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  1. Camilla - The Duchess of Cornwall - chose to adopt Kate Middleton's style during her recent public appearance
  2. Actors and movies have often influenced how we style ourselves in India. That is the reason, people who are the least bit interested in fashion, style and grooming, watch films with a very keen eye, paying very close attention to detail. But just how closely do people observe? Can you identify these films from the lead actor’s beard style? View the full article
  3. We genuinely love it when we see our Indian celebrities ditch western clothes and go all desi, embracing Indian silhouettes. Whether you think of bandhgalas and achkans, or the humble dhoti, Indian celebs know how to take the ethnic route in style. Believe it or not though, as charming as most of them look, they simply don’t compare to the aristocratic charisma that Saif Ali Khan exudes. We genuinely think, that as far as Indian menswear is concerned, he truly is the King Of Bollywood (sorry Shah Rukh!). Here are a few pictures to prove that: © Facebook/saifalikhan 1. No one can deny the fact that Saif looks regal in this black outfit from Shantanu & Nikhil. We particularly like the asymmetrical silhouette of the achkan and the elaborate brooch that has been used as an accessory here. © Viral Bhayani 2. Then, there is this classic black achkan, with golden buttons. The decision to pair it with white pants and a pair of black oxfords is as elegant as styling can get. © Facebook/saifalikhan 3. Now, this is how you go monochrome. The entire outfit, from the kurta-pyjama set to his slip-ons, are all golden, but because of the manner in which they fit, and that Nehru jacket with an intricate tonal print, it does not look tacky. © Facebook/saifalikhan 4. Wearing a light shade of grey on a white kurta can be a little boring. Here, Saif shows how adding a bit of colour, either through the buttons, or a simple, but vibrant pocket square can spruce up any boring outfit, exponentially. © Viral Bhayani 5. Again, going all white can be very risky, especially since embroidery, no matter how delicate and intricate, is not always clearly visible. So what does Saif do here? He ensures that there is an element of colour, using that pink turban. © Facebook/saifalikhan 6. Mixing the best of Indian aesthetics with western silhouettes, this ensemble ticks all the boxes for aristocratic dressing. We particularly like the choice of the brown sleeveless bandhgala, which seems to be made of coarse wool. That works really well on top of a simple, white dress shirt. Oh, and those monk straps, are again, awesome. © Viral Bhayani 7. Finally, we have this magnificent bandhgala from Raghavendra Rathore. The French cuffs of the shirt, the mauve pocket square, the manner in which the buttons are held together on the bandhgala with circular toggle buttons - everything works just perfectly. Seriously, if you have a wedding or an event to attend to, and are planning to take the Indian Ethnic route, you’ve got to go with something that emulates what Saif has worn in the past. Trust us, you can’t go wrong. View the full article
  4. The thing with actors and celebrities in Bollywood is, that no matter what era you pick, there have always been people who were the harbingers of fashion and style for the general masses. That is what happens - in a country that is as obsessed with movies as India is, it is the movie stars who inspire the common people’s fashion aesthetics. © BCCL Unfortunately though, just like stardom, the status of a style icon may be short-lived, as it happened with the following men. © T-Series Here are 6 ‘forgotten’ stars from the 1980s & 1990s who were legit style icons back in the day: 1. Rahul Roy © T-Series Rahul Roy had a debut that many people dream of. His very first film, Aashiqui, was a cult classic and had a soundtrack that would rule the charts for almost a decade. This was at a time when movie music videos were becoming increasingly popular on television. He practically became a star overnight. Over the next few years, he did a good number of films, before dropping out of the scene. Ever since 1995, he would appear in a couple of films and disappear for 3-4 years. 2. Kumar Gaurav © Shemaroo Kumar Gaurav, too, had a magnificent debut with the 1981 film Love Story. There was an era where he was just churning out hit films. Naturally, the people of India took after him and started emulating his mannerisms, his hairstyle, and the way he would dress. 3. Raj Kiran © Shemaroo Raj Kiran was a proper actor’s actor. He struck just the right balance between art films and commercially viable masala films. Although he never went on to become the megastar that some of his contemporaries were, people knew that as far acting was concerned, he was in a league of his own. What many people don’t realise, is that Raj had a dope sense of style, and often would dress sharper than most of his contemporaries. 4. Deepak Tijori © BCCL Deepak Tijori too debuted with Aashiqui and went on to become an overnight star. He had developed a massive fan following after the success of the film and was seen in a number of great films through the 1990s. He had an inexplicable charm about himself, which, coupled with his sharp sense of style, ensured that his fans would often emulate the way he dressed and styled himself. 5. Chandrachur Singh © BCCL Chandrachur Singh was all set to become the next big star of the 1990s, after a number of immaculate performances in films like Tere Mere Sapne and Maachis, his earliest films. His acting career was cut short after a serious injury. Although he was recently seen in the web series Aarya, he was mainly absent from the scene. Nonetheless, back in his prime, he was a guy men would look up to, for some really dope style inspirations. 6. Sharad Kapoor © BCCL Finally, we have Sharad Kapoor. Although the man has acted in a number of films and was mainly seen as a villain or a supporting actor, he still had a massive fan following. This was somewhat unheard of for an actor who was mainly cast as the villain. He had a very raw and rustic appeal, which, coupled with his sense of fashion, made him a style icon, that almost everyone followed. View the full article
