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The no-non­sense ques­tion ex­pert, Sune­tra Choud­hury, is known to ask tough ques­tions with a sen­si­tiv­ity few can com­bine. She is of­ten seen on screen wear­ing stylish smart ca­su­als like a full­sleeved checked shirt with well-fit­ted pants ac­ces­sorised with a per­sonal quirk. Be­ing a TV an­chor, she likes work­ing with bright and solid colours that the cam­era de­mands, but doesn’t mind flirt­ing with some white every now and then. Her hair is cut short and adds author­ity to her de­meanour, and she prefers wear­ing a dash of deep-coloured lip gloss.

What you wear to work: Wide-legged­pants and­crop tops,or a pair of re­dor green trousers

If you have an im­por­tant meet­ing, you’d wear… Heels,for cer­tain,a fem inine top with no-non­sense pants and­bright lip­stick!

When go­ing for a job in­ter­view, the most ap­pro­pri­ate out­fit is: Any­thing that doesn’t look like you’ve worked­too hardto ar­rive at.

The most out­ra­geous out­fit for a news­room is: Out­ra­geous is sub­jec­tive,but Isaw a girl wear a slit dress while on as­signm ent in London!

Colours that work in a cor­po­rate set-up: All colours work,as long as you can pull it off and like it,why not wear it?

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