5 things you dont know about Sidharth Malhotra

Ladies, here’s why this quiet 29-year-old hunk will be your perfect man. We decode the way to his heart:

He wants to be the real deal
“Eventually, looks die and what matters is conversation. So she should be a good talker,” he said in an interview to Filmfare.

He’s not afraid of bucking down
During his stint as assistant director for My Name is Khan, director Karan Johar made him sweep floors and run last-minute errands like finding props; all the back-door dirty work.

He’ll make that extra effort
“We all do this stupid stuff to get attention,” he said in an interview to IANS. “I remember following a girl just to find out what class she was going to and what her timetable is in college.”

He will bring on the giggles to chase you
“Laughter always works, compliments work… so does being honest,” is his formula to chase a girl as revealed during promotions for his film Hasee Toh Phasee.

Finally, he’s got the right attitude
His mantra for life is to keep your women happy! We are happy indeed.

Photograph: Prabhat Shetty/IndiaTodayImages.com

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Celebrity Style Hacking Tips on India Kishmish

It’s only the first week of January and we’ve already got some serious #styleinspo from our favourite celebs. They’ve been spotted in the hottest trends – leather skirts, colour-blocked dresses and embellished blouses. And the best part – we spill their style secrets.
Here are six lessons that we learnt from the stars that you should follow too.

Lesson #1: Flaunt your curves with a voluminous skirt 
Pear-shaped girls, pay attention! Highlight your narrow midriff with a fitted, high-waisted skirt and pair it with an off shoulder blouse – Priyanka Chopra shows you a great way to wear the trend.
Lesson #2: Go for oversized monochrome checks
If you’re paying attention, you know plaid is back. Swap your block-coloured skater dress with a Tartan shift dress this winter. We love how Nicky Hilton keeps her look minimal by letting the print do all the talking. Pair your checks with boots and a casual sling bag.

Lesson #3: You can’t go wrong with pleats
Comme des Garçons and Givenchy showed us how to do pleats this season. Both flirty and feminine, the pleated skirt is the perfect choice for a work conference or a brunch case in point Gone Girl’s Rosamund Pike who wore it to Variety’s creative impact awards brunch. Try it in sorbet hues, paired with printed blouses.
Lesson #4: Leather skirts bring an edgy element to your casual look
How do you go from casual to chic? Switch your basic cotton skirt with a mini leather version. Whether it’s a coffee leather skirt or a fitted black alternative, this on-trend piece is fast becoming a wardrobe staple and is ideal for a chilly day. Take inspiration from Shraddha Kapoor and wear it with a sequinned blouse and knee length boots for a relaxed, yet fun night-out look.

Lesson #5: An embellished blouse doesn’t have to be dressy
Not sure about the trend? Don’t stress. There is a way to tone down the excessive shine and still sparkle. Let your textured blouse speak for itself by pairing it with neutral tones like black, white, beige or navy. Felicity Jones makes a statement with her floral applique top and a puffy A-line skirt.
Lesson #6: Add layers to your outfit by colour blocking
Is your outfit missing a pop of colour? Throw on a colour-blocked jacket over a dual-tone shift dress like Jacqueline Fernandez. The trick is to pick contrasting primary colours or shades of a solid colour – crimson with fuchsia, emerald with navy, peach with mint or even coral with cobalt.
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Get the Look of Arjun Kapoor Style Hack

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Arjun Kapoor is our perpetual #MCM (that’s Man Crush Monday for those who don’t know). Whether he’s the super chilled, lost lover from Finding Fanny, average Joe from 2 States or the ‘70s gangster from Gunday, Kapoor has transitioned from one look to the other seamlessly. Off-screen, this Kapoor has carried his own weight when it comes to style choices (if you had a style icon for a sister you would make sure you clean up good too!).
Recently we spotted him looking sharp in a purple Nehru jacket, olive shirt and jeans. The actor’s choice of pairing non-conformist shades really got our attention. So we went ahead and broke down the look with easy shop-able options for you from Jabong so you can easily steal his style. To round it up, pair the look with statement accessories – a bold timepiece, Derby shoes and a graphic print pocket square. Now go out and show your friends classic jackets don’t have to be boring.

