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  1. When it comes to style, it's what you make it. And the new rules are pretty much that there are none. While winter colours have traditionally always been earthier, toned-down hues, the last few seasons have seen the world veering towards a more colourful palette. And, thank God! We went through the list of the most trending hues this winter, and found you matching ones of celebrities donning the same. Earthy, with pops of colour, electric blue, baby pink, and more, playing dress up this winter promises to be anything but boring, much like this crazy, but oh-so-fun bunch of actors. __ECOMLOOKS__79__ __ECOMLOOKS__80__ __ECOMLOOKS__81__ __ECOMLOOKS__82__ __ECOMLOOKS__83__ __ECOMLOOKS__84__ __ECOMLOOKS__85__ __ECOMLOOKS__86__ __ECOMLOOKS__87__ __ECOMLOOKS__88__ View the full article
  2. Australia´s spin bowler Nathan Lyon (C) celebrates his wicket of Pakistan´s batsman Shan Masood with teammates. Photo: AFPADELAIDE: Spin king Nathan Lyon snared five wickets, including dangerous half-century makers Shan Masood and Asad Shafiq,...
  3. We have established that Maniesh Paul, Indian television's de facto host and anchor, who now has his own celebrity game show, is a massive sneakerhead. So much so, that often, he has been spotted wearing some really unique and hands down, some of the quirkiest sneakers. © Instagram/manieshpaul Even someone like Ranveer Singh or Karan Johar for that matter do not hold a candle to his sneakers. Well this time, it seems Maniesh has outsmarted his own sneaker street cred, with a downright bizarre, and definitely one of the most interesting sneaker silhouettes we have seen this year. © Viral Bhayani Maniesh was recently spotted with his family at the Mumbai Airport. Although it seems that the Paul's are a family of sneakerheads with Yeezys and Converses all around, it was Maniesh's sneakers that caught our eye, for they looked like they were children's sneakers © Viral Bhayani The sneakers he is wearing has a rather convoluted silhouette and structure and has just a fleeting resemblance to a sneaker. It looks a mix between crocs, sneakers and sport sandals. The particular pair that Maniesh is wearing is actually a pair of Nike's. The sneakers come courtesy of the collaboration between LeBron James and the shoemaker. These sneakers are a part of the collab's Soldier line-up and are called the Nike X LeBron Soldier IX. © Hypebeast Just in case if you're wondering how much exactly do they retail for, they aren't that expensive, especially when you consider that they come as the result of a collaboration between a basketball legend. © Reuters The sneakers, when they were new, would retail for $180 or roughly around Rs 14,000. However, as of writing this piece, the sneakers are available with a number of major international online e-tailers for less than half of its original asking price. © Hypebeast Coming to the rest of the outfit, Maniesh is wearing a really vibrant and off-the-wall yellow jacket, which sits in contrast with the rather sombre track pants from Tommy Hilfiger that he's wearing. © Viral Bhayani All in all, that's one heck of an outfit, and the sneakers, in particular, are pieces that we wouldn't mind copping. View the full article
  4. Naseem Shah. Photo: FilePERTH: The Pakistan cricket team donned black armbands on day day of their tour match against Australia A in respect for Naseem Shah's mother who passed away last night.The sixteen-year-old who hails from Dir, is part of...
  5. When it comes to street style and athleisure, no one really pushes the envelope like Ayushmann Khurrana. Thanks to the immensely talented stylist that Isha Bhansali is, this should not come as a surprise. However, that does not mean that his outfits no longer turn heads. © Instagram/ishabhansali On the contrary, his ensembles are getting more radical and idiosyncratic by the day. © Instagram/ishabhansali At a time when all major fashion brands and the industry itself is desperately trying to come up with more sustainable practices, Ayushmann, in his outfit for the New Delhi premiere for his latest film, Bala, seems to be showing that sustainable fashion, and clothes made from recyclable materials, can not only be extremely fashion-centric but also the necessary way forward. © Instagram/ishabhansali Ayushmann was dressed in a very basic set of white t-shirt and pants, and coupled a rather sweet looking pair of white chunky sneakers with it. On top of this basic outfit, he threw on a rather dope looking translucent, dual-toned shacket. © Instagram/ishabhansali The shacket, t-shirt and the pants come courtesy of SIX5SIX, an up and coming sportswear and street wear brand, that has been doing some really interesting experiments and coming up with some mind-bogglingly good sartorial pieces. © Instagram/thedrip.six5six What we love about the jacket is the fact that how each of the dual layers pops up and stands out, thanks to its neon colours. We also love the quasi-functional vibe that the shacket lends to the overall outfit. © Instagram/ishabhansali Coming to the sneaker, they clearly are one of the most aggressively panelled pair we have ever seen. These are the Original Track Trainers in White from Balenciaga. These Balenciagas, when they were new, retailed for about $895, or Rs 65,000. Let's just leave it at that. © Mr Porter Luckily, the simplistic colour of the sneakers does a really good job of hiding the number of layers and panels that make up the body. © Mr Porter The colour, however, does add some awe and further aggravates the 'chunkiness' of the sneakers. The technical panels do make a rather interesting silhouette. © Instagram/ishabhansali All in all, we really like the technical clothing-meets-street wear vibe that this ensemble is going for. Kudos Ayushmann and Isha, job well done. View the full article
