SUM­MER SWAG: SAY NO TO MONOTONY

From mesh pants to pow­der-hued jump­suits, here’s what guys must have in their wardrobe. We put to­gether stylish al­ter­na­tives to tees and loose py­ja­mas as com­fort cloth­ing in the blis­ter­ing heat

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - Ak­shay Kaushal ■ ak­shay.kaushal@htlive.com

The swel­ter­ing In­dian sum­mer takes the fun out of our dress­ing up game. We of­ten end up wear­ing sloppy T-shirts and loose py­ja­mas, as com­fort is our pri­mary con­cern. But dress­ing frumpy in sum­mer can be de­press­ing, while putting in some ef­fort can pep up your mood. When the sun un­leashes its fury, counter it with breath­able, breezy fab­rics and sooth­ing hues.

“I rec­om­mend muted and pow­dered pas­tels in­stead of some­thing poppy bright for sum­mer dress­ing. Avoid fit­ted clothes and go for loose and breezy fab­rics. But that doesn’t mean that you com­pro­mise on style,” says designer Gau­rav Khanijo.

Sum­mer can be su­per bor­ing if you dress down, says designer Dhruv Vaish. “Dress­ing well can be an in­stant mood lifter. It’s al­ways fun to mix up hues and prints. We need to break the monotony and go for cheer­ful, cool­ing gar­ments,” he says. Here’s some quick in­spi­ra­tion to help you beat the heat in style.

CON­CEPT AND STYLING: Ak­shay Kaushal PHO­TOS: Manoj Verma/HT OUT­FITS: Khanijo, Dhruv Vaish, A’men by Apoorav & Sid­dharth, and Sid­dartha Tytler MOD­ELS: Ku­nal Sa­reen, Sid­dharth Kapila, Prince Khu­rana, Nikhil Gupta, Asif Khan MODEL CO­OR­DI­NA­TION: Pur­ple Though

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