2014 to 2016: A look at PM Modi’s ‘oh-so-fashionable’ Independence Day attires
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is as famous for his style statement as he is for his orating skills. Every time he steps out whether for a political rally or for a foreign trip, PM Modi’s dressing sense always tends to grab eyeballs.
Especially on Independence Day, his outfit is a subject of discussion among the fashion police and the common people.
Besides the clothing, what else catches the maximum attention is the ‘Rajasthani’ turban, he has been wearing on the occasion of Independence Day, ever since taking charge as the Prime Minister in 2014.
This time when no different and PM Modi made sure to impress one and all with his elegantly worn colourful turban as he addressed the countrymen from the Red Fort on India’s 70th Independence Day.
Here’s take a look at PM Modi’s avatars on the last three Independence Day celebrations.
Clothing: PM Modi made his first address from the Red Fort wearing a half-sleeve cream colour Khadi Kurta and white color churidar payjama.
Turban: He complemented the looks by matching it with orange and green colour bandhej safa. The presence of three colors (orange, white and green) made for elegant tricolour look for the PM, which was much appreciated. Falling till half back, the safa remained the hot topic of discussion for many days.
Shoes: Dark brown sandals completed the look for the Prime Minister.
Clothing: On his second address, PM Modi opted for a full-sleeve cream colour kurta along with white churidar payjama. He complimented the look with badami color jacket.
Turban: For the headgear, PM Modi choose orange bandhani safa which had red and green stripes. The length of the safa was above the waist length.
Footwear: He completed the look with black jutti
Clothing: PM Modi, for his third address from the Red Fort, came dressed in white half-sleeve kurta and chudidaar paijama.
Turban: His outfit was plain but he flattered the look by wearing a red, pink and yellow colored Rajasthani safa. This time the length of the safa was till his kurta, much longer than the ones he wore for the last two times.
Footwear: The black jutti complimented his look pretty well.