Diwali is a festival which reminds us of what laughter, cheer and merry-making feel like with family. While this is an amazing chance to indulge in various activities, no one says you cannot do it in style. (Hey, if you can’t look showstopper worthy during these festivities when can you right?)
But wait! Don’t worry, before you work up a storm and fret about putting the perfect attire together, #MrBro is here to help you #MakeYourMove and find the best indo-western attire. This helps you grab eyeballs and get heads turning for all the right reasons.
Waistcoat with churidar/dhoti
Nothing screams indo-western than teaming up a fashionably patterned waistcoat with a matching, single colour dhoti. Pair this with a kurta that comes in a similar colour and you are all set. Matching a kurta with a churidar that comes in a similar shade and a contrasting coloured waistcoat also helps you earn bonus points.
The exquisite jodhpuri suit
A well cut and fitting jodhpuri suit enhanced with the machine or finely crafted hand embroidery is the perfect attire to revel in during the music festivals. Seal this look in place with a pair of Jodhpur shoes and you have the perfect ensemble to rock any party.
Good old white pajamas
While anyone can wear white pajamas, the best part about it is that it looks good on any kind of outfit and occasion. Whether you choose a patterned kurta or a plain one, you know you can look classy and effortless by just teaming this up with white pajamas, the ideal essence of indo-western wear.
A dupatta: the perfect accessory
Donning a contrasting dupatta on a bright kurta is a great way to mix and match colours subtly without looking too over the top. You can team this look with any kind of bottom wear, be it with a pajama, churidar or dhoti, it’s completely your call. So, remember, the next time you feel something is standing in the way of taking your attire to the next level, wrap a dupatta around it.
The poise of an indo-western suit
For an undeniably charming vibe, try the indo-western suit. It is the epitome of blending Indian and western attires since it combines subtle, Indian embroidery work and the cut of a tuxedo perfectly. Finding the right bottom wear for this indo-western suit is not a problem as you can team it with a pajama or even a dhoti.
Nehru jackets make you look effortlessly rich and stylish. This piece of clothing is immensely versatile so you can team it up with jodhpur pants, a patahani kurta or even a good pair of jeans if you want to take up a less formal look.
The Diwali festival is in its truest form — a festival of lights as well as colours. Incorporate a few of these colours into your ensembles with these attires and make art come to life. It’s alright, you can thank #MrBro later.