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  1. 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.
  2. '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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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!
  7. 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.
  8. 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?
  9. 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.
  10. 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
  11. 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.
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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?
  15. With Diwali season fervently knocking on our doors, it's time to start planning your looks for all those poker parties. From daytime casual brunches to those smashing parties, a lot happens over the Diwali weekend, making it quite an ordeal to ace every appearance you make - after all, it's an annual thing and you just can't go wrong with your ensemble choices. So if you are someone who likes to keep his wardrobe sorted, lest you end up making some major faux pas, here's a quick run-through on everything you need to have in your wardrobe this year. Take A Look At These Indian-Wear Essentials That Can Totally Make Your Diwali-Looks Memorable 1. White Chikan Kurta- Churidaar Pajama © Amazon India From the pioneer of Indian couture, Manish Malhotra, making conscious efforts to revive the love for the ancient thread work technique of chikankari, through his Mizwaa collection, to it ruling runways during major fashion events - chikankari makes for one of the classiest Indian wear options. The intricate art finds its roots in the northern regions of the country, with a popularity that surpasses all barriers. Chikankari, which is also one of the most high-priced manual threadwork patterns, is an absolute wardrobe essential, considering the elegance it reeks of. Be it just another family gathering or a Diwali party, a pair of basic white chikan kurta and churidaar pajama can look just perfect, if styled right. HOW TO STYLE IT: If you are someone who takes pride in adding a skosh of jazz, making appearances that stay even after the party is over, throw over a brocade-print, Mandarin-collared jacket. Apart from giving you that much-needed bling, the colour will stand out against the pristine white base, boosting your contrast-game like never before. MRP: Rs. 1,499 Buy it here 2. Black Cotton Kurta © Amazon India Orange might be the new black, but black is still black. While there are people who believe in abstaining from the colour on auspicious occasions, the way it can enhance one's look is simply undeniable. You might also have people tell you how prickly it can feel to wear a black kurta, especially during the day, with the colour absorbing heat from the surroundings - which we totally agree with - hence, cotton is your way out. Cotton is a rather light-weight and skin-friendly fabric - the two factors that balance the heat-absorbing qualities of black. So up your Indian-wear look with a black kurta, and be the star at the next poker party. HOW TO STYLE IT: There is hardly any bottom wear option that wouldn't look good with a black kurta, but if we had to pick our favourite, it would be a pair of fusion dhoti pants. Bringing alive the power of blending the best of both worlds, a pair of white dhoti pants will add an edge to your outfit, while also being extremely comfortable - because nothing tops comfort, nothing. MRP: Rs. 1,699 Buy it here 3. Nehru-Collar Jacket © Amazon India The first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, is remembered for a myriad of reasons - one of them being his predilection for Mandarin-collared outfits. The political figure was almost always spotted pulling off a Mandarin collar, so much so that it soon found a synonym - Nehru-collar, a name that is now more popular than its authentic identity. Owing to how ethnic-yet-comfortable Nehru-collar can look, it's a widely popular choice when it comes to shirts and jackets. The jackets, available in a variety of fabrics like linen and chanderi silk, can be worn over plain shirts or kurtas, and look just as edgy. HOW TO STYLE IT: Make a head-turning appearance in a linen, Nehru-collar jacket by throwing it over a pastel-hued, self-print kurta. The print on the pastel colour will look fancy-yet-subtle, while layering it with a linen jacket, which will notch up the class-quotient of your festive look, fetching you compliments from one and all. Buy it here 4. Dhoti © Amazon India No, we are not telling you to go rural, because dhotis are just so in. Gone are the days when churidaar pajamas were the top picks as Indian wear bottoms. Dhotis or dhoti pants (pre-stitched dhotis to save you the trouble of learning to tie one) can make your look rather vintage, giving it a native Indian vibe, while also being just so comfortable. Dhoti, apart from being edgy and comfortable, will make you stand out at the party, making you the trendsetter who likes pulling off the latest runway hits like a total star. HOW TO STYLE IT: Upgrade your wardrobe with this vintage-y essential, and pair it with a short plain kurta, with a Nehru-collar jacket