  5. Say what you will about our film industries, but the one thing that they do get right most of the times, is making cop films very interesting, whether you speak of Rohit Shetty’s cop universe, or any other film. © Reliance Entertainment Believe it or not though, as good as those films are, and as stylish as the actors playing those cops can be, they don't hold a candle to the people who are cops in real life. Heck, some of these cops should act in their own films. © Instagram/sachinatulkar_ips Here are a few real-life cops, who are giving all the Singhams and Simmbas of Indian cinema a good and hard run for their money through their style. 1. Sachin Atulkar © Instagram/sachinatulkar_ips Often dubbed as the most handsome cop in India, Sachin Atulkar is an IPS officer, who is currently posted in Madhya Pradesh. Apart from being one of the fittest cops in India, he is also one of the most impeccably dressed ones, with an amazingly sharp sense of style. 2. Naveen Kumar © facebook/naveen.kumar Naveen Kumar won the title of Mr Haryana in 2013, so that should tell you just how ripped the man is. He is currently with the Haryana Police, and is currently a senior sub-inspector. 3. Tejender Singh © facebook/tejendersingh Tejinder Singh was already a renowned bodybuilder in Punjab and Uttarakhand before he joined Uttarakhand Police in 2006. He is considered to be of the fittest policemen in India and has set many fitness records for the police, at a national level. 4. Motilal Dayma © facebook/motilaldayma Motilal Dayma is with the Madhya Pradesh Police force as a constable today, but that wasn’t his plan. Initially, he wanted to join the army and had started preparing for the fitness rounds for the NDA. However, he decided that he would be able to serve his country better, by joining the MP police force. He is currently posted in Indore. 5. Kishor Dange © facebook/kishoredange Currently a constable with the Maharashtra Police, and based in Jalna, near Aurangabad, Kishor Dange has often been called the Arnold Schwarzenegger of the Indian Police. Dange too holds a number of national records in fitness and strength tests for the police and has won a number of titles, including Mr Maharashtra, and Mr Marathwada. 6. Rubal Dhankar © Instagram/rubaldhankar Rubal Dhankar had a brief stint with reality television before he joined the Delhi Police as a constable. He has been a fitness model for a number of years prior to his stint in reality television and continues to be a major fitness influencer on social media platforms. 7. Baldev Singh © Facebook/baldevsingh 52-year-old Baldev Singh is an SHO with the Chandigarh Police and has represented India in a number of international bodybuilding competitions, including the Asian Body Building & Physique Sports Championship and the 11th World Body Building & Physique Sports Championship. He is an antithesis to the notion that only young, under-30 cops are fit, and truly is an inspiration for a number of people. 8. Deepak Sharma © Instagram/deepaksharma_jailor Finally, we have Deepak Sharma, a jailor at the Tihar prison in Delhi. His transformation from a skinny fellow, weighing just 60 Kgs, to a chiselled mass of pure muscle, weighing 90 kgs, is truly inspiring. So inspiring, in fact, that criminals that are under his charge at Tihar, often take fitness tips from him. View the full article
  6. We have had a plethora of people who started out with their acting careers pretty early in life, and then continued to entertain us with their films, and impress us with their style. There is Kunal Kemmu, Aftab Shivdasani, Imran Khan and Kamal Haasan, for example, all of whom started acting, before they were 10. © BCCL The thing is though, even though they did make their debuts at an early age, most child actors take some sort of a hiatus, and disappear from the public eye for some time, before resuming their filmmaking careers. © Facebook/ActorImranKhan These 6 child actors, however, never disappeared from the public eye. Sure, they may not have acted in films for ages now, but you can still see them pop up in TV commercials, OTT series, or YouTube videos, every now and then. Here are 6 child actors who grew up to be legit style icons: 1. Darsheel Safary © Instagram/dsafary Darsheel Safary had a debut that people can only dream of, in 2007. Since then, he has acted in a few movies and a few YouTube sketches, and music videos. Mostly though, he has stayed away from the big screen. He now has grown up to be a proper style icon, who has a dope sense of fashion. 2. Siddharth Nigam © Instagram/thesiddharthnigam Now 20, Siddharth started out with a TV commercial, before making his debut in Dhoom 3, as a young Aamir Khan. Since then, he has gone on to work in a number of television shows. In a few of these shows, he also played the male lead. He has a very vocal fan following on Instagram, all thanks to his sense of style. 3. Abhishek Sharma © Instagram/abhisheksharma_4 Remember Hrithik Roshan’s brother from Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai? Well, that’s Abhishek Sharma, who has grown up to be a model and a television star. Apart from that, he is also seen in a number of minor roles in cinemas. Given that he is an established model, and has often been a part of print and television ad campaigns, it is safe to say that he knows his style. 4. Athit Naik © Instagram/athitnaik Athit Naik was a part of a number of really good films, which included the likes of Kal Ho Naa Ho. He was also the lead actor in a number of movies that were centred around kids. Now, though, he prefers to be behind the camera and is learning the ropes of filmmaking. Take a look at his Instagram profile, and you’ll see, just how good his sense of style is. 5. Jibraan Khan © Instagram/jibraan.khan Another child actor who has taken up directing instead of acting, is Jibran Khan, the boy who played a son to Shah Rukh Khan & Kajol in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. As of late, he has been working as an assistant director to Ayan Mukerji, & reportedly, to Karan Johar as well. 6. Ali Haji © Instagram/iamalihaji As a child, Ali Haji was seen in films like Fanaa, Partner and family. After a brief hiatus, during which he was focussing on his studies, he resumed acting and worked in a number of sketches, and TV shows. He was last seen in Super 30 opposite Hrithik Roshan. Just take a quick scroll through his Instagram profile, and you’ll see a number of really tasteful and yet, hip-looking outfits. View the full article
