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    Lockdown style check: Coffeeza CEO misses his Ralph Lauren sports coat, bought a few Fred Perry polos for his wardrobe

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    Rahul Aggarwal believes sprucing up before a call is important.

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    For more formal meetings, Rahul Aggarwal puts on a shirt.
    For Rahul Aggarwal, CEO, Coffeeza, his lockdown style is all about casual comfort:

    My everyday look
    I wear what I would normally wear to work – denim jeans and a polo t-shirt. I find that this combo is the most comfortable when it comes to everyday wear. When it comes to polos, Massimo Dutti or Polo Ralph Lauren are my go-to brand. My favourite pair of jeans are my Zara jeans.

    Zoom in
    When it comes to a Zoom meeting, if it’s a casual catch-up with my team then I wear a polo tee. For more formal meetings, I put on a shirt. Sprucing up before a call is important. I often just simply wash my face and fixing my hair to look fresh before a call.

    What, wear, when
    Since the office culture is casual, our workwear is casual. So for a meeting with my team, I’m relaxed in a tee, jeans and with a cup of coffee. A nice pair of comfortable jeans are a must – I have about 7 pairs from Zara which I use daily and 3 pairs of Diesel jeans which I wear to go out.

    Pitch perfect
    For a pitch meeting, I would prefer go a little more formal and switch a tee with an Oxford shirt. I like wearing blue or white when I do online calls. As far as jeans or pants go, I guess it doesn’t really matter. One item I miss wearing is my Ralph Lauren sports coat which I usually wear while travelling for meetings.

    Downtime
    When it comes to socialising online, I like to keep it very casual. A tee and lounge shorts which is my at home outfit. No slippers or shoes for me – I like to be barefoot at home. Some of my favourite loungewear brands include Tommy Hilfiger and Zara. The comfort is great and I like the quality of fabric.

    Treat yourself
    During the lockdown, I bought a couple of Fred Perry polos as I got a great deal on them. I do a closet clean-up every 3 months or so. Furthermore, as I live in Goa, I keep my closet well ventilated to prevent clothes from smelling musty due to high humidity.

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