4 times Saif Ali Khan proved he’s the real nawab of Bollywood

Dapper could very much be Saif Ali Khan’s middle name. From dandy suits to natty Nehru jackets, the Nawab’s refined style is truly inimitable. What’s more, he is B-town’s original metrosexual man – teaching men that it’s okay, heck even necessary, to prim and groom yourself – a feat we’ll always thank him for. Here’s a look at the sartorial world of the Nawab.

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While a men’s kurta and churidar is pretty much an ethnic wear staple, how many times do you see it with a floral motif all over? Saif pulled off just that in this ensemble that was the very definition of sophistication.

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Does style take a backseat while travelling? Not for this Pataudi Nawab! The second we saw Saif stepping out of the airport in this look, we knew it was to die for. The all-white topped off with a casual cream jacket that fits just right is pure perfection.

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Similar all-white separates made another appearance during Saif’s dinner date with Kareena. This time around, he played them up with a perfectly tailored royal blue jacket and a printed pocket square. So proper, so chic!

nug trousers, a regal velvet jacket adorned with gold embroidery and voila! We’ve fallen head over heels for Saif’s sense of style yet again. He sure knows how to pull off the luxe look without looking OTT at all.

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Want to get these looks? Head over to Craftsvilla.com for stylish Bollywood-inspired ethnic wear for men.

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