Style File: Dos & Don'ts for Men on the Red Carpet
Siddhartha Mallya, budding entrepreneur and industrialist
You probably need sunglasses to tackle the blinding whiteness of Malya Jr's suit. Once you get past that and the pout, you realise with its black lapels and welt detailing on the jacket and the side strip on the pants, the suit does him no favours. Reminds you of the 'after' in a detergent ad, and not in a good way.
Rahul Khanna, Bollywood actor
Now this is how you do a white (Gucci) suit. A subtle shade of white, beautifully cut, fine fabric and accessorised discreetly in black with a bow tie, pocket square and patent leather shoes shined to a sparkle, the suit sits perfectly on Rahul. Much like.
Narendra Kumar, Designer
It takes a brave man (or one with plenty of personality) to attempt a paisley printed dinner jacket, and if anyone can, Nari can. On anyone else it may have looked ridiculous, but Nari makes the jacket his own by teaming it with black jeans.
Neil Nitin Mukesh, Bollywood actor
Yet another risky suit in terms of how lustrous the fabric looks. While it may not be to everyone’s taste, to be fair, the color does agree with Neil, not to mention how well the suit is tailored. We’d say, all in all, the boy looks sharp.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Bollywood actor
It’s a classic suit worn with a contrast-color shirt. He looks good in it even though it’s too business-like for an evening soiree. Even so, wish he'd opted for a narrower tie and a different color. The grey seems to have an aging effect.
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