  6. The Power Department Office in Uttar Pradesh's Banda district saw an unusual sight on Monday. Employees of the electricity department were seen wearing helmets while doing their routine jobs on their desks. The decrepit condition of the building, with holes in the roof and papers and files scattered across a room that doesn't have any cupboards and drawers, forced the employees to take such a bizarre step. According to ANI, the employees said they wore helmets as they thought the roof of the building would crash anytime on their heads and the helmet was the only way to protect themselves. ANI also tweeted a picture of the incident and that's how the whole thing surfaced on the internet. “Banda: Employees of electricity dept wear helmets to protect themselves from any untoward incident while working in a dilapidated office building. One of the employees says, "It's the same condition since I joined 2 yrs ago. We've written to authorities but there is no response", the tweet read. Banda: Employees of electricity dept wear helmets to protect themselves from any untoward incident while working in dilapidated office building. One of the employees says,"It's the same condition since I joined 2 yrs ago. We've written to authorities but there is no response". pic.twitter.com/S3MYarY6zi — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) November 4, 2019 The pictures, clearly, show the bad condition of the building and only a pillar in the middle of the room is holding everything together. With the images spreading on the internet like wildfire, netizens have been reacting in droves and commenting on the post saying that the authorities aren't providing a safe working environment for the employees. Banda: Employees of electricity dept wear helmets to protect themselves from any untoward incident while working in dilapidated office building. One of the employees says,"It's the same condition since I joined 2 yrs ago. We've written to authorities but there is no response". pic.twitter.com/S3MYarY6zi — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) November 4, 2019 This is how cost cutting should be applied in our country. Thanks Yogi ji for this ð — ShivSainik Nimo (@niiravmodi) November 5, 2019 500 cr ka statue bana dega yogi lekin 5 lakh laga k ek sarkari kamra nhi. — Ankit Sri (@AnkitSr89) November 4, 2019 Guess where is all the public money going? — Tushar Katyal (@tusharkatyal_) November 4, 2019 Shameful... Hope @ptshrikant @CMOfficeUP and @myogiadityanath ji are listening... Pl. pull up the authorities who are not responding to such requests... — Amit Bhandari (@bahraichse) November 4, 2019 All we can hope is that the UP Government looks into the matter and find a solution to this or maybe renovate the office, as the employees lives are at stake. View the full article
  7. Most actors in Bollywood have an impressive sneakers collection. This is possible with multiple brand associations, sourcing and sometimes even a genuine interest in collecting sneakers. Whatever the reason may be, as long as we get to spot really cool ones regularly, we really don't mind. For instance, Ayushmann Khurrana, recently, for the promotion of his film Bala (which is going to release on 7 November 2019) wore an outfit that is definitely worth talking about. Ayushmann wore a bright red puffer bomber by Onitsuka Tiger, beneath which he wore a white t-shirt by Fila. And to complete this look, he paired it with sneakers in red-black colours by Louboutin. This stellar outfit is courtesy of his stylist Isha Bhansali. Here, take a look. (C) Isha Bhansali (c) Isha Bhansali But what's fascinating about the outfit is the fact that his chunky sneakers by Louboutin are called Kiddo Orlato and are priced at $850 which comes to around Rs 60,000. The label's inspiration for the sneakers comes from children's school sneakers that have Velcro attached to them because they don't know how to properly tie their laces. (c) Isha Bhansali In fact, not just one, this silhouette has three velcro straps instead of the laces. Along with this, they're also mounted on a white rubber sole and are crafted in beehive-embossed patent leather. So it looks like he's practically wearing children's sneakers. It really isn't a surprise that Ayushmann Khurrana is experimenting with out-of-the-box aesthetics with his outfits lately, especially at a time when one of his most unconventional films, Bala is about to release. Both onscreen and offscreen, the 34-year-old actor has time and again proven that he isn't afraid to experiment with newer and fresher trends, which also clearly reflects in his sartorial choices in life. View the full article
  8. We don't know what exactly it is but from a sartorial perspective, Shahid Kapoor and his stylist Anisha Jain have just been slaying every public appearance this year. © Instagram/theanisha From one heck of a GOT-inspired kurta, to perhaps one of the most tastefully created ensembles that we have seen at award ceremonies this year, 2019 has definitely been Shahid's year. And this comes even if you don't consider the massive hit that Kabir Singh was. © Instagram/theanisha For one of the numerous Diwali parties that Shahid and Mira attended this year, Shahid was dressed in an impeccable cream-coloured kurta, that, quite honestly, was one of the better ones that we have seen this year. © Instagram/shahidkapoor The sartorial masterpiece comes courtesy of Kunal Rawal, and we have to say, calling the kurta elegant, would be a major understatement. © Instagram/shahidkapoor First, there's the embroidery that we have to consider. Simple, and yet exquisite, we really like the way it stands out against the silk, cream coloured base. Then, there's the construction of the kurta itself. With an open placket, and a shirt like construction, the kurta has an uncommon appeal, which should be popular, come this year's wedding season. © Instagram/shahidkapoor And finally, there's the way that Shahid is wearing the kurta in the most carefree and faux-blase manner. That, along with the folded and the exaggerated cuffs, make the kurta a piece that should find a place in every guy's closet. © Instagram/shahidkapoor We also have to consider the darkly tanned oxfords that Anisha has paired the kurta with. It seems that chappals and mojaris, are passe, and this year, we will see a lot of ensembles wherein men pair monk straps and kurtas. Not that we're complaining or anything, the pairing does look good, and has a regal appeal to it. Speaking of all things regal, we also have to consider Ishaan Khatter and his all-black, monochrome outfit. Trust us when we say this if you are planning to pull a monochrome look, using an ethnic attire, this is surely the way to go. © Instagram/shahidkapoor A relaxed fitting kurta, with intricate embroideries, sure draws attention and in a good way. Plus, we really like the understated black oxfords that have been paired with the kurta set. All in all, a really well thought out ensemble that, honestly, should help you thoroughly this wedding season. View the full article
