Model Turned Actor Upen Patel Gives Fashion Tips

Published: 26th January 2016 03:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th January 2016 03:38 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: From modeling to movies,  Upen Patel has come a long way. Having worked with the A-listers of fashion industry, Upen is know for own fashion sense – it was not without a reason that he was awarded most stylish male by MTV India last year. Last seen in Shankar’s I , the stylish star gives some fashion lessons.

Favourite attire

  • A tailor-made suit. It separates the boys from the men.  Always go for class, not swag.
  • Outfit for a formal occasion I would go for a black double-breasted suit made from Italian fabric, with a white double cuff shirt with a cut away collar. I would add a pocket square, tie and black tassel loafers.
  • Favourite colours and fabrics I play it safe with colours and go for a navy, black or grey suit; your wardrobe can never go wrong with those. When it comes to fabrics, it has to be by the house of Ermenegildo Zegna.
  • You look best in Not just me, every man looks great in a suit.
  • Best dressed in Bollywood Sonam Kapoor has excellent dressing sense.
  • Like to shop atSavile Row, London; it has the best tailors in the world. The street is small but lined up with perfect shopping outlets for men.
  • Tip on dressing to kill Never be overeducated, overpaid or overdressed – that’s the motto.
  • Hair care routine Once a month I use this wonderful Ayurvedic hair oil which contains some amazing herbs. I swear by it.
  • Secret to healthy hair It’s a secret.Ayurvedic hair oil is the secret weapon for strong, long-lasting hair.
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