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Bipasha promotes Emami Vasocare

Lemon chiffon is such a fantastic color. It is universally flattering, and certainly it's no exception here. But I wish this Nandita Mahtani piece was either strapless or sleeved, rather than the one-sleeve version we saw on Bips. If a one-sleeved dress it must be, then I think the sleeve must be full length to balance out the other side.
L-R via @BipsLuvUrself, via memsaab
Also, an abstract pattern with a denser application of lemon chiffon - as seen on the Marella coat by Emilia Wickstead (as worn by the Duchess of Cambridge) - would elevate this dress a notch or two.
L-R via "Vogue" Australia, PA Wire/whatkatewore.com




Comments

Menachery said…
loved the article, super loved the bips outfit n yes , off shoulder is what i would have preferred too :)
Right? The color is amazing! Thanks for visiting :)

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