  9. There must be a lot of out-of-the-box' ideas to prevent students from cheating during exams, but this particular 'out-of-the-box' idea is putting kids in a box, literally. During an exam at Bhagat Pre-University College in Haveri, Karnataka, someone had the genius idea of making all the students wear cardboard boxes on their heads. Yep, legit boxes on everyone's head with just a cutout in the front so they could just see their papers. It already sounds so hilarious - and just a lil bit sad - but what actually makes it better is that there are pictures of it. It's the best thing anyone will see today, I can guarantee it. Karnataka: Students were made to wear cardboard boxes during an exam at Bhagat Pre-University College in Haveri, reportedly to stop them from cheating. (16.10.2019) pic.twitter.com/lPR5z0dsUs — ANI (@ANI) October 18, 2019 Apparently, during last year's exams, students didn't stop cheating even after repeated warnings, so this was the solution that the college came up with. I mean, there could have been more steps before resorting to literally putting people in boxes, but oh well. The incident, obviously, went somewhat viral and the pictures are gold, tbh. There are so many hilarious reactions and at least the students' suffering wasn't in vain. Legendary behaviour, truly. Kids Adults Legends pic.twitter.com/wJGkR8oaHe — IRONY MAN (@karanku100) October 18, 2019 Part two. Kids write school exams Adults write Board exams Legends write cardboard exams — Sagar (@sagarcasm) October 18, 2019 Deserves it. pic.twitter.com/Emoj7iR9Ji — AG (@AmBoozed) October 18, 2019 The only exception. She is the one who coined this idea. — Kimmy Jimmel (@Sanjay_Singh_91) October 18, 2019 Yep. Teacher be like: Kitna maza aara hai. Ab me aaram se soo sakti hu. pic.twitter.com/16DMC1kY8o — Pratik Modið®ð³ (@pratikmodi2) October 18, 2019 Oh no. Best Comment ð𤣠शायद मà¥à¤ भॠनहà¥à¤ बढ़ पाता pic.twitter.com/v1jVFFmMWD — imskr (@tweetbyskr) October 18, 2019 Perfect explanation. The college is using Marshmallow technique so that students don't use Pritam technique https://t.co/1YUeQ81QVU — Sagar (@sagarcasm) October 18, 2019 Apparently. pic.twitter.com/ncBeLeh1zQ — Ayaan | à¤à¤¯à¤¾à¤¨ | à¨à¨¯à¨¾à¨¨ | اÛا٠ð®ð³ (@ShaafiAyaan) October 18, 2019 Oops. Yahan bhi reservationð¤ð¤ pic.twitter.com/QmMItjFURX — Kaju Katli (@MonkNxtDoor) October 18, 2019 Legends only. Kid invigilators ask students not to copy. Adult invigilators catch students in the act. Legends invigilators put cardboard boxes on students' heads. ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ — Nikhil (@red_devil22) October 18, 2019 The entire thing is so bizarre that the college even got a notice from the state government asking for an explanation. Deputy Director of Public Instruction Department, SS Piraje said, "We have clearly told the management to give a written explanation and if this kind of incident is repeated in the future, the department will cancel the license of the school." Well, I guess this was the first and last time something like this would happen.
  10. While the Indian cricket team is set to finally make their ICC World Cup 2019 debut against Faf du Plessis' Team South Africa at the Rose Bowl Cricket Ground in Hampshire the news of an alternate jersey for Virat Kohli's boys is making rounds in the cricketing world. "For televised ICC events all participating teams will be required to provide for two different coloured kits, except for the host country who has a preference in the choice of colour and may, if it chooses to do so, provide only one coloured kit to be worn in all matches throughout the event. In advance of the event the teams will be notified which coloured kit will be worn in each match," the ICC had said in a release. In essence, during the Cricket World Cup 2019, the hosts ie; Eoin Morgan's Team England have the luxury to play in their traditional 1992 World Cup throwback jersey which is light blue in colour. The Men in Blue, ironically enough, will be wearing their alternate jersey which is being speculated to be orange with dark blue designs all over. Abiding by this new rule made by the ICC, countries such as Bangladesh and South Africa have already released their second kit: Who else is excited about the World Cup ? :) pic.twitter.com/PyiBKPHRud — Tamim Iqbal Khan (@TamimOfficial28) May 25, 2019 Team India however have managed to maintain a sense of suspense about their new look. "The BCCI marketing team is still working on the design and the jersey will be unveiled very soon," a BCCI source told PTI. Having said that, IANS has released a tentative design for the new look that India might wear against their match against the World Cup hosts on 30th June 2019. Credit: IANS And while people are presuming this orange jersey to be Team India's 'away kit', IANS quoted a source saying: "There has been a lot of talks and speculation and people have been calling it an away jersey. But it isn't. It is an alternate jersey that the team will wear when they play England on June 30. As per the new rules, the hosts get to retain their jersey colour when they play an ICC event. Since India also have a blue jersey like England, there is a slight change in colour.” Ever since 1992, Team India has been known to don blue jerseys in the shorter formats of the game with slight modifications being made to the uniform every year ever since. Sure, blue is one of the more popular colours in the sporting fraternity but the Bleed Blue squad has established a sense of ownership to the colour with their brilliance on a cricketing field. Watching them play in a different shade will surely be an uncanny experience but hey, change is always good, right?
