Most men’s wardrobes are filled with blues, black and greys. The general perception is that certain colours are not masculine, so men try to stay away from them. If you too are one of them, then it’s time you reconsider your notion!
Of course, you can pull off neutral tones such as white, shades of blue, brown, grey and black. But these colours will never make you stand out! From models to celebrities to sportsmen, everyone is embracing colour to add some vibrancy to their look, so don’t keep away from this rising trend. Embrace Men’s ethnic wear designs in all its vibrancy this season. Here is a list of colours that you should experiment with in your ethnic wear:
Pink Is Not Just For Women
Break free from the myth that pink is a feminine colour! Pink is a warm colour that looks chirpy, fun and elegant. There are different shades of pink, such as shocking, bold, dusty and baby pink; you just need to find the right shade for you. Ethnic dress for men such as pink kurtas, sherwanis, pyjamas and Nehru jackets look youthful and trendy and are perfect for day events. A versatile colour, it can be teamed with colours such as brown, beige, blue, white or olive-green. For a twist, you can also wear pink bottoms with an embroidered white kurta. You can create a statement by wearing a pocket square with a white bandhgal.
Find A Shade For Every Complexion With Orange
Orange is a bright and cheerful colour. While darker shades of orange give your outfit a burnt and rugged look, an element of vibrant orange can make your outfit pop out. This bright colour goes really well with grey and navy blue. If you want to play it safe, you can wear an orange kurta with straight-fit white chudidar pants but try a combination of orange kurta with a grey dhoti for an occasion- you’re sure to stand out! If you’re looking for the right shade of the colour, look for rusty orange if you have a pale complexion, but shades of coral if you have a darker skin tone.
A Tinge Of Purple Makes An Outfit Perfect
Purple goes well with men’s ethnic wear designs in all shades of blue, including cobalt and teal. However, while adding purple to your outfit, remember not to go all out by dressing in purple from head to toe. Instead, balance the shade with contrasting shades. Purple sherwanis and kurtas can be combined with chudidars in neutral colours. You can choose from the different shades of purple, such as soft mauve or deep wine. If you want to look royal and create a style statement, a dark purple Nehru Jacket is all you need.
Light Up The Room With Sunny Yellow
While yellow is known as a bright, sunny colour, it has different shades such as canary yellow, mustard and gold that can suit men very well. Yellow kurta or pyjamas paired with white creates a chic look. Yellow also goes well with all shades of blue, black, grey, brown, khaki and olive green. If you want to create a statement, wear yellow morjaris or shoes with your outfit.
Play with colours without any limitations and add a fun element to men’s ethnic wear designs. And always remember that you are never too to experiment with colour! Visit Shoppers Stop online or their retail store for a range of designer ethnic wear for men.
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