. looks like tentacles growing out if thighs.
She has the potential to knock it out of the park most of the time, but she chooses to dress up in AJSK monstrosities.
I am pretty sure that the Bachchans as a family have signed an exclusive contract with AJSK, forbidding them from wearing other labels. There can be no other explanation for their overwhelming preference for these ghastly clothes
She looks nice.
On Pak sites this is called a sharara. Always confused by which is which.
Gharara: has a joint at or around the knee with farshi stitching attaching the ruffled bottom portion of fabric to the upper portion. Basically what she is wearing.
Sharara: super flared trousers that pretty much look like a lehnga if stood still.
It’s basically a lehnga with slits.
Thank you! :)
You’re welcome :)
AM; Tailors getting it right are a rarity anyway (dreading lawn season already), saying the wrong thing by mistake is all the more recipe for disappointment :'[
I’ve never liked this style of bottoms. it’s like half skirt half palazzo. and the middle portion where it separates looks ghastly. the color and top half are very beautiful!
I love the emerald jewelry here. She looks lovely.
Hmm… want to like it, but can’t. Those do look like shorts with frills! I liked her jewelry though.
Ridiculous for grown women to wear this . leave this for the youngsters. Tacky otherwise
Some styles are best suited got very young nubile women. Sharara is one such.
Everyone is unified in wearing the ugliest of outfits.
She looked soooooooo beautiful… such a pretty face
I loved the over all look I think it’s simple and elegant wish the shirt was a lil bit longer