Photograph: Instagram.com/arjunkapoor

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How to Get The Dolly Ki Doli Look

Ask Sonam Kapoor how to deck you up for the next wedding you’re invited to and who knows, she might read out an entire wardrobe item list for you. Truth be told, Sonam has nailed the modern bride look in her new movie Dolly Ki Doli. She looks unconventional but stays traditional, adds avant-garde details but lives it up in deeply embellished ghaghras and finally, makes sure the new bridal look for the year is anything but mellow. So we put together a few things you might need this season to nail Dolly’s look.

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A Traditional Lehenga with a Twist
A good lehenga should adhere to a few rules: a good fit, a vibrant colour and a neatly stitched blouse. Now, what Sonam showcases in the movie poster is not a conventional one. It’s a little on the subtle side. The lehenga is simple, parades itself in monotone and keeps those accessories at bay. Subtle yet colourful but packed with a punch – notice that there are no jarring Swarovskis and crazy sequins. Now that’s how you make a statement.

Have you ever wondered which sunglasses go well with Indian wear? We did and we agree with Sonam. Aviators have always been trendsetters and on Indian outfits, they tend to take the chic factor up a notch. These days aviators come in varied shades and cool reflective lens – just choose one that suits your outfit well. For all those who love convention, a classic aviator is all you need – with it’s dynamic military looks and vintage-y frames.

Leather Jacket 
Now leather jackets on lehengas might just be way too bold but Sonam does it so effortlessly. When looking for a cover-up to use, buy one that is staid, refined and structured so as to combat the flouncy exuberant lehenga. Reams of fabric needs a structured top to keep it in place and to flatter your shape.

We all know sports shoes are the shizz – they seem to keep you toned, help with your everyday look and generally make you look fabulous on a daily basis. But teaming them with a lehenga is a first, even for Sonam. But she wears them effortlessly and pulls it off – maybe wearing sneakers on Indian wear is far too unconventional for a regular girl but you can wear them on kurtis and sport them with ethnic jackets. Whatever it is, it shouldn’t stop you from ogling at the fab fare we have here, right?

Hair Accessories 
All those maang tikkas have come to some use. With fashion going traditional, hair accessories too have gone unconventional. You can easily sport hair band with your denim shirt and can also easily pair it with your kurti. Talk about multiple benefits. Choose ones with many chains, unique charms and fun crystals – they will add the glam effect to your next outfit in a jiffy.

Exclusive: Aditya Roy Kapur’s Charming smile is sure to lure you in

Aditya Roy Kapur’s Style and Fashion

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The Aashiqui 2 and Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani star’s charming smile is sure to lure you in. The 28-year-old talks to The Juice Magazine in an exclusive chat. 

Are you fashion conscious?
I don’t know if I am trying to make a statement, but I am definitely trying to be comfortable. I can wear just shorts and even crumpled T-shirts. Sometimes I do care and put on a pair of jeans, shoes and a crisp shirt. I am fashionable sometimes.

What do you like to do in your free time?
Other than staring at my wall, I like to stare at my television and books. I play the guitar, normal stuff.

How was it walking the ramp for India Online Fashion Week (IOFW) by Jabong?
I walked the ramp for designer Nitin Bal Chauhan. I think it’s nice what Jabong is doing, giving a chance to a bunch of aspirants and uncovering new talent. They are getting a good opportunity and they don’t even have to pay. So I think it was great to be a part of it.

Photo Credit: Rohan Shrestha
Words: Yashika Mathur

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Look Like Varun Dhavan Style Hack

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With his chocolate boy looks, Varun Dhawan can wear a garbage bag and still look good. Thankfully, he doesn’t need too as he’s got a great sense of style. He was spotted at MAMI wearing a super cool ensemble.
Wearing a bomber jacket over a statement t-shirt, he paired it with dark denims and boots. Here's how you can get this look right here on Jabong.
Credit: Viral Bhayani
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Get Sonam Kapoor’s Skirt Style

Get Sonam Kapoor’s Skirt Style Bollywood Fashion

Don’t we all just love a Sonam Kapoor sighting? The ultimate muse of most Indian designers, Sonam Kapoor always pushes boundaries with every new red carpet appearance. Her bold fashion choices, willingness to experiment and effortlessly put together luxury pieces with high street basics makes her a sartorial hero in our eyes.

Spotted at the Hello Awards, Sonam decided to take glamorous skirt with a voluminous skirt, a sharp blazer and a ruffled blouse with a bow. She completed the look with sleek, side-swept hair, red lips and strappy black stilettos.
The soft make-up and hair is a great contrast to the fierce blazer. We also love the 50s vibe of her Ralph Russo skirt. What do you guys think of this look?

