Peppiest Men's Fashion Icon Ever ~ Ranveer Singh03:51
Over the years, we have seen a splendid rise of fashion and sense of styling among celebrity women but not much experimentation on the men's side. It's the causal shirt for them on a regular day and a suit on an occasion. This has got really boring over the years and it just wants you to ignore the suit clad men in the pictures, except when they are sporting an exceptionally hot hairstyle! ;)
But guess who decided to go against the same old suit trend and make a difference with his quirky and highly peppy outfits? Ranveer Singh! This man is a great actor. I have loved his acting skills since day one when he starred in his film opposite Anushka Sharma in Band Baja Baraat.
The peppiness of this amazing actor does not just end here. Ranveer likes his choice of clothes to go with his fun-loving nature. He has experimented with some crazy outfits no man would ever dare to wear. In the fourth pic above you can see that he is wearing a maroon sharara type pants and totally killing it. I am sure no one has dared to be as experimental as him. Kudos! He has dared to try everything from floral prints to bold Tees and even printed shorts. Going by his majority of appearances, I assume this actor loves hats.
Every time we spot him, he is like a model who just walked out of the ramp with the latest designer labels. Some of his outfits are more daring than what male models have to wear on the ramp. The best thing is, he carries every look with grace and looks stunning all the time.
With all his out-of-the-box appearances, it didn't take long for this stunning actor to bag the trophy of a super cool Men's fashion icon from the world of Bollywood.
So Men, are you game enough to experiment like the daring and Suave Ranveer Singh? Ditch the same old suit and start experimenting like this amazing actor and fashion icon!
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