With the festive season starting soon, it is the perfect time to pick out your festival wear. Diwali is one of those festivals that everyone celebrates in style and it continues till Bhaiya Dooj.
The real panic starts with what to wear on Diwali and on various occasions following it, without repeating your outfits.
Well! it is a difficult choice. And we should also not forget that the wedding season usually follows the festival of Diwali, and you wouldn’t want to get caught up with shopping on those busy days.
So, to make life easier, we would like to share what all different outfits you can wear and make your festival special
The Classy Jackets
Waistcoats are in big trend these days. It is traditionally worn with a kurta pajama, dhoti with kurta or short kurta which also adds a bit of style to a plain look. Nehru jackets comes in varied fabrics like Tussar, Khaadi, Linen, Pure Silk, Denim, Tissue, and cotton. They look formal enough to wear to your office Diwali party, and cool enough to wear it to the after-party too. Just by wearing a waist coat, you can easily transform from a daytime look to a night-time trend! You can also try waistcoat in floral prints or textured, so that it can be paired with different outfits.
The Royal Sherwani look
Sherwani is one of the most common and stylish attire worn during festivals. They are designed mainly for such occasions as it is all about class, elegance and style. It adds to the charm and grace of men. Sherwani comes in various patterns and colors, you can choose them to depend on the occasion, but colour such as gold is a great option especially when you want to make a lasting impression. The ethnic attire just adds a special feel to the festival and leaves lasting impression on friend’s relatives and guests.
The majestic Kurta-Pajamas
It is a traditional and popular look amongst the men, especially when dressing up for a festive occasion like Diwali, Holi, weddings and puja. It is also easier to lounge around in, during the day so you’re never caught off-guard, when you have relatives or friends come over suddenly.
You can try teaming up your kurta with a pair of well fitted denims which will give you a blend of traditional and casual look. Also, make sure your denims are neither ripped nor low-waist.
So, there it is, we are sure that this guide will help you select the right outfits for this festive season!
We all at Mahavir Collections wish you a great festival. Happy Shopping!