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Our Top 5 Durga Puja Outfit Ideas

Our Top 5 Durga Puja Outfit Ideas
The wave of festivals and weddings is set to hit soon and like every year, outfits are being planned and curated in every household. Although this year has faced subdued celebrations so far, virtual parties and get-togethers have taken over – giving everyone a chance to stay safe and yet look their best as they do so. With Durga Puja around the corner, some people might find themselves rummaging through their wardrobes and struggling to come up with different outfits for the upcoming auspicious days.
Fret not, we bring some modern outfit ideas that you can easily work around with to make 2020 a little less grim than what it has been so far.

Draped Kurtas add a touch of class to any young man’s outfit. The closed neck and muted shades pull the look together making it more modern and appropriate for the Puja, while asymmetric cuts add the fun element. These Kurtas are created with a variety of fabrics including Chanderi silk, cotton, and linen. As most of these designs come with overlapping flaps, side plackets, and side buttons, they effortlessly make your physique look leaner and fitter. Don’t be hesitant to team a fitted draped Kurta with the classic dhoti, so you can exude traditional Bengali vibes through the Puja.

A Kurta with an attached stole is bound to instantly amplify your look. Created out of block prints and raw silk, the Kurta will steal the show without you having to go through the struggles of accessorising. If you want your outfit to be both minimal and royal, opt for a Divyam Mehta Kurta set that is designed with Chinese collars and comes with a silk self-fabric jacket that has an attached shibori stole.

Feel free to try out different styles when it comes to carrying a stole. For example, you can get yourself a Kurta set with a detached stole that can be wrapped around your the collars or shoulders as per your comfort and preference. Be sure to pair your stoles with slim fit Kurtas, so the layers can further stand out.

Jackets can be used to experiment with in several ways, including the classics – Bandi and Nehru jackets. If you want an airy look that also gives you the flexibility of movement to help around during the puja, look for an open Nehru jacket packed with prints and embroidery. Besides giving you a relaxed fit, these jackets add a chic element to a traditional outfit. They also bring a dash of colour to a relatively simple outfit.

Alternatively, if you’re more comfortable donning the traditional closed-buttoned Nehru jacket, choose the ones with fresher design details such as uneven buttoning or shapes that mimic double-breasted blazers. You might also find pieces where designers have hidden the button details altogether and let the embroidery or prints shine through, such as the Guldasta jacket by Rajat Suri.

From Payal Singhal’s experimentation with garden prints to Qbik’s printed Pathani suits, patterns have been reinvented to fit more occasions than just daytime Mehendi functions. If you’re just looking to add a bit of color to your home celebrations without the extra layers, the Aziz Kurta Set will give you just that. If you want to take your outfit up a notch, get your hands on the silk printed Grey Printed Sherwani by SHM. The fitting and color palette makes this piece a perfect choice for evening pujas. Pair it up with Pathani pants to add volume and boldness to the entire outfit.

All of the above options are available on our website as part of Dapper’s stellar selection of outfits and designers. Our collection is carefully curated to be diverse as well as trending, so you can find a one-stop platform to pick an outfit, regardless of the occasion. If you want any assistance regarding designs and availabilities, feel free to reach out to us via our website or visit us at our flagship store in Kolkata.

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