With every edition, the IPL jersey changes due to certain obvious reasons like the sponsors and a belief to perform better. They say that looks matter and your looks define your personality. There have been many instances when we have been fascinated by our favourite team’s jersey whether it be FC Barcelona or Team India or an IPL team. The teams look for changes in the jersey and come up with a better combination in the subsequent edition of the famous cash rich IPL. Here is the look of the team jerseys for the 10th edition of IPL.
Starting low and finishing high has been a trend for the so called “men in blue” . With a few minor changes in the golden lining , the MI’s jersey has such a look like the image below.
Can this change the fate for the Delhi side? Delhi has been one of those teams that never made big despite a decent team combination.
The defending champions reveal the dress for this season of the IPL but the orange touch remains intact.
Kolkata Knight Riders
The two time champions and King Khan’s team has had one of the most attractive IPL jersey with a golden touch since the inaugural season. Here is the new jersey for Gautam Gambhir’s team.
Kings XI Punjab
Dimple queen Preity Zinta’s KXIP had a few decent seasons so far including a spot in the finals ,only to lose to the KKR side. KXIP had a sparkling silver touch to the dress but their destiny never sparkled. The new jersey appears almost similar to the previous edition.
The lions roared in the previous season and are one of the strong contenders for the championship this season.
Rising Pune Supergiants
The previous season was a nightmare for one of the most successful skippers of all time and his team as they ended the season at the foot of the league table. Will the new IPL jersey turn the tables for them or do they remain stagnant? Lets hope that the jersey luck works for them.
Royal Challengers Bangalore
The most loved team and the team with the most explosive batting line-up has revealed two different jerseys for the home and away matches. Not to forget their green dress as a part of “Go green” initiative .