(Apologies in advance for the lovey-dovey poses and the slightly blurry images!)
First up is Sonali's light pink number, which appears to consist of chiffon and lace, which makes a very pretty dress. I also like how simple the style of the dress is, focusing on the cut and the shape of it.
Secondly is Sonali's red velvet and white dress, which I think is still quite contemporary for today's standards, as it's shape and the use of velvet is still something very much seen today. I also like how the combination of these two colours look quite nice together, giving a rich yet simple look.
And lastly is this lilac and rich black number, which in terms of the design isn't too brilliant, as I wasn't keen on the bust part. However I did like how it tied in with being a fitted anarkali style dress, with fitted long sleeves and churidar bottoms which gives a very slender, attractive look.
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Overall, I love the graceful look of these long dresses, as well as Sonali's own elegant style herself. Although this is quite a typical look for the '90s era, it's still one that looks very pretty and something which could still be worn today.