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A Glimpse of Indian Wear

When we talk about Indian wear we see an image of a woman in a saree and men in Kurta Dhoti. Yes, this our national dress. Haven’t we seen in GK and Social Science books? Well, those pictures tell a lot about our traditional dress. There is probably no girl who hasn’t dreamt of flaunting a saree and you will find not a true Indian without a set kurta in his wardrobe.

Fashion is much related to our tradition. In the clash between modernization and ultra modernization what wins is tradition. Our dressing sense and food habits are largely influenced by foreign culture. But no one can uproot our tradition. A woman still looks prettiest in a saree and bindi and no man can look suaver other than in a kurta pyjama. These traditional clothes are transformed into style statements by celebrities. Young and enthusiastic designers are bringing new looks in old dresses. These designer clothes for men are most saught after sets for multiple occasions. From casual to ceremonies, keep flaunting your collection of designer clothes for men.

People from north western region have a gest for Jaipur suits. To add more pomp, designers are infusing more details to quench the thirst of fashionists. Everytime a new designer suit is launched it is patronized by popular faces. Jodhpuri for men need no special introduction. Young lads who are planning a wedding think of a Jodhpuri for men suit. This royal attire creates an impressive look and charm. A shiny suit with clashing colour bottom wear paired with Kolhapur shoes completes the look. Broach is pinned for more attraction and some carry a gaudy stole. This ceremony specific suit is tailored by artisans who know the value of tradition and taste of the modern generation.

Bold colour suits on shiny materials let you steal the show. Embroidered one with bandhgala style is the most common wedding set for men. Trendy colours like Burgundy, Mehendi, peach, olive are picked up for wedding ceremonies. This smart-looking attire reflects our deep Indian culture and modern cuts and patterns show the creativity of our designers. This mid-length suit comes in three-piece. Some prefer to pair it with a shirt and some pick up a waistcoat. It all depends on the groom who wants to carry it in his style. Embroidered ones look chicer than printed pattern. A golden button placket shines across the suit. Side pockets and one chest pocket are added for convenience. Chest pockets can be adourned with a flower or a classy pocket square.

Materials used are comfortable and sweat thirsty. This keeps your performance up and let’s your skin breath. Anti bacterial properties are another plus of this material. The materials are treated before they are tailored into a fine piece. Check the latest collection of Raghavedra Rathore. Just click on to rathore.com and shop all your wedding needs. For marriage parties and corporate looks RR is incompatible. Their designers are introducing exclusive sets that will suit all occasions. No needs to beat the heat or rain just use your fingers and add garments in your cart. Comfort and ease all at your doorstep.

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