Steal Saif Ali Khan’s Style

Steal Saif Ali Khan’s Style Bollywood Fashion

When it comes too dapper dressing, no one does it like Saif Ali Khan. With royal genes, an amazing sense of style and a solid sense of humour, he’s always the perfect candidate for Man-crush Monday. The release of his latest film Happy Ending brought about some great style choices at the movie’s promotional events. Of course, we’re always partial to sharp blazers on Saif Ali Khan, and this time was no different.
He opted for a classic black blazer with a crisp white shirt and denims. He completed the look with tan shoes, a red pockestsquare, a tan belt and sleek, gelled hair.

We love how effortlessly stylish this Khan is. Get a similar look Like Him Feel Like Him. :)

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Six hacks to looking like a Hollywood and Bollywood Celebs

Are you ready for some serious #styleinspo from our favourite celebs this week? They’ve been spotted in the hottest trends – off-shoulder blouses, icy tones, stripes and tricky trousers. And the best part – we decode their style secrets just for you.

Lesson #1: Wear all white
Taylor Swift’s look proves that an all-white ensemble is both minimal and super-cute. And while white might not be flattering to all shapes, here’s how you cheat it. Throw on a lightweight cover up over a plain white skater dress and add a headband for an old-world charm.

Lesson #2: Sunny hues + icy tones = win
Forget autumnal colours – pair sorbet hues with pastel shades for an interesting pop of colour. Take a cue from Huma Qureshi and try a canary yellow printed blouse with a subtle cadet grey skirt.

Lesson #3: Off-shoulders are back
Showing skin never looked this good. Step away from deep necklines and revealing backs – an off-shoulder blouse is the way to go (think Ralph Russo’s Autumn/Winter 2014-15 show). Pair your printed version with a skirt in the same hue – a style that Jacqueline Fernandez wears so well.

Lesson #4: Go cazh with grunge
Before you call us out on this one, there is a way to re-invent grunge without looking totally unkempt and we think Emma Roberts does it effortlessly. Put on your basics and tie a striped jumper around your waist for that casual grungy effect. Add oversized sunnies and leopard print sneakers and you’re good to go.

Lesson #5: How to nail tricky trousers
If there’s one person to constantly take style lessons from, it’s Sonam Kapoor. As always, the actor looked sharp and nailed the trouser trend – and you can too. Keep the rest of your look single toned and pick a trouser that cuts off right at your ankles. Opt for a well-tailored pair of trousers to make this style work for you.

Lesson #6: Mash-up your stripes
Matching prints can be tricky, but Sienna Miller shows us how it’s done. Team up your vertical stripes with horizontal stripes – the secret here is to keep the colours simple. Channel Miller’s classic style with a crisp collared monochrome shirt and pair it with a wraparound midi skirt.

Photographs: CelebMafia, Viral Bhayani, Instagram

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Eight hacks to looking like a Celebrities

We love Fridays – and with good reason. Every week, we’re hunting for style inspiration. And this time around, our favourite celebs didn’t disappoint. From tangerine to print-on-print and colour blocking, these stylish ladies nail all the hottest trends.

Lesson #1: Edgy and feminine is the new black
Jessica Alba shows us a whole new way to do leather and ladylike. Take a cue from Alba, who paired her black crop top with a voluminous skirt and threw on a leather jacket for an edge.

Lesson #2: Match muted florals like a pro
If there’s anything we’ve learnt, it’s that Kangana Ranaut can do no wrong. You too can experiment with floral separates – pair a peplum blouse and a roomy pastel skirt for a formal, elegant look – an outfit that Ranaut has perfected.

Lesson #3: Play with polka dots and breton stripes
Ever tried print on print? The trick here is to stick to monochrome when you’re mixing two busy prints. Keep the rest of your look simple – Emma Stone nails the trend.

Lesson #4: Bold shades are the key to colour blocking
Colour blocking is all about bold combinations.  And while Poorna Jagannathan’s outfit is a heady mix of a vibrant cobalt blue and white, it’s those hints of yellow, grey and light pink that make it all the more striking.

Lesson #5: Swap your skirt with a skort
Ditch the predictable mini skirt for a printed skort like Taylor Swift. The playsuit creates the illusion of a dress, but is actually has a casual element because of the shorts. Be it solid separates or printed playsuits, a skort is the way to do it.