  11. Bhuvan Bam, the maker and creator of 'BB Ki Vines', has literally left no stone unturned with his humour, which is based on Bollywood masala. His only agenda is to make content that's relatable to the audience, and keeping that in mind, he began his journey of 'BB ki Vines', that now has a jackpot follower count of a million subscribers on YouTube. Well, we already know that he has set an epitome of creating hilarious strategies and has hit the right chord to make people laugh out loud. But, just in case you are as keen as we are to explore his style statement, let his Instagram pictures do the talking. 1. Who would have thought that a denim jacket would look great with a printed red tie, white shirt and blue jeans? Bhuvan has definitely shown us a good way to combat Monday blues at work. © Instagram/Bhuvan Bam 2. If the idea of wearing checks goes wrong for your boardroom meetings, here's where you can take your inspiration from. Bhuvan has gone full check with a double-breasted check blazer and check trousers. To maintain the formal tone, he opted for brown brogues and summed up his repertoire with all sorts of accessories possible. © Instagram/Bhuvan Bam 3. There are wardrobe classics and then there's a hoodie that goes a long way. With no fashion faux pas at all, Bhuvan wore a red hoodie with a grey sweatshirt quite effortlessly. A quirky patterned cap is a contrasting addition here! © Instagram/Bhuvan Bam 4. Achieving a casual look at times can put you in a style rut, but say no more. Bhuvan had our attention instantly with his quirky printed, bomber jacket teamed with fashionable cargo pants. © Instagram/Bhuvan Bam 5. Why choose the usual white sneakers when you have a new trend on the block? Yes, we are talking about neon high tops, that are so lit and in at the moment that even Bhuvan couldn't resist wearing them! Inspired, much? © Instagram/Bhuvan Bam
  12. Following a remarkable comeback to the tournament last season, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) have continued their fine run in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The MS Dhoni-led brigade have won seven out of the eight games they've played so far to go four points clear at the top in the points table. While the Chennai outfit has derived favourable results owing to a collective team effort, Dhoni's success as the one true leader continues to capture the imagination of cricket fans. Arguably one of the most admired and respected cricketers in the world, Dhoni seems to have passed on his leadership skills to daughter Ziva. For a four-year-old, Ziva has already tasted stardom owing to her cute videos that continue to throng social media. But, more recently, her understanding of the fast-paced world around her has left everyone in awe. When you receive your award once again and get to learn how to wear the cap yellovingly! #WhistlePodu #Yellove #KKRvCSK ð¦ð @ImranTahirSA @DJBravo47 pic.twitter.com/nquXsFTiR8 — Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) April 14, 2019 In her latest video, Ziva was seen imparting lessons to none other than Chennai's star all-rounder Dwayne Bravo on the correct way to wear a CSK cap. The youngster was seen correcting Bravo after he was seen wearing the CSK cap backwards - something that had earlier instigated Sunil Gavaskar to slam the likes of Fakhar Zaman and Dinesh Karthik for disrespecting the national cap. After recording their first win at the Eden Gardens since 2013, Dhoni-led Chennai will be eager to continue their fine form when they visit the Rajiv Gandhi International stadium to take on Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on 17th April.
  13. 'Game Of Thrones' has a cult following for a lot of reasons. One of which is the fact that the show has stellar costumes that look authentic to the timeline they shoot in. However, wearing such context-heavy costumes comes at a heavy price. Sometimes, the fabric or the design was so uncomfortable that the actors could do nothing but sit through long and tiresome shooting hours. Maisie Williams, in a recent interview with a leading publication revealed that the prep for 'Game Of Thrones', aside from the strenuous shooting in extremely cold locations, also had to deal with uncomfortable straps and bellies. For Maisie Williams, as Arya Stark in the initial few seasons, had to wear a strap across her chest to hide her breasts. At 15, while normal teenage girls had crushes and an awkward teenage life, Maisie Williams had to wear a strap and hide her breasts for long shoot hours as her character Arya, was pretending to be a boy in the series. And after the strap stopped working, Maisie Williams had to wear a "chubby belly" to "even out the playing field" so no one( other characters) would suspect her a girl on the show. © HBO It was only in the sixth season that the costume designers decided to let Arya grow on the show so they gave a bra to Maisie Williams as a part of the costume. This made the costume in general so much more comfortable for Maisie Williams.
  14. The whole world is gearing up to watch superheroes in action on the big screens, but looks like the nation has already found one in real life in an Indian Navy officer, Lt. Rahul Dalal. People say that an officer is 'never off-duty' and Lt. Rahul Dalal's bravery and courageous act just reiterates the same. Lt. Rahul Dalal was enjoying the evening of April 5 with his wife at Vypin beach, when he noticed a person struggling in water. He was unable to swim and was crying for help. © Facebook There was a huge crowd, but sadly no one was able to help him. So, without giving a second thought, Rahul jumped straight into the water and rescued him within half an hour. It wasn't easy at all, as both Rahul's and the drowning man's lives were at risk because of the strong under-current. "The officer also had to deal with the desperate and panicked victim who was pulling him down, putting both their lives in danger. The officer calmed the victim and made him hold onto his shoulders, after which he started swimming towards the beach. Lt Dalal mustered all his strength and managed to reach the shore with help of some locals," read the Facebook post shared by the official page of Indian Navy. It was further mentioned, "The victim, however, was not breathing and was unconscious. When his mouth was opened, it was found that some plants were choking his air passage. Lt Dalal cleared the passage and administered Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, whereupon the victim was revived." The drowning man, identified as Mr. Dileep Kumar from Aurangabad, was then rushed to a Government hospital where he was discharged after recuperation. Stories like these and people like Lt. Rahul Dalal are the real superheroes who restore our faith in humanity with their selfless efforts.
  15. Fashion is essentially subjective, of course, but there are some things that one should just stay a hundred miles away from - unless of course, they enjoy wallowing in bad taste. Men's fashion is becoming more and more inclusive every passing day, but that should never be the license for wearing 'the bad and the ugly'. In spite of all the subjectivity, trust us, there do exist some unforgivable fashion faux pas, that every man should steer clear of. Don't worry if it sounds too confusing, we're here to tell you what not to wear. We have listed out 6 things that men should never, ever wear. 1. Shiny shirts © FashionLeisure They were popular once upon a time, but we'll never understand why. No one can pull them off! Shiny shirts will make you look weird AF, even if you look like a Greek God. They look super cheap, extremely gaudy, and plain ugly. 2. Ill fitted, baggy jeans © Alibaba If you want to convert your Tinder right swipes to left swipes in real life, please go out on a date wearing these atrocities. Yes, comfortable and blah, but so are a pair of nice, crisp pair of linen trousers that fit you just right! Why would you want to look like a confused teen from the hood in a Gangsta movie who's had a trip or two to the juvie? 3. Socks with sandals © Getty Images We can't stress upon how harmful this one right here can be for your romantic/*** life. It, however, will work as a great contraceptive method because you will never be getting laid if you're seen in public wearing them. Go on, try it out. 4. Huge belt buckles © Democratic Underground You're not a cowboy (unless you actually are). But even if you are, why should you be a fashionably deprived one? Plus, it's not the '70s anymore and they should just be discarded. 5. Square toed shoes © ShoesLovetoknow Who can pull them off, honestly? Your feet would look 60 if you wear them. 6. Too much of jewellery © Saavn You aren't Bappi Lahiri, and you should save it only for him.
