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We have chosen 9 classics JUST FOR HIM that are very currentand should always be part of your wardrobe

 

 
For men, luxury that draws insight from the 1950's is leaving its mark on masculine fashion you are also seeing a demand for embellishment. The 'metrosexual', an urban male who is comfortable with his feminine side, likes trendy and expensive clothes and accessories, including jewelry.

The notion of the Metrosexual man is driving a demand for masculine jewelry. Until a few years ago, men wore only an unremarkable pair of cuff links and a wedding band. Today's man is confident enough to enter the female world of adornment, opting for jewelry that is bold, sporty and creative. Rubber, leather, steel and a variety of gemstones are the materials of choice, although traditional materials such as gold and platinum are also appreciated.

 
 
 
 
Choices cant be counted in case of womens fashion but todays fashion world pays equal importance to both mens and womens apparels. Men have become more fashion conscious and stylish so the designers have a target of this recently emerged market of mens fashion. Many things got introduced for the mens on new and one of the variation is long and short kurta. Long kurta and pyajama was always a part of mens wardrobe in India for occasions but these kurtas are making there mark in foreign countries also and mens have started to look for something different other then there regular trousers and shirts. So the designers have tried to give this kurtas some casual and different look.  At first designers have tried to change the colour trends and secondly the design trends. Earlier there were some particular colours worn by mens that includes light shades and very earthy touch ups but now things have changed men does not hesitate to try the bright colours and textures and designs. Zardosi, kantha, kashmiri, Phoolkari these types of embroideries and work like sequence and taara was not the part of mens fashion but now designers are trying every possible combination and decent motifs to create magic for men.
 
 
 
Tonic Clothing

Tonic Clothing is an ethical clothing label, offering a range of t-shirts, polo shirts, hoodies and bags. I'm not wild about a lot of the designs on the site, but I do like this Shootist t-shirt. At first glance, you might think this is a Scarface t-shirt, but it's actually Amitabh Bachchan, star of 1979 Bollywood blockbuster The Great Gambler.  The shirt is made from ethically-sourced cotton, with the design sat rather smartly at the bottom left-and corner.

Pick one up HERE
 
Amitabh Bachan
The trademark deep baritone voice, the tall, brooding persona, and intense eyes, made Amitabh Bachchan the ideal "Angry Young Man" in the 1970s, thereby changing the face of Hindi cinema.The lanky, dark, and intensely brooding persona did not go down well with directors who were looking for wise-cracking, fair, loverboys - the trademark of the Indian hero in the 1960s.
His persona seemed apt for the 1970s, capturing the resentment of underemployed youth and the increasing cult of violence. Bachchan reworked the image of the Hindi film hero with major hits like Deewar, Sholay, Trishul, Don, Kala Patthar, and Shakti. Adapting former screen idol Dilip Kumar's mannerisms and adding his own flamboyance, he popularized the violent melodrama.

Currently, he is one of the most busiest actors and singers in Bollywood as well as on TV, as can be seen from the commercials that he appears on, especially on Sahara One. Looks like there are no limits for this super-star and once the "Angry Young Man". of Bollywood.