Fashion for men doesn’t change as quick as it does for women and that is why we find less of men’s wear options compared to the options available for the women. Every time men go for wedding shopping they find the same old colors and same old patterns which is a big reason why men don’t like wedding shopping. But I promise that after this blog a lot of guys would want to step out and actually enjoying shopping. I’m going to show you some of the classiest bandhgalas that every guy would want to get into!
Floral embroideries are everywhere, womens wear, mens wear, wedding wear and even formal wear. Patches of floral embroideries makes the entire outfit a little more colorful and fun. It’s a good break from the regular, plain bandhgalas. The short length type on the left is perfect for cocktail or any sundowner ceremony while the one of the right is apt for the wedding day.
Patch work is different from embroideries. While embroidery is done directly on the fabric, in the other type a motif like patch is stitched on the top of the garment/fabric. These crisp bandhgalas with patch work to add some embellishment look amazing. Other method of stitching such as pleats and tucks also add extra class to the bandhgala. This is perfect for the groom for the wedding day.
This isn’t the “indo-western” fusion I’m talking about, this is the bandhgala-sherwani fusion. Usually the sherwanis come with a stole and a pajama while the bandhgalas are worn with cigarette pants or trousers. In this type of fusion an embeoridered sherwani is given a bandhgala collar and worn with trousers or cigarette pants. This makes it my favorite mens wear fusion.
This is one of the classiest Indian wear silhouettes for men to style. It makes the neck look leaner and longer and even saves you from the pain of finding a matching shirt, the struggles you face with suits. For further queries or to get styled reach us at STYL-INC.
cover picture courtesy: Cupcake productions
Keep’in it Styl-ish,