There are never enough prints in a wardrobe. Prints are a fun way to improve your style and set you apart from males who wear solely solid colors.
There are several points to explore, ranging from floral to paisley to abstract. However, this season, add a twist by going all print-on-print. Take a look at our special piece on men’s print-on-print and take style cues from the pros to master it like a pro.
Even if you layer many patterns together, maintain a consistent color tone throughout your ensemble. Mohit Kumar is seen sporting a silk shirt with a Siddhartha Bansal design, along with a printed bomber and heart print flared pants. He is wearing a neckpiece by Bhavya Ramesh Jewelry.
This season, go for patterned jackets. Khanijo’s elephant print outerwear is worn by model Ransher Singh Manhas and is paired with a Pero checkered shirt. Stuart Court sports a Yavi print-on-print style.
How about injecting some personality into your classic kurta? Jenjum’s zebra print co-ord set accomplishes exactly that. The look was created for Richard Rasaily, a model.
This cushion shirt is made of cotton with recycled frayed threads and an oversize cut by Khanijo. It’s paired with a floral-printed blazer and Pero linen trousers. Consider this outfit for a pleasant picnic with your pals and you’ll be the most fashionable of the bunch. Model Nitesh Gupta is seen here rocking this look like a pro.
Another great style to try is the multicolored striped pattern. Digansh Sehgal is donning a Pero style in this photo.