How to wear a suit in this (supposedly) suitless era, as shown by Ranveer Singh What’s your Reaction? +1 0 +1 0 +1 0 +1 0 +1 0 Facebook Twitter Email Trousers are having a moment right now. No, not the regular ones that we wear everyday. We’re talking split-leg trousers; and cropped pants; and baggy cargos…and at Gucci where they took a really wild turn. Some were super high-waisted (starting mid-chest) while others were full above the ankle and cinched with cords. Then there were harlem style pants that Gucci has been championing for more than one season now. Only this time, they were showcased as part of suits. Which fits right in with the phase that suits are going through right now – experimental. And to showcase this trend IRL, was of course, Ranveer Singh. Singh, a flamboyant dresser, chose look no.61 from the runway for an event in the city. A bright red two-piece suit with two shirts inside (one in the same red and the other striped), a green tie and a beret to complete the look. Notice how the trousers have the comfort factor of joggers but a waistband that will look great with a shirt tucked in? It’s the best of both, streetwear and tailoring. You can wear it with a suit as shown by Ranveer Singh or simply wear it with a white tee and some sneakers for off-duty wear. Ranveer Singh isn’t the only one who has embraced this new suit energy. Just recently, Ayushmann Khurrana was spotted in a suit (from Ermenegildo Zegna) whose trousers resembled joggers. To cop the move, you can invest in a suit from either Gucci or Zegna. Or you can pair your sweatpants with blazers to create your own look. Here, we’ve pulled separates that you can mix and match. Just make sure everything is within the same colour family or team complementary colours and patterns together. Either ways, ensure it is within the same fabric group and no one will know that your suit was not bought as a set. Tweets by RanveerOfficial Style to wear Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.