Clash Of The Beauties: Taylor Swift Vs Neha Dhupia

Monochrome is trending and it is not surprising to stumble upon celebrities wearing the trend. But when two beauties end up in the same combo- white crop top and black maxi dress, then it is definitely worth paying heed to.

Come on ladies. We know you love to give your take on celeb style. Tell us, who wore it better?

Taylor Swift and Neha Dhupia

While Taylor Swift attended the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in this monochrome ensemble, Neha Dhupia walked the red carpet of L’Oreal Femina Women Awards wearing this huge summer trend.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift rocked the red carpet in J Mendel black maxi skirt with a thigh high slit (we’re totally lovin’ it!) and a white cut-out crop top. Popular for her otherwise ultra-feminine colorful gowns (pink in Golden Globe, metallic in Grammys), Taylor went black-and-white for this one. She carried a small black M2Malletier clutch and wore Casadei ‘Trikini’ sandals.

Hairstyle inspired by old Hollywood glam with a wavy side-swept bob couldn’t let us get our eyes off her face. However, we feel the little hint of blue in her eyes and earrings adulterated the femme fatale look.

Neha Dhupia

Neha Dhupia on the other hand co-ordinated the separates from two different designers. The white crop top is by DRVV and the black maxi skirt is by Ashish N Soni. She carried a black clutch and wore a black ring on her finger. Honestly, we are getting highly distracted by the fact that the skirt is barely fitting her. It seems not one but two sizes smaller, and all we can think of is how did she manage to clambour out of it after going home.

No matter how pretty your outfit is, if it’s not the right size, it will do you no good.

For us, Taylor Swift is the definite winner here. However, we would love to hear your take.

Who wore it better- Taylor Swift or Neha Dhupia? Let us know



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