  16. Any man knows that the mark of a true gentleman lies in his ability to suit up. Trust us, nothing looks classier than a man in a well-tailored suit. With the up and coming trends of styling suits in numerous ways and mixing it up with athleisure and business casual attire, there still remain a few things that should be left the way they are when it comes to men's fashion. Tailoring is the most adaptable piece of clothing a man can own. To get more wear out of your true business attire, the easiest and most effective move would be to lose the tie. Here are 5 ways to wear a suit without a tie and still look dapper: 1. Go for a collarless shirt © Instagram/ishabhansali Opting for a shirt that prevents you to wear a tie in the first place is possibly the best solution to your problems. Also known as the stand collar shirt, a collarless shirt adds finesse and provides a clean look without the choke of the necktie. A simple white or light blue shirt would be ideal for an update your tailored suit needs. 2. Trade the shirt for a polo © Instagram/ishabhansali To dial the tone on formality, opt for a polo tee instead of a shirt. This style retains the collar effect to make you look put together but oozes chill vibes as well making the look semi-casual. Keeping the footwear casual and accessories as minimal as possible is suggested. You can either button the polo tee up or rock an open collar depending upon the occasion. 3. Go for the classic open collar © Instagram/ishabhansali Slogging all day at the office can make your necktie feel like a noose. The best way to let it go is to open the collar for good. A simple move can make ample difference when it comes to the look and feel of the outfit. Just open the top button of your shirt and let loose. One can go from business meeting to cocktail party ready in the matter of seconds. 4. Camp collar all the way © Instagram/ishabhansali If you're a fan of the 70s fashion and want to embrace your inner OG Don, go for a camp collar. Also known as the Cuban collar, pair this shirt with earthy tones of brown, khaki and beige. This style will give you a relaxed appearance but still make you look refined. A beige suit is ideal to pair a printed shirt with. 5. A fast track button up © Instagram/ishabhansali The quickest way to look polished sans tie is to don a dress shirt in a classic button-up manner. To carry a buttoned up shirt without looking like a school kid, go for slim fit tailoring for a sharp look. For the perfect business casual style, opt for printed shirts with a neutral colored suit and loafers or derby shoes. Adapt these styling tips and they're sure to make you ditch the dreaded tie once every while and still look as debonair.
  17. While it's safe to say that an average man is most likely to sport a printed shirt just on a tropical getaway, a recent trend boost may make you think twice. Over the last couple of years, prints on men have been making their way to the mainstream fashion world. Ranveer Singh may be the king of prints, but that doesn't mean prints have to be as maximal as he is. As more and more men embrace this trend, there is a whole world of possibilities emerging with this look. Prints can add a whole new level of edge and make your basic outfit exciting. Here's a definitive guide on what pants to wear with all kinds of printed shirts: 1. Minimal Print © instagram @vickykaushal09 Not all prints have to draw attention, you can go classic with paisley, gingham or polka dots. A printed shirt can even elevate a basic jeans and sneakers look, if styled well. If you're opting for print for the first time, go easy on the colour scheme. © instagram @ishabhansali Keeping it monotone and building your outfit around one colour is advisable. Keep the accessories and layers basic with either black or brown when it comes to formal wear. For casual, a basic white or black jacket and white sneakers should do your outfit justice in the most minimal way possible. 2. Hawaiian Print © instagram @diljitdosanjh Just because Hawaiian shirts are associated with being on a holiday doesn't mean these babies can't be rocked all-year round. As prints go for a modern upgrade, so do the age-old classics. Major fashion houses took a spin on Hawaiian shirts in grown-up colour schemes of black, forest green, and sand offset by pops of colour making it super trendy. © instagram @naheedee Choose a Hawaiian shirt in a slim cut, contrary to the older boxier version for a more structured fit. Pair your shirt with chinos and oxford boots for a spin on casual Friday or well-fitted jeans and sneakers for a relaxed fit. Evoke holiday vibes all through the year! 3. Floral Print © instagram @vickykaushal09 Not everyone dares to pull off this supposedly 'feminine' print, but it's 2019 and we need to get over these outdated gender norms for good. One can rock a floral printed shirt with a pair of rugged denims or shorts and sneakers for a casual brunch look or pair it with a solid coloured suit for understated elegance. © grazia If you can't find any other way to pair your floral shirt, black jeans will be your saviour. It's also important to pair the textures right in terms of look and feel. For example, a shiny or leather bottom won't flatter a cotton dress shirt. Go for a smaller print size or minimal colour scheme if you are a little hesitant to wear bright florals. Your style will blossom, anyway! 4. Animal Print © viral bhayani When we say animal print, Ranveer Singh's all leopard print suit comes to mind, doesn't it? As daring as it was, pulling off animal print doesn't have to be a very difficult task. Considering that these animal prints are super bold, it's best to keep the rest of your outfit understated. Sticking to basic silhouettes and pieces like chinos, classic denims and blazers are key to make your shirt the centre of attention. © instagram @ishabhansali For an understated yet classy way to pull off animal print, opt for monotone prints like zebra and pair with bold solid coloured separates. This contrast will definitely act as a welcome change from your usual take on animal print, which mostly involves warmer tones. Now go out there and rock prints like a pro!
