6 tips to add fashion and style with Men’s Kurta

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With the wedding season back in swing, its time you pull out the ethnic wear. Each wedding celebration includes a string of events and that means more ethnic wear for you! Give your typical kurtas a twist with our list of especially curated ideas.

Do the Drapes: Play with the kurta style by taking a cut that includes a drape at either end. This cowl draped kurta is one of our favourite pieces because the drape is the only twist to an otherwise traditional colour and style!

Cowl Draped Kurta with Nehru jacket

Monotone: Ditch the ideas (and the pain!) to match your Kurta with a suitable jacket, either in contrast or in similar shades. This Ghicha kurta and jacket set is an ideal example of a monotone look that is classic and can never go wrong – no matter what the occasion!

Ghicha Kurta and jacket set

Cute with cuts: Experiment with different cuts that add to your silhouette. This Grey kurta by Poonam Kasera in Dupion Silk is an appropriate example of how a stylish cut can add the right zing to an otherwise boring outfit!

Grey draped Kurta set

OMG Ombre: Don’t leave the ombre tones to the women alone. Choose a masculine shade and go ombre! This colour style allows you to experiment with two to three shades of a single colour or a colour range and adds more glamour to your attire!

Green Kurta and Grey Churidar

Pocket Squares: Are there rules that limit the use of pocket squares to suits? Twist your kurta style with a stylish digitally printed pocket square such as this piece in Twill silk. Don’t opt for the single coloured pocket squares when choosing to pair with monotone kurtas!
Printed Pocket Squares

Add the bling: Jazz up your traditional style with a loop-y brooch such as this piece that’s symbolic of the karma cycle.
Mens Brooch

Add style to your traditional wardrobe and make a strong fashionable statement!

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