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5 Style Tips for Mens to Flaunt in Indian Ethnic Wear

by Vikram Sharma Textile designer

The men's Indian Fashion style statement has seen a change in ethnic wear over the last few decades, from casual wear to a wedding occasion, the trend is changing slowly and steadily. To clear up any style confusion, we've explained the various types of trendy ethnic wear for men. So, let us break it down for you and make your shopping experience more enjoyable by providing styling tips and tricks.

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As Simple as Kurta Pajama:

The most traditional ethnic wear for men is the kurta pyjama set over cotton vest, which has been popular for decades. Its demand is still relevant, if not brisk, with various styles capturing the attention of buyers. Whether you want to look stylish at a wedding or want to wear something different during festivals, a men's kurta pyjama is an ideal outfit for any occasion. The Indian kurta pyjama is not only comfortable to wear but also complements your style. Wearing this ethnic ensemble gives you a sense of belonging.

Adorn your look with Jackets: 

The Nehru jacket is the most adaptable item of clothing in any man's wardrobe. You can wear it to a wedding, a casual brunch, a business meeting, pooja, a cocktail night, and so on. For a stylish look, pair the jacket with a kurta-pyjama, Jodhpuri pants, trousers, tweed pants, chinos, or jeans. Nehru Jackets are available in a variety of styles, fabrics, and colors.

Jodhpuri style suit for Men's

Jodhpuri suits are formal suits that include a formal jacket that is usually short in length and pants. Straight fit trousers or traditional jodhpuri pants are worn with the pants. The bottom of these pants is narrow and the hips are ballooned. Jodhpuri suits are also known as bandhgala, after Pandit Nehru's closed neck suit style.

Elegant Achkan as all-time favourites 

Achkan sherwanis are the most opulent-looking traditional men's attire. Achkan sherwanis are knee-length long coat-like outfits. Most achkan sherwanis are similar to sherwanis and have a bandhgala style neck. Sherwanis differ slightly from achkan sherwanis due to differences in neck styles. Achkan sherwanis have been regarded as classy and wealthy outfits since time immemorial.

Experience Royalty with Indo-Western Sherwani: 

While the sherwani has long been a popular choice for grooms, this elegant outfit isn't just for weddings. With its blend of tradition and regality, the outfit is an excellent choice for any important, festive occasion. Sherwanis are available in a variety of fabrics, ranging from high-quality cotton to opulent velvet, but silk is the one that never fails to impress.

A few accessories to go with 

Adding jewelry to men's wardrobe

Jewelry is no longer an afterthought in a man's wardrobe. Pair subtle yet noticeable neckpieces with your sherwanis and bandhgalas this festive season to express your personality and individuality as a style aficionado. Rings and bracelets have also taken on a new form in men's fashion in recent years. This season, men's jewelry with precious stones such as rubies, emeralds, and pearls is in high demand among the new millenials.

Scarfs will keep you in the limelight

Scarves are the unforgettable accessories that you must have when wearing bandhgalas and jodhpuris to create an aura of bravery and masculinity. The contrast of the dark colors and artistic patterns with the dress is ideal for keeping you in the spotlight.

Cufflinks and pocket square

Your ethnic ensemble is incomplete without eye-catching cufflinks and velvet pocket squares. Although chiffon, satin, or silk pocket squares are small accessories, they can change the overall look and persona. This lovely accessory has returned to the men's fashion scene and has become a must-have item.

Get creative with your footwear

This season, take your outfit to the next level with a stylish pair of jutis, mocassins, or brogues. Jutis come in a variety of patterns and designs, ranging from Jodhpuri jutis and mojaris to Punjabi jutties.



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