thrown over it. If you want to add a fusion angle to it, we'd suggest you pick out those tan-coloured loafers or a trendy pair of white sneakers and be the dapper you were meant to be. MRP: Rs. 899 Buy it here 5. Tan Mojaris © Amazon India Mojaris, which were initially mostly worn in Punjab, are a quintessential example of ethnic footwear. Available in a variety of shades and patterns, ranging from magnanimously coloured threadwork mojaris to plain, leather ones, there's one pair to go for almost every Indian-wear outfit. Not just the pattern and colours, there's quite a broad spectrum to land on while picking mojaris, including shapes and designs, however, it's a basic pair of tan-hued leather ones that you definitely need to have in your wardrobe. Be it a churidaar pajama or a pair of dhoti, this can be your go-to footwear every time the festive season rings in. HOW TO STYLE IT: Get your hands (or slip in your feet) in a pair of brightly coloured mojaris, paired with a crisp white Indian outfit, more like a chikan kurta and pajama. The contrast between your outfit and just-the-right-kind-of-flashy footwear is bound to make you the best-dressed man at the next Diwali party. MRP: Rs. 799 Buy it here 6. Classic Kolhapuri Chappals © Amazon India Deriving its name from the city of Kolhapur, these comfortable chappals will give your feet the freedom to breathe. Mostly worn in tan shades and cutout patterns, Kolhapuri chappals are a hit amongst men and women, alike. Reason? They look just so raw and are as comfortable as it gets. What's more? You can even pair your Kolhapuri with jeans and shirt! HOW TO STYLE IT: Put on a pair of light-blue, distressed jeans, slip into a pastel-coloured, printed, short kurta and ace the look with a pair of Kolhapuris. If fusion and raw is your thing, this is the look you cannot miss experimenting with. You can also quirk up your look by layering your outfit with a swanky, Nehru-collar jacket. MRP: Rs. 1,199 Buy it here 7. Pashmina Stole © Amazon India For all those winter weddings and festivities, a pashmina stole is a must - it won't only save you from the cold, but also add a royal vibe to your simple Indian outfit. Mostly available in deep and bottle colours, adorning manual thread work, Pashmina stoles, if styled right, can completely refurbish your look. We agree that just the idea of carrying a Pashmina stole might sound a little too heavy to you guys, but trust us, it's one of the classiest piece of clothing you could inculcate in your Indian wear look. HOW TO STYLE IT: Put on a plain, grey kurta teamed with a pair of black churidaar pajama, with a black Pashmina stole thrown around your neck. The simplicity of the kurta-pajama will blend really well with the plush-look of your stole, making it one of the most admired Indian outfits you could have pulled off. MRP: Rs. 980 Buy it here
  16. Since Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone posted the date of their wedding on Instagram yesterday, the entire country (actually, scratch that, the entire world would be correct) has been in a celebratory mood. And why won't they be? Everyone's favourite Bollywood couple is about to tie the knot - of course, excitement should soar everywhere. What we are more excited about, is the sartorial explosion Ranveer Singh has surely planned ahead. On normal days, the man leaves us breathless with his fashion choices, so what he will pull off on his wedding day is anyone's guess. Half the excitement lies in the fact that we have no idea what he is about to wear. However, we know baba, and based on that knowledge, we have compiled a list of 13 outfits, the likes of which Ranveer Singh may wear during the multiple functions of his wedding: 1. We all know Ranveer's affinity for colours and prints. He can carry off shades that others can't even fathom attempting. Of course, we are hoping to see something on the lines of this robust green sherwani with a bold, statement print. © India Today 2. No one else can pull off embellished and sequinned pieces better than Ranveer. He surely can include something like this ivory piece, bejewelled with golden embellishments. © Instagram - mayank0491 3. Black is always in, and even though it might seem to be a bit too safe for someone as fashion-forward as Ranveer, he might just surprise us by opting for it. © Fridayfans 4. Festive silhouettes are Ranveer's favourite, and we might just see him wear something on those lines, coupled with a jacket. © The Quint 5. Achkans are perfect for weddings, but they better be colourful and extremely statement when it comes to Ranveer. Something like this piece right here. © IANS 6. It's Ranveer, so we must be ready for a couple of avant-garde pieces that regular grooms won't dare experiment with, for one of the casual functions. Something like this one. © DailymailUK 7. The robust shade and the statement headgear for this outfit makes it a very strong contender to be featured on one of the days. © YouTube 8. Will you be very surprised if Ranveer makes a grand entry for the Sangeet or Mehendi wearing something as unusual as this piece right here? We sure won't. © Hauterfly 9. A feeble, but solid nonetheless, possibility exists that Ranveer might just stick with a pair of regular Jodhpuris and a matching jacket to go with them. © The Purple Window 10. Ranveer might just go down the most unexpected route, and pull off a regular black achkan with a white churidar. Too safe for him, though. © Instagram - Ranveersingh 11. Ranveer likes flowy lowers, like dhotis and even kilts/skirts. Probably one of those will make an appearance in some form? Like this one here. © IANS 12. This outfit right here is probably the most sought-after outfits right now for grooms in terms of silhouette. If Ranveer wants to blend in, he might go for it, with some form of twist that we can't predict. © IANS 13. Vibrant colours are totally Ranveer's forte. Magenta/fuchsia/purples are most likely to make an appearance. © APH Images