  18. If tying a tie comes across as a herculean task for you, and you would much rather avoid it than go through this hassle every single day, then this article is for you. Here is a definitive guide to learn different kinds of tie knots which makes learning it breezy: 1. A Full Windsor Knot With the most prominent triangular finish, the Windsor knot is great for interviews. An easily intimidating knot, it can easily be tied without any difficulty. Here is a map that'll show how you should tie it. © MensXP 1. First, raise your shirt collar and drape the tie around the nape of your neck, so the wide end is on the right and extends around 12 inches further than the narrow end. 2. Next, cross the wide length over the narrow part. 3. Now, pull the wide section up through the opening at the neck, then down. 4. Then, pass the wide section underneath to the right of the narrow section with the other side facing out. 5. Cross the wide length over and to the left of the narrow one with the correct side facing out. 6. Pull the wide end up through the opening at the neck. 7. When bringing it down, pass it through the loop at the front. 8. Holding the dangling parts with one hand, slide the knot carefully up toward the collar with the other hand until snug, then lower the collar. 2. The Half Windsor Knot The knot, in presentation, is smaller than a full Windsor but works great with medium length ties and dress shirts. © MensXP For a Half Windsor knot: 1. Cross the wide section over the narrow one. 2. Next, cross the wide section underneath the narrow one so the wrong side is facing out. 3. Bring the wide end up and over to the left. 4. Pull through the opening at the neck so that it lies on the wrong end to the right. 5. Then, bring the wide section over the narrow part from right to left with the correct side facing up. 6. Bring the wide end up through the neck loop again. 7. When bringing it down, insert it through the loop at the front of the collar. 8. Adjust the knot by sliding it upward with one hand and holding the tails with the other. 9. Lower the shirt collar to complete the look. 3. A Pratt Otherwise known as the Shelby knot, the knot is best suited for lightweight and medium length ties. © MensXP To get this knot, follow these steps: 1. Firstly, raise collar and drape the tie wrong side up with the wide length hanging on the right side roughly 12 inches lower than the narrow end. 2. Next, cross the wide part of the tie under the narrow part. 3. Then, bring the wide end up and loop it down through the opening at the neck and tighten. 4. Then, you should cross the wide end to the right with the correct side up. 5. Pull it up through the neck opening. 6. Bring it down through the knot loop. 7. Slide and adjust the knot gently and lower the shirt collar to complete the process. 4. Four In Hand The complicated knot works well with heavy fabrics. Just wear it with a standard dress shirt and it'll look good. © MensXP 1. To cop this tie, drape the tie around the neck so the wide end is on the right side and extends roughly 12 inches below the narrow section. 2. Then, ring the wide part of the tie across the narrow part. 3. Next, bring the wide part under the narrow part. 4. Bring the wide side back over the top of the narrow part. 5. Bring the wide side up through the large loop at the neck. 6. With a loose hold on the knot, insert the wide end in a downward direction through the loop in front. 7. Holding the bottom narrow part of the tie with one hand, slide the knot upward with the other until neat and snug.
  19. The runway is the breeding ground for the quirkiest fashion trends that could either provide a good laugh for their artistic aesthetic or end up in a Zara store near you the next week. The next thing you know, everyone's living, breathing that trend. But sometimes the trends introduced on the runway transition into normalcy so quickly that you could never imagine if that was the trend you laughed at. Case in point: a pair of jeans. There is another accessory trend that is bizarrely becoming popular, which is the male harness or as some high fashion brands have clarified: the embroidered bib. See, how actors have worn it: Michael B. Jordan at the Screen Actors' Guild Awards in a purple harness over a classic double breasted tux. © Instagram Chadwick Boseman was also seen wearing one over his ecru suit. © Instagram Timothee Chalamet was seen wearing a black shiny version too. © Instagram And, we cannot forget Virgil Abloh who is speculated to have started this trend. © Instagram Given that most celebrities end up wearing the boring tuxedo, this trend is a great way to dip your toes in the world of accessories for a little something extra, what do you think?
  20. There is something about wearing formals that makes you stand out in the crowd. The suit places you in a superior position in the power dynamics in meetings. The blazer makes you look smart, spiffy and suave all at once. There is no denying that the suit is also extremely sexy when worn to a date. However, a suit can't be worn as often as we may like it. Not all settings present themselves as deserving for a formal suit. In these scenarios wearing a suit comes across as over-dressed and odd. However, that doesn't mean you ditch the magnificent blazer completely. There are ways you can wear the blazer without making it look too formal. 1. Ditch pants for a pair of jeans whose shade matches your blazer. This creates the illusion of a two piece without being one. If it's a chilled out lunch meeting client, you could even pair it with cool sneakers. © Instagram 2. Try pairing chinos with blazers. While chinos are usually associated with a more casual setting, add a blazer and voila! It's work ready. © Instagram 3. In winters, pair your blazer with a hoodie underneath. It gives uber cool vibe and looks great. Exhibit A. © Instagram 4. Another quirky option is adding graphic tees in the outfit. Add a funky graphic tee underneath your hoodie like this: © Instagram 5. A kurta under a blazer looks like a pair that won't work but look at Vir Das and Ayushmann work it, and we bet you'll want to try it too. You could experiment with both short kurtas and long ones. With long ones, make sure the shade matches that of the blazer. © Instagram © Instagram 6. A turtleneck under a blazer is a classic. It makes men look adorable. Rajkummar Rao is one person who can really pull it off. © Instagram So you now know that you don't have to be Mr. Overdressed for your love for the blazer. In fact, you'll be inspiring people with your #OOTDs.
