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    The biggest fashion faux pas in Paul & Shark CEO's view: Wearing a size too big

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    Paul & Shark CEO says watches should be the only jewellery men wear.

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    Paul & Shark CEO Andrea Dini explains how a gentleman should go about building his wardrobe.
    Paul & Shark CEO Andrea Dini explains how a gentleman should go about building his wardrobe.

    You make a style statement when...
    “You get people to dress like you the following day. My personal style is elegant and understated.”

    Fashion faux pas
    “Wearing a size too big. I think everybody should wear clothes that are of a proper size. Another faux pas that men make regularly is wearing shoes without socks.”

    Top 5 essentials for any man
    “Navy pea coat, navy round neck woollen sweater, navy blazer, fivepocket blue denim jeans and chino khaki pants.”

    Shoes men should avoid
    “Sandals.”

    The most expensive item in your wardrobe
    “A 100 per cent cashmere pea coat.”

    On the wrist
    “I believe watches are the only jewellery a man should wear. I have a particular passion for chronographs.”

    What to wear for a power lunch

    “For a business lunch, I’d recommend a navy zip-up light wool sweater, a white linen shirt and dark grey cotton and cashmere chino pants. Never wear a polo or a T-shirt.”

    Style icons
    “Anish Kapoor, Pierce Brosnan, LeBron James and Michael Buble.”

    One accessory that should make a comeback
    “The tie.”

    One surprising colour that men must add
    “Orange.”

    Your biggest style tip

    “Do not try to surprise.”

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    A Class Apart

    Every man should own five essentials, says designer Raghavendra Rathore, as well as possess natural elegance, style and class.

    In pic: Raghavendra Rathore


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