  7. In case you’re one of the few people who still hasn’t seen The Haunting Of Bly Minor, you don’t know what you’re missing out on. As far as a horror series goes, it certainly is one of the best ones out there, and totally binge-worthy. © Netflix For us, desi folks, the one character which stands out the most, is that of Owen Sharma, played by Rahul Kohli. Kohli is a British actor of Indian descent, and let us tell you straight away, he is a style icon in the making. © Instagram/rahulkohli13 The best thing about Rahul is that he comes across as stylish and super fashionable, without trying too hard. Here are a few pictures of him, which show why he is the Internet’s latest crush: 1. Looking Good In Uniform © Warner Bros. Television Before being cast in The Haunting Of Bly Minor, Kohli was a part of a different show called iZombie, where he played Dr Ravi Chakrabarti, a character that became so popular it developed a cult following during the show. And can you really blame fans, especially if you have a doctor, who’s this good looking? BTW, he isn’t a proper doctor, but a coroner. 2. Making Nerds Look Good © Instagram/rahulkohli13 Rahul makes geeks look good. He is a massive fan of Star Wars and has often role-played as Obi-Wan Kenobi. And can we just say, he looks absolutely stunning as Obi-Wan? In fact, we’ll go as far as to say, that he should actually be cast as Obi, if they ever make a Star Wars film with him again. 3. Versatility In Facial Hair © Netflix We know actors need to be versatile when it comes to facial hair and moustaches, but it truly is surprising just how versatile can one man be. The walrus-like pornstache or chevron moustache that Rahul has, is just the latest in a series of beard & moustache styles he has donned in the past couple of years. © Instagram/rahulkohli13 Oh, BTW, we actually like how he has gone for the ultimate 60s/70s provincial look, with this grey, woollen suit and blue bow tie. That and the moustache are really something. 4. Salt & Pepper, All The Way © Instagram/rahulkohli13 Then there is the manner in which Rahul has embraced his greys. He does make salt & pepper look good, doesn’t he? © Instagram/rahulkohli13 5. Making Double-Denims Work © Instagram/rahulkohli13 Double-denims or the idea of wearing the same coloured denim jeans and a denim jacket is a tricky one. Mainly because a lot of things can go horribly wrong. Rahul going for a very dark wash for his denims, is the right way to go. Oh, and those black, lace-up boots are just spot on. View the full article
  8. We have all been there, wishing for ethnic wear to be more comfortable and for western wear to be more adaptable. Well, thanks to indo-western fashion trends, we can now get the best of both worlds. From Nehru Jackets to denims and oxfords, mixing and matching western and Indian styles is not an easy task. However, it’s no rocket science either. Especially when we are here to guide the way! Here are the best style tips on Indo-western fashion that will make you look more polished and fashionable. __ECOMLOOKS__1831__ __ECOMLOOKS__1832__ __ECOMLOOKS__1833__ __ECOMLOOKS__1834__ __ECOMLOOKS__1835__ __ECOMLOOKS__1836__ __ECOMLOOKS__1837__ The Bottomline Indo-western fashion for men is all about mixing Indian and western elements, proportionately. It’s a bit tricky but as long as you follow our tips and your own instincts, your outfit will look on point! Explore More View the full article
  9. When we talk about ethnic fashion for men and traditional Indian wear, we mostly refer to kurtas and leather sandals and flats. However, this year, fashion trends have taken a 180 degree turn. Even though sneakers are still the most popular footwear for men, kolhapuri chappals have made a huge comeback in the world of traditional fashion for men. For those of you who may not know, Kolhapuris are handcrafted leather chappals that date back to the 12th century. Yes, this fashion trend is extremely old and yet has managed to stay relevant even now. The traditional craft originated in the city of Kolhapur, Maharashtra and became popular throughout India. Here are the best Kolhapuris for men under Rs.1500 that are perfect for any ethnic occasion. 1. Brown Diamond Punching Leather Kolhapuris Starting with a classic pair of Kolhapuris, this pair is a must-have in every wardrobe. Be it a casual pooja at home or a full-blown festive party, these chappals will not disappoint you. Also, brown is definitely a more versatile option than black. __ECOMPRODUCT__684__ 2. Mustard Yellow Kapshi Leather Kolhapuris Apart from being an obviously eccentric pair, these kolhapuris are made by the local artisans of Kolhapur in Maharashtra. Not only is the brand an expert in the craft, it’s also supporting local artisans and their work. Do you need any more reason to get this pair? __ECOMPRODUCT__685__ 3. Tan Brown Leather Handmade Kolhapuris Another pair by the brand Korakari, these ones slightly more pricey, but still under your budget. Like all the others on this list, these are one of the best kolhapuri chappals for men because of their extremely comfortable cushioning, durable stitching and authentic leather quality. __ECOMPRODUCT__686__ 4. Blue Cross Strap One Toe Flat From the straight up traditional kolhapuris to slightly more modern ones, our next pick is perfect for anyone who likes to keep it simple. These kolhapuris are minimal and reflect elegance in the most subtle way. Easy to style, these flats are extremely