Style Tips For Men To Slay The Looks This Diwali
Diwali is here, everybody! And with preparations in full swings, we hardly have time for anything. Well, we might not get time for things like talking to our bae but we definitely understand that wardrobe is really, really important! While girls get really serious about what to wear, the male counterpart is not always that charged up. Why? Because come on, we all know men are simple beings and we can’t be bothered with all the dressing and stuff.
But Diwali is that time of the year when dressing actually counts whether you’re a girl or a guy. So, all the lazy Indian men who still haven’t decided what to wear… This one’s for you!
Nice and Comfortable Jodhpur Kurtas and Pants
Diwali is a long day and you obviously don’t want to wear anything that tight and fitting, sending you in that uncomfortable zone. No, instead go for light Jodhpur pants and then pair them up with a nice Bandhgala kurta and bright coloured vest.
Teaming up the look
Don’t wanna waste time going shopping and looking for a nice, new kurta? How about you get that old stripped kurta out? Yes, they are back in style! Simple plain colours are good but experimenting with that stripped kurta with solid white pyjamas, will get you there! Now, to add on to that look, a pair of jutti or a kolhapuris and a watch is the perfect Diwali look.
Cut is King
Are you a minimalist but still wanna stand out in the party crowd? Instead of traditional Kurtas, look for solid coloured ones with cuts (because they are the latest trends, duh!)
The perfect fabric for the occasion
Tired of cotton, silk and other stuff? In that case, linen is your go-to fabric this Diwali and the perfect style inspiration for the last-minute look prep. Try on contrasting colours for your kurta and pyjamas with leather juttis.
Pathani all the way!
Nothing can beat the Pathani look, ever! And they are super comfortable, traditional and easy to find- online and offline! In case you missed out on looking for what to wear, think no further and get yourself a Pathani suit right now! Black, blue, parrot green, choose any colour and you will still look dashing and Diwali-ready!