Colourful splash or neutral shades, self-texture or printed accents; there’s a lot of this or that men question while choosing a desi look. Seeking some inspiration for the upcoming festivities? The idea of ethnic dressing has been reset prominently by the handsome gentlemen of Bollywood. So, whether you’re going with the buzzword of ‘classic is the new cool’ or playing around to be a trendsetter, you’ll need these visual references! Here are some inspirations right in time for the impending festivities straight from the closets of the men who never fail to amuse us.
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Ranveer Singh shows he can conquer any throne acing the good ol’ kurta ensemble. As always he left stricken by his eccentric colour choice. De route from the conventional styles and win compliments for your experimental flair as you don this number by Masaba.
The layering game never gets old. All you need is to throw over a Nehru jacket on any ethnic co-ordinates and step in like the best-dressed man at every soiree. Here’s classic meets contemporary done right by Manav Kaul in a jacket by Bubber Couture. Take notes!
Black sherwanis for the Shaadi season? Yes, please! You simply cannot go wrong with a well-trimmed black look for evening nuptials or receptions. Ranveer Singh sports another archive-worthy look in this overlapped style by Dhruv Vaish.
We love the vibe of runway meets politics in this sharply tailored kurta ensemble by Shantanu & Nikhil. Made dressier with the maroon hue and motif detail, this ensemble certainly puts Aditya Roy Kapoor in the list of style Bollywood style icons.
Here’s a look the millennial in you will love! Saqib Salim strikes gold with his perfect balance between traditional & trendy. Whether you’re the on-duty best man or hosting a festive gala, this easy-going look will win you several compliments.
If you’re someone who stirs clear from tried & tested looks, here’s who you should look up to! Ayushman Khurrana has a penchant for slaying in a contemporary style. This monochrome look from Unit by Rajat Suri pretty much sums up his effortless flair.