comfortable too. __ECOMPRODUCT__687__ 5. Navy Blue Open Toe Flats Slightly unconventional, these kolhapuris are perfect for a contemporary look. Even though these flats don’t qualify as authentic kolhapuri chappals, they do take inspiration from the traditional designs. The modern take on this art form deserves a place in your wardrobe. __ECOMPRODUCT__688__ 6. Green Toe Style Handmade Leather Kolhapuri In case you want a kolhapuri chappal that is even more heavily cushioned, our next pick is perfect for you. These sandals are just as comfortable as they look. The soft premium leather will keep you comfortable even on extremely long days. __ECOMPRODUCT__689__ 7. Black Square Shaped Handmade Kolhapuri This pair of Kolhapuri chappals are great for contemporary outfits. Unlike any of the kolhapuris we have ever come across, these ones are hands down the most unique and fashionable. __ECOMPRODUCT__690__ The Bottomline There you go! These were our top picks for the best kolhapuri chappals for men under Rs.1500. A comfy companion for your ethnic attire! Explore More View the full article
  10. People often assume that in India, it is only our film industry celebrities who are the stalwarts of style and ‘the’ people to follow, if one wants to stay updated on the latest trends around style. Well, it turns out, some of our actors from the television industry, aren’t far behind. © Twitter/ParthSamthaanFans In fact, if you follow some of our TV celebrities closely on Instagram and other social media platforms, one can safely say that they are, in fact, way more stylish, and open to experimenting than the folks over at Bollywood. © Instagram/karantacker Here are 10 such Indian television actors, who are giving major Bollywood celebrities, a proper run for their money with their style. 1. Shaheer Sheikh © Instagram/shaheernsheikh Shaheer has an impeccable sense of style and is a really sharp dresser. Whether you think of Indian ethnic wear, or something with western silhouettes, he pulls off everything with unparalleled grace. 2. Karan Wahi © Instagram/karanwahi Karan, without a doubt, is one of the most stylish fashionable men in the country. He has a charm, and an innate ability to look great in just about anything. Although he does experiment with his style, you won’t be seeing him going for something over the top. 3. Zain Imam © Instagram/zainimam_official Next up, we have Zain Imam. Although Zain started his television career in 2014, he was an active model before that and has appeared in a number of TV commercials. Needless, to say, he knows a thing or two about style, and fashion. 4. Karan Tacker © Instagram/karantacker Apart from being a massive sneakerhead, Karan is a legit grooming God. Besides the way he grooms his beard, his style, his fitness and his chiselled physique are a few other things that his fans just swoon over. 5. Shakti Arora © Instagram/shaktiarora Now, here’s a guy who isn’t afraid to experiment with his style. Normally, people will try sticking to the stuff they know that works best for them. Shakti, on the other hand, seems to be of the opinion of making things work in your favour, whether it suits your intrinsic style or not. Just browse through his IG profile, and you’ll see outfits as varied as they can be. 6. Parth Samthaan © Twitter/ParthSamthaanFans Although Parth has been a part of the Indian television industry for quite some time now, the recent surge in his popularity and appeal is largely due to the recent shows that he has signed, and of course, an amazing sense of style. From streetwear to smart casuals, if you’re looking for some serious style inspiration, he is the person to follow. 7. Nakuul Mehta © Instagram/nakuulmehta Finally, we have Nakuul Mehta. He has one of the best beard grooming routines in the industry and that shows. From an evening shadow-styled stubble to a full-fledged, full-faced beard, the man knows how to make beards look super cool, no matter what the length. Oh, and as for his style, well, his Instagram profile can serve as a look-book and a style guide, for men, no matter what the occasion. View the full article
  11. Rahul Dev is an actor and former model. His versatile discography includes films in the Hindi, Punjabi, Bhojpuri, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Tamil, and Telugu film industries. We love his sharp sense of style that is also apparent on his Instagram page. So, we caught up with the star to learn more about him and his natural sense of style. © Instagram/Rahul Dev 1. What is your personal style statement like? It can be defined as rather functional with quirky elements thrown around here and there. My ideal outfit would be a pair of jeans with a solid white t-shirt. I also love Rajesh Pratap and identify with his designs. © Instagram/Rahul Dev 2. Who is your style icon? I really admire James Dean. 3. What's your go-to date night outfit? It depends on the place that I'm going to and if they have a theme. © Instagram/Rahul Dev 4. One wardrobe staple that you can't do without? I love vibrant colours and prefer that my outfits that have colour in them. 5. What's the one fashion trend you don't understand? I don't understand the metallic trend and especially metallic sneakers. They're way too shiny. © Instagram/Rahul Dev 6. Boots or sneakers? I prefer sneakers. © Instagram/Rahul Dev 7. Minimalism or maximalism? I like to keep things minimalistic. © Instagram/Rahul Dev 8. A fashion trend that you like? I am a fan of home-grown brands and traditions. For example, natural fabrics like khadi and brushed jute prove to be great silhouettes. © Instagram/Rahul Dev 9. Can you talk about your beard grooming routine and skincare routine? I swear by L'Occitane and believe that investing in grooming products can really turn your beard game around. © Instagram/Rahul Dev 10. We noticed that you've tried different beard styles, which one is your favourite? My favourite beard style is the sprouted stubble (which is unsculpted, non-coloured & natural). Currently, I am sporting a beard because of work commitments. © Instagram/Rahul Dev 11. Any gender-bending trends that you love? I love gender-neutral designs, especially in the loungewear universe. View the full article
