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Essential Indian wedding Accessories

The wedding season has already started and there is nothing better than a Big Fat Indian wedding to attend. With all these festivities the one thing that is most important is your clothing. You can look dapper and go the extra mile with your ensemble by adding a few accessories. Here are some tips that will help you to accessorize your wardrobe with the coming festivities.

Modi Jackets

The Modi jacket is a hip-length tailored coat with a mandarin collar worn by men. The best part of the Modi jacket is its versatility; it can be worn to a formal or a casual event. A Modi jacket adds grace to your Indian attire so make sure that you make it a part of your wedding look. You can pair your jacket with either jodhpuri pants or classic dhotis and pyjamas for an ethnic look.

Mojris

Mojris are the perfect match for your Indian attire. You can opt for a patterned design that complements your traditional look. Use a thin cloth or thin brush to remove the dirt off your shoes and let it dry in the sun. When storing your mojris, wrap each shoe in muslin cloth, the cloth will let the material breathe and will retain the shine of the shoes. You can also try pairing your Indian footwear with jeans and a kurta for a more relaxed look when attending a sangeet or mehendi ceremony.

 

Pocket Squares

Pocket squares gained popularity as a fashion statement in the 1900’s. Made of linen, cotton or silk, a pocket square adds sophistication when neatly folded in the right breast pocket of a sherwani or safari. There are various ways to fold them but make sure you don’t make it look bulky. A clean and simple pocket fold can speak volumes and take your ensemble a step ahead.

 

Brooches

Brooches have the ability to make your suit look interesting. A dull-colored suit canbe made more interesting if you attach a simple silver brooch or brooch chain on it. If your suit has intricate designs embroidered on the fabric. Pair a small brooch on your suit to enhance the intricate details around it. You can also wear them on your turban to add a bit of unique style to your outfit.

 

With these wedding essential accessories, you are bound to be well dressed and stand out among the other guests. Do tell us about your #FestiveLook styles in a comment below.

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What to wear at a wedding: The Do’s and Don’ts

The wedding season in India is considered a festival, and rightly so, since it doesn’t fall short of any celebration. From the youngest person in the family to the eldest everyone is a part of this huge celebration. With celebrations being grand, each person wants to look their best and suits are an integral part of the dress code. In this blog, we help you tailor your look for the Indian Wedding along with a few scenarios on how you should or shouldn’t suit up for them:

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