11 Top Men’s Ethnic Wear Trends

by Vikram Sharma Textile designer

Women have a plethora of ethnic clothing options at their disposal. Women have always had a plethora of clothing options, ranging from ghagras and lehengas to sarees. Men, on the other hand, are a different story.

For the longest time, men's clothing was limited and there was no room for experimentation, but that is no longer the case! As the importance of men's clothing has grown, new designs and trends have emerged.

Clothing for men is no longer just about buying something boring, but about selecting from an exceptional range of styles.

Here is a guide to keep you up to date on the latest developments in the world of men's clothing.

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You Can Never Go Wrong with White Bottom:

White is a classic yet fashionable colour. White bottoms like south Indian white lungi are always a safe bet. This is due to the fact that white goes well with almost everything in the vast colour spectrum. White is ideal for both bright colours like red and yellow and duller ones like cream and grey. When in doubt, go with white.

Jazz Things Up with a Dupatta:

Dupattas can save a variety of outfits. When a dress's overall appearance is dull, pairing it with a brighter dupatta can make all the difference! Adding a different coloured dupatta to a bright outfit can make the outfit stand out. Another advantage of dupattas is that they look great with dhotis, pyjamas, and chudidars.

Go Pastel in Festive Season:

Basic colours have long been out of style if you want to attract people's attention. Red, orange, yellow, and blue can all look great on a kurta, but they are simply overpowered by pastel colours. Given that most people wear neutral colours, pastels are ideal for making you stand out in a crowd.

A Waist With a Dhoti:

Dhotis have played an important role in India's clothing history. Wear the dhoti with a waistcoat to make it look more modern and stylish. Waistcoats are typically worn with dhotis or chudidars and can be plain or printed. Wearing a waistcoat with a contrasting colour is a great look for weddings and festivals.

Ethnic Prints:

For a long time, men did not have the option of wearing ethnic clothing on regular days. This season, a regular Men's kurta with a traditional print is in style. For day-to-day activities, a simple bottom with a printed kurta is ideal. This outfit is ideal for any man looking for a change from his usual daily attire. It's unique and sophisticated all at the same time.

The Royal Jodhpuri Suits:

Jodhpuri suits over cotton vests, the most commonly worn, are ideal for all occasions that call for a traditional look. The Jodhpuri suits are richly coloured and embellished with intricate embroidery. The suit gives the wearer structure and a regal appearance. This Rajasthani dress is without a doubt the most opulent of all the men's clothing options.

Silk Jacquard Kurta:

If you don't have one of these, you're way behind the times. The Silk Jacquard Kurta is one of the most opulent-looking men's dresses. Its pleasant colours and smooth texture make it an instant hit with the public. If the kurta is too plain for you, pair it with a printed overcoat and simply rock the look!

A Punjabi Suit:

The Punjabi suit is casual, but it has an edge to it. It makes the person wearing it appear relaxed while simultaneously raising the style quotient. It is ideal for everyday use and adds a touch of style to your life. Combining it with some cool shades and the appropriate footwear will make you appear even more appealing.

Painted Motifs:

Painted motifs are ideal for anyone who wants to wear clothing that is completely unique. They're unlike anything else you've ever seen. These kurtas are hand-painted and feature one-of-a-kind designs. Because the designs are not repeated, each kurta has a unique look that no other kurta has.

Indo-Western Way:

Indo western clothing is ideal for those looking for something a little different from traditional clothing. These kurtas combine the advantages of Indian and Western clothing. Wearing Indo-Western feels like you're getting the best of both worlds. It combines the inherent comfort of western clothing with the beautiful designs of Indian clothing. They are typically short and can also be worn as jackets. Grooms prefer to wear such attire because it is both comfortable and appealing.


The Achkan is a well-known piece of clothing worn by grooms and groomsmen. It is a mash-up of Indian and Persian fashion. It is grand and ideal for special occasions such as weddings. It emphasises the shape, and the perfect fit makes the person wearing it appear slimmer.

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