Here Are Go-To Outfits Men Can Never Go Wrong With


Men’s fashion in India is yet to evolve. There are still some men who are afraid to experiment with their outfits. However, there are some basic outfits that everyone loves to wear. These outfits look fabulous even if you wear them many times and make you look the best. One can never go wrong with these outfits.

Even if you are someone who is fashionable and likes to experiment, there are days where you just would like to go for a more tried and tested look. So here is a list of these outfits you can refer from.

The go-to slim fit black suit

A simple black suit is a wardrobe essential. And not just for weddings but there are many occasions you will need a black suit for. You can wear it for your business meetings or formal celebrations.

White shirt, Denim and Brown shoes

The most basic combination is a blue denim and white shirt and it is a reliable combination. One can never go wrong with this outfit and makes you look effortlessly perfect. It can be worn for any casual occasion to even a semi-formal occasion.

Blue denim shirt and beige chinos

This attire can be worn for a club night or the casual get together. Denim is simply stylish.

Patterned Shirt with Camel Shade Shorts

For relaxed holiday or a weekend getaway even, you would rather prefer something like shorts, topped with a patterned shirt. It is a very comfy yet stylish look and for once relaxing to ditch the jeans and pants.

Blue Pants, White Shirt, and Beige Blazer

For evening parties and dinners, something formal like this will give you the perfect look to stand out. The blazer is something that can add instant class to your attire.

Beige Subtle Lucknowi Design Kurta Pyjama

For pooja and other major festivities, you have to wear traditional ethnic wears. And you can totally rely on basic simple kurta pajama which is hardly fancy but very elegant.

Off White Bandh Gala Sherwani

One can never go wrong with this outfit for any kind of wedding occasion. You will look snazzy and classy with a knee-length sherwani.

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