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#DressToImpress: Meet the swag squad

Last updated on: March 08, 2017 17:40 IST
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Presenting our list of ten influential and best-dressed Indian women across professions.
Don't forget to vote for your favourite!  

They are known excel in their professions, but their sartorial choices have got them enough attention too! 

Power dressing is something they barely get wrong. 

From actors to women in politics, sportswomen to authors and singers, see who these influential women are...

Fashion's blue eyed girl

Priyanka Chopra

IMAGE: It's been a fulfilling year for Priyanka Chopra who is no stranger to glory and stardom.
The former beauty queen's acting prowess and sartorial choices have made her a household name both in Bollywood and Hollywood.
Every time she's walked the red carpet, the actor has slayed it with her stellar looks. 
Priyanka's Oscar outfit also featured in Google's Top Trending Oscar Red Carpet Dresses of 2016.
Photograph: Frazer Harrison/Staff Getty Images

For the love of saris

Sushma Swaraj

IMAGE: Hats off to politician and Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj for her choice of saris. It's beautiful how she carefully colour coordinates her handloom jackets and shawls with the saris. 
Photograph: Omar Sobhani/Reuters

The Queen of style

Kangana Ranaut

IMAGE: Actor Kangana Ranaut is high on edgy and chic ensembles. The actor loves to experiment and her androgynous suits are the most desirable right now! Not someone who'd play it safe, Kangana's sartorial choices are steal-worthy. 
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/

Designer's muse

Sania Mirza

IMAGE: Tennis player Sania Mirza is a style icon, who is known to pull off lehengas, floor-length gowns and saris effortessly! Like her spunky style?
Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/

The Ministry of refreshing dressing

Arundati Roy

IMAGE: Author Arundhati Roy is stylish in a minimalist yet impactful way. She can make simple clothes (like the one she wore on this cover, above) look so stunning, just as she can impressively carry off her salt-and-pepper look.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Elle magazine cover

Crusader of simplicity

Nandita Das

IMAGE: Actor and director Nandita Das inspires people to embrace simplicity through her dress style. From lovely chanderi salwar-churidar sets to handloom skirts, cotton saris to khadi tops, she looks beautiful and at ease with everything she wears. 
Photograph: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images

Pop princess who is pushing the boundaries of fashion

Anushka Manchanda

IMAGE: Singer Anushka Manchanda is a pro when it comes to dressing casually -- you'll mostly spot her in a pair of rugged denims and a loose, oversized T-shirt. She's the one who can dress down -- or up -- without much fuss and still look stunning.   
Photograph: Maxim magazine cover

The one with the most sought after wardrobe

Nita Ambani

IMAGE: Chairperson and founder of Reliance Foundation Nita Ambani seems to have reversed her ageing -- she keeps looking younger and more enviable with each passing day.
Full marks to her for having some brilliant fashion moments -- she has successfully established an identity of her own -- at work and in her dress sense. 
Photograph: Rediff Archives

Newest contender in the style stakes

Dimple Yadav

IMAGE: UP CM Akhilesh Yadav's wife is one of those few politicians who takes great pains about dressing up in some gorgeous saris during campaigns, rallies, etc. Dimple's collection of handloom saris are the sort we'd love to steal. 
Photograph: Kind courtesy Dimple Yadav/Facebook

The star of her show

Shaili Chopra

IMAGE: Raise your hands if you have ever wanted to wear your hair like the way author and journalist Shaili Chopra does? She's proof of the fact that journalists don't necessarily need to carry jholas and be dressed in khadi. She's clearly not one to shy from a good styling challenge.  
Photograph: Kind courtesy Shaili Chopra/Facebook

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