Lisa Haydon is a ‘moody’ dresser

New Delhi, Aug 10 (IANS) Model-actress Lisa Haydon says her fashion statement depends on her mood and that she likes garments that are “sophisticated, slightly bohemian and comfortable”.

Asked about her fashion statement, Lisa told IANS here: “It depends on my mood. It could be jeans or it could be a dress… it just depends on the style as long as I feel good in it… dressing is a moody thing. I like stuff that are more sophisticated but slightly gipsy and bohemian… I like to be comfortable.”

The “Aisha” and “Queen” actress feels that “looking good is very important” and that “knowing how to put your look together” plays an important role.

“Fashion is changing from season to season. It’s important to know what looks good on you; how to put it together and how to present yourself in a way that feels authentic yet stylish at the same time,” she added.

Lisa, who walked the ramp for ace fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani at the BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2015, is just four films old in Bollywood. She says it’s not being about picky.

“I usually pick from what I get offered, we are doing two films now this year… so it’s just been slow and steady,” she said.

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