  17. Diwali is just around the corner, and think about it, how will it look if you show up in a basic ethnic outfit for your Diwali party? Isn't that what everyone would be doing anyway? Let me tell you honestly, no one will be impressed by that. You've got to stand out, because hey, Diwali comes just once a year! So, if for some reason you've postponed your Diwali shopping and now you're feeling the pressure of what to wear, here are a few last minute casual Diwali outfit ideas that you can follow to look your best on this auspicious occasion: 1. I know the white shirt with jeans is an obvious and simplest outfit combination, but hey, we're all about wearing simple and classic style. Even this simple outfit combination, if paired right, can boost your personality to the next level. Pair this outfit with a stylish watch and a pair of stylish shoes, and you're sorted. Mufti 2. A spread collar, placket front and full sleeves with mitered cuffs, this checked shirt can be teamed with dark blue jeans and brown slip ons for a smart look. Mufti 3. Designed for modern men, this green printed shirt is a wardrobe essential. Pair this shirt with blue jeans and black casual shoes and you're set. Mufti 4. Incredibly stylish, this grey t-shirt is a staple piece for simple styling. Layer it with a blue checked jacket and blue jeans for a monochrome look to stand out from the rest. Mufti 5. This washed out denim shirt paired with a dark pair of blue jeans will impress women (and men) on the fashion frontline. Top it up with a tan leather jacket to look smart and stylish. Mufti And your one-stop shop for all this is Mufti. After all, the brand has a collection that goes in sync with the fun, easy-going and youthful persona of you're aiming at this Diwali! An alternative dressing solution that does not conform to the 'uniform' codes of mainstream fashion, Mufti is the brand of the young. Want to step out in style this season? Head to your nearest Mufti store!
  18. One of the biggest challenges for people with belly fat is dressing up. You want to wear fashionable clothes, and also hide your paunch - which doesn't seem to be an achievable goal. On top of that, if you're a foodie, the problem seems to magnify over time. The result? Frustration, an apathy towards fashion, and general nervousness when it comes to shopping for clothes. This is exactly what Vineet Kumar Sharma, our main man for the 5th Episode of 'Groom Barabar Groom', was facing. © MensXP Vineet is a travel consultant and a foodie, who finds it extremely difficult to dress fashionably while effectively hiding his belly fat. However, the GBG team loves a challenge, and they immediately vowed to make it happen for Vineet. Host Siddharth Batra along with celebrity stylist Akshay Tyagi, and designer Pawan Sachdeva got to work and picked out some amazing pieces from Mr Sachdeva's brilliant collection of jackets and other pieces. © MensXP © MensXP Once the outfit bit was sorted, it was time for Vineet to meet celebrity hairstylist Rod Anker, who ended up giving Vineet the makeover of a lifetime. Rod worked on making his haircut more angular and shaped his facial hair so that it looks edgier. © MensXP The person that emerged was a stylish, confident, fashionable, and most importantly, happy man. Vineet was over the moon about his new avatar. © MensXP © MensXP © MensXP © MensXP © MensXP Take a look at the episode here. We've seen multiple grooming and makeover shows for women over the years, but none for men. MenXP wishes to change that. Now more than ever, men are more up-to-date with all the latest trends when it comes to grooming products or the latest fashion. On the other end of the spectrum, a majority of them don't know where to even begin. With Groom Baraabar Groom, MensXP wants to create India's first male-focused makeover show that along with being a masterclass in everything fashion and grooming, will provide a safe space for underconfident guys to overcome their self-perceived shortcomings. Some of these guys might not even know the reason for years of self-doubt in them that we might have a very simple solution for. From a much-needed haircut to hygiene routines like pedicures, styling based on the body type (short, tall, skinny, overweight), fashion and grooming advice and a little note on improving self-confidence to finally the big reveal -- our show is more about breaking self-inflicted notions of physical shortcomings rather than a superficial makeover. MensXP wants to change the grooming game in India with this show.
