With the festive season comes the pressure of being dressed well in front of people. The party invites and family gatherings are all lined up. When the women have already started curating their dresses for all the diwali grandeur, how can the men be left behind? The simple mantra this fashion season is to enjoy fusion, that’s why the latest style is a blend of modern motifs with Indian culture. If you guys want to look different and flattering this festive season and leave an everlasting impression through your style game, give these bold trends a shot!
- Kurta Pajama
An all-time classic, you are always right with the simple kurta-pajama. A silk kurta-pajama is a ‘go-to’ outfit for this diwali for it exudes ethnicity. The ensemble speaks of pure masculine poise that should be on throttle this festive season. Dress in vibrant colors and team them up with kolhapuri chappals or jodhpuri sandals.
- Short Kurta with Denims
Get ready for a causal party or outing with friends this Diwali, with a short kurta and slim fit denims. This indo-western fusion will give you a preppy and chic look, while maintaining the essence of Indian ethinicity. Dress with a light colored kurta and solid denims or jeans and kohlapuris.
- Dhoti Pants
Always afraid of the dhoti falling apart when you wear it? Well you can bid adieu to that fear because dhoti pants are designed around the quintessential Indian dhoti. Simply slip it on and pair it up with a bandgalla or Nehru jacket or a sherwani. While it makes you look dapper, it also rates high on the comfort scale.
- Coats over Kurtas
Be it a waistcoat or a simple coat, a coat is a piece of clothing which definitely adds to the festive mood. Coat over kurtas are very urbane and are the best for men who want a dash of sophistication in their festive look. A coat over a long kurta is an ideal outfit for the upcoming diwali puja.
Pathani kurtas give a perfect Nawabi look and royal festive feel. Allow this inside your diwali wardrobe and watch simplicity at its best, turn you into royalty. Retain your causal, teen boy vibe by just wearing it with a churidar or jeans.
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