CALCULATIVE DRESS­ING

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Rizwan is the per­fect ex­am­ple of how a cor­po­rate job doesn’t en­tail bor­ing greys and blacks. Un­like the fluc­tu­at­ing stock mar­ket, Rizwan has quite a set cor­po­rate style that he ex­per­i­ments with in terms of colours and cuts. Sleek ties are his sig­na­ture style and while white is his sig­na­ture colour, he prefers to choose from a colour pal­ette of pas­tels. He is hardly seen wear­ing darker hues and even when it comes to shoes, he prefers tan ones over black!

What you wear to work: A white shirt with a coloured thin tie and dark-hued­pants.

If you have an im­por­tant meet­ing, you’d wear… A light shirt that’s pock­et­less (that’s the trend­in­ter­na­tion­ally), tan shoes andm aybe coloured­socks.

When go­ing for a job in­ter­view, the most ap­pro­pri­ate out­fit is: A plain shirt, steer­ing clear of dis­tract­ing stripes or checks.

Colours that also work in a cor­po­rate setup: Light colours and pas­tels, like baby pink or pow­der-blue, tan, light green etc.

Rizwan wears a shirt from ow­shirts.com, trousers from Zara, belt from Da Mi­lano, tie from The Tie Hub, shoes from Zara and watch from Em­po­rio Ar­mani

RIZWAN BACHAV, IN­VEST­MENT BANKER PAS­TELS CAN SHINE BRIGHT AT WORK Rizwan wears a suit and shoes from Zara, shirt from ow­shirts. com, tie from The Tie Hub watch from Em­po­rio Ar­mani and socks from Happy Socks

Art di­rec­tion by Amit Ma­lik, Sam­reen Tungekar and Ananya Ghosh Make-up and hair by An­jali Jain and Ashish Moitra (ashu_­mois)

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