For the fact that India is a land of diversity, there is an equal ground for different cultures, religions, and even tastes that are relished freely all around the country. Throughout the year, there are plenty of festivals celebrated here with a peculiar charm, which indeed reflects in the sparkling faces, dazzling streets, fares, shopping bonanzas and so much more.
Such a vibe can be sensed these days as the auspicious festival of Navratri is being fervently celebrated all across the country. Like every year, the current festivities combined with the jovial onset of the upcoming festivals such as Dusshera, Dhanteras, Diwali, Govardhan and Bhai Dooj etc have started lighting up the environs and igniting a spark in people to prepare further for the upcoming occasion.
From cleaning homes, preparing sweets, buying dresses, and attending the exhibitions, there is plenty on their platter to meet. Apparently, where women tend to enjoy the more of a shopping experience, men, on the other hand, tend to escape the tedious task as much.
Sorting out every men’s dilemma, we have the perfect styling guide for you to follow, so that you can save your time and energy to have more fun around with your beloved ones:
Bandhgalas Jodhpuri Suits –
Men can look suave in Bandhgala Jodhpuri suits on the occasion of Diwali. The Mandarin collar is recognized to be a defining feature of Bandhgala festive wear. These suits can be worn with a plain shirt or a plain kurta. In order to accessorize, you can opt something like the hand-woven omkar bracelet, a traditional add-on to your personality for the occasion. Complete your look with a pair of oxford shoes.
Think traditional dhoti would be too much? Good news is- nowadays, pant style dhotis are available in the market with a pocket facility to add more comfort to your traditional look for the festive season. Using a Swastika gold plated pendant, you can add more to the traditional appearance to look presentable and casual. You can wear kurta, shirt or t-shirt with dhotis according to what’s most suitable for you. Juttis, ethnic sandals or kolhapuris are what you’re looking in your outfit.
For a put-together look, this sophisticated outfit with a lesser length than a sherwani combining a stylish look with ethnic touches is widely chosen by men. Therefore, men preferring a nawabi look for the festival should opt for Achkans with simple trouser or pyjama. Don stylish Classic Stainless Steel Golden Tube Chain with the outfit to embellish your festive look. Coming down to the best footwear pick, you know stylish pairs of loafers would aptly serve the purpose.
Nehru Jacket –
If you wish to stand out from the crowd, you can rock a dark red or brown Nehru Jacket over top. To add to your outfit, you can wear a pair of embroidered Mojaris and accessorize with Ethnic Ganpati Gold Plated Pendant. For a more smarter and versatile look, pair Nehru Jacket with a cream colored pyjama and kurta set.
Kurta Pyjama –
If none of it works for you, then put on a set of kurta pyjama that can never be out of fashion. Pair it with the ethic slip-ons and roll up your sleeves furnishing your wrist with a religious Omkar and Rudraksha bracelet.
We know that properly put together attire speaks volume, and donning these outfits for the festive season will surely help you turn out to be a star amongst the mob!