Discover your colour: Lend a VIBGYOR touch to your wardrobe

Each colour of the VIBGYOR can play a part in exuding and eliciting emotions psychologically. The spectrum, applied to colour therapy, is all-pervasive in the world of fashion. Here’s a dekko of the effects of the individual Colours, the moods they reflect and how they can be styled

colour combination On Nakul: Violet blazer and trousers, KHANIJO; Polo T-shirt, John Varvatos from The Collective; Footwear, Jeetinder Sandhu // On Ivan: Indigo patent trench and trousers, Pawan Sachdeva; Tank top, Adidas: Footwear, Steve Madden // On Digansh: Blue turtle neck T-shirt, Twopointtwostudio; Shaket and trousers, Dhruv Vaish; Footwear, Voganow // On Nikhil: Green shirt, Vikram Bajaj; Jacket, Onitsuka Tiger India; Footwear, Melissa // On Daksh: Yellow T-shirt, Uniqlo; Trench, Dhruv Vaish; Jacket, UCB; Footwear, Melissa IG // On Ransher: Orange shirt and jacket, Perte Dego; Trousers, Uniqlo; Footwear, Voganow // On Ravi: Red shirt, trouser and blazer, Suket Dhir; Footwear, GO Sport
violet On Nakul: Tie and dye sweatshirt and denim, H&M Man; Jacket, Andglory; Footwear, Onitsuka Tiger India; Carpet, Carpet Cellar

VIOLET: A streak of sophistication 

Whether you step out in a formal suit or a casual jacket, you will reflect a sense of uniqueness with your fashion statement. In the past, the colour was associated with royalty and opulence, and today it is considered ideal for anyone with a creative bent of mind, and with a passion for the arts. Don’t hold back from adding hints of violet with sneakers or a waist belt pouch.

indigo On Ivan: T-shirt, Perona; Indigo hoodie jacket and trousers, Pawan Sachdeva; Cashmere bomber, Suket Dhir; Footwear, Christian Louboutin

INDIGO: Integrity and sincerity 

Indigo is a tricky one in the rainbow, the rest of which is made up of primary colours. A mix between violet and blue, it is an easy-to-style colour that radiates power and charm. Wear a simple T-shirt or a hoodie, trackpants or funky sneakers, indigo is a ‘one for all, and all for one’ colour.

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blue green On Daksh: Neon green tank, Puma from GO Sport India; Trouser, Dhruv Vaish; Footwear, ASICS from GO Sport India; Green puffer jacket, UCB // On Nikhil: Shirt, Unit by Rajat Suri; Green seersucker cord, KHANIJO; Footwear, Jeetinder Sandhu // On Ravi: T-shirt, Dhruv Vaish; Patent blazer and trouser, Pawan Sachdeva; Footwear, Steve Madden // On Digansh: Shirt, Rohit Gandhi Rahul Khanna; Blazer and trousers, Dhruv Vaish; Trench, KHANIJO; Footwear, Christian Louboutin

BLUE & GREEN: Go earthy!

One signifies the oceans and the sky, the other stands for nature. Together, blue and green reflect the colours of Mother Earth, and a sense of serenity and tranquillity. You can choose to beat the winter blues with well-fitted suits, blazers and overcoats in blue. Or opt for a latex blue jacket and pants if you love to experiment! A green bomber jacket or a green semi-formal suit could also make heads turn if you team it right! Just ensure you choose the shades right depending on the occasion.

yellow On Daksh: T-shirt, Dhruv Vaish; Fusion long kurta, Unit by Rajat Suri; Shaket, Uniqlo; Trousers, Vikram Bajaj; Footwear, Christian Louboutin

YELLOW: Not a dirty fellow!

Yellow spells sunshine, happiness and youthfulness. Get set to charm people with a fusion of styles in Indo-Western. Layering up yellow over an off-white or white piece of clothing can add a subtle touch to your attire. Try kurtas with asymmetrical silhouettes in yellow, or team up a jacket in the colour to add a hint of brightness to your look.

orange On Aman: Shirt, H&M Man; Seer sucker cords, KHANIJO // On Ransher: Sweatshirt and track pants, GO Sport India

ORANGE: A whiff of warmth

Are you a fan of bright colours? Don’t be afraid to embrace orange, a colour of joie de vivre, energy, adventure and warmth. It’s a colour that a lot of designers have played with, and one that can be easily added to the wardrobe with a semi-casual suit or with a tracksuit. Remember not to go overboard with the styling, and keep accessories to the bare minimum.

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red On Ravi: Shirt and trouser, International collaboration collection between Shimone Roca & H&M; Red trench, twopointtwostudio; Footwear, Christian Louboutin

RED: Rave over ravishing red

It’s as much a colour of love and passion, as it is for courage and danger. But rest assured, there’s no danger in experimenting with red in a man’s wardrobe! Go for classic checks in red, teamed up with a solid colour, or add a dash of the red with a simple jacket on a black ensemble, and you’ll win hearts. The key is to keep it simple.

white On Ravi: Blazer and trouser, Vikram Bajaj // On Aman: White cords with trousers, Suket Dhir // On Ransher: Turtle neck, Pawan Sachdeva // On Nikhil: Blazer and trouser, Vikram Bajaj // On Nakul: Shirt, Unit by Rajat Suri, Blazer, Blackberry’s menswear // On Ivan: Sweat shirt and track pants, Perte Dego, Footwear, Reebok // On Daksh: White sweater, H&M Man, Trousers, Vikram Bajaj, Footwear, GO Sport India

ALL WHITE: At peace with white

White is integral to VIBGYOR, science can tell. But let us also tell you that white is indispensable to the world of fashion! As a colour that represents peace, purity and innocence, pristine whites are a must-have in a man’s wardrobe. Suits to tracksuits, shirts to shoes, and sweaters to sweatshirts — the colour white serves right for all seasons, and all reasons!

Styling assistant: Madhurima // MAKE-UP & Hair: Shaan // STUDIO: Go Studio

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