It’s that time of the year again! If you’re giddy from all the firecrackers you’re smelling, we are talking about Diwali which is here to fill our life with light and love. Well, that and lots of glamour thanks to the shopping spree that is somehow warranted with the arrival of the festival. But hey, we are not complaining. Well-dressed peeps, looking as LIT as the fiesta, what’s not to like? However, it is not easy to strut the best fashion foot ahead, especially for men who could feel a little lost amidst all the best that is reserved for the ladies. But guess it’s a good thing that we have our fave Bollywood stars to look up to and learn/steal a hack or two from.
Yes, this Diwali let B-town hunks like Rajkummar Rao, Ranveer Singh help you get festival-ready. Be it the office party or the taash party at a pal’s, dear men, this your chance to shine. So, shall we?
Now that’s how you dazzle your way through and out. Rajkummar Rao’s shimmery sherwani in midnight blue should be your go-to style for Diwali parties TBH. Be it a taash party or a glittery bash, bold hues work wonders, and this is how! Also, don’t forget to pair your outfit with a matching pair of juttis like Raj.
Swagster Ranveer Singh is the OG fashionista and if there’s anything you can borrow from him let it be his ease to wear anything and step out with confidence. That and his acumen to mix and match like this embellished jacket-mute pant-silver shoe combo. You can give the hat a miss but if you’re looking to give ethnic wear a modern spin, look no further.
This simple black kurta that Kartik Aaryan has worn might look understated but actually speaks volumes of effortless charm. It is also a great save for the non-fussy ones who do not want to think a lot about their outfit. Find a matching churidar or jeans and you’re good to go.
If you plan on wearing bright colours, pairing it with white bottoms like Sidharth Malhotra is a really lucrative option. The white will not only bring out the colour but will also sit well in contrast. If you’re planning to add a royal touch to your entire ensemble, fix up a nice brooch and nice tan shoes.
Another classic way to retell layers is bandhgalas. Be it kurtas or waistcoats, you can glide your way into any gathering with an all-white ensemble and then stand out with an embroidered jacket in blue. Sooraj Pancholi wore it with black shoes but you can slap them with slip-ons and mojris.
So, did you make your mind? Let us know your thoughts on @bollywood_life.