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Hugh Jackman Height: Most Famous For: Playing Wolverine in the “X-Men” movies, Van Helsing in “Van Helsing,” and Jean Valjean in “Les Miserables” Suggestion Credit: thattallgirlintheband


OMG-LOVE THIS LOOK ON A MAN! Classic black suit, with vest. Pair it with a crisp white shirt and charcoal tie and you are set for any occasion. You will also compliment any outfit your partner dons.

Lady in red By Dress-Kot

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Lady in red By Dress-Kot . Love the nude colored shoes with this. But would pair it with a nude or black purse instead. - Total Street Style Looks And Fashion Outfit Ideas


Men's fashion and style photos I love when men wear hats.I also love to wear mens hats ;Goodlif Men's fashion and style.

Trina Turk

Have a similar coat, so warm♥ Trina Turk Double Breasted Lambswool & Cashmere Officer's…

Featuring a blue cowl drapped kurta with churidar pant. The kurta has pintex stitch on the yoke. The kurta has a high collar.

Midnight Blue Formal. Men and Their Clothes --What Women Think. Article here.

Midnight blue is a very beautiful color, though you may say it’s too dark for a wedding, I think it’s not – it looks mysterious and unique. I just love those midnight blue dresses – especially sparkling ones - that designers create!

J.TOMSON - Mens Vest with One Button Up and Three Buttons

Gray Skies Fashion, J.Tomson - Mens Vest with One Button Up And Three.

Traditional pathani suit

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Got a hint of military

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Stylish Casual Bandhgala Short Sherwani - Indian Outfit. #Indian #Fashion #WomenTriangle

29 Simply Stunning Bandhgala Outfit Styles That Will Make You Look Fantabulous

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Indo-western couture with tuxedos, kurta pajamas,shirts and variations of trademark bandhgalas were on display by Raghavendra Rathore. The collection was inspired by British Raj and flaunted stately cuts & hues