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Thread: Interview With Yuvraj Thakur
10-13-2012, 03:31 PM #1
Interview With Yuvraj Thakur
Young lad Yuvraj Thakur, who is currently seen in Channel Vís Humse Hai Liife, is very particular about his dressing and likes to experiment with new style and fashion every time. So in a candid chat with us he shared some fashion trends and tips with us. Excerpts:
Fashion is: Something which is stylish and comfortable and people should compliment you for your dressing syle.
Who chooses your clothes? I choose my clothes and I like experimenting with different types of clothes.
Do you wear accessories? I like to wear Tommy Hilfiger wrist watch and rings.
Do you follow any brands? 95 percent of my wardrobe is filled with Zara collections. So I think you got my answer.
Favourite shopping destination: Anywhere and everywhere.
Most expensive buy: Lacoste shoes for 7k and chappals for 2.5k.
Clothes you are comfortable in: Basic clothes but yet very stylish. I am mostly comfortable wearing pencil shaped cotton pants, V neck T-shirt with a pair of snickers. I donít like wearing shirts.
Favorite designer: I really donít know.
Must-have in your wallet: Debit cards.
Favourite perfume: Mont Blanc Legend.
Colour that fills your wardrobe: All kinds.
Describe ďSaleĒ in one word: Just donít thinkÖ go and grab
the opportunity and yes buy good ones.
Currently your wardrobe is over-flowing with: I think all kind of clothes.
You have hardest time getting dressed for: I think when going out for a date you obviously you want to look best. But I also feel
that when I put more effort while dressing I end up screwing up.
Any fashion disaster you have come across recently: I have come across too many fashion disasters. Recently, a guy was wearing football studs in my gym. Imagine!! And generally I donít like when people wear jhatak
clothes. It looks very bad.
If you had to choose a fashion era, which period will it be:
It should be 80s of Hollywood. They used to wear such classy clothes like black leather jackets, boots and long hair. Wow! That era was totally different and stylish.