Hacks to make you look more stylish in traditional wear


As the festive season is nearly upon us, it’s time to raise the style stakes by donning traditional Indian wear. Yes, daunting as it may seem, truth is ethnic wear has the potential to make a man look regal, handsome and fashionable at the same time. Let’s see how you can get there.

 

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1. Ethnic all the way:

When you want to try something really traditional but you’re a bit nervous, an embroidered cream sherwani with brown churidaar is always a safe and smart option. Something that’ll make sure you look smarter, come what may. But, you can add a twist to the outfit by adding a light contrasting shawl for those colder nights. You can complete the look with Jodhpuri chappals or tan shoes.

 

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Image Courtesy: www.ShilpaAhuja.com

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2. A formal blend:

In case you want to try some classy formal wear but you want to fit into the festive mood, you could try out a Crisp white shirt with black pants and black shoes. Sounds boring, right? Add a bright red bandhgala shirt-length jacket with an equally bright lining. You’ve successfully transformed something bland into something that catches the eye instantly.

 

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Image Courtesy: Shopify

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3. Keeping in casual:

If going casual is your style mantra, but you’re in the mood for a bit of experimentation, you can wear a regular-sized sherwani with offbeat colours such as electric blue, bottle green or magenta with interesting designs and patterns. Look out for fabrics like linen, cotton or jute that will make your festivities classy and comfortable.

 

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Image Courtesy: Saregama

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4. The Nehru Jacket:

The Nehru Jacket is the single most versatile traditional apparel in any guy’s cupboard and come the festive season, it becomes your best friend. Pick a sober color but instead of a plain jacket, go for a contrasting-colored Nehru jacket.

 

Image Courtesy: Margo Fashion
Image Courtesy: Margo Fashion

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In case you are short on time and you can’t really figure out what to wear try out one of these classy fashion trends to make a lasting impression this festive season.