Fashion Police: Burn after buying!

Indian interior designer and socialite Nisha Jamwal was spotted in Mumbai at the screening of film Nautanki Saala.

April 16, 2013
Indian interior designer and socialite Nisha Jamwal.

Indian interior designer and socialite Nisha Jamwal was spotted in Mumbai at the screening of film Nautanki Saala, looking pretty disheveled.

Here’s what she got wrong:
The charge sheet


In the days of fun up-dos and gorgeous tonged curls, Nisha preferred to leave her hair down. It looks pretty lifeless and limp. She could use some volumising spray.


It seems that the socialite forgot to conceal her eye bags. A little bit of concealer would have hidden her dark circles, and a bit of mascara would have opened up her eye. Some bronzer and a brighter lip shade would have also prevented her face from looking so washed out.


We can’t see her clutch and can only see a hint of chunky gold earrings, but we’re totally digging that cocktail ring. It’s helping us take our eyes off the chipped nail paint for sure.


Okay, so we love her scarf and wish she had paired it with anything but this hideous dress. It doesn’t fit her well at all and those roses at the bodice literally look like they are about to fall to the ground in shame.


The wedges are fun and trendy, but we’re not so sure we like them with this outfit. Maybe a funky pair of bejeweled flats would have better complemented her outfit?
Bail out!

Jessica Chastain


Jessica rocked this chic ensemble with syncing black belt and leather pumps. Her confidence added an extra oomph to this attire.

Kyra Sedgwick


Hollywood actor Kyra Sedgwick opted for this brown Bottega Veneta dress at an awards show. She topped off her look with this leather belt cinched at her waist.

Michelle Pfeiffer


Actor Michelle Pfeiffer shined in this this knee-length, body-hugging brown dress. We love her matching peep-toe shoes and accessories. 

Published in The Express Tribune, April 17th, 2013.

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