What Are The Accessories We Need to Wear With Ethnic Wear? 


We Indians are highly obsessed with ethnic wear. Whether it is man or woman, we love to wear ethnic wear on any occasion. Be it sarees, dresses, kurtas, there are so many accessories available in the market that enhance our ethnic look. In this blog, we are going to tell you the name of the accessories that make you dressy and give a royal touch. So, let’s get started. 

Stoles: Call it dupatta or scarf, a wide variety of silk and cotton stoles are available in the market. If you purchase ethnic like Manyavar Kurta and Pajama you already get stole or dupatta, in case if you don’t get it you can purchase from the market that suits your ethnic wear. The reason why we insist you wear a bright colour based stole because it gives you a typical ethnic feel in the festive season.  

Buttons: To accessorize your dress more, you can stitch buttons in your Kurta. Purchase black, brown, golden and silver buttons because they are shiny and look better than other colours. If you have enough money, you can stick diamond buttons in your Kurta. You can also get the metal and hand-crafted wooden button, which looks so stunning on your Kurta. Buttons to make your whole attire royal and rich and enhance your confidence in the gathering. 

Shoes: Shoes are one of the most important accessories. No matter how expensive Manyavar Kurta and pyjama you have worn, if you forget to wear a typical jodhpuri mojari then nothing will work. No shoes, no loafers, and sandals work with Kurta, and pyjama; always wear Jodpuri Mojari and Jutti with Kurta and Pajama. If your attire is plain or has some design, then you can wear Jutti which has heavy embroidery. You can also choose kolhapuri chappals to give a casual look. 

Necklace: There is jewellery designed by the jewellers for the men who want to dorn ethnic wear. Lightweight or a heavyweight stone necklace makes you more dressy and give you a royal look if you are wearing a sherwani then wearing the gems-stone necklace because it takes your dress-up and you out of the crowd and makes you a centre of attraction of the gathering. 

Turban: We Indians love to wear a turban when there is a wedding of our beloved ones like brother or sister. It is a long length of material that wound around your head and gives you an exceptional look. 

Final Say 

There are a wide variety of kurtas designed by fashion companies. Some of them are heavy, whereas some of them are lighter. If you are going to wear a heavy Manyavar Kurta or some other designer kurtas, that contains some embroidery or stonework, then the accessories you need to wear are light. Like, wear a plain light dupatta across the shoulder, an expensive watch, don’t wear jewellery on it because your Kurta is already heavy.

If you are a groom, then you can wear one stone necklace that is designed for the men. If we talk about footwear, then you should wear a mojari which contains some embroidery. You can also wear a turban that not only gives you a perfect groom look but also add swag in your personality as well. Grooms’ friends who are wearing Kurtas can also wear turbans to add swag in their look.