Lesson #6: How to wear tangerine
Who said you can’t wear head-to-toe orange? We love that Neha Dhupia has gone all out with this sunset-inspired shade. Like the actor, it’s safe to keep the accessories subtle – a champagne clutch and dull gold pumps to let the outfit stand out. Also, the little slit on the dress gives the bright colour a break.

Lesson #7: How to make a pant suit fun
There is a way to wear a suit to a cocktail party. Do it like Pernia Qureshi and show off your toned body by pairing printed separates with a risqué neckline instead of a regular collared shirt for the suit to look more fun and less corporate.

Lesson #8: Borrow distressed denims from the boys
Ripped jeans never looked this good. Anushka Sharma makes a case for up-sized boyfriend jeans – take inspiration from the actor and pair your version with a bright coloured blouse and nude t-strap peep-toes. It’s a look that’s both girly and laid-back.

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Look of the day: Sonam Kapoor The Style Icon of Bollywood

Does Sonam Kapoor ever have a fashion misstep? The actress was spotted last night wearing a fiery red Rosie Assoulin gown with an asymmetric hemline that showcased her toned legs.  We love how she skipped the usual black and gold heels in favour of white. Her beauty look was on point with sleek hair and red lips. Love her look? Shop similar styles below!

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Style File: Sonakshi Sinha

We first spotted Sonakshi Sinha in her debut film, Dabangg delivering a power packed performance that firmly placed her on our one to watch for list. While Sinha was breaking box office records, but when it came to style she had plenty of hits and misses over the years. From staying in character off-screen to picking outfits that weren’t age appropriate, the actor has been guilty of all. However, 2014 saw her in a new style – she become more comfortable in her own skin, swapped her long tresses in favour of a shorter do and started experimenting with a lot more silhouettes. And we like this new version of her to add to an already admirable acting talent. Well played, Sonakshi.

Sonakshi Sinha’s stay fit guide

Eating healthy, staying fit and fighting the urge to binge on carbs is no easy feat. Lucky for you, we got Sonakshi Sinha to dish out tips that help her stay slim.

1. Be regular with your physical activities.

2. Don’t start working out on a negative note.

3. Understand your limitations

4. Eat small meals every two hours

5. Don’t be too hard on yourself. Reward yourself every now and then.

Photograph: Anushka Menon; Styling: Daniel Franklin

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10 Awesome workout clothes that will keep you motivated all year long

Weights, cross trainers and an occasional boxing match, our fitness challenges in the new year have only increased. But has your wardrobe moved on from dowdy loose tee shirts and a boring pair of trainers? Not really, right? Wearing the right clothes to the gym is important – after all, you need to sweat it out in style. Plus, who knows? These workout clothes might just help you to do better and stay motivated.
But what makes for great workout clothes? Look for stuff that’s fashionable and functional, simple. So we decided to give you 10 ways to look stylish at the gym. No more excuses!

1. Fabric First
Cotton fabrics are a strict no-no. Don’t go for ones that irritate your skin while working out. Workout clothes should come in fabrics like spandex or polyester/lycra blends as they keep you dry throughout your workout.

2. Fit is Fun
The trick is to look for outfits that are not loose and frumpy nor super tight – it’s tacky. The only thing you must look for is clothes and accessories that are well-fitted and those that help you breathe easy.

3. Bright Vs Boring
Gym clothes don’t mean drab greys and monotonous blues – just once in a while try something bright or fun.

4. Accessory Overload
Apart from the usual clothes, look for accessories that add to your look. From cute hair bands to fun gloves, from good sneakers to gym bags – there’s something for everyone.

5. Showing Off Your Body
Never think that gyms are about covering up – if you have the right assets and a killer body, it’s ok to show off (just a lil bit). Besides, people don’t mind it if you wear fitted yoga pants or a nice ab-showing crop top. Really!

6. Motivational Motifs
Go for tees and bags that carry happy messages and fitness ideas. They will surely keep you motivated towards your goals. Why not!  

7. Layering Right
Your gym clothes must fit summer and winter months – that can only mean one thing, layering. Wear a nice oversized sweatshirt in cold months and add a parka if you head out. Go for a crop top in the summer months but wear a good sports bra.

8. Right Technology
Look for new-age technology to keep you going – from dri-fits that soak your sweat and dry you out instantly to anti-microbial treatments that combat odor and even tees that come with ultra-violet protection to fight the sun’s harmful rays.

