Dressed to the nines

Being the boss means dressing the part. Nine corporate leaders take us through their wardrobe choices to walk the talk (Coordinated by Mexy Xavier)
Curated by: Anjan Das, Neeraj Gangal
Published: May 15, 2018
Dressed to the nines

Image by : Nishant Ratnakar for Forbes India

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Rahul Agarwal, MD & CEO, Lenovo India
“Attire should be a reflection of personality, style and mood. Power dressing needs to be situation, body and culture appropriate. Don’t have any hard and fast rules, though. For instance, I switched from formal to semi-formal attire a few years ago. But for very formal meetings with the government, I still wear formals. What you wear can influence the quality of interaction with other people, especially with those outside the organisation. Basic hygiene in terms of colour of shoes, socks, belts, well-pressed clothes, state/age of fabric and fit is important to adhere to and I often see it missing. Roger Federer has a wardrobe as impressive as his performance on the court.”
As told to Harichandan Arakali