It’s time for men to add accessories to their wardrobe and up their game!
Accessories are meant to elevate the look of any outfit and give an added charm to it. Stereotypically many men tend to focus on only the outfit and overlook the accessories,
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Of late, the Indo-Western fashion or Indo-Western range of clothing items have gained a huge popularity among the fashionable youth as well as the middle-aged lot. To start with, let’s clear up the idea about Indo-Western clothing. Indo-Western clothing is actually referred to the type of clothing that is the fusion between the Western and South Asian fashion.
Not just in India, the Indo-Western fashion has been adopted and loved by people all around the world. Of course, in India, the Indo-Western fashion see a much more limelight in different occasions, ceremonies, and festivities. The reason is plain and simple, this type of clothing gives out a strong sense of ethnicity that goes well with the religious or festive occasions, while at the same time they hone the comfort of a western outfit to a great extent.
Be sure to make heads turn this festive season by giving the classic, traditional wear a modern twist like never before. Gone are the days of the heavy classic Sherwani’s which are paving the way and making waves instead with their modern looks.
Heading out to a casual get-together or function? Be at your comfortable and stylish best by sporting a pair of linen dhoti pants with a well-fitted t-shirt or a casual linen shirt. Got to go for a Sunday brunch at the “event of the season”? Why not try out a pair of Jodhpur pants either with or without the flare, a casual linen shirt, and leather sandals?
And yes, sherwani’s are passé at formal events or weddings. You could go for the shorter version of them with either dhoti pants or a pair of well-fitting pants and combine it with morjaris. The latest trend this season this season is definitely the bandhgala suit which screams of luxury/chivalry and royalty. Flaunt it as a full suit with well-fitted pants or you could 'go bold' and sport a short sleeveless jacket version of it with a shirt and pants.
Complete your regal look and make sure you get heads turning by using unique accessories to glam up the traditional wear. An ornate safa (turban) teamed with a royal colored dupatta (scarf) and an elegant brooch would surely up the ante. It’s all about your style and doesn’t be afraid to mix n match traditional Indian wear with the style and comfort of the west. So, go experimental, get edgy and try new things on the block, making heads turn with your own Indo-western look this festive season.