9. Choose The Activity
Every fitness activity comes with it’s own set of rules and outfits – yoga means loose pants + organic tee. Boxing comes with gloves + shorts. Cycling needs leggings and a sports bra. Know the activity and then buy.
10. Get Support
Wearing the right underwear defines your look at the gym. As you are moving, you need to keep those girls of yours in place – so opt for a good sports bra. Panty lines are tacky – so look for seamless underwear.

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Be flirty neutrally

This season, it’s all about luscious lashes and barely-there makeup – we spotted this beauty trend at the Gucci and Rochas Autumn/Winter 2014-15 runway shows. And how do you nail this look? You’ve got to have eyelashes that go on for days.

The flirty neutral look involves just four easy steps:
- Make sure your brows are groomed though.
- Apply white or silver eyeliner inside your lower waterline to open up your eyes.
- Then, use false eyelashes and inky mascara to really put the focus on your peepers.
- A touch of tinted gloss on your pout will complete your look.

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Pallavi Sharda Shares Her Beauty Secrets

Make-up must-haves: A good moisturizer and suncreen. During performances, I can't do without gel eyeliner. Lastly, pop lipsticks; I especially like M.A.C's shades of red.

Beauty Icon: Audrey Hepburn, her style is classic and she has that face that can be moulded to suit any look.

Red Carpet look: I love a good retro look! Hairstyles from the '20s are very in at the moment. I experiment and have a lot of fun with them. Classic and clean make-up with slicked-back hair is another favourite.

Skincare regime: Cleansing, toning, aand moisturizing before going to bed.

Favorite Perfume: There are a few I love, but for the last few years my go-to has been Chance by Chanel.

Beauty advice: Wash your face many times a day, especially if you live in a big polluted city. Also, forget ti eat lots of fruits and vegetables for that inner glow.

Hair care routine: I use Pantene's shampoo and conditioner. Then I follow it up with an Argan oil massage while the hair is still damp. When time permits, I try to get a hot oil head massage.

Phototgraph: Rushil Mehta

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Natalie Portman is a runaway bride for Dior

Cold feet on your wedding day? Just ask Natalie Portman who plays a runaway bride in the latest short film It’s Miss, Actually, centering around the perfume Miss Dior. Natalie Portman plays a runaway bride in the latest film It’s Miss, Actually, centering around the perfume Miss Dior. We’ve been watching the film, directed by Anton Corbijn on loop. Shot in the French Riviera, Janis Joplin’s Piece of My Heart provides the background score as Portman decides she prefers staying a Miss (us too!). What transpires next, well you have to watch the film below to find out.

10 Expert Tips For Growing & Maintaining A Moustache

Moustache TLC
Whether you’re growing one for Movember or simply because they’re on trend at the moment (the moustache is the new beard, don’t you know?) a ‘tache takes time to train and needs some TLC if it’s to look its best.

