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Ace This: Francis Underwood

Even if you’re only slightly familiar with House of Cards—a popular TV show—you know that Francis Underwood (played by Kevin Spacey), means serious business. Similar Products Louis Philippe Navy Chekered Blazer ₹8,999 BUY NOW Louis Philippe Navy Trousers ₹2,299 BUY NOW Louis Philippe White Wrinkle Free Shirt ₹2,599 BUY NOW…

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Sharply suited

You may wear a suit to work every day and while you may not think too much of it, these seven stylish celebrities show you how a well-tailored suit is a work of art. Whether it’s classic black or a risqué green, take a look at some of the most…

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Pick a placket

If all you’ve registered so far is the word placket, and you’re wondering what we’re harping about, shirt plackets are a subtle design detail, apart from being an integral structural element in all shirts. The placket is usually made up of a reinforced (double) layer of fabric on which buttons…

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The handy book of the elegant gent

Most of you know the basics of dressing stylishly like the back of your palms. However, you don’t want to be stuck in a style rut. Here’s how you can up your game: Tuxedos should have only one button. Period. Always leave the bottom button unbuttoned on a single-breasted jacket,…

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Tuxedo Etiquette: Channel your inner Bond

Meant for only formal events like weddings, balls, formal ceremonies and black-tie events, the tuxedo is as formal as men’s ensembles can get. It also has a formidable reputation since innovating and experimenting is generally frowned upon. But this also means that once you get your basics right, there is…

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Ways to wear cufflinks

Cufflinks originated in France in the 16th century and have been around long before the button, safety pin, zipper and Velcro. They are small accessories but certainly don’t go unnoticed. They spell class and sophistication and can even be priceless possessions handed down from one generation to the next like…

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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…

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Acing the monochrome look

What is common to the elegant gent and the on-trend hipster? Hands down, it has to be the monochromatic look. It is timeless and modern, classy and trendy, elegant and fail-safe. Wonder why we wax eloquent about this minimalist and yet dressed-to-the-nines look? Here’s why you should wear monochrome: Louis…

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Dressing for a sit-down dinner

The times, they have changed. And so have the rules of dressing. You are not expected to wear tailcoats and dress shirts with ruffles and stiffly starched collars and cuffs anymore. Unless of course, you’re attending a costume party where you can add a Salvador Dali-esque moustache to the look.…