1. Playing With The Panels
“It is said that variety is the spice of life”, and the dashing actor Ayushmann Khurana certainly follows the rule. He takes his Indian wear game a notch higher with this simple ash grey kurta that is enhanced in panels. Just a little versatility and a refreshing twist to the classic kurta style, and there you go building up a solid ethnic wear wardrobe like him.
2. Ten On Ten For The Fusion
The star not only arrests many hearts with his cute candy looks but also by holding on to some smart fashion sensibilities. The ethnic yet contemporary navy blue and white overlapping achkan dress sported by the actor defines his strong fashion sense and powerful style statement. Be it a ritual, festival, or social gathering, a fun and fabulous element with clean detailing is what he looks for. A high-low men’s fusion attire with a belt reflects his extremely cool quotient.
3. As Dreamy As Possible In Pink
The pink sported by the fashion-forward actor has our heart’s vote. Spruce up your ethnic style like Ayushmann who rocks the feminine pink colored jacket and cowl kurta look with pajamas and sneakers. Adding to the impressive look are his own swag, attitude, and the watch. We bet none can say ethnic louder, smarter, and quirkier than our fashion hero Ayushmann.
4. Spelling Suave In Stripes
You would love to own this right away for a Navratri festive look. Ayushmann Khurana has embraced the traditional look with super modern elements like geometrical stripes, fusion vibes, and muted tones. Without a doubt, the fusion striped jacket with a kurta and trousers looks like the season’s very fresh and new Indo-western. So guys, are you ready for a similar ethnic frenzy?
5. The Prints On Point
Prints can make a kurta, or a Nehru jacket looks fascinating and a new-age contemporary Indian wear. If you are done with simple, plain, or monotone earthy kurtas, you can pair the same with a funky, fresh, and latest jacket with flower or paisley motifs. Packing a flower power into your wardrobe like the actor will add lots of grace and punk to your festivals. Grooms-to-be can wear the same at their Mehendi and sangeet events.