Narendra Modi praised for sartorial choices, while Arvind Kejriwal urged to shun muffler
New Delhi: His half-sleeved kurta, the panache with which he carries off the Nehru jacket and his clean and crisp dressing style makes Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi the favourite of designers.
Narendra Modi has been praised by designers for his kurtas
“I feel Narendra Modi is the most well-dressed among them all. He carries himself with elan,” designer Poonam Bajaj said.
Asked to pick her favourite, designer Pooja Motwani promptly said: “Of course Narendra Modiji. His style of carrying the Nehru jacket, which is really in nowadays.”
Rahul Gandhi, designers believe, needs to try something new. “Rahul Gandhi is always seen in white. And white is not colourful and bright,” said designer Ritu Chabbra.
Kejriwal needs to improve too, said Chabbra and added: “Arvind Kejriwal is always shabbily dressed. He looks like a sarkari babu.” Designer Swati Mehrotra said he should go for a wardrobe makeover.
The first thing he should shun is his trademark muffler and “get some real clothes”.
>> Modi is the favourite of designers
>> Rahul Gandhi needs more colour
>> Arvind Kejriwal needs a wardrobe makeover
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