The Easter Weekend

The coming  weekend is stuck in our head now, especially with the Easter Sunday. We’ve heard tons of stories about Easter – the family get togethers, meeting up with friends, traditions, the Easter egg hunt, decoration and the cute bunny acts. Thank god we have our sorbet shades with these polos right on time!

p.s the image above are of the Ukrainian Easter eggs which are decorated using a method similar to that of batik. Amazing!

-AK


City Snapshots

The whole cricket fever has also got us (more) interested in our cities and so some of us are planning a tour together. But before we do that, we asked some of our other colleagues who’ve already been there and done that.

Bangalore
“When I was in Bangalore a few years ago it was so green and fresh. I liked the fact that it was close to Mysore and I also liked the hotel we stayed at. I liked the snails there. They were very weird with their conical shells.”

Chennai
“The food with all the chutneys! I can just eat them. I loved the temples – beautiful architecture. I loved the silk saris and it was fascinating to see how people personalised the Chennai diamonds by inscribing messages on them.”

Delhi
“I like the fact that Delhi is a kind of place where you can remain unseen if you want or you can go out and meet everyone whenever you want. And there is so much variety in terms of food, places and people. You can go and watch a jazz concert or go partying at night.”

Kolkata
“I liked Kolkata because it’s really old and vintage with its little streets and archways. You can almost imagine the old British men and women walking around the city.”

Mumbai
“The thing about Mumbai is that you can’t miss the energy. I liked the feeling of being next to the sea. I liked the coast. But most importantly, I think I like Mumbai because of the people.”

– SB

Holi Hai

It’s just three days to our favourite festival – of colours, victory over evil, love, more colours, celebrations, our own special moments with friends and family and making sure not one person remains uncoloured on this beautiful spring day.

Colours of Holi

The excitement made sure that we update our i-pods with our favourite Holi songs…

  1. Ang Se Ang Lagana Sajan – Darr
  2. Let’s Play Holi – Waqt
  3. Holi Ke Din – Sholay
  4. Rang Barse – Silsila
  5. Holi Aayi Re Kanhai – Mother India
  6. Maro Bharbhar Ke Pichkari – Dhanwan
  7. Arre Ja Re hat Natkhatkhat – Navrang
  8. Aaj Na Chodenge – Kati Patang
  9. Holiya Mein Ude Re Gulal – Ila Arun
  10. Holi Khele Raghuveera – Baghban

Make your Holi happier with Sher Singh. Spend Rs.899 and get 2 New polos in splashing bright colours: Yellow, Red, Lavender, Cobalt Blue, Turquoise Blue and Pink.

(Image source: worldphotocollections)

-AK

Ways to Wear: Polos

Still wondering how to get the retro look from the 70’s and 80’s. How about a polo (or two) for your wardrobe?
A wardrobe staple back then, the classic polo has made its way back into your man’s wardrobe just right.
See how to wear yours with a different look each time.

Ways to Wear a Polo

  • Wear your polo with a flirty skirt or a pair of shorts with sneakers for a look that is edgy, yet playful.
  • Get a quirky style wearing the polo with printed lowers.
  • Go for a crisp look by styling the polo with your favourite skinnies.
  • Wear it tucked-in with a pencil skirt for an uber-sexy look.
Update your Spring wardrobe with Sher Singh.

 -AK

Calling Dips

Having friends over to watch the next one-day match at your house? We have a quick and easy dip for your appetizers which will have your friends licking their fingers (figuratively speaking, of course) even while holding their breath waiting on the Umpire’s decision.

The Hummus is one of the most popular Middle Eastern dips which is best served with fresh or toasted pita bread.

image source: foodnetwork

You will need:

  • 1 bowl of boiled chickpeas
  • 1 big lemon – juiced
  •  Green olives
  • Tahini paste – 2 tablespoons (add an edge to the flavour with grounded sesame seeds)
  • Garlic paste 1 ½ tablespoon
  •  Salt – to taste
  • Pepper – to taste (use freshly ground, if available)
  • Chopped parsley
  • Olive oil
  • Chilly powder

Blend the chickpeas (using the boiled water) into a thick paste. Add garlic, lemon juice, tahini, salt and pepper to the paste and mix for 3-5 minutes (or until smooth). You can add chopped olives for taste.

Place in serving bowl and create a shallow well at the center of the hummus. Add a small amount (1-2 tablespoons) of olive oil in the well. Garnish with chilly powder, chopped parsley and olives.

It can be served immediately with fresh, warm or toasted pita bread and also stored in the fridge for 4-5days.

You can enjoy the match in your India Polo, India International Polo, The Googly T-shirt or the Man of the Match T-shirt.

 -MU

The 1947 Story

“At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new… We end today a period of ill fortune, and India discovers herself again.”

– Jawaharlal Nehru (Speech on Indian Independence Day, 1947)

Celebrating the epic Indian heritage, the 1947 polos, in black, navy and white, pay tribute to the great leaders who made it all possible.

We believe it’s more than just a shirt. It’s our pride.

– SB

Tri Trendy

We think the three colours are not just patriotic. They can be really stylish as well. We say, there never was a cooler way to wear your pride.

Find the tricolour collar in the Original World Cup India Polo and the India Polo.
And make a subtle patriotic statement with the Tricolour Unisex Belt and the Black Tricolour Unisex Belt.

– SB

Made in India

SGS Test Report – Sher Singh vs. Tommy Hilfiger

So here’s the thing. Sher Singh is awesome – and we’ll tell you WHY.

We sent over our stuff to a third party independent agency and made them test our products and guess what we got to know –

The SGS test report came in proving that the Sher Singh polo retained its original quality after several washes which was equal and in some cases even left the best international brands behind (insert: Tommy Hilfiger here).

Now it’s your turn. We want you to try our products and tell us what you think of it. That’s why we want to give you a free polo with your every buy. Try our Buy one get one free offer now, get your Sher Singh and see for yourself.

No offence Tommy, we love you.

Proudly Made in India,
Sher Singh

-AK

Black & White and Others in Between

Who can resist the classic shades of black and white? We list down our favourite monochromes with a mod makeover.

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