King Khan is always dressed to the nines, whether on the red carpet or casual, he is one Bollywood actor who never goes wrong when it comes to style. But one fashion he would never opt for is the skinny jeans.

"I can wear anything for a film," says Khan in an interview with Filmfare when asked if there's anything he wouldn't wear, but there are somethings even he can't forgive.

"With all due respect to men, I'm judgemental about guys who wear skinny jeans. Jeans have to be loose," he says.

Funnily enough, his fashion muse back in the day was Rishi Kapoor.

Shah Rukh Khan reveals, "I didn't go through fashion magazines. When I was growing up, I had copied Rishi Kapoor's red suit from Bobby."

Rishi Kapoor in his statement red suit from hit film 'Bobby' (1973).
Rishi Kapoor in his statement red suit from hit film 'Bobby' (1973).

He also mentions that his favourite piece of clothing is a pair of cargos.

"For me Josh was the highest point of fashion. I like cargos. They don't make good cargos anymore," he says.

SRK with Aishwarya in 2000 film 'Josh'. Notice the cargos.
SRK with Aishwarya in 2000 film 'Josh'. Notice the cargos.

Such a strange mix of likes and dislikes.

Surprisingly, his on-screen attire during the early days of his Bollywood career earned him the label of a metro-sexual, and SRK attributes it all to KJo. "Whatever I wore in my movies was Karan's (Johar) doing. That was the time when India wanted to become metro--sexual."

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