One of the popular designers Falguni Peacock made headlines for her obnoxious comments on plus-size brides. For her unnecessary suggestions, the Netizens have taunted the designer on Instagram. The thing actually started soon after the designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee posted the pictures of Charbagh, his latest winter 2019 bridal collection on Instagram. From the pictures, he featured plus-size model in order to flaunt his outfits.
From the picture, we can witness a plus-size model wearing a red embellished lehenga paired with a plunging neckline blouse. Sabyasachi shared a series of pictures on its official Instagram account and wrote, 'Charbagh featuring the Devi collection. Winter 2019 bridal. Womenswear and menswear. Jewelry Courtesy: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection @sabyasachijewelry.'
One of the Instagram accounts posted the picture and added a caption 'Fierce' alongside the comment of Falguni Peacock included in it. It reads, 'Sorry but did @falgunipeacock say 'no deep necks' for plus-size brides? Look at the answer.' During an interview, Falguni gave advice to Plus-size brides to improve their physique in order to look good on any outfit. She said, 'I won't blatantly tell her to lose weight, but you have enough time and you can work on yourself. It is pretty easy to lose a couple of inches if you want to.'
If she couldn't shed her weight, she said 'Long blouses, more flared lehengas and not fitted because fitted won't really work if you're a little big. No deep-necks for them, maybe higher.' Falguni Peacock has been making headlines since they have launched their Bonjour Amer collection for the India Couture Week. The young actress Sara Ali Khan made her debut ram walk and became the showstopper for the show.
After the show, Falguni Peacock took part in an interview alongside Sara Ali Khan. Soon, Falguni asked for forgiveness towards her comments. She wrote, 'To all you beautiful women, I am so so sorry if I’ve inadvertently hurt anyone’s feelings. This wasn’t my intention at all. Having dealt with body issues all my life (and am still dealing with them) I realize that we should wear what we want and what makes us happy. My sincere apologies.'