  21. Let's talk about briefs for a minute. What kind of briefs do you own currently? Solid colours I'm guessing. We're talking blacks, browns and shades of blues, right? It's functional and comfortable, I get it. But here's the thing, when you're dating someone, solid colours are basic and nothing but boring. You need to spice up your wardrobe and that also includes the kind of boxers you wear. This is exactly the kind of thing that most men tend to forget. Think about it this way, if women spend hours taking care of themselves, the least you can do is buy quirky boxers that resonate with your personality and also additionally impress her. So here are some cool boxers that we liked on the internet. Take inspiration and get yourself a pair: 1. 3-Pack Boxer Shorts © hm These cool boxer shorts from H&M are in cotton jersey with an elasticized lined waist. The set has interesting patterns of quirky elves and cute words. Price: 999 Buy it here 2. Bullet Print Boxers © Zara These minimal bullet print boxers from Zara are made of 65% ecologically grown cotton. The bullets are not tacky and can be the expression you're seeking for a third date without using words. Price: 790 Buy it here 3. The Foodie Boxers © theboxstore If your jam is junk food, you should definitely get this pair which has an interesting assortment of chicken wings, burgers, fries and popcorn. If your girlfriend shares the love of junk food with you, she will definitely be into this. Price: 300 Buy it here 4. Space Print Boxers A pair of boxers by Flying Machine with a cute pattern of flying rockets. Symbolism works well in bed when you don't want to say it out loud. © nnow Price: 449 Buy it here 5. Cocktail Boxer Shorts © koovs A groovy cocktail mix by Jack & Jones. This is one exotic pair you should have in your closet. Price: 599 Buy it here 6. Diverse Men's Printed Boxers © amazon Funky prints in adorable colours, these boxers from Diverse are a great option if you don't like the old school solid colours. Price: 269 Buy it here
  22. Dressing for an interview can be an intimidating task. Your first impression for the interviewers in the interview process will be your clothes. This means you need to put some effort in dressing yourself right for the interview. We're not saying your charming personality and the unique skill set that you bring to the company don't matter; however, the clothes you wear can also contribute to the decision-making of the interviewer. There are so many unspoken rules that can seem puzzling for someone who's going for the interview for the first time. So, here are a few things that you should most definitely avoid wearing to an interview. 1.You should never wear ill-fitted suits Steer clear from shirts, pants, blazers and suits that clearly don't fit you well. You don't want to come across a couch potato who clearly couldn't bother less to get their suit stitched right. © Fashionbeans 2. You shouldn't be over the top We're talking bow ties, bedazzled ties, metallic ties, offbeat colours for suits like pastels or maybe blue. You never know who's going to be interviewing you, over the top outfits only make you look funny and stops people from taking you seriously. That is the last thing you want. © bedazzled, hextie, glittereverything 3. You should never wear jeans to an interview Sometimes, in a situation when you don't have pants, you might want to choose jeans (or worse black jeans that give the illusion of pants) for an interview because who cares, right? No. Everyone cares and everyone notices this. So, don't wear jeans. This is the biggest blunder you can possibly commit in dressing for an interview. © fashionformen 4. You should never wear sandals or sneakers We get how some companies can have a relatively chill atmosphere and that wearing casuals to work might be perfectly acceptable. However, that doesn't mean you wear sandals to your interview. Besides, wearing open toe shoes only makes it easier for the dirt to cling to your feet which, trust me, shows from a distance. This only looks extremely unhygienic and might put your interviewer off. © radsneakers 5. You should try to hide your body tattoos and piercings if possible While we're all for body positivity and individual expression, we're not sure your interviewers might have the same mindset. While some work places might be liberal, you can never be sure that your interviewer is one of them. So, if you really want a job, it's probably wiser to take off your ear studs or any other piercings that might distract the interviewer and hide those tats.
  23. If you are fond of formalwear, winter is the best time to indulge in that in India. The options are aplenty, and you can layer as much as you want to. However, not knowing the 'how to' of the styling game can set you back, resulting in painfully 'basic' outfits. But, like always, we've got your back. Here are 8 tried and tested classy ways to wear formals in winter that will turn all the heads (and get the ladies weak in the knees). 1. The Classic Gentleman Wear a classic grey three-piece suit and a crisp white shirt, to begin with. Add a silk tie & a pocket chain to up your accessory game. Put it together with an iconic flat cap, and then add round-framed glasses to complete the look. All set! Outfit Credits: Three piece suit : Pawan Sachdeva (@pawansachdeva22) pocket chain : Amaare (@amaarecouture) Beret and belt : h&m (@hm) Tie : Raymonds (@raymond_the_complete_man) Umbrella : Nappa Dori (@nappadori) 2. The OG Dapper Duke Replace the shirt with a turtle neck for a casual twist. Switch the pants with joggers, and don an effortlessly stylish long trench coat. Add a lapel pin. Then, style it with a tan leather bag to keep it smart and timeless. Outfit Credits: coat and pants: Pawan Sachdeva Ig: @pawansachdeva22 Turtle neck: h&m Ig: @hm Lapel pin: Raymond (@raymond_the_complete_man) 3. Tux For The Knight A black velvet tuxedo is perfect for the night. Wear a pair of standard tuxedo pants, and pair it with a fine tuxedo shirt. Style it with a black bow-tie, and complete the look with a satin pocket square. You are now cocktail-ready! Outfit Credits: Suit, shirt, bowtie, pocket square: Amaare (@amaarecouture) Cufflinks: Raymonds Ltd. 4. Relaxed Elegance Ditch the shirt for a turtleneck and style it with smart, wide leg trousers. Then, slip into a relaxed blazer. Match it with a leather bag, and voila! Outfit Credits: Blazer and pants : Pawan Sachdeva (@pawansachdeva22) Sweater : Zara (@zaraindia) Bag : Nappa Dori (@nappadori) 5. Business Casuals A sharply tailored, solid colour suit is smart yet casual. Colour-block it with a zip-up turtleneck. Accessorize with rectangular glasses, and complete the look with a satchel bag. Outfit Credits: Suit / Turtleneck: Raymonds Ltd. Ikat satchel bag : Nappa Dori Black full rimmed glasses : @rosvineyewear 6. Debonair Work-Wear Get a complete tailored look, like an elegant gentleman. Wear a checkered three-piece suit, and accentuate with a playful pocket square. Add matching frames, plus a laptop bag to complete the look. After all, nothing is slicker than a cohesive ensemble. Outfit Credits: Shirt : Raymond Ltd. Suit: Amaare (@amaarecouture) Tie and pocket square: Amaare Tan brown handcrafted leather bag: Nappa dori Glasses: @rosvineyewear 7. Desk To Dinner Get a futuristic aesthetic in a vertically striped suit. Ditch the tie to look comfortably stylish. Add minimal chic with silver jewellery, and complete the look with uber-cool micro tinted glasses. You're all set to dine in style! Outfit Credits: Suit and shirt: Amaare (@amaarecouture) 8. Boardroom Hunting, Checked! Wear smart separates for the boardroom to stand out. Style a crisp shirt with a fine knit cardigan, and maintain the sharpness with a checkered jacket. Outfit Credits: Shirt, pants, long jacket: Raymonds Ltd. Buttoned cardigan: Tommy Hilfiger) Complete the look with half-rimmed glasses, and be ready to rule the boardroom. Editor: Namrata Nongpiur (@namratanongpiur) Photographer: Raju Raman (@raju.raman) Creative director and Stylist: Devanshi Tuli (@devanshi.15) Hair and Makeup Artist: Shalu Chandla (@shalluchandla) Models: Saurabh Chaudhary, Piyush Rathi, Zander and Sagar Bhandari Producer: Prapti Elizabeth