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  13. When we talk about loungewear in general and shorts and PJs in particular, it really comes down to the fabric and the print of the silhouette. Some people go all out with wild prints, others stick to minimal and subtle designs. Regardless of whether you choose a pair of pajamas or a pair of shorts, the prints you choose can sometimes reflect your personality as well. While some people might play it safe with mainstream hues like dark blue or brown, or predictable ones like black, there are people who are open to trying out off-key outfits. Case in point, Ibrahim Ali Khan. Take a look at his outfit here. © Viral Bhayani Recently, Ibrahim Ali Khan stepped out in the most quirky pair of shorts we've seen this year. The pair had a pinstriped print in blue, usually seen on formals, making them unusual on shorts. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, when going out means taking tonnes of precautions like wearing a mask and a face shield, keeping a sanitiser accessible, a pair of pinstriped shorts prove to be rather convenient and comfortable at the same time. © Viral Bhayani Moreover, we believe that the pinstriped print remains largely unexplored and has huge potential. Not just on shorts, but in terms of other silhouettes as well. The print suits almost everyone and stands out instantly. View the full article
  14. There is no point denying the fact that most Indian men do not age well. We lose our hair, most of our teeth start falling off, and no matter how fit we were in our 20s and 30s, we get a rather sizeable paunch when we get old. Having said that, not all Indian men go through such a transformation. © Instagram/anilskapoor In fact, if these 9 male celebrities are anything to go by, we can safely say that if we take proper care of ourselves, and do all the right things, in a timely manner, we too can age like fine wine: 1. Chiranjeevi- 65 © Instagram/alwaysramcharan Yup, Chiranjeevi is 65-years-old. Now, we’re not saying that he looks 24, that would be an exaggeration, but does the man look a day older than 40? We don’t think so. Just look at the photo of him, next to Ram Charan. This makes it even harder to believe that he is 65, doesn’t it? 2. Anil Kapoor- 63 © Viral Bhayani We have said this before, and we will say it again - Anil Kapoor is India’s Benjamin Button. At 63, his grooming routine and glow up surely puts 30-year-old men to shame. Seriously, how does he manage to do that? 3. Akkineni Nagarjuna- 61 © Twitter/iamnagarjuna Nagarjuna keeps things simple and safe when it comes to style. What has us piqued, is the manner in which he takes care of himself. How is it possible that, at 61, the man looks not a day older than 40? Just how? 4. Mammootty- 69 © Instagram/mammootty Okay, in what universe does this man look like he’s nearing 70? Always a sharp dresser, and someone who has an immaculate grooming routine, Mammootty, in spite of being 68, clearly trumps most guys half his age, when it comes to style. 5. Kamal Haasan- 65 © AFP Here’s another superstar from down south who has managed to defy the visible signs of age all through his life. His sense of style is surely not that of a 65-year-old man. And if we’re being honest, neither is the way he grooms himself. 6. Jackie Shroff- 63 © Viral Bhayani Just consider how carefree and easygoing Jackie Shroff is in the manner in which he styles himself. How many people do you know, who are over the age of 60, and dress in a manner that is as dapper and stylish as him? None? I rest my case. 7. Amitabh Bachchan- 77 © Instagram/amitabhbachchan Amitabh Bachchan has been showing us how to dress in style since the 1970s, and there was no way he was not going to be on this list. The truly remarkable thing about Bachchan Sr is the fact that he dresses like a 35-year-old, just as effortlessly as he does for a 70-year-old. Now that’s what we call style. In fact, in just a few weeks, he’ll turn the most stylish and fashionable 78-year-old in India. 8. Boman Irani- 60 © Instagram/boman_irani Yup, Boman Irani, is 60 years of age. Even though he may not be as flamboyant in his style choices and dressing sense as some of the other men in this list, Boman manages to exude charm and elegance that is really hard to come by otherwise. If you’re looking for style tips on how to dress classy, this is the man you ought to follow. View the full article
  15. Aditya Roy Kapoor has a lot going on right now. He has already resumed work on films like Anurag Basu's Ludo and Ek Villian 2 along with John Abraham. He has already started stepping out more often for work now. © Viral Bhayani Amid Unlock 4 as people are still adapting to the 'new normal', even Bollywood has started following the COVID-19 precautions down to the t as work has kickstarted in a phased manner. Aditya Roy Kapoor too, taking precautions seriously, is rarely ever seen without a mask. © Viral Bhayani However, it's important to note that there is a stark difference in the pre-pandemic and post-pandemic world. Many things that we were able to do without thinking twice are not practical in a world now, where we're still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. © Viral Bhayani This also holds true for a lot of choices that people make. For example, even in Bollywood, people have moved on from statement outfits to more elementary and functional fashion. Even the likes of Ranveer Singh, Varun Dhawan, and Tiger Shroff. have started stepping out in athleisure-themed outfits. © Viral Bhayani But with Aditya Roy Kapoor, that's not the case. His effortless outfits are his way of relating to his audience. In the pandemic, wearing home clothes has become the 'new normal'. We're talking Pjs, ghar ke chappal, sweatpants, and cargo shorts. © Viral Bhayani In line with that tradition, Aditya was seen wearing a Jordan vest with a pair of grey coordinated cargo shorts and brown slide-ons. He's not the only one who follows this aesthetic, even John Abraham is a fan of this new effortless aesthetic. © Viral Bhayani We also believe it's important to normalise wearing ghar ke kapde outside this year, considering there are far too many precautions to follow. We're glad that celebrities like Aditya Roy Kapur and John Abraham are leading the way. View the full article
