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Tips to ace wearing Indian formals

If you’re tired of donning the same old boring suit every time you go for a wedding or a party, we suggest that next time you take your Indian formals out for a spin. And if you’re a tad concerned about how you will style them, look no further than…

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5 tips for wearing checked trousers to work

Most people, even the fashion forward of the lot, experiment with their formal shirts, but barely ever with their trousers. A solid black, grey or navy is what everyone relies on to look suitably sharp. However, when given the chance, checked trousers can go a long way in enhancing the…

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3 cardigan combos for winter

Cardigans may seem boring and not as interesting as your leather jacket, but there’s no denying that they are versatile and hold the potential to pair well with a host of outfits. In colours such as grey, tan, forest green and oxblood, they definitely top the list of our winter…

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3 ways to ace dressing for Traditional Day in office

One of India’s most widely celebrated festivals, Diwali brings with it endless celebrations that often make their presence felt at the workplace. If your office is hosting Traditional Day for its employees, here’s how to channel an ethnic vibe without compromising on a sharp ensemble. Similar Products Louis Philippe Band…

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Why you should wear a boutonniere

Had there been a poll, we would definitely be the frontrunners in championing the cause of the boutonniere and the top hat (yes, please let’s vote to bring them back into fashion!). Wearing flowers on your jacket lapel is not effeminate, but a sign of elegance. Statesmen, warriors, poets, even…

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Know your jacket lapels

With prerequisites like cut, colour and fabric taken care of, most men proceed to check out with their newly purchased suit. However, the most noticeable detail of the jacket i.e. the lapel is oft ignored. Till 1780, coats were worn buttoned to the neck. However, this rather stuffy fashion of…