- Kolkata Knight Riders
Owner Shah Rukh Khan promised us back in 2008 that gold is the only color that matters, because coming second is simply not good enough. The fashion product of this philosophy was Kolkata Knight Riders’ black and gold jersey in the first edition of the IPL. While the team has switched out the black for purple in the years since, the color scheme remains the best in the IPL.
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2. Mumbai Indians:
Yes, more gold. The otherwise plain kit comes to live with the glittering gold, making the Mumbai Indians players seem all the more glamorous in the urban colosseum that is the Wankhede.
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3. Royal Challengers Bangalore:
The black and red color scheme of the team’s uniforms is reflective of their cricket; full of aggression and panache. Virat Kohli, probably the most stylish Indian cricket in a long, long time, makes the outfit even more of a fashion statement.
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4. Chennai Super Kings:
The most successful team in IPL history is instantly recognizable by their bright canary-yellow jerseys. While the other teams have opted for more quiet base colors, CSK glows in the Chennai sun in their confident hues.
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5. Delhi Daredevils:
The Delhi uniforms show that you don’t need over-the-top designs to put together an effective design. The jerseys are classic and give you the impression that the team is ready to play cricket, glitz and glamour of the tournament aside.