  16. Vaibhav Talwar is popularly known for his roles in films like Love Breakups Zindagi, Teen Patti, and Mausam. He has also modelled for major labels in the past. We love his sense of his quirky and eclectic sense of style that is apparent on his Instagram feed. So, we caught up with him to learn more about his sense of style. 1. What is your personal style statement like? It's definitely casual, always casual. © Instagram/Vaibhav Talwar 2. Who is your style icon? I would say, Brad Pitt, he has got the right mix of classic & edgy. © Instagram/Vaibhav Talwar 3. What's your go-to date night outfit? Whatever my wife approves! © Instagram/Vaibhav Talwar 4. One wardrobe staple that you can't do without? A pair of black jeans and a white T-shirt. © Instagram/Vaibhav Talwar 5.What's the one fashion trend you don't understand? I really don’t get big, chunky sneakers. © Instagram/Vaibhav Talwar 6. Boots or sneakers? It would be sneakers. Almost all shoes I own are sneakers and 90% of them are Onitsuka Tigers! © Instagram/Vaibhav Talwar 7. Minimalism or maximalism? Minimalism. © Instagram/Vaibhav Talwar 8. A fashion trend that you like? I love how a lot of people are wearing brightly coloured sneakers these days. My favourite trend if to pair my yellow or red tigers with basic jeans and a white/black T-shirt. © Instagram/Vaibhav Talwar 9. Can you talk about your grooming/ skincare routine? I do this thing that I call ‘The Spa Sundays!’, where every Sunday I don’t really go to a spa, but I oil my hair, get a shave, and put a homemade face mask. I have recently made an attempt to use SLS (Sodium lauryl sulphate) free products, so my shampoo and soap is from this brand Juicy Chemistry, their products are all-natural in the real sense! © Instagram/Vaibhav Talwar 10. Any gender-bending trends that you love? I have recently seen some lovely floral men’s shoes, which I wouldn’t mind trying. View the full article
  17. Crew cuts are one of the most common hairstyles that men tend to go for if they are looking for a hairstyle that is non-flamboyant and a little conservative. Even though it is considered a ‘safe’ haircut, it has a number of variations that actually look quite dapper. © Twitter/alluarjun In fact, most of these variations, actually look good on all Indian men, no matter what their face shape or skin tone is. © Facebook/BachchanJrFanClub We pick a few of these crew cut styles that we think you all ought to try, at least once. 1. The Regular Crew Cut © Instagram/sunielshetty With the regular crew cut, there is no prominent fade involved. Just ask your barber to trim the hair on the sides and the back of your head, such that they are shorter than the hair on the top of your head. It’s as simple as that. 2. The High Fade Crew Cut © Instagram/virat.kohli Like Virat Kohli here, you can actually combine a few other styles to come up with your own variant. Just ensure that for the crew cut part of this hairstyle, ask your barber to trim your hair really short, and to make the fade line about 3 inches on top of your ear. The more aggressive the fade, the better this looks. 3. The Dark Fade Crew Cut © Instagram/vickykaushal09 Compare Virat’s fade with that of Vicky. Vicky’s fade is a lot denser and darker. The best thing about this one is that Vicky actually got this haircut from Sunny, his brother, during the lockdown. Such a crew cut goes really well with the slightly curly hair that Vicky has. 4. Crew Cut With A Pompadour © Twitter/ayushmannk Remember we said that you can actually combine a number of other hairstyles with a crew cut if you play around with the length of your hair at the top? Well, how about adding a pompadour to your crew cut, like Ayushmannn here? That is one super stylish way to amp things up. 5. The Blended Crew Cut © Twitter/teamakshay This one is quite similar to the first one, apart from a few minor details. First of all, the hair on the sides and the back will be a little shorter than the first one. Secondly, instead of keeping your hair long on the top of your head, you need to keep them considerably shorter, but not as short as the hair on your side. 6. Crew Cut With A Low Buzzed Fade © Twitter/arjunk26 The crew cut with a low buzzed fade is one of the easier styles to go for. You don’t need to push the fade too high, but you need to get the fade in an aggressive manner. Trim your hair as short you can possibly go, without shaving your hair off. If you have densely growing hair, this looks particularly good. 7. The Step-Faded Crew Cut © Twitter/alluarjun Forget the scar-like line for a moment when you consider Allu Arjun’s photo here. Notice that the fade is layered in two portions which meet abruptly. Your barber will need to be patient with this one, but trust us, if you get it right, it’s totally worth the effort. The fade has to be low on this one. The second ‘tier’ will be longer than the buzzed part. The hair on the top of your head should be longer. View the full article
