Style Recommendations for Men in Indian Ethnic Wear for Different Occasions

by Vikram Sharma Textile designer

Indian ethnic wear is always something that exudes individuality and royalty. There is a pair for everyone, regardless of their body type. We agree that it is far too easy for women to choose from a wide range of clothing options, but it becomes more difficult when it comes to men's fashion and apparel. However, in this day and age, even men are willing to flaunt their outfits and go out to embrace the latest fashion trends.

In this blog, we will discuss style recommendations for men so that they can slay in style throughout the year. Without further ado, let us get started -

Men's Ethnic Wear for Wedding Parties

Weddings can be stressful for men, so it is only fair to allow them to dress however they want. We've created a slew of new stylish options for men to wear this wedding season and show off their fashion sense.

Ethnic Sherwanis

Ethnic Sherwanis over cotton vest are the oldest garments and a symbol of royalty in their own right. Sherwanis have been ingrained in Indian culture since the Mughal era, if not earlier. We've been wearing sherwanis and experimenting with different ways to wear them. Three of the most popular style changes made to this royal piece are listed below.

Sherwani with Dhoti

When worn at a wedding, a Dhoti Sherwani can outshine all other Indian outfits. Its multi-faceted and detailed handwoven work adds a lovely touch to the outfit. We offer dhoti sherwani in a variety of fabrics, including brocade, silk, khadi, cotton, and velvet.

For longer events, a dhoti sherwani or handloom lungi sherwani is a better choice because it is a more relaxed outfit. So, don't miss out on our newest Dhoti Sherwani styles, which are now available online. You can find a variety of styles, such as floral dhoti sherwani and knee-length dhoti sherwani. Try an asymmetric dhoti sherwani in a variety of stylish cuts.

Sherwani with Dupatta

This dress looks best when the colors are contrasted. Furthermore, dupattas are an excellent way to add layers to your clothing ensemble.

Duttas are made from a variety of fabrics, the most popular of which are net or chiffon. If you are attending a close relative's wedding, you can even choose to wear a stylish Pagdi, Safa, or Turban. They will undoubtedly give you a look that will turn heads. When wearing a Safa or Turban, don't forget to accessorize with a head pin.

Angrakha Style Sherwani

Angrakha fashion Indo Western clothing for men is popular these days, and it comes in a variety of colors and styles. Angrakha Indo Western is ideal for family gatherings, small functions, and other traditional events.

So, what exactly is an Indo Western Kurta Outfit? These kurtas come in a variety of cuts and sleeves styles. You can wear them with a variety of bottom wear outfits, such as simple pants, churidar, breeches pants, various dhotis, eye-catching salwar, and any set of pyjamas. Men like to wear these kurtas to weddings, celebrations, and other special occasions.

Indo Western Achkan-Achkan is similar to traditional Indo Western sherwanis, but it is very interesting. These days, Indo western achkans can be worn with pants, dhoti, salwar, and a variety of other slick bottoms.

Jodhpuri Suit

The Jodhpuri Suit is one of the most elegant styles, and dresses from Rajasthan and tribal dress sets are available. Accessorizing a Jodhpuri suit with gemstone mala and rings is the simplest way to look put together.

Jodhpuri Suits exude an imperial allure, but they've also become a fashionable choice thanks to the vibrant prints they come in. As a result, Indian men have embraced this style with beauty and elegance, and Jodhpuri Suits have become a common yet exquisite evening wear.

Choose from a variety of Designer Jodhpuri suits and printed Jodhpuri suits to wear with dhotis or lungis. Remember the velvets while you're busy styling your Jodhpuri suits. A velvet Jodhpuri suit can never go wrong. Your Designer Wear also offers the pearl white Jodhpuri Suit.

Sponsor Ads

About Vikram Sharma Advanced   Textile designer

18 connections, 0 recommendations, 181 honor points.
Joined APSense since, October 21st, 2021, From kolkata, India.

Created on May 17th 2022 01:55. Viewed 223 times.


No comment, be the first to comment.
Please sign in before you comment.