Nehru Jacket: Wardrobe Essential

Nehru jacket is the most versatile piece of clothing in any men’s wardrobe. You can wear it for any occasion such as wedding, a casual brunch, a business meeting, pooja, a cocktail night, etc. The jacket can be paired with kurta-pyjama, Jodhpuri pants, trousers, tweed pants, chinos or jeans for a great stylish look. Another advantage of the jacket is that it hides belly fat/ flabby stomach, which is a common problem in middle-aged men.

Modi’s new twist to the Nehru jacket

The craze for Nehru jackets seems to climb the fever more and more with each passing day. And with winter being started in full bloom, people are getting more oriented towards getting a Nehru jacket for themselves. Our Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in no manner behind in this fashion trend! He has been seen wearing a Nehru jacket styled clothing more often than not. Modi is the new political fashion icon and he is leaving no stone unturned in making a mark with his sense of style and grace. He is obviously giving the classic Nehru jacket a twist of his own. The Nehru jackets that he wears are being called the Modi jackets and there is a lot of demand for those in the market.

The Modi jacket is a revised version of the classical Nehru jacket. Instead of being short and made of khaki, it is made of silk and has half sleeves and also its length extends up till the waist. These “jackets” are more of kurtas and they are smart and cool and have made Modi to be on the fashion map. This attire has been designed by Modi’s personal tailor Bipin Chauhan, the owner of the clothing line Jade Blue. He is also planning to promote the Modi jacket in Britain, US and Southeast Asia. Of course, people love this look all over the world and Modi is being stated as the most fashionable Prime Minister that India has ever seen!

The Modi jacket has become a staple part of Modi’s look now and he wears this look wherever he goes. His sense of style is so influential that even the Chinese President Xi Jinping adopted this subtle attire and was seen sporting the “Modi look” on his recent Sabarmati visit to India.

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Modi jackets have captured the market by a storm and are here to stay. The common people want this jacket to be a part of their identity too and the demand for this piece of clothing is witnessing a sharp increase with each passing day.

Just like Nehru jacket, the Modi jacket or kurta can be worn with anything and for any occasion. Be it a wedding, a business meeting or casual hanging out with friends, it will give you a stylish look with the essence of simplicity very much intact.

NaMo can very easily become a fashion line while the Prime Minister is busy capturing hearts around the globe with his impeccable sense of fashion and style. Many fashion gurus across the world are highly impressed by Modi’s little twist to the evergreen Nehru jacket and are more than willing to promote the look in their countries too.

Now we can only hope that our Prime Minister continues to dazzle us with his twists to conventional styles and keeps on inspiring us to try something new and great!

Nehru Jacket: The Latest Darling of the Designers!

The quintessential Nehru jacket is the epitome of charm and elegance and hence, it is no surprise that it is the preferred choice of clothing for all those with refined tastes and a sense of classic fashion! Even designers – whether Indian or International are preferring this classic garment for its sheer simplicity and charm!

Designers Speak on the latest trend:

According to designer Malini Ramani, more and more men are buying a modish Nehru jacket or having a decorous one designed for them.  It is India’s fitting answer to the western tuxedo, which has been regarded as more elegant with its length.  Hence it is no surprise that popular Bollywood stars like the discerning Aamir Khan, the suave Sanjay Dutt, Saif Ali Khan and the dashing Ranbir Kapoor are also seen wearing the charming and the evergreen jacket in the recent times.

French designer Karl Lagerfeld featured his own interpretation of the Nehru jacket in his Chanel pre-fall Paris-Bombay show in December 2012 in Paris.  The jacket was worn by both male and female models, which showed that not only it is a classic but it is also a versatile and fashionable piece of clothing.

According to another designer David Abraham, the suave Nehru jacket has become a fashionable trend nowadays.  It has become the most elegant and an easy solution for formal wear versus the shirt and tie combination.  Before, favorite choices for the jacket were black and grey.  Today, as observed by designer Ritu Beri, the younger generation is doing experiments on colors and has come up with different hues and fabrics to choose from.

An advantage of the distinguished Nehru jacket is that, it can be a perfect camouflage to hide big bellies and wider hips, which is a common flaw in middle-aged men.  The jacket compliments most outfits and can be easily thrown over as a trendy and stylish accessory.

The dashing Nehru jacket has seen its day in fashion in the 90’s.  People change their tastes and sometimes the evergreen and the classic trends come back.  Just like this exquisite jacket, which became desirable and has been noticed again by the fashion industry.  Designer Ermenegildo Zegna came up with a guru suit featuring a Nehru jacket and it became a hit.  Even former US president Bill Clinton donned a tuxedo partnered with a Nehru jacket.

In his fall fashion show, David Abraham has done wonders with the Nehru jacket.  He paired it over a white shirt and a pinstripe vest with a silk sari or trousers.  Abraham further explained that he played with the combination to show the world that traditional clothing can be substituted and turned into its contemporary version with ease and versatility.

Conclusion:

So get your hands on the latest fashion accessory, which is none other than the very classic Nehru jacket and carry it off with some vintage style and panache! The magnificence, allure and the charisma of this garment are simply unparalleled and this fact has been proved time and again!