Style and fashion by Sushant Divgikar


Sushant Divgikar is a true fashionista and is very proud of Indian culture and the dressing tradition in India. He finds it weird when he sees people copying a celebrity or western culture to show that they are fashionable and stylish.

As per Sushant “Fashion is anything that suits you and looks good on you” What might look good on a celebrity say Salman Khan might not look good on you. Dressing is largely dependent on the personality and persona you carry with you. A simple khadi shirt which suits you well can bring you more attention than wearing a hip hot funky shirt. It is all about understanding yourself and then dressing up accordingly.


Sushant Divgikar loves Indian style of dressing and prefers to wear Indian dresses only when he travelling. He wants to show the world around that this is what is worn in India and this is what looks so good on us. He says that people these days are too stereotyped with what they should be wearing. Branding is all that matters to them when they go shopping.

Also, men in India are too specific about what they would want to wear. They don’t open up to try something different which they have never tried before. Hence, fashion for men in India is too limited because people are way too stereotyped with what goes well on them. This is unlike in west, where men are more open to trying new things and funky outfits. Though the Indian Scenario is changing gradually and men are becoming more receptive to what goes well on their personalities but still Indian market has a long way to go.

Sushant loves dressing sense of Vidya Balan and Rekha for they have restored Sarees as a beautiful trendy evergreen outfits in India.

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