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6 Ethnic Men's Outfits Options For This Festive Season

When it comes to festivals, we Indians are ahead of every country. This country organizes innumerable functions on various occasions. Our culture is so widely spread that it is even celebrated on foreign lands. With so many occasions, one must keep his ethnic and traditional wears ready in hand for each.

Indian Men in Ethnic Wear

The ethnic season brings out the versatility in you as it’s time to shine. In order to have a complete wardrobe, it is important to have a few staple pieces of traditional wear for important occasions. Do you have ethnic wears that complement each of the festive occasions? If not here is a small guide on what you are missing out on. These suggested staple outfits will complete your wardrobe and lift your personality overall. 1. Dandiya and Bandhej Dupattas

White kurta and white pajamas along with a red bandhej dupatta or stole would be a deadly combination. Go with the kurta of your choice, short or long, but try to wear white as it will give that perfect Dandiya outfit. Bandhej Dupatta or the stole is the game-changer here. Wrap the chunni casually around your neck and you are all set to rock the occasion. Wear your black or leather chappals to complement your white kurta outfit.

Indian Man in kurta pjyama and bandhej dupatta

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2. Durga Puja and Long Kurtas

Durga Puja is a big occasion and one of the oldest traditional festivals in India. You can have bright-colored silk kurtas or a neutral kurta with a silk Nehru jacket to complement it. Skin fit white pajamas are the best that goes with any color. But if you are planning on going full ethnic mode with the dhoti, then try the cream color with a red printed Modi Coat. Wear Kohlapuri chappals or mules to give the final touch. Pro tip would be to wear long kurtas, as this brings out the extra flavor of ethnicity. Feel free to embrace colors and the shades of red can make the look more regal.

Men Olive Green Striped Straight Kurta with Embroidered Detail

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3. Dussehra and Printed Kurtas

Yet again on the list, we have a home festival. This time you can try out printed or striped kurtas with denim or pajamas. Printed or striped kurtas will pass that family gathering vibe check with ease. You can also go for the brighter solid kurtas for the evening family gatherings. Also, if you are going for the solids, it will give a formal look too, so balance it out with the mules, loafers, or sandals. Don’t go wearing something like Rajasthani chappal as the casual ethnic vibe will be disconnected.

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4. Dhanteras and Pathanis

Put on the Maroon Pathani along with the same colored harem pants or salwar. Wrap that cream or beige chunni or Dupatta around your neck and pair it with brown loafers to elevate the look. Trust me you will be surprised how classy you look. Pathanis blend in well with that chunni, which gives the touch of ethnicity in the right amount. If you are of a warm skin tone then try for white or other colors combinations, but maroon can give that mature classy look which other colors fail to deliver.

Men Maroon Solid Kurta with Salwar

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5. Diwali and Vibrant Nehru Jackets

The festival of colors should be rightly served with vibrant and bright long kurtas and Nehru Jackets. Get some bright or printed eye-catching Nehru Jackets to be solids or printed. Now don’t go all glittering, try to keep the kurta solid and the Nehru jacket printed. If you like experimenting, then you can go with vibrant kurtas of different styles, like the side button or side cut ones leaving the Nehru jacket You can try out dhoti or harem pants that complement your upper outfit. Yet again sandals or mules or leather loafers will do the job.

Men Red & Blue Embroidered Nehru Jacket

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6. Bhaiya Dooj and Cotton Kurtas

Bhaiya Dooj will be celebrated at your home or your sister's house(if she is married). If you get too vibrant, then you will not get along with the homely atmosphere around you. So, try out some light-colored cotton short kurtas or side cut kurtas, or side button kurtas with pajamas and denim. If you love to wear bright colors, then try out shades of blue or burgundy. You can also try Handlooms, Ikkats, Tie & Dye, or other traditional styles of Kurtas to look on point. Juthis or Loafers would look good in terms of shoes.

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Now you have a complete guide of ethnic wear according to festivals. You can try out any of the following from our list or experiment with the color combinations of your wish. Festivals are an occasion to take your fashion quotient a notch higher.

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