Ethnic Wedding Looks for the Win: Get You Fashion A Game On
05 02 2019
Men today are getting a lot more adventurous when it comes to experimenting with colours, fabrics, textures and patterns, and a wedding is the perfect occasion to showcase your style, flaunt a new look and make a dapper statement. If you want a look that slays, whether it’s at a wedding reception or an sangeet function, there are a host of option for you to choose from.
When the occasion calls for elegance and refinement, a kurta is an instant and uncomplicated classic. A right fit is the most important choice to make when picking a kurta, so opt to get one tailored in the fabric and colour of your choice to tick all the right boxes. Go for soft colours for a daytime function and a shimmering silk fabric will keep you looking cool and sophisticated, no matter the occasion. Arvind offers wide range of made to measure kurta fabrics from the millennial choice range.
A bundi jacket, also called a Nehru jacket, is a classic piece that never goes out of style. It is a hip length coat, with a mandarin collar that adds a layer of style and formality. A hand-embroidered number for a wedding looks elegant, especially when paired with a single coloured chudidar-kurta set. If that’s too flamboyant for your taste, a patterned bundi is perfectly ethnic yet subtle enough. For an occasion that demands a more traditional look, a bundi pairs well with a dhoti-kurta ensemble as well. A versatile dressing option, the bundi has successfully made the crossover to Indo-Western attire. It can be teamed up brilliantly with a pair of well-fitted trousers to steal the show at an evening do or even with a pair of well-fitting chinos. Arvind’s reversible bundi is a versatile and smart choice for occasions when you need to look sharp and dressed up. It is double-sided, with all utility pockets on both sides, and built in pocket squares on both side for a pop of colour, so you can give yourself two different vibes and look your regal best.
When it comes to wedding attire, few outfits can compete with the crisp and stylish bandhgala. It’s not for nothing that it also informally dubbed the ‘prince coat’. An elegant, Indian jacket that has a close-button neck, it can be worn either kurta length, or in its more fashion forward avatar ending at the thighs. Get a perfectly regal look with silk brocades or velvet and finer silks for semi-formal functions. Deep tones of burgundy or navy are great colour choices for when the mercury dips in the winter months and add a luxurious vibe to an outfit. When a doubt, a black bandhgala will always keep things stylish. To up your style game, pair it with well-tailored trousers and add a dash of quirk with a vibrant pocket square.
An achkan is a knee length coat with a slimmer silhouette for a more compact masculine look. It’s typically a favourite of the grooms at weddings for comfort and ease of movement, who sometimes favour it over a heavily embellished sherwani. Paired with a chudidar, it makes a striking statement. Opt for one in a wool-blend, brocade or silk, and one with a comfortable and durable lining. Reds, oranges, mustards, maroons and navys complement most Indian skin tones.
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