  19. Work days can be painful, especially when it's the same old cycle that keeps on repeating itself. Sadly, that's the reality for most people, unless you're an 'Insta-model' who keeps on going to vacations all year round while conjuring money out of thin air. Add to that the monotonous dress code for most jobs, that doesn't even allow you comfort and style (ugh). So you do what you can to make yourself feel better. Idea for this week: Wearing Varun Dhawan's formal-wear with a twist for your next big meeting. © Viral Bhayani Sometimes, changing one single element from your outfit can make all the difference. Varun has ditched the quintessential belt, and has embraced the good old suspenders instead. However, support isn't what the pair of suspenders is helping with in this particular case. Like a true blue style enthusiast, Varun decided to just let them hang, and that is doing all the work. There is just something inexplicably charming about a pair of suspenders, exhibit A, if we may. © Viral Bhayani What you should keep in mind before going ahead with this outfit is that your shirt and trousers should be extremely well-fitted. By that, we don't mean tight, never tight. A relaxed fit can also be 'well-fitted'. Just make sure your shirt is not abnormally large (neither a size too small), and your trousers end just above the ankle, while fitting you snug - but also providing you ample space for movement. © Viral Bhayani Accessorize with a statement watch, and wear a pair of glasses. Even if you don't wear prescription glasses, a pair of smart clear glasses will do wonders for your overall aesthetic. Change it to sunnies when you step out. © Viral Bhayani Try it out, and it doesn't essentially have to be for a meeting. Have a great week ahead!
  20. The Indian cricket team captain being proud of his country and being patriotic? Wow what a surprise, that's so unexpected, isn't it? Okay, keeping all the sarcasm aside, Virat Kohli wearing a khadi poppy actually seems very cool and it's a great gesture. As a way to celebrate and commemorate India's contribution in World War I, the Royal British Legion and Surrey Cricket Club organised a small friendly match at the Oval Cricket Ground. Moreover, it was even held during the lunch break on the third day of the fifth Test match between India and England. The teams are out in the middle for the start of the the third day. At lunch there will be a re-enactment of a #WWI match played on the Western Front between the Royal Manchester Regiment and Sikh Regiment of the Indian Army #ThankYou100 #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/eDbdznYlwY — Royal British Legion (@PoppyLegion) September 9, 2018 The re-enactment of the WW1 match was held between the Royal Manchester Regiment and the Sikh Regiment of the Indian army. During that, both the captains – Virat Kohli and Joe Root – were spotted sporting a khadi poppy, the famous fabric made by none other than Mahatma Gandhi. The official Twitter account of the British Royal Legion shared a nice picture of both captains with the caption, “Today at @surreycricket England & India's Cricket teams are saying Thank You for the British & Indian contributions to #WW1. England captain @root66 & India Captain @imVkohli are pictured here wearing the Khadi Poppy, a fabric made famous by Mahatma Gandhi. #ENGvIND #ThankYou100”. Today at @surreycricket England & India's Cricket teams are saying Thank You for the British & Indian contributions to #WW1. England captain @root66 & India Captain @imVkohli are pictured here wearing the Khadi Poppy, a fabric made famous by Mahatma Gandhi. #ENGvIND #ThankYou100 pic.twitter.com/NWvMMTbgat — Royal British Legion (@PoppyLegion) September 9, 2018 Chief Executive of Surrey County Cricket Club, Richard Gould, said: “Surrey are proud to be partnering with The Royal British Legion to help commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Our country owes more to the sacrifices of this generation than it is possible to express and this anniversary seems a particularly appropriate time to say 'Thank You'. Through 'The 48' and the events being held during the Test Match, the club is honoured to be doing its bit to help a very important national campaign.” They shared more pictures of the match, as a way to recognize all the help and contribution by the Indian Army. The game was re-enacted to recognise the contribution of the Indian Army in #WW1. Check out our best pictures of the action! #ThankYou100 #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/NaPZQZfdhA — Royal British Legion (@PoppyLegion) September 9, 2018 There's more. Thanks to @surreycricket for having us at #ENGvIND today and helping us highlight the contribution of the #Commonwealth during #WW1 #ThankYou100 pic.twitter.com/AV3wrnvmo8 — Royal British Legion (@PoppyLegion) September 9, 2018 At the outbreak of #WW1, The Empire covered ~¼ of the ð & ð¨‍ð©‍ð§‍ð¦. From the Raj there was a massive outburst of support. Join us in saying #ThankYou100 to the @Commonwealth_Sec & recognising those from #SouthAsia. ð ï¸ https://t.co/XGKvHkThvZ pic.twitter.com/1xrQ0tG3ke — Royal British Legion (@PoppyLegion) September 7, 2018
