Beauty & Fashion
5 fashion trends you can’t miss this festive season
While most males will only consider using kurtas with chudidaars and half bandhgalas when it comes to ethnic wear, you can constantly dress to break the conventional norms with something more rakish. How numerous of us would use a dhoti or a sophisticated anarkali shape for Diwali? Well, if you have a knack of being natty, our special Diwali shoot will influence you to check out these looks and be the finest dressed male at your office Diwali celebration or a household soiree.
Model Sumit Singh in Shantanu &
Nikhil attire If you believed that anarkalis are just for ladies then this appearance will get you thinking. Our model Sumit Singh is using a black anarkali kurta with a pair of white pants. His clothing has been additional spruced up with a colourful embroidered stole. As he struts on the street using this intricate piece, the gust of wind billows his anarkali and includes to his swag.
The experimental cape bandhgalas
Design Mayank Bajpai in Khanijo Our design Mayank Bajpai is using a silk tweed cape bandhgala with silk pants. Red on red might have been a complicated want to pull off, but the cut is flattering and just impeccable here. Those black leather shoes with tassels are just contributing to the look.
Design Pradeep Kadyan in Mint Blush by Sahil, Aamir and
Shazmeen Dhotis are trending from runway to street and this conventional Indian garb has got an improvement. Our design Pradeep Kadyan is using a blue cotton silk dhoti with neon green Nehru coat and a white brief kurta. The pop colours make this look uber-trendy.
And if you ain't in a state of mind to experiment and go basic, you can still make a statement by picking a printed kurta however teaming it with cowl pants rather of chudidaars or patialas. Our design Pradeep Kadyan reveals exactly ways to look dashing here.
Principle and styling: Akshay Kaushal
Attires: Shantanu & & Nikhil, Khanijo, Mint Blush by Sahil, Aamir and Shazmeen;
Hairstyle: Truefitt and Hill