Designer Abdul Halder is known for ethnic and western wear for both men and women. Today he lists 10 rules for men to keep in mind while dressing up
A lot of us tend to go wrong when it comes to footwear. One should be extra cautious when teaming your footwear with your outfit.
Always pair up the right kind of shoes with your ensemble, it makes sense to have one pair of each kind.
Day and night bring on different moods and this applies to dressing as well. Make sure to dress up for the occasion.
A little over the top dressing makes you look loud and often ends up in a disaster. Try and keep it as simple as possible.
What a lot of men don’t get is that hairstyle should complement one’s height and face cut. So the next time you are at the hairdresser’s get a style that fits the bill.
Clean is in, so try and do away with the stubble which anyway doesn’t suit many.
Lean is in too. Bulging muscles or extra fat in the body is unattractive to the opposite sex and it does not looks posh either.
Well-behaved men always look more fashionable than the ones who are not. They are also a hit with the opposite sex, so stay well-behaved and stay stylish.
Always wear a smile, it is the best accessory you own and it will help you in the long run.
Men have access to limited accessories, of which the watch is the most important. Pairing the right watch with your outfit enhances the look.
Make sure not to wear too many accessories like women.
The 10 must-haves
- White linen shirt
- Great shoes to team with every look
- Pair of blue denims
- Watches, they add a lot of weight to your personality
- A decent belt
- Hot cufflinks
- Cool shades, keeping in mind your face cut
- White linen pants
- A well-fitted suit. A three piece also looks cool
- A plain V-neck t-shirt, if you have a good body to carry it off else, it’s a total disaster