  21. Men, let me tell you one thing. Women check you out even before agreeing to go out on a date with you, and if you fail in their style or 'presence' meter, you're not making it anywhere with them. First impressions go all the way and you wouldn't want to fail in that department now, would you? When you get dressed in the morning, you obviously want to look good for yourself and make yourself irresistible to the ladies. That will only happen with two things- always listen to the ladies in your life about style, and stop wearing jeans that are tighter than JLo's butt. © Facebook We rounded up 12 women and asked them about the sexiest, most attractive things men can wear or don (thank us later?) and here's what they had to say : A Nice Fitted Suit © Eros International "I like a man who can fit into a nice suit and show his body off. Of course, he needs to be lean and have a decent body to show it off through his suit. I don't like men who dress up scruffy, especially for a formal occasion or wear loose clothes. I mean, what's the deal with cargo shorts and a tee that hangs on you like you're a hanger"? - Priyanjali, 32. A Pair Of Nice Boxers © Thinkstock "I am a big sucker for men in their boxers. Yeah, it's probably the same as men having a thing for women in their underwear, but this is different. I'd like my man to roam about the house in nothing but boxers and it would turn me on, instantly! I think boxers should become a legit thing to wear outdoors"! - Kritika, 30 White Tee & Jeans © Pinterest "This fetish for seeing men in a white T-shirt and jeans started with my obsession with John Abraham and I fall weak on my knees when I see any man dressed like that. Support the jeans with a good belt and you're golden!" - Khushboo, 29 A Pair Of Good Sneakers © Pinterest "Basic good sneakers can go a long way and can be pulled off with a pair of cargos or denims even. I am not too big a fan of colourful sneakers but a basic black or white would do. Even a good pair of Converse is quite cool on a guy". - Hinakshi, 23 A Pink Tee/Shirt © Twitter "For me, pink is associated with positive emotions and if a guy can pull the colour off, it's really sexy. A nice light/baby pink shirt looks remarkable on a man. Who says pink is only meant for girls?" - Deepti, 28 Chinos © Pinterest "It's a refreshing change to see a man in a pair of well-fitted chinos, than the regular denims or pants. Khakhi chinos look really amazing on men and if they have a great butt, it's a double whammy"! - Akanksha, 33 Polo T-Shirts © Paramount Pictures "I like men in Polo tees and prefer them to v-necks or round necks any day. They look comfortable, stylish and suave, all at the same time. They're also the best thing to wear if you want to experiment with different colours." - Harshleen, 25 A Pair Of Aviators © Twitter "Oh man, whenever I see a guy in aviators, I just want to go right up ahead and get to know him better! They look so hot on men and they're the most stylish, old-school things that will never lose their charm! A man walking down the street in a pair of good aviators is surely going to turn some heads around" - Mansi, 35 A V-Neck Sweater © Yash Raj Films "I have a thing for men in solid v-neck sweaters. I think they look rather classy with denims or with a pair of pants even and it can be used for both formal and informal wear. Solid colours define the actual taste of a man. So, if I see a man in a nice blue v-neck, I'll definitely check him out"! - Gauri, 24 A Black Henley © Pinterest "Henley's are cool and can be worn with anything, from shorts, to cargos, to denims to even pants. It's a step up from a t-shirt and great for casual weekend wear, I think. Guys pulling off a Henley look darn confident. I LOVE the colour black, so a black one does the trick pretty well" - Prachi, 27 Rolled Sleeves © Twitter "I love men who roll their shirt sleeves up and show their forearms off. Boy, that's such a turn on! It just makes it seem like he's kicking back and relaxing after doing some rugged work all day. I always insist my man on rolling his sleeves up, haha"! - Natasha, 30 Mufflers & Beanies "Men in winters have to look warm fuzzy and hot, all at the same time. They should be like a cup of nice warm tea. Making you feel really good! I love men wearing caps, hoodies and beanies for the winter with a nice warm muffler. They look so tempting"! - Trisha, 29 So, there we have it. 12 women revealing what looks the most attractive to them in a man, in terms of accessories and clothing. Wear this stuff in front of them, and you're golden. Apart from these clothes, you need two more things though. An ounce of confidence and a smile that lights your face up, to match your outfit!
