Trends in Indian Ethnic Wear Outfits For Men

When it’s about festivities, there is nothing better than Indian ethnic wear. Men's traditional wear is no longer restricted to happy marriages. Millennial men can flaunt traditional wear on all kinds of festive occasions to become the center of attraction or get the "Best Dress" label at any party, but where to start from? Which ethnic wear is best for which festival? There will be too many of them. After all, real life is not an Indian television show where you dress up just for fun. Dive into the world of fashion to choose the best outfit that looks stylish and provides ultimate comfort. Read on to know more about the trends in the Indian ethnic wear for men that K for Kathiawad has to offer. 

Asymmetric Cuts
The trendiest style now lies in asymmetric cuts and shapes in kurtas or sherwanis. Why dress regular when you cut it in an extraordinary way. Amp up your ethnic style with this experimental trend to make heads turn. Cherry-pick fresh English colours on kurtas or Indo-western sherwanis for a unique look.

Mandarin Chinese Collar

Named after the gowns worn by Mandarins in Imperial China, the mandarin collar is a short and unfolded collar. When styled on Indian ethnic wear, this trend made a huge style statement in the fashion industry. On kurtas, thread embroidered mandarin collars portrayed a traditional look.  

Ghicha Fabric
Readymade Indo western outfit enhanced with thread work on ghicha silk fabric and embellished buttons make for a stunning ethnic outfit and a great addition to your wardrobe. It can be accompanied with plain art silk breeches in white colour. This outfit can be best suited for festivals like Diwali or wedding ceremonies.

Woven Fabrics
Woven fabric is a fabric formed by weaving. The fabrics are often made on looms and consist of a variety of threads. These fabrics generally last longer. The garments from these fabrics are best preferred to be worn in the summer season for their breathable and sweat-proof quality. These fabrics offer flexibility that can be cut in any shape and do not stretch as easily as knitted fabrics. They are lightweight and come with embedded designs or even one toned. They are excellent for producing styles in garments like jodhpuri, blazers or kurtas.

Floral is no longer a trend followed in women’s wear. Pretty and minimalistic floral design is now a trend many Indian designers are following. You can either go with a regular floral printed kurta, a floral jodhpuri or a floral Nehru jacket on a plain pastel kurta. Looks like this trend promises to stay in vogue for decades to come!

Muted Tones
Bright or vibrant colours sure have their place because bold colours first get noticed. However, the art of bringing understated tones + shades of those primary colours is sure to make a graceful impact on your ethnic wear collection. Muted is just another word for grayed, dulled or desaturated tone.  These colours can be shades of peach, cyan, mauve, etc. The beauty of muted tones is that anyone can wear these colours and it also adds a natural coolness to the personality. 

Call it pleats, cowl or drapes on the fabric, these trends on kurta or jackets look outright fancy. They also add an element of style to your ethnic wardrobe that calls for an unconventional style. Layers of fabric look quite flattering on men’s traditional wear. Pair it with a churidar and comfortable juthis in the feet for a cool look!

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