2016 Men’s summer clothes fashion

This summer, it is time to look different from the earlier ones for men. Different and dapper with new summer style statements. This will be a year of men’s summer clothes fashion where they all set to wear the trendy summer wear with the prim designs that will redefine the summer clothing style.

Fashion clothing is not always for women as the trend goes. Men, too, have come out of the closet and are looking forward to join the fashion movement where they can wear clothes that are designed using the rules of summer clothing.

Experimenting with fashion clothing is something that did not exist until a few years back. The seriousness in the colours and patterns has been gradually replaced with casual wear and redesigning the existing ones with new cool designs. The idea is to create a trend of casual clothing for men which do not look shabby. Casual cotton shirts with knee length bermudas are being considered to a short yet casual hot look that can change fashion for men. The shorts should be fitted perfectly at the waist to make men look tidy and not