  24. Thanks to the celebration of maximalism, the likes of KJo and Ranveer Singh, the colour red, finally, is all around, especially during the Holiday season. Quite literally. We're talking Christmas decor, red-themed parties, red presents from secret Santas, red candy bars and red velvet cake with even the Starbucks cuppa assuming the colour red! This also means that you might have to or want to participate in the parade of some rouge play and we don't blame you. Now, even though you might be tempted to dress as Santa, don't. Red is a great colour to play with, but styling it right can be rather tricky and if done right, is sure to gather compliments. But don't you worry, here's a definitive guide that breaks down styling the colour rouge so you don't get called uncle Santa next time you decide to ho ho ho in the coming days! 1. Pulling off jumpers is probably the easiest, extremely effortless and a comfy way of wearing a red shade smartly. Go wild with intense and deep shades of red here, because the shade is toned down automatically with a jacket or pants that you pair along. © H&M , Marks & Spencer, Zara 2. If a knitted pullover is not your jam, red plain sweatshirts and the ones with cool graphics are also a great choice for days around Christmas. Exhibit A. © Adidas and Zara 3. Work the red flannel: Another alternative to wearing a solid red. Flannel takes the pressure off instantly if you don't want to go all-red and works great for theme parties where red is mandatory to wear. © Zara,H&M 4. Layer, layer, layer! Layering your reds with bombers, knits, scarfs, bum bags, cool sneakers takes your outfit a notch higher and gives it an added definition. Mix and match textures, prints and colours, the outfit will automatically draw attention in a good way! © Zara 5. The upside down: The red trousers, an unusual choice works well if you experiment with different materials like corduroys. Pro tip: add an over-sized long coat and see your look light up. © Marks & Spencer, Zara 6. The scarlet blazer: Maximalist fashion is risque but can also be extremely rewarding. The red blazer, an offbeat choice looks great when styled in darker shades of burgundy and maroon to tone down the intensity of the colour. © Zara
  25. Wedding season is on and it is also the time for the Diwali bonus (my condolences if you're an engineer). This is the time when most of the websites and stores offer heavy discounts on clothing. If you have a wedding to attend to and can put some load on your credit card, now is the perfect time to shop for the upcoming wedding season. If you're confused about what to wear, then this guide can help you clear that doubt. Let's see what you can wear on various functions of the wedding: · Roka Roka is an informal function where people don't dress up much. It's usually a casual meeting where the boy meets the girl, things get finalised and officially the wedding is announced. You don't need to wear anything formal here. © Pinterest Though it doesn't mean you attend it in your ripped jeans and white sneakers. Put on a party-wear black shirt, off-white pants, brown shoes, and a brown belt. Compliment it with a black stainless steel watch. Nothing is sexier than this combination when it comes to formal but not too formal. · Engagement Some people prefer the engagement ceremony during the day and some have it at night. And you should wear accordingly. © Pinterest For a daytime engagement, nothing is more graceful than a sky blue linen suit with a white shirt. Or if blue isn't your colour then go for a cream linen suit with a black/white shirt. In both the cases, go with brown shoes and brown belt. © Pinterest If the function is at night, then you can opt for the good old-fashioned black suit and a white/black shirt with a black tie. Wear shiny black shoes with it. Or if you want to keep it semi-formal, you can also wear white sneakers. But trust me, nothing works better than a full-fledged formal suit! · Haldi Haldi is a function which doesn't require you to dress up much. Here you can go for a simple Kurta Pyjama. © Pinterest A Pathani Kurta Pyjama would suit the best. Colour can be of your choice, you can opt for pure white, or pure black, or something else which you think works best on you. Make sure it is little party wear and just don't wear half sleeves Kurta. That's a big NO! · Sangeet This is the time to be fully traditional. Go shop for a perfect fit Pathani suit and a Nehru jacket to compliment it. © Pinterest A maroon Pathani suit usually goes with every occasion and to compliment it, you can wear a brown/cream Nehru Jacket. · Cocktail Hold your glass right & suit up! Although you would be taking your coat off after the third drink, it's important that you look decent at least until then. Wear a suit. Nothing else will work. © Pinterest Not your favourite vest and the new rugged jeans, not the white shirt you wear only on special occasions and certainly not something traditional. Go with a navy blue suit and a white shirt. A pink tie would be a nice compliment and so will be a pocket square of the same colour. And of course, brown shoes. If you aren't happy with navy blue, you can switch to a party wear grey. But keep everything else the same. This is the occasion to be Barney Stinson. · Wedding You have two options here. Either you can go for something traditional, or suit up. If there's no reception, then you can choose freely. However, if there is a reception party, then I would advise you to wear something traditional at the wedding. © Pinterest Go with a sherwani. But be very careful while choosing it, because one wrong move and you would end up looking like a jaadugar. I would strongly advise you to ditch the modern design and colours like green or orange. Be a human and stick to either some shade of cream or maroon. Compliment it with a red dupatta if you're going for a cream sherwani or a cream dupatta if you're going for a maroon sherwani. A black sherwani with a red dupatta works too. Trust me, the old fashioned way is the best way! · Reception This is the function to bring out the bond inside you. Nothing works better than a perfect fit tuxedo. You can go totally 007 and opt for a simple black tux with a white shirt and a black bow. © Pinterest But if you want to try something different than what the rest of the crowd will be wearing, then go for a cream tux. A cream jacket, black shirt, black pants, and a black bow. It would work perfect if you're confident enough to pull it off. In either case, wear black shoes. So, there was your go-to style guide which would always work. Time to do some shopping?
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