Mouni Roy to Asha Negi: Best and worst dressed celeb this week [November 5-November 11]

While some made us go wow, others made us wonder 'Why would you wear that?'. Here's a look at this week's best and worst dressed TV celebs

Fashion trends keep changing every single day and it is becoming difficult for us to choose the best and worst dressed celebs every week. While our last week’s list only had the best-dressed TV beauties, this week it is a combination of some major hits and misses. Have a look:

Best Dressed: Krystle D’souza

Krystle looks like an absolute doll in this sea green cold-shoulder dress teamed with comfy shoes. The colour is flattering and plus, what works the best is the no accessories look.

Worst Dressed: Asha Negi

This military green pantsuit is quite fashionable but the excessive ruffles is overwhelming. The colour is on point but the overall look is unflattering.

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Best Dressed: Kishwer Merchant

The one-shoulder body-hugging black dress, the slit and those silver shoes, Kishwer’s glam game is on point.

Worst Dressed: Mouni Roy

Mouni is always graceful, but this one just made us go, ‘What exactly were you thinking young woman?’. This silver cape style top with the white skirt and black boots is overall too distracting. Maybe, a top which is less dramatic could have worked for Mouni’s petite frame.

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Best Dressed: Rubina Dilaik

Rubina Dilaik’s out-of-the-box fashion picks are refreshingly delightful. This blue swimsuit with matching flowy white shorts is effortlessly chic and perfect for a beach date.

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