  22. Mumbai Police's Twitter page is the best meme account, don't even fight me on that. They always keep up with the latest memes and internet challenges and then put their own twist to it, making it even better. No one wants to see a boring ass PSA when you can edit the latest meme that's going viral. 'Kiki Challenge' has taken over the world but I'm sure a lot of people are sick of it now. So, here's Mumbai Police saying what everyone's thinking- We love your safety and can't leave it to be decided by Kiki! #GetInToTheCar #kikiChallenge #InMySafetyFeelings pic.twitter.com/OqOgmPgJA6 — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 2, 2018 They're always on point and even used the new, most annoying Instagram update and made it better. Such personal questions don't need insta replies! They need to be sent insta-ntly to the police #OnlineSafety pic.twitter.com/gSUziD9Ech — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) July 13, 2018 Their latest PSA also has a hilarious pop-culture reference. I'm sure everyone has seen 'Thor: Ragnarok' – probably the best Marvel movie yet – and that one scene with the fight between Thor and The Hulk, his friend from work. Mumbai Police used a picture of The Hulk wearing a helmet as a way of encouraging people to wear helmets, because well, even the strongest people need protection. Everything may not work out with all the grave mistakes you make! One mistake and... #WearAHelmet pic.twitter.com/rVP7cnnI89 — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 6, 2018 Usually, people always respond with a lot of laughing emojis, agreeing to their funny tweets, but today was a little different. A lot of people in the replies took this opportunity to point out how many times they have seen the cops on bikes without a helmet. A little bit hypocritical, isn't it? People also posted pictures as evidence and asked them to take action against the cops because they have to lead by example, right? What do you have to say on this @MumbaiPolice? Are the rules only gor the common man? Check out the vehicle registration number and catch this cop and then post it on your Twitter handle #dareforyou #dontjustpreach #practiceandpreach pic.twitter.com/t9jkZHOopr — remo jacob (@remoFD) August 6, 2018 That hashtag, tho! #WearAHelmet for you too#MondayMotivation pic.twitter.com/ciDCX814Jv — Rosh (@TekiRosh) August 6, 2018 The laws in this country are only meant for the common man. Everyone else from the lawmakers to the top bureaucracy is permitted to behave as they please because they all feed off from our hard earned tax money — Em (@thebigfatbao) August 6, 2018 It should. Hope this applies to all officers of @MumbaiPolice & @mtptraffic as well... They are amongst wilful offenders for traffic violations !! — Abhijaat Sinha (@abhijaat) August 6, 2018 But, they obviously received a lot of positive response as well, with people appreciating the effort. Marketing skills at it's best ð — sudeep (@sud_singh13) August 6, 2018 This person has the correct idea. Looking at the number of potholes, I feel only helmet is not enough, need to wear full body armour.... — P (@elakprash) August 6, 2018
  23. What to wear for a date night is the biggest question in every guy's mind. Even worse, if it's your first-ever date with the girl and you're unsure of your sartorial decisions. But while we've given you a list of fashion hacks and grooming checks to ace the task of looking your best, what exactly to wear still remains a big vital question. Which a lot of men, still don't have an answer to! So today, we turned to the experts, AKA the women, who need to be impressed and asked them about exactly what they want their man to wear on the first date. And to be frank looks like, impressing them with style isn't the hardest task, after all. 1. A Classic Polo T-shirt The Blue Señor. . . @ayushmannk in Madrid, to meet #cristianoronaldo. Wearing: Blazer, trousers & polo: @corneliani_official Colour-block sneakers: @coach. Shades: @pradalinearossa @luxottica . . #madriddiaries #blue #senor #spain #travel #corneliani #coach #sporty #cool #polo #ayushmannkhurrana #picoftheday A post shared by I S H A B H A N S A L I (@ishabhansali) on May 14, 2018 at 9:14pm PDT “Just a solid-coloured polo, well-fitted trousers, and sneakers do the trick for me”, said Chahat Bhatia, a 20-year-old photography student. She also added, that at the end of the day, what matters the most, is that the guy looks like he's comfortable in his clothes and is wearing his personality when he shows up. 2. A Checked Shirt © Viral Bhayani Disha, a 26-year-old Graphic Designer feels that a classic, quintessential checked shirt should be a man's go-to piece for a date. “ One can never go wrong with a well-fitted check shirt with a classic print, worn with the sleeves rolled up. Depending on the time of the date: if it's a brunch, he should slip into jeans and if it's a late evening dinner/drinks at the bar, chinos or trousers would be perfect.” 