Garments - Waist Jackets Navy Blue (Modi Jacket)
Its Branded & Navy Blue colored Waist jacket For long life usage...
It can be used for Regularly or by festival season, We are partnered with ANGAtex A branded Uniform company which means we make garments usable for many years, it can be used as heavy as you can !! and the fabric is Poly cotton material which properly blended Cotton and polyester mix for Long Usage
All our fabrics using in ANGAtex is "Yarn died" it means fabric colors will be long lasting
Tailoring of the Garments is Double stitched Rough & tough style & in some Area's we make sure the garment is Tripple stitched
It will work wonders for you. You can toss it on formals for a formal meet or even on a Modi kurta to give it a semi-formal and traditional look. Isn't that amazing?
Fabric Details: Blended/Mix / Poly cotton
The jacket that changed the world: How the fitted coat made famous by India's first PM has made global waves since the 1960s
Power, politics, style - the 'Nehru jacket' has signified all this and more in the world of diplomacy for more than half a century.
The fitted coat that was synonymous with India's first PM Jawaharlal Nehru created waves since its widespread popularity in the 1960s, and what was once considered a must-have for Congress loyalists has now frankly got a BJP tadka with PM Narendra Modi's personal rendition to the design.
It seemed to have come a full-circle when Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott gave PM Narendra Modi with a 'Nehru jacket' recently, the blueprint to Modi's signature look that features a similar mandarin collar, snug fit and long row of buttons.
Narendra Modi has also modelled his 'Modi jacket' on similar lines
In fact, BJP politicians have now adopted it as a uniform of sorts, with leaders insisting on sporting their loyalty and dapper tastes in the sleeveless cover, though it's hardly a surprise that it has now been christened as the 'Modi jacket'.
What's more, when Power Minister Piyush Goyal saw BJP spokesperson Anil Bulani without his 'Modi jacket' he quickly pointed out that it was time he got into the habit of wearing them for official events.
Interestingly, this is not the first time that the 'Nehru jacket' has been the hottest trend du jour - the desi design gained momentum after Nehru was featured in Vogue magazine in 1964, and soon the 'Mod' generation and Swinging Sixties of London were lapping up the style like there's no tomorrow.
The simple and formal jacket that was worn by the Kashmiri pandit with a churidar and rose-bud for finishing touches, became the 'in thing' during the 60s' in the West with vivid psychedelic prints running alongside basic ones.
Leading the pack were British rock bands like The Beatles and the Monkees, while in American singers like Frank Sinatra sported it and Sammy Davis Jr. claimed to own 200 of them in his closet!
It's evident that it's not just rockstars and fashion icons that set fads for the world to follow.
Every so often, red hot trends take a fashionable leaf from politics and set the ball rolling in a new direction with élan.
We take a look at the evolution of this spiffy style.
Marketing NaMo is the new way to success
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's half sleeve kurtas have paved the way for other politicians in Gujarat to emulate him
By Darshan Desai
Prime Minister Narendra Modi got his wardrobe made from Jade Blue on his visit to Japan recently, bringing superstardom to Indian politics.
Modi's half sleeve kurtas have paved the way for other politicians in Gujarat to emulate him.
The label Jade Blue has been selling half and full sleeve kurtas under the 'Modi Brand' through 18 outlets across Gujarat and other states for several years now. Managing director Bipinbhai Chauhan, who has been designing and stitching Modi's clothes since 1989, told Mail Today that the PM had explained that, "a kurta does not necessarily have to be white and full sleeve. There can be style and colour to it."
In fact, the label registrated for the Modi Brand two years ago and has since sold over 35,000 Modi kurtas through 13 outlets in Gujarat and five in Hyderabad, Indore, Udaipur, Nagpur and Raipur.
According to Chauhan, the price range for cotton, polyester and linen Modi kurtas is between Rs 995 to Rs 2,500. Besides regular customers, quite a few politicians in Gujarat have also acquired Modi's penchant for wearing halfsleeve kurtas in various hues.
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|Style details||Modi Waist Jackets Contains i) 2 Bottom Inner Pockets and ii) one dummy top pocket iii) 6 Buttons iv) Chinese collar neck & More|
|Available fabrics||Poly cotton & Poly Viscose Fabric|
|Blend & Ratio details||65% Polyester for Long life & Rough usage & 35% cotton/viscose for Skin friendly|
|GSM||240 to 260GSM|
|Sizes||XS (32), S(34), M(36), L(38), XL(40), XXL(42), 3XL(44)|
|Custom sizes||Custom sizes available on request, Please contact us separately|