1. The Grand Sherwanis
This is indeed the quintessential festive outfit for any Indian man, may it be for a wedding or for a puja and the good thing is that it comes in an array of designs, colors and varieties! While the sherwanis ooze class and style off any Indian man, these look extremely fit for any festive occasion and helps highlight the look of anyone with ease. Sherwani’s can be easily paired up well with either a churidar or a salwar, but you can conveniently skip the stole if you want as that may add a girly tone to the outfit.
2. Jodhpuri Suits
Are you a man who likes to dress quick without much of hassles? If yes, then the Jodhpuri suit option is tailor made for you! These are a great addition to any man’s festive collection wardrobe as they are easy to wear and give out a very royal look and feel. Great to wear to any festive occasion possible, one just needs to team the jodhpuri suits with a brooch or a pocket square to look the best! Just remember that this outfit looks best in bright hues such a s saffron, grey, jet black, navy blue and dark maroons, thus buy one of these shades to look as handsome as ever!
3. Dhoti- Jackets are in!
This one is extremely contemporary in its styling where the dhoti gives a man the raw yet rural kind of sex appeal and looks great when paired up with a fancy and nice bandhgala suit or a kurta! In case you are not really a vibrant color loving person, you can stick to the basic pure or ornate cotton silk kurtas over the dhoti to look trendy. For the exceptionally great and different look, you can opt for a Nehru Jacket on the kurta to glam up the outfit in a matter of just a few seconds! This one is a true fashion symbol and can be worn with élan by men all over the nation!
4. The Simple Kurta alternatives
Beauty in simplicity- if this is the mantra that the man in you swears by, this one is for you! Simple kurtas can look extremely good when worn over a sober piece of salwar or even a pair of jeans. If you want to take things even more simply, opt for the long kurtas or the latest galabandh kurtas with full sleeves to look good too! 5. The Semi- Ethnic attire This is for those who are not ready to don the extremely ethnic mode and wants to go simpler on that aspect. Pick up a crisp white shirt, a black trouser, and black shoes and add a streak of color to the outfit by wearing a bright hued bandhgala shirt length jacket to finish off the look!
Go and rock the show!