Wearing Indo-Western the Right Way: 3 Things to Keep in Mindby Parivar Ceremony Buy Indian Wedding Dresses Online
Indo-western is not a fad, but fashion like any other attire that has been around for a long time. Slowly, but steadily, the indo-western designer suits for men are making their way into the homes, and then to the hearts of Indian men. 7 out of 10 times you would witness the majority of guests to any family function or occasion choosing this attire over the formal and classic business look. But just like any other attire, wearing an Indo-western too comes with a guideline of its own, which shouldn’t be messed up if you want to get the dream look you wished for before you went to buy designer suits for men for yourself. So try keeping these three points in mind when buying and wearing one, and you will do just fine.
1. Know When it’s too much or too Little
If it's not your wedding or any other event that celebrates a milestone in your professional or personal life, then there has to be some reservations when choosing your indo-western designer suits for men. As a rule of thumb, you can’t dress to your fullest if its your friend’s or brother’s wedding, or you will be termed as a person who spoils it for others. A denim with a white or colored kurta, with a scarf around your neck would do if you have a good physique. In case you have everything else but not the last one, then you can go with a Nehru jacket that gives you the extra inches on your hands and chest to make you look lean but healthy.
2. Make Your Comfort Your Priority
Unlike your office suit jacket that you can remove in case of scorching heat or humid condition, Indo-westerns don’t look good if you start removing the components one at a time for the same reasons as above. That’s why it 's better you count in the weather condition of the place where the event is planned for. For summers, linen attire are the best, as they don’t make you feel suffocated or uncomfortable when it’s sweaty.
3. Accessories Count
Bandana, Stole, Turban, beads, Kilingi, etc. are some accessories that you could choose to level-up your indo-western look. However, the rules here are same as the point 1 of this blog post. You can’t overdo with your accessories if it's not your day. Take stole as an example. Heavily embroidered ones could steal the limelight off your friend whose event you plan to attend. A plain, uni-colored, velvet stole, on the other hand, can give you just the look without making other to be jealous of the way you look. Some hosts asks their guests to wear a turban as part of their attire, which could land you in trouble. Again, taking a cue from the stole, you can go with a plain cotton turban, like the ones you see in movies having Marwari characters. Not only they save you from the heat, but go well with your denims too.
Created on Jun 25th 2019 01:39. Viewed 271 times.
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