That time of the year is here yet again when men have to struggle for shopping. Diwali is approaching in full swing and you are still browsing websites. Let’s bring an end to this havoc right here. Because we understand your wardrobe dilemma, it’s high time you start your free trial of understanding ethnic trends and getting them stat for Diwali.
KURTAS WITH JACKETS
Who wishes to wear those long kurtas in age-old way. This silhouette has transformed and can up your sartorial game. The charm of Nehru jackets or linen waistcoats is undeniable and sure they can instantly raise your style stakes. Jackets with contrast and rich fabric have the potential to nail the Diwali dapper look for you. So, go for it, totally.
PAGDIS AND PATTERNED TROUSERS
You have been doing it all wrong if you thought wearing headgears or turbans is just for wedding days. We are talking the ones that have subtle texture and are designed in solid colours. Witnessed during fashion weeks as well, these pagdis can be teamed with long kurta. For more royal appearance, you can team a bandhgala jacket over it.
It’s not always about clothes you own for the festival saga but it is also about how you fuse them with your footwear. Brogues and loafers are losing their touch and so it is highly recommended you opt for styles that are designed with gold and silver thread work. The various patterns can spruce your ethnic look and don’t forget to add some embellishment to your outfit.
DHOTI PANTS AND POLO PANTS
The era of wearing churidars has come to an end. Come festive season, dhoti and polo pants will be seen everywhere. Ever thought of owning such pants instead of those plain pyjamas for your kurtas? We reckon so.
Even women can’t get over the elegance a sherwani offers. For the lineup of festivals, owning a sherwani is an ideal choice too. Team them up with silk straight pants and bid adios to rut of outdated silhouettes. Instead of pocket squares, you can also experiment with draping a printed shawl over your sherwani.
PRINTED LONG KURTAS
In the midst of this festival season, the ultimate go-to, kurtas can also become practically impossible to wear. But fashion’s love affair with prints is well stated everywhere and hence we say this Diwali add finesse to your outfit with different patterns. We admit this trend is for real and is for all men out there.
So, finally, your mom won’t ask you to repeat your outfit nor will your girlfriend complaint. This cheat sheet will let your old kurtas retire and only invite novelty to your cute outfits. In the end, who likes to keep doing research anyway?