3. A Classic Monochromatic Ensemble All squared up. A post shared by Shahid Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) on Feb 4, 2017 at 5:57am PST “Men usually opt for blaring colours on the first date, when instead, they should just be keeping it simple, yet effective. You don't need to try too hard. A monochromatic visual suits one and all, is easily available is every man's closet and well, we love them too. The key is to nail your fit, appear comfortable and looking well-groomed as well.”, said Srishti Ahluwalia, a 27-year-old Indian fashion designer. 4. A Crisp White Shirt © Viral Bhayani “There's no taking away from the fact that crisp white shirts can take any man a very, very long way. Even to bed!”, said Pratishtha, 23, a law student with a slight giggle. She further added that pairing them with jeans or chinos (according to personal preference) is an effective style move. "Plus, if you're rolling up the sleeves to enhance your guns, that's going to score you some extra brownie points!" 5. In General, Smart Casuals Dont forget to wear your Smile! A post shared by KARTIK AARYAN (@kartikaaryan) on Aug 24, 2017 at 11:55pm PDT For Jyotika, a 25-year-old photographer, just smart casual clothing does the trick. “It's not a very difficult task, just tuck a well-tailored shirt into your trousers and complete the look with a belt and loafers (tassel/moccasins). You can even throw in a blazer in the combo if the weather allows. Having said that, it isn't just about the looks; you need to smell good as well. Maintain good oral hygiene, use an anti-antiperspirant, don't be a walking-talking turn off for us."
  24. Heading out for a wedding? We suggest you ditch your tux for a bandhgala instead and take a cue from how our famous men are doing it right now. The Bandhgala — a classic Indian, formal menswear piece — has over time evolved into mainstream festive wear. Even today, it's every guy's go-to piece when he's heading out for a wedding. But why just wear it to a wedding? We say, wear them to your pre and post wedding functions too, and pair them differently every single time. Just like these style stars below: 1. For A Sangeet @shahidkapoor owning it like always in @shantanunikhil for promotions of #padmaavat in Singapore yesterday ð¥ð¥ #shahidkapoor #minimalist #grey A post shared by Anisha Jain (@theanisha) on Feb 3, 2018 at 12:36am PST The first big event in the wedding celebrations is usually a dinner party or an in-house sangeet. For this occasion, keep things simple yet refined with a Bandhgala, along with a pair of well-fitted, comfortable trousers with double-monk straps. Take Shahid's monochrome look for example; it's easy, casual and dapper, all at the same time. 2. For An Engagement Party @kartikaaryan in @shantanunikhil and @trumpetshoes_in for #DadaSahebPhalkeExcellenceAwards2018 last night! #kartikaaryan A post shared by Anisha Jain (@theanisha) on Apr 22, 2018 at 2:31am PDT While the bride and groom exchange rings before their big night, we'd say, you turn to absolute refinement in the form of a handcrafted Bandhgala like Kartik here. Pair it with a well-fitted pair of safe, solid black trousers and patent leather dress shoes! 3. For A Mehendi Ceremony (If You're Allowed LOL) A post shared by Shahid Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) on Dec 23, 2017 at 3:00am PST Opting for a Bandhgala for a Mehendi may be a bit too much (considering they're usually day events), but a Bandhgala-Nehru jacket hybrid could be a great bet here. Wear it over a plain kurta with pyjamas and complete the look with monk straps and tinted sunglasses. 4. For That Big Wedding Night How you like me now? How you like me now? How you like me now? How you like me now? . Outfit - @Raghavendra.Rathore Assisted by @shradhapamnani @priyanka2.0 Hair - @ajaykaloya.hair Makeup - Ajay Naik #RanbirKapoor #Sanju #RaghavendraRathore #ThirtyFourPointSevenFive #TheHeavy #HowYouLikeMeNow A post shared by Priyanka & Kazim (@the.vainglorious) on Jun 30, 2018 at 11:37am PDT A Bandhgala is one style you're sure to see at any Indian wedding. But instead of opting for a Bandhgala that's long in length (a choice that many go for), wear one that's a lot shorter with a well-fitted pair of Jodhpuri pants like Ranbir here. Finish the look off with a pocket square in a contrasting color, a classic timepiece, and brogues. 5. Finally, A Bandhgala For A Wedding Reception The Dapper Duke. . . @ayushmannk sharpens this look with an equestrian twist. For a TV show today. In: Shirt & Jacket by @pawansachdeva22 Denims: @selectedindia @selected_official Chelsea boots: @louboutinworld . . #equestrian #chelseaboots #english #dapper #mensfashion #ayushmannkhurrana A post shared by I S H A B H A N S A L I (@ishabhansali) on May 10, 2018 at 11:27am PDT Lastly, it's time to close a stylish wedding affair with a statement Bandhgala, that's well-cut and sure to make you stand out from the rest (brownie points if you're the groom yourself). Take a cue from Ayushmann here and throw on a formal jacket on top, if you're really feeling it!
