Ethnic Wear for Men
I am usually in the Operation Theatre for 14 hours a day, 4 days a week; if luck is on my side. Otherwise the hours can get longer and the number of days can increase too. Rest of the three days, I am in formals (read shirt and blazer). That leaves me with absolutely a non fancy wardrobe. Its only during vacations and Pujas and weddings when I actually get to switch up my looks. Its totally opposite to my work wear but me and my family love the change. Yes, I like to dive into ethnic wear.
I love wearing ethnic. I own a lot: short kurtas, long kurtas, kurta pyjamas, sherwanis et all. However not all guy feels comfortable wearing kurtas. So here is a little guide as to how you should start building your ethnic wardrobe.
If you are new to the ethnic trend, you can break the ice with this ethnic jacket. The blue colour is very royal and the jacket will make heads turn; whether at a wedding or at a cocktail party. Find this here.
If a full Kurta Pyjama is too much for you, then you can start embracing the ethnic trend by donning this Kurta. The motif is very cool and manly and the length is perfect to go with jeans. Find this here.
This kind of Kurta Pyjama is my all time favourite. Its pure cotton and the most comfortable thing ever. You can wear it during any time of the day...any ocassion: Puja or hanging out with friends. It gives a coll intellectual look that I prefer. Find this here.
If you are confident enough to pull of an ethnic jacket that it heavy brocade then this one is for you. Pair it with a simple Kurta Pyjama and even then you are going to stand out of the crowd. Find this here.
For all the guys who really want to dress the part. I mean you are not afraid to carry the bling factor then this is for you. This sherwani is a heavy work wear; suited mainly from grooms. However if you are the best man or its your sister's wedding, then you can definitely don it to make heads turn.Find this here.