  18. There must be at least dozens of actors who have taken up the role of Sherlock Holmes, arguably the most famous detective ever. On top of that, there have been several other detectives that have been based on him. After all, the character was unparalleled in his skills as a detective. © Warner Bros. Pictures Believe it or not, though, Sherlock Holmes was as much about solving crimes and fighting Professor Moriarty as much as he was about appearances and style. With that being said, each of the actors who took up the mantle, played with style and fashion, in their own unique way, similar to the way they portrayed the character. © Netflix We rank the 6 best Sherlocks Holmes on the basis of their style and fashion sense, from the worst to the best. © Miramax Robert Downey Jr In Sherlock Holmes (2009), & Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011) © Warner Bros. Pictures Robert Downey Jr played Sherlock in the most unique manner. Never have we seen a Sherlock Holmes, who was so comfortable in dressing up like a tramp, all the time. Don’t get us wrong, we really love his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes and would sit down to watch it on any given day. But his slack of personal grooming, and dressing up shabbily was just an eyesore. Jonny Lee Miller In Elementary (2012-2019) © CBS Television Distribution Jonny Lee Miller was quite a stylish Sherlock if we’re being honest. Given that this is a rendition of Sherlock Holmes, if he was in New York in the mid-2010s, Jonny had some really tastefully creates ensembles. We particularly like the manner in which he would go for very sleek looking silhouettes, and would button up the top button of his shirt, while not wearing a tie. There was a touch of old-school charm, in this rather modern and contemporary portrayal of Sherlock. Henry Cavill in Enola Holmes (2020) © Netflix Although the movie isn’t out yet, going by the trailer of Enola Holmes, we have to say, Henry Cavill looks amazing in an outfit from the late 1800s or the late Victorian period. The Victorian collars, the bow-ties, the three-piece three buttoned suits - all of these has really got us humming. However, it is Henry Cavill’s curly hair that steals the show for us. Just how good is that hairstyle, right? Jeremy Brett in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1984-1994) © ITV Granada Now, if you truly are a fan of Sherlock Holmes, you just have to watch Jeremy Brett’s Sherlock Holmes. All cinephiles and proper fans of Sherlock Holmes would agree that Jeremy Brett’s portrayal of Sherlock has become the definitive Sherlock Holmes. His portrayal as his sense of style was as classy as things could get. Ian McKellen in Mr Holmes (2015) © Miramax Ian McKellen played a rather old and aged Sherlock Holmes in Mr Holmes. The stovepipe hat and club collared shirts may seem antiquated now, but they do not look out of place at all. Seriously, his portrayal of the sleuth really made us wish that the aesthetics from this era made a comeback. Benedict Cumberbatch in Sherlock (2010-2017) © BBC You had to have seen this one coming. Without a doubt Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock Holmes was the best, all things considered. If you really want a masterclass on suiting up with panache and an unparalleled sharpness, we suggest you rewatch the series. And that black overcoat (yes, it’s an overcoat, not a trenchcoat) that he wore has its own separate fanbase. View the full article
  19. There’s no denying that loafers are one of the most versatile shoes for men, but one can often get confused about whether they should wear loafers with their formals or casuals. If this sounds like a familiar dilemma to you, then read on as we settle the formal vs casual loafers dispute once and for all. What’s The Difference?Loafers started as casual shoes, and over the years have become more stylish and well designed, and have been accepted into the formal shoe world as well. You can pair them with literally anything in your wardrobe. But that’s not all, they can elevate your casual looks too and also goes perfectly with your formals. Because of their versatile nature, it is unfair to put loafer under a particular category (casual or formal). Nonetheless, here’s a simple classification. Most loafers come in leather or suede upper. The leather loafers are mostly considered formal because of their sophisticated built and looks. The suede loafers exude a more casual or outdoorsy vibe. Let’s get into the details of each of the six types of loafers for men. Pump LoafersThese loafers are strictly formal and should be worn with a tuxedo or formal black suit. They feature a black shiny upper and a low-cut design. Perfect for weddings or strict formal affairs. Definitely not for everyday wear. __ECOMPRODUCT__444__ Horsebit LoafersUnlike pump loafers for men that can only be worn with a tux or black suit, Horsebit loafers can be paired with any type of formal wear. These loafers are considered more dressy than the rest, however, they can also be teamed with semi-formals and smart casuals. __ECOMPRODUCT__445__ Penny LoafersSome fashion gurus might not agree on penny loafers falling after Horsebit loafers on the formality scale, however, we believe that it depends on the material you choose. The leather ones definitely exude a formal demeanor, but suede loafers which are quite the style demand these days have more of a casual vibe. __ECOMPRODUCT__446__ Belgian LoafersOriginally, Belgian loafers were made for indoor use as slippers. But after the makeover into a dressy alternative, Belgian loafers can now elevate your casual outfits and make the perfect pair to your formals. These loafers come in premium soft-sole which makes it an ideal choice for everyday wear. __ECOMPRODUCT__447__ Tassel LoafersTassel loafers may fall at the end of the spectrum, but they are the most versatile of all. It might not be a wise choice for a black-tie event, but you can pair them with casuals, semi-formals and everything in-between. __ECOMPRODUCT__448__ Slipper LoafersSlipper loafers are closest to the original incarnation of loafers. After their makeover from casual to formal, they were considered strictly formal and worn with suits and tuxedos. However, the fad faded quickly. Now slipper loafers are seen with mostly chinos and shorts. These loafers feature suede or velvet upper which makes them casual in appearance. __ECOMPRODUCT__449__ BottomlineLoafers for men are growing in popularity and there are many designs and variations available now. And we can’t say enough that they are the most versatile shoes out there. Formal or casual, loafers can give a classy and stylish touch to your look. However, while thinking formals it wise to go for leather loafers for men. For casuals, you can experiment with any style, design, or pattern according to your mood and fancy. Explore More View the full article
