#StyleDiaries: Day three: Neha Dhupia for Kingfisher Supermodel Hunt

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 Kingfisher Supermodel Hunt Day three

 After two long nights, the girls and I didn’t to let loose and sleep early. (Yes, exciting stuff.) Plus side: we woke up with oodles of energy, which was good as we had a busy day ahead of us.


Boss lady, but in pyjamas

Neha likes clothes she doesn’t need to worry about. No one wants to babysit a feathered boa while juggling producers and contestants, right?

You’ll notice, I keep her outfits uncomplicated. They look like she’s just thrown it on, and she need not fret for an instance when she needs to plonk down on the grass.

Why? Because clothes shouldn’t feel like work, even if you have to (in fact, work.)



You know what she’s thinking, right?


We love it.

Style tip: The earthy tones of the pants along with a crisp white shirt gives you that effortlessly held together look. These colours should be teamed with silver jewellry.

Think big for the accessories. Tribal pieces are my current obsession. 

Makeup tip- On a hot day, there’s no better makeup look better than no makeup. And only thing better is a no-makeup look. Strong primer, nude lips and a touch of bronzer: All natural, all summer. 

The white shirt and brown pants are Payal Khandwala creations, the jewellery by Amrapali.

Evening look





‘Coz we got no words, really. This look is classic.

(And, you can make your own with a bedsheet!)


The resemblance is uncanny.


Style tip: Don’t shy away from red and gold. It is a bold but breathtaking combination.

The trick to wearing all-red is to keep everything else minimal: just a statement choker along with this drape dress is all you need. Let the colours do all the work.

Makeup tip: When the dress is red, keep the makeup simple. It’s as simple as that.

Neha’s dress is by Stephanie, and her gold shoes are from the Giuseppe Zanotti fall collection. The jewellery is Amrapali.

All looks are styled by Chief pyjama aka Sohaya Misra aka Chola the Bhola. Makeup is done by Angeline Joseph.

See more of Cho styling Neha Dhupia here.

Written by

Creative Director, Pyjama People

She got her start working on Manisha Koirala’s costumes for the 1999 movie Mann and hasn’t looked back since! A veteran of the business, Cho’s styled films like Calcutta Express, to numerous national and international advertisements. She’s also a personal stylist to stars like Neha Dhupia and has two clothing brands — Bachcha Party for kids, and Chola(!!) After her debut collection The Pyjama Tribe Sohaya was named the Grazia's Young Designer of the year 2016.

Twitter @chola_is_me / Instagram: @sohaya