Whether it is a classic suit, a quirky one or a simple shirt and chinos outfit, we love how Reynolds’ style is sharp and more importantly, wearable.
There are few men who wear suits with as much ease as McConaughey. Whether it is a tuxedo or a checked, two-toned suit, every red-carpet appearance the star makes is a lesson in fashion.
If you’re looking for clues on how to dress down a suit, Colin Firth should be your inspiration. He almost always wears a slim-fit, contemporary suit and leaves the top button undone to give his ensemble a measured, casual touch.
We love this Bond hero for his flawless fashion sense. He wears a blue shirt and chinos with as much confidence as he wears a three-piece suit and an artfully tucked-in pocket square. While dishevelled hair may be fashionable, we appreciate how Brosnan keeps it old-school with well-groomed hair and beard.
This actor may not have had a great run on the silver screen, but you can’t find fault with his wardrobe. With outfits that look like they’re fit for a resort-wear catalogue, if there’s one thing to learn from Khanna’s style, it is how to wear a bandhgala and a bow tie without looking like a child playing dress-up.
While his choice of silhouettes is safe, the actor experiments with colour, whether it is through accents, accessories or panels.
Whether it is a classic, brown suit (like the one from Dirty Harry) or a simple, casual look you’re trying to imitate, Clint Eastwood’s style is ideal as it leans towards old-school, minimalistic dressing.
Written By : The Label Team