Importance of Men's Accessories on Traditional Indian Clothing
Even if you wear a plain kurta and dhoti or a sherwani for a festive event or wedding, a traditional accessory is necessary to add some pizzazz. At Manyavar, we understand the importance of men's accessories in accordance with traditional Indian clothing, and this has resulted in a refined range of men's traditional accessories—an essential part of an ensemble that cannot go unnoticed. Specially designed to add lustre and complement your traditional ensemble, our men's accessories online are your perfect companion for a festive occasion, puja, or wedding.
Types of Traditional Accessories available for Men
Manyavar is home to an exclusive range of Indian accessories. From safas and shawls to brooches and malas, we have it all!
The traditional turban known for its noble appearance is available in many colours, adorned with motifs, and is an absolute must-have for Indian weddings.
Adding a fine drape on the shoulder in a colour that matches or contrasts the sherwani and kurta pajamas.
Brooch & Kilangi:
An exquisite stone-studded brooch adds panache to suits and sherwanis. A kilangi with a beautiful feather attached to the top and fine Meena and Kundan stones radiate élan and elegance when added to wedding ensembles. These versatile pieces come in interesting shapes, designs, and colours.
A coloured or printed pocket square, fitting snugly in the pocket, enhances traditional and Indo-Western outfits in unimaginable ways.
You can also pick from our line-up of elegant beaded malas and richly embellished kamarbandhs to enhance traditional ensembles.
Tips to pair the right accessories with the outfit for a complete look
Let Manyavar's collection of Indian accessories do all the heavy lifting to get you a dapper look.
Men's Accessories for Weddings
The groom, his squad, and the bridal couple's male family members can wear elegant safas as the wedding procession headgear. A sparkly mala and embellished kamarbandh can take the groom's wedding ensemble to another level. Likewise, kilangis, brooches, and bandannas can adorn the outfits of other family members and friends.
Men's Accessories for Festive Occasions
A plain kurta pajama can turn appealing with a printed pocket square. Men can add a shiny brooch to a kurta jacket set for a housewarming puja, Eid feast, or Diwali party. A lightweight printed bandanna also complements kurta pajamas for a small festive gathering.
Buy Exclusive Indian Modern Accessories for Men Online
Manyavar takes pride in presenting an elegant assemblage of traditional men's accessories for you to choose from. Whatever your style requirements may be, we are here to deliver! So, head over to Manyavar and buy men's accessories that radiate instant élan and elegance.
FAQs on Men's Accessories
Can multiple Accessories be paired together?
Multiple accessories can complement each other when teamed together the right way. For instance, a groom can incorporate a safa, mala, kamarbandh, and kilangi to adorn his sherwani. Likewise, a family member could accessorise with a safa, kilangi, and bandanna. Further, the best man could add more charm to his look with a brooch and pocket square.
Can Men's Accessories be worn on formal occasions?
Men's accessories can be worn on formal occasions such as wedding receptions. Some popular accessories are safas, brooches, and pocket squares.
How to take care of your Traditional Men's Accessories?
Always store men's accessories in good-quality accessory boxes, in separate compartments. This prevents metals used in brooches, kilangis, and malas from affecting one another and keeps them from entangling. Accessories made of cloth, such as safas and bandannas, must be dry-cleaned, ironed, and hung in a wardrobe to maintain the quality.
What traditional accessories do men buy most?
Some of the most bought traditional accessories for men include brooches and pocket squares suitable for sherwanis and kurta pajamas.