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How to embrace the gentleman's attire

You know there is no scope for any alterations when thinking of a gentleman's attire: A three-piece suit; so don't leave any stone unturned when sporting one. There's something utterly appealing about a man dressed to perfection and nothing can do it better than a complete suit. "A three-piece suit has an old school, retro vibe to it; so make sure to play the part well when you wear one," says Mumbai-based designer, Nachiket Barve. Pick deeper colours, but think something other than the usual black, maybe a blue, which adds more depth to your personality. "Make sure of a proper tapered fit with special attention to the length of your suit pants. A perfect pair should have the length break just over the shoes," says celebrity style expert, Prasad Bidapa. Throw in a striking coloured shirt into the setting with an equally impressive coloured tie and break the monotony of a typical drab look with a pop of colours.

Upgrade the style quotient: Breaking away from regular cuts, get a shirt with a Peter Pan collar for adding a stylised touch to the age-old attire. Put on a strapped watch with an impressive dial (the colour in tune with the suit) as your only (and best) accessory option.

Suit, Blackberrys, Rs 10,995; Shirt, Camessi, Rs 5400; Tie, T.M. Lewin Rs 1,999; Belt, Zara, Rs 2,290; Shoes, Tresmode, Rs 9,990; Watch, Fossil, Rs 12,250

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