<Review by: Miss K, our European fashionista in India who ruminates and writes on all things fashion>
Looking at the Kapoor sisters together, I love the harmony they create with their outfits.
Kareena’s love for sweet feminine dresses is once more declared on this occasion. I like how the outfit falls on her; it makes her look young and fresh like a school girl but all in the right way. The retro element suits her a lot and the pussy bow is one of my absolute favourites; it draws attention on her *ahem* upper body. I have seen Kareena in a couple of events and in more than a few pictures and I can honestly say she is one of the VERY FEW Indian actresses who has an ease about her. She doesn’t overdo things and even at her brightest she looks relaxed (on Filmfare awards night she was a stunning ethereal creature). I am not very fond of the hair. If I were her, I would have gone all the way by creating a plait around the head, leaving a few strands out in order to avoid absolute neatness. Simple make-up and ‘very little’ jewellery: It is only one ring but enough to blind the entire population of this country.
Karisma is one stylish lady. Her look is very classy and effortless. The blouse is also sweet and retro looking (well you have to co-ordinate don’t ya), but the whole look is such that her own personality shines through. Her dressy half floral-half black blouse has a cheeky front hole and is teamed up with a pair of denims which brings the look immediately down to earth. A Chanel bag is every woman’s ‘can’t go wrong with’ and I really like the colour. Again, I am not fond of her hair; I’d rather she had a high ponytail, and go a bit easier on the lip gloss. Blingy earrings, rings and bracelet and above all: a pair of magnificent oversized sunglasses. They suit her face beautifully and make her look every inch the cosmopolitan Indian woman she is.