Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not only famous for his speeches and work, but also for his style statement. Whether it is any political rally, foreign trip or special event, our PM definitely grabs all eyeballs with his impeccable dressing sense. On every occasion, you can see something a different and stylish look of PM. Be it his half-sleeved Kurta and Churidar or customised suits, PM Modi knows how to nail the look. And the confidence on his face, every time wins it all. His coloured vests, shawls, and hats are our personal favourite, however, we even love his Independence Day attires.
Every year, his I-day outfit remains a subject of discussion among the fashion police and even common people can’t stop talking about it. Besides his dress, it’s the Rajasthani turban that catches all the attention. Since 2014, we have seen a drastic change in the presence of Prime Minister. Earlier, the highlight of the event used to be their speech, but ever since Narendra Modi has taken the charge, now it’s also the outfit.
So, this year, we at InUth thought to come up with some ideas for PM Modi to dress up (after all even we want our PM to look dapper all the time). So, we collaborated with Canadian brand—Canada Clothing Company’s designer Tejal Deshmukh Kadam and have come up with some really amazing designs which our PM can consider for this year’s I-day. But before you see the designs, here is a look back to PM Modi’s attires he wore on I-day since 2014.
2014: This was his first year when he addressed from the Red Fort. Wearing a half-sleeve cream colour Khadi Kurta and white color churidar pajama, he looked simple. However, it was his orange, white and green colour bandhej safa that took all the limelight.
2015: On PM Modi’s second address in 2015, he opted for a full-sleeve cream colour kurta and white churidar pajama, complimented with badami color jacket and orange bandhani safa which had red and green stripes.
2016: For his third address from the Red Fort, he decided to go for white half-sleeve kurta and chudidaar pajama paired with wearing a red, pink and yellow colored Rajasthani safa.
Well, we are excited to see what he is going to pick this time. Meanwhile, here are a few designs we have created for him:
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