And who better to give some advice on moustache maintenance than ten guys who either have one or look after ‘taches for a living (and in some cases both)?
1. Get Your Timing Right
“The easiest way to trim your moustache in the initial stages is with clippers or a beard trimmer, but after three to four weeks graduate from these to a quality pair of facial hair scissors to trim around the mouth.
This is also the time to start using a moustache comb, along with a little wax. These will help shape your moustache but will also even it out, helping fill any gaps and prevent it from looking fluffy.”
Michael Beardsley, stylist at Pall Mall Barbers in London and owner of a beautifully maintained moustache.
2. Get Scrubbing
“I always recommend using a good face scrub to remove any unwanted food or dead skin cells building up in your moustache, particularly in the early stages.”
Bearded Liverpool barber, Peter ‘Cut Throat Pete’ Cranfield.
3. Shampoo And Condition
“Facial hair can be very coarse, which can make your skin feel dry and itchy – so try using a little two-in-one shampoo and hair conditioner to keep your moustache clean and conditioned.”
Kate Wingrove, Director at Trevor Sorbie salons in London and Brighton.
4. Cut When Dry
“Do not try to trim a wet moustache. Wet hair is heavier and will hang longer. When it dries and retracts you may find you’ve trimmed too much.”
Chris Martin, Author of The Gentleman’s Guide to Beard and Moustache Management.
5. Give It Some Wax
“I try and keep my ‘Mo’ as natural as possible but understand that some maintenance is needed from time to time. For special occasions I might give my ‘tache a little treat and get out the moustache wax to give it some definition.
My personal favourite is the Captain Fawcett Sandalwood Moustache Wax – it smells very manly and a little goes a long way. Warm between your fingers thoroughly before applying.”
Ex Royal Marine commando, salt ‘n’ pepper ‘tache owner and founder of British grooming brand The Bluebeards Revenge, David Hildrew.
6. Get Combing
“A moustache comb is an excellent investment if you’re growing a Mo. Not only can you use it to evenly distribute moustache wax and help part your moustache in the middle, it’s also a useful aid when trimming.
Use the comb to lift your ‘tache hair – it’ll make cutting it with scissors much easier – and angle the comb in the same direction as your lips.”
Brendon Murdock, Founder of uber-cool barbers Murdock London.
7. Don’t Be Scared Of Stubble
“If you’re worried about how a standalone moustache might look, try growing the moustache longer, shape it with a beard trimmer, and shave the rest of your beard down to a number two or three so your ‘tache is surrounded by stubble.”
Chris Camplin, moustachioed model (below).
8. Match Your Mo To Your Face Shape
“It’s crucial to take into account your face shape when choosing a moustache style. Not everyone can pull off the ‘Tom Selleck’ or a pencil moustache, so make sure to strike a balance between your face shape and the style you choose.
If you’ve a square face opt for a heavy, longer moustache and if you’ve an oval one go for a medium width style with a slightly triangular shape.”
Asgar Saboo, creative director at Daniel Galvin.
9. Know How To Twirl
“To achieve up-turning points on your moustache, take a smidgen of moustache wax, rub between your thumb and index finger and twirl the end with a technique much the same as snapping your fingers.”
Allan Peterkin, author of One Thousand Beards: A Cultural History of Facial Hair.
10. Moisturise!
“The skin underneath a moustache can become exceptionally dry as the hair draws moisture up from the skin, allowing it to evaporate. To avoid ‘tache dandruff’, moisturise the skin under your moustache daily using your fingertips.
Make sure you rinse thoroughly after washing too, as face wash, shampoo or shower gel residues can irritate skin and exacerbate dryness.”
Lee Kynaston (yes, this final one’s from me).
The Moustache Lookbook
Finally, let’s end with a lookbook of excellent moustaches, collated from around the web:

Get Involved
Are you getting involved in Movember this year? If so, what type of ‘tache will you be going for? Perhaps you sport a moustache all year round and have a great tip you can share?

Let us know using the comments box below…
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7 Things to Keep In Mind While Shopping For Your Man

Men love it when you shop for them, but they hate going out to shop for themselves. We’ve come out with a handy guide on how to buy the right clothes for your man. Ensure that even if you’re maxing out his credit card, you’re doing with every bit of your fashionable heart in it.

Clothes that Fit Well

For buying well-fitted clothes, you will need the correct measurements of his neck, chest, waist, inseams, and out seams. Clothes that are too tight or too big look ugly. Even bigger guys look better in fitted clothes. Ensure that neither the shirt should be baggy, nor the sleeves should be very loose.

Colours that Suit His Skin Tone

Select colours that suit your man’s personality and be mindful of his taste. If he is conscious about wearing loud colours like pink and purple, buy pastels for him. If he is bulky, then buy clothes in a dark shade and avoid anything with horizontal lines.

Experiment with Bows and Ties

 At every formal setting, the first thing people notice is a man’s tie. Experiment with different tie styles. Striped ties look classy and can be matched with any suit. Silk ties in complementary colours, especially solid colours look great with a tweed suit. If your man likes experimenting, go for a quirky style like a tie with polka dots.

Search for Trends

 If you think you do not have enough knowledge about men’s fashion, subscribe to fashion magazines for men (we recommend Esquire and GQ). This is the best way to study what’s in vogue and what’s not. When you go shopping for him, take those magazines with you so that you have a reference while creating a particular look.

Business Wear for Men

Try matching different shirts, ties and blazers. Be sure he has solid coloured suits and blazers as an essential wardrobe component. Cottons are very useful during summers, while tweed feels comfortable and look stunning during winters.

Don’t Forget the Shoes and the Belt

Men do not wear too many accessories, except a good belt and great shoes, so be careful of including the two in your shopping list. If they do not wear fancy things, we are sure they will like a matt-finish black leather belt. Leather shoes are also a must-have in his wardrobe.

Jackets and Overcoats

A jacket or an overcoat should be able to accommodate a suit underneath. In an overcoat, the thumb rule is to look for any wrinkles when you wear it. Presence of vertical wrinkles means the coat is too large, and horizontal wrinkles indicate it is too small.
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