In Rajesh Pratap Singh & Jack And Jones
Your daily dose of quirk is brought to you, courtesy Ranveer Singh. At GQ India’s 50 most influential Indians 2017, he was spotted wearing a Rajesh Pratap Singh jacketed kilt with a deconstructed blazer and trousers.He paired them with a DSquared jumper and Louboutin shoes.
Earlier in the day, he was spotted at the airport in Jack and Jones separates and Carrera sunglasses. The outfit was one of the more subtle looks from the actor and my pick amongst the two.
Tell us, what did you think of his experimental look? Love it or Hate it, you cannot deny that this man wears everything with such ease.
Ranveer Singh At GQ 50 Most Influential Men
Ranveer Singh at the Airport
Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani
Ranveer’s costumery aside, though that is ridiculous in itself, the laziness of naming the awards “India’s 50 most influential Indians” is annoying. Back to Ranveer, that kilt is interesting, but I think over-designed with the jacket portion.
I hate it! I think I just like simple dressing on men. On an unrelated note,I am this close to throwing a fit in the supermarket over the changed outlook of the . Mommy please……
Still dislike your new format…ots hard to differentiate between ads and actual text. and too many links…its very cumbersome
I agree. I hope with these changes, their comment policy becomes stricter too, especially for those who laugh at their own stupidity by writing “LOL” at the end of each sentence.
Ranveer just made me smile, and for that I am grateful. 🙂 He is one of a kind, and I actually like that skirt trouser look on him.
Good writing, HHCIntern.
Thank you Jadine 🙂
I know what ya mean 😉
@Bluebells: Touche !
Cyber bullying on this site is not a bug, it’s a feature.
God hates Indian women.
He is the male version of Tacky Jacky when it comes to comic poses.
Hahaha. Agreed. The christening of Tacky Jacky has caught on. Nice. 😀
@HHC Intern: That’s some good (and funny!) writing, with a wonderful way to express your opinions as well! Noticed it in all your recent posts. Please keep it up!
+1. Very well written 🙂
Thank you Meher 🙂
Thank you Aust 🙂
I love it all! With him, his personality and attitude transcend what he wears. I agree with what you said, he is one who carries off everything with remarkable ease.
I so agree! There will always be detractors who will say he is trying hard & is a wannabe yada, yada but can’t put together a quirky look for themselves, let alone for anyone else. If this isn’t quirky, I don’t know what is! I like the ease with which he works whatever he wears. Have only seen such ease in models; none of the actors from the current crop have that in them!
actually! he makes a skirt trouser look good on him… hope it doesn’t become a trend in men! the second combo of red-beige… eeks! nope.
Does HHC intern have a name?
I do 🙂 We are planning an introductory post pretty soon.
please get back to your old format. This new one is so irritating and difficult to navigate
That skit thing is totally a put off. If someone can pull off even such a ghastly piece then I guess we have no one but Ranveer
I enjoy his experiments. Dudes who do the plain old suit, shirt, tie combo make my eyes glaze over.
I love my men elegant and suave.. but I absolutely love Raneer’s mad streak. I appreciate how he goes totally out of the box and pulls it off. Of course these aren’t trends that will catch on.. but it is a refreshing change to see him don crazy outfits and totally pull it off!
thats is way better than elegant. i would love my man in something like that… but yeah, with that attitude. kilts are diff, this is a bit ahead of that.
He looks great in the kilt, but “with a deconstructed blazer and trousers”, that I don’t get.
I love this man so he can do no wrong!! i i actually like his experimental no inhibitions style.. so on someone else i would be biased towards that cream suit with girly footwear but him NEVER !!
The confidence with which he carries off outfits is truly admirable. Extremely attractive quality, I must add.
The beige suit is very nice. Not a fan of that long beard.
The jacket portion is sort of Bhutanese inspired, that’s how the men tie around the waist when not wearing on the shoulder, sort of..