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MAHARAJA DU JOUR - Driven By Curiosity
12 th Jun 2012

Traditional Indian clothing has come into prominence once again. if you notice the trends in fashion industry, you'll realize that modern fashion has taken inspirations from the styling and designing of the bygone eras, the period of royalty, when Maharajas and Ranis used to spend extravagantly on their clothing.

Whatever the royals chose to go in for was reminiscent of splendor and luxury. Sounds like something familiar?

Up-to-date designs that keep to the flare and sartorialism of the original Maharaja is the key.

Nothing is better than heritage considered designs that take the art of dressing like a modern day Maharaja close back to his cultural roots as a reminder of a glorious past.

The Traditional Man Today

Kurta or a Kurta Pajama is a term used to refer to a long loose shirt, the length of which falls below or may be just above the knees of the wearer. Traditionally and primarily worn by men, but today, it has become a unisex dress that both men and women can wear.

Sherwani is a long coat buttoned up to the collar and usually ends below the knee. It adds to the charm and grace of men, especially the taller ones. Indian men spend lavishly on buying the Sherwani Suit for the special occasion of their wedding.

Known as the dress of choice for Kings and Nawabs - the Sherwani is quintessentially Indian, the perfect wedding dress for men. We've gathered a designer range is accentuated by the simplicity, elegant construction and the exquisite attention to detail. discover the Sherwani Collection

Bandhgala's (or the Nehru Jacket) were made famous by the Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. The jacket is fashioned on a Sherwani, but has a more modern look than a traditional Sherwani. An elegantly crafted Bandhgala is a must-have to add a stylish touch to any evening. Style the jacket by combining it with a cravat for an extremely stylishly put together look.

The Turban - Well, turban is tied not for the sake of fashion, but because it has a lot of significance and symbolism. The hair turban is a head attire that basically consists of a long piece of unstitched cloth, which is wrapped around the head... Traditionally.

Discover the Menswear collection - from the Most traditional to the fashion contemporary design, that remains quintessentially Luxuriously Indian

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