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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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, according to them it’s not the men game and that’s exactly where they are mistaking the trend. Even a plain simple kurta can be transformed into something more trendy and stylish using accessories maintaining its class. Every outfit needs to have a “jaw-dropping factor” and accessories help in achieving this with real ease. All men can wear the following accessories and style them according to their look. They are certainly a trendsetter.
A simple pin-sized brooch can work wonders in curating your perfect look for the occasion. This certainly gives your sherwani a complete royal outfit. Brooches are extremely flexible in terms of sizes available and when it comes to fitting into your style.
If you are all set to go for a western look, platinum broaches are the most desired ones. They help you craft a contemporary look and complement the entire feel of the outfit well.
The ones attending the wedding of your close relative or being the best man at your mate's wedding, a safa is an important part and sure-shot part of your attire. Out of the head to toe look, the Safa grabs instant and maximum attention, considering this it can be played with either a plain fabric or even embroidered.
The best and wisest way to pick your Safa is to balance it with your outfit. If your look is heavy and has rich embroidery, then you should without a doubt opt for a plain contrasting safa, and if your outfit is plain and simple then an embroidered and embellished safa is a must-have for the day.
Yes, stoles do like a dupatta and are wrapped around the neck but it is one of the classiest and can never go wrong accessory to complete the look. It is usually of contrast colour in comparison to the sherwani.
The purpose of the stole is that it helps in breaking the focus on the of the sherwani by adding a different colour to the outfit, hence balancing the overall look.
As the name denotes Mala is certainly a type of neckwear that men can flaunt at weddings. There are many patterns available out in the market, but the Pearl strands and Kundan necklaces are the most classic pieces for the perfect royal look that too in no time.
Mojris are certainly the most worn juttis by men and undoubtedly they look extremely traditional and royal. The mojris are crafted from different materials ranging from silk and velvet to more expensive ones like leather. Any traditional outfit you can think of is simply is incomplete without a pair of juttis.
You all must be using this on most of the occasions. A pocket square is a neatly folded piece of a contrast fabric that is partially visible from the pocket of the coat and is an another added element of style.
The contrast colour is highly recommended as it attracts attention and looks extremely elegant and classy that’s for the ethnic look. Just in case you ditch the western look and are planning to wear a traditional outfit and want to incorporate a pocket square then bandhgala suits or even jodhpuri coats will complement each other.
In case it’s just another wedding that you have to attend in the neighborhood and don’t want to overdress then pairing elegant cuff links with a well-pressed creased shirt is your outfit. If you want to give a traditional touch then can be paired with traditional jackets or a kurta.