Ethnic Looks For Indian Men: What’s Your Style This Festive Season?

It’s almost November; which means the onset of festivities and wedding celebrations. And boy, the style stakes are sky high for ethnic wear! To help you slay the festive season with your style, we have hand-picked this season’s top festive wear ideas for Indian men. Take a look…


1). Experiment with fusion kurtas










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Asymmetric cut kurtas are the most fashionable ethnic outfits with an ease of dressing up! To give a twist to your outfit, try patterned kurta or layer up a soft-colored kurta with a long jacket. Add an extra zing to your style with straight pants instead of pyjamas and white sneakers or loafers. 



2). Go for a monochromatic look

Easy to find in the market and a dashing outfit for a festive celebration or a wedding function, a classic monochromatic attire always looks regal and well-groomed on men of all age groups. Complete your festive look with polished shoes and an elegant pocket square!






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3). Look flamboyant in Jodhpuri pants

The jodhpur pants emanate suave flamboyance and give you an uber chic look. A perfect  outfit for taller men perfect outfit spruce up a vibrant bandhgala jacket with a short kurta, and loafers. These loafers are very in these days and easily available everywhere!






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4). Go bold with your shoes 

Sometimes all you need as a differentiator is the right pair of shoes. In a pre-Diwali or wedding get-together, loosen the reins on your outfit and add a pop-up colour with the shoes you wear!







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5). Enhance your style with an Indo ensemble

A concoction of traditional styling and modern sensibilities, experiment with a soft-coloured short kurta, patterned jacket and Peshawari salwar. If you are shorter than 5’9’’, opt for a straight pant instead of a salwar.






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6). Experiment with scarves 

Black indeed makes a timeless fashion! Wear a classic black attire and experiment with a scarf or a stole to set yourself apart from the crowd. Take cues from this picture, drape the scarf on one shoulder and knot it on the other for a chic and elegant look. It’s a unique festive or wedding party outfit that immensely adds to your swag! To learn different stylish ways to drape a scarf, refer to our video





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7). The Diwali office party or casual get-togethers

Have an office Diwali party, a festive or pre-wedding get-together with family? Want to wear something good-looking but not too gaudy or ethnic? Don’t worry, here’s the best attire idea to your rescue. Wear a small-patterned short kurta or shirt and a classic pair of chinos. While it’s best to go clean shaven with this attire, if you are not comfortable, make sure that your beard is trimmed well.


Did we miss on your favourite look? Let us know, we would love to hear from you guys. Hope these ideas help you sail smooth this festive cum wedding season!


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