Though if I were Romeo, my heart would have been in Moore's hand for she wore that skirt waist high, letting the separates meet, saving me from censored criticism and letting that dress have its finest hour. Moore looked crafted, the silhouette so fine, I demand a renewed life insurance. Timeless is her beauty, with five decades gone, yet she blazes with such enchanting allure. The stems of fire flowing from her head, licking at the shoulders and burning down was beyond my expert poetic soul to justify the vision it created. And oh! The make up was elegance defined and I hold my lust over her cherry red lipstick in respect to her being my mother's age.
But has ever age and oceans stopped the mingling of minds and sharing of thoughts? Except the government, everyone is impressively omnipresent, in each others wardrobes even. Madhuri Dixit Nene stood up to this school of thought when she was seen in the same Alexander McQueen on the sets of her reality show. I have said enough about the dress and I am shockingly left with a lot to say still but why put the whole blame game on it when Dixit has staged many other ways to ruin her look, the Outhouse statement necklace taking the lead. Now the only reason for this medallion inspired piece to be worn could be if Mrs. Nene read my thoughts about the dress being an armor of sorts and she went for a total Joan of Arc. If not and this was a style statement, then I have to say that it shouldn't be worn out of the house. Ever. Following up, the rose gold pumps came in to add some glamor but I think (being so adroitly perspective) that there was surely some coordination problem between Dixit's brain and legs and unfortunately for fashion, the legs won. My words might shadow my immense love for this elegance personified Goddess of charisma but she just didn't stop there and went with that dated, repetitive almost a patented hairstyle of hers. Where open front thrown hair of Moore's made my heart go dhak dhak, Dixit's left me asking for more. And again holding my respect for elders, I'm letting that 'to be or not to be' midriff show go without a shower of my delicate words.
Indelicacy is a charm I'm bestowed in gallons with and it is a reward with no hard work of mine because beauties such who make angels burn in envy have a profound human behavior. Priyanka Chopra didn't disappoint me at all. At the trailer launch of her next biopic, she went all the way in choosing the same, sans the color, McQueen dress I have been trying to make extinct since long! But that's where her faults ended. Ms. Chopra surprised me with her insight and pulled out the white version of the dress, doing exactly what any last warrior standing does; making all the wrongs right. The dress still is a low life but the color helps to define the ensemble better. The emboss was actually visible without applying any barbarian methods and the scallops looked well cooked there. PeeCee's well toned body looked divine giving the dress some more fame, like Moore did (though it didn't deserve any). The snuff fit of the top helped the midriff show to be appropriate and the hair, though lukewarm, gelled well. And chucking out my diplomacy at last, its the motif Louboutin my eyes have been on all the time. They were everything!
After making my technicolor life quiet monochromatic, courtesy three of the most talented actresses in the world, I'd like to say that Julianne Moore added some rays of rainbow to this gloom but Priyanka Chopra brought in not just the rainbow but the leprechauns too - a little vague but then I wasn't expecting even a dime of brilliance. To Madhuri Dixit Nene I award my sincere advice; please break free from the frozen time zone of fawning stylists. It always has a behemoth result. Until next time some fashion house poses a discount, praise all.
Editor(s): Aditi P. and Jenifer Y.
Graphic: Marsh P.