  20. For ambitious and self-driven individuals, upgrading their cars is borne of aspiration. It isn’t just a mode of conveyance; it represents a step-up in life, being able to enhance the comfort of your loved ones, and underlining that you have arrived. That, in a microcosm, is what the New Dzire 2020 represents. It has a striking appearance, true sedan styling, interiors that signify indulgence, and a character that is subtle yet majestic. Here’s what makes the New 2020 Dzire the perfect car of you: Move Up In Style Maruti Suzuki Driving in style is always desirable. With its elegant silhouette, Bold Front Fascia, Auto-Foldable ORVMs, and Led Projector headlamps & DRLs, the New 2020 Dzire looks classy in every sense of the word. Step in and you’ll witness the plush beige interiors that are complemented by an exclusive wood finish and natural gloss effect on the dashboard. The upholstery with premium trims & champagne accents gives the sedan a premium look. Equipped with Superior TechnologyExperience automotive technology that is in sync with the times! The New 2020 Dzire has a coloured Multi-Information Display that makes accessing information easier, Auto Gear Shift which makes every drive effortless, and Cruise Control that enhances the overall driving convenience. Making the New 2020 Dzire more fuel-efficient is the Idle Stop-Start function. This feature turns off the engine when the car is in idle at a standstill (at traffic lights), and turns it on again when you depress the clutch. This along with the advanced Dualjet, Dual VVT petrol engine helps the Dzire deliver the best-in-class mileage of 24.12 km/l*. Sounds like the complete package, right? But, there is more! Interiors That Impress Maruti Suzuki The interiors of the New Dzire 2020 are a sight to behold. Plush, airy and spacious, the sedan has ample legroom and headroom to ensure comfort during long drives and hectic city traffic. The rear AC vent and rear armrest with cupholder make sure that everyone is comfortable in the back seats. How can we forget about music! The Smartplay Studio System with steering mounted controls in the New 2020 Dzire ensures that entertainment is at your fingertips. In a nutshell, the New 2020 Dzire is the perfect amalgamation of style, comfort and technology, making it the ideal car for you and your family. Still not convinced? Book a test drive and see for yourself. *Company-claimed mileage figures that are stated on the brand website for AMT variants. View the full article
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  22. Paresh Rawal is perhaps one of the most underrated artists of yesteryear. Yet, despite often finding himself essaying supporting roles, he created a dedicated fan following for himself by delivering supremely entertaining acts. © T-Series Over a career spanning 25 years, Paresh Rawal has portrayed many memorable characters which only went on to become some of his signature performances. He has made us bend over with laughter, and also given us a fresh pair of eyes to look at this world differently. He can be serious, but there is no denying this manâs charm when it comes to comedy. So in keeping with some of his greatest performances, here are 6 iconic roles played by Paresh Rawal that remain unforgettable to this day, amongst many of his other good work. 1. Teja - Andaz Apna Apna © Vinay-pictures There is no coming back from Tejaâs antics once you have laid your eyes on him. He is supposed to be the âbad guyâ and yet successfully manages to crack us up. So even when you know he will eventually lose this battle, you want him to stay around a bit longer. 2. Baburao - Hera Pheri © AG-Films Baburao Ganpatrao Apte aka Babu Bhaiya needs no introduction. Hera Pheri is most definitely one of the best things that happened to our generation at the turn of the century, and Babu Bhaiya is one of the major reasons why the movie turned into a cult classic, immortalising âyeh Baburao ka style hai.â 3. Somnath - Golmaal © Shree-Ashtavinayak Sure, Golmaal was fun because of the awesome-foursome made up by Gopal, Madhav, Laxman and Lucky, but letâs admit it, it wouldnât have been as entertaining if not for Somnath uncle. As the old, blind man Somnath, Paresh Rawal created the perfect subplot and the perfect element of dramedy which made the film 10 times extra fun! 4. Gogi Arora/ Dr Handa/Lucky's Dad - Oye Lucky, Lucky Oye © UTV-Motion-Pictures Well, speaking of unforgettable performances by Paresh Rawal, it would have been an absolute shame to not mention his triple role in this movie. Paresh Rawal secured a special place for himself within the hearts of the fans who swear by this movieâs charms. Apart from playing Luckyâs father, Rawal introduced different layers of conceit and humour to the film as Gogi Arora and Dr Handa. Truly memorable this one. 5. Lambodar Chacha - Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? © Warner-Bros-Picture You cannot understand the depth of feeling towards Lambodar Chacha unless youâve seen him in action in this film. Lambodar Chacha really makes you taste a number of emotions ranging from pure discomfort, to crippling laughter and raging annoyance all within a span of little over an hour. But you still wish to hang on to this affectionate old man, despite it all. 6. Kanjibhai - OMG - Oh My God © Grazing-Goat-Pictur Sure, Akshay Kumar was a key player in the film, but who can deny the fact that without Kanjibhai playing the nemesis to Godâs âtrue messengersâ, the film would never have had the kind of impact it had. Kanjibhaiâs fight against blind faith and âreligious businessâ offered a clear view of our society that we all knew existed, but ignored for our own peace. Only to feel ashamed by it when left exposed by Kanjibhai. Absolute marvel! Well, these are a few roles played by Paresh Rawal that we thought are absolutely unforgettable. Do you have any personal favourites that should have been on the list? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
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