Vintage Sikh Mens Fashion in London

Sikhs dressing well in the city of London is not a new thing. Vintage Sikh Mens Fashion in London can be dated back to the 70’s when Sikhs from North India and East Africa migrated to England. I can still remember my grandfather wearing a tailored pair of trousers, a well fitted shirt and finishing the look off with a sleeveless jumper. I’m sure a lot of you can relate to seeing your grandfather wearing similar attire. My father has followed in similar fashion – being well groomed and keeping his look stylish. The truth is grooming well amongst Sikhs is a form of good manners – a way of life.

That has only been passed down through the generations. Taste now may have become expensive and the clothing more colourful and daring, but the diversity of a Sikh man’s style makes dressing up like a gentleman look easy. From a suit from a local menswear shop to a Tom Ford suit, it’s the man that defines the look instead of the clothes defining him.

Sikh Mens Fashion has come a long way from traditional clothing to western attire, but what has remained constant is the ability to remain stylish. So comment below about where you draw your styling inspiration from, and share it with your friends and family who have great style.

Outfit in the picture:

Shirt: TM Lewin
Trousers: Zara
Blazer: River Island
Sunglasses: Ray-Ban
Pocket Square: ASOS

Photo credit: Aba Andrzej Photography

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