  25. Almost everybody works out (or at least everyone should), but if there's one mistake that most men make, it's of not wearing the right workout apparel or worse, turning up to the gym in loungewear. Unfortunately, your gym is the one place that calls for specific apparel, technologically-enhanced clothing (made from sweat absorbing fabric), to ensure you work out in your best capacity and don't end up annoying your skin too much. After all, the wrong fabrics through excessive sweating can cause more harm to your skin than good. But why do a lot of men not invest in proper workout gear? In our opinion, besides laziness, it has a lot to do with budget constraints as well; a lot of brands aren't affordable for the common Indian man. But voila, today, we've concised a list of (really) affordable brands, from which you can easily source your workout gear: 1. HRX by Hrithik Roshan © Facebook/HRX Hrithik has always been a fitness freak! Hence, he channeled all that passion and created an apparel brand for the gym wear needs of Indian men. HRX is your one-stop shop for literally everything — gym trainers, socks, T-shirts, vests, joggers and track pants, all available in a range of sizes for Indian men. Made from breathable cotton fabrics, each of these HRX's pieces allow the skin to breathe, while you're working out and sweating profusely. USP: Literally, A one-stop shop for Gym Gear Approx. Price Range: Rs. 500 - 2,000 Buy it here! 2. Fiber Fit © Fiber Fit Though Fiber Fit is a brand that specialises in T-shirts and vests for the gym, their motivational slogans are the biggest USP. Every piece is made of bio-washed cotton, that's extremely soft and very durable. The company aims to create relatable and affordable pieces to wear to the gym and be your go-to source for effective but also, very spiffy clothing. USP: Motivational Fitness Slogans On Must-Have Gym Apparel Approx. Price Range: Rs. 400 - 600 Buy it here! 3. Alcis Sports © Alcis Sports Alcis Sports is a performance wear brand, that offers clothes for different types of workouts ranging from yoga, running, training to racquet sports. In fact, there's also an option to customise your clothing (a first in this price bracker)! The brand invests in apparel technology and each of their pieces are lightweight, allow all-round movement and are very easy to wash/clean. With Indian cricketer Shikhar Dhawan as their brand ambassador, the brand already has a famous name behind it. USP: Technologically-Enhanced Performance Wear Approx. Price Range: Rs.400 - 2,200 Buy it here! 4. Aesthetic Nation © Aesthetic Nation A brand that aims to add some aesthetics to your gym wardrobe, Aesthetic Nation's clothing range is very diverse- track pants, shorts, T-shirts, vests and even hoodies for when the temperature drops. While the T-shirts and vests come with Cool-Dry technology, we love their Performance Bottoms that are made of soft, sweat-wicking fabrics; for absolute and dry comfort, and easy mobility. USP: A Mecca Of Activewear Approx. Price Range: Rs.500 - 1,100 Buy it here! 5. Skult by ABOF © ABOF A terrific collaboration between a commerce portal and Shahid Kapoor — Skult — is an athleisure brand, boasting of apparel that's best suited for the gym, but can be easily worn outside too. Skult offers activewear as well as pieces from Shahid's wardrobe (like a thumbhole T-shirt or a pair of drop-crotch jogger pants) and that's exactly why Skult is your ultimate answer to celebrity-approved gym wear! USP: Athleisure Clothing, Not Just Workout Gear Approx. Price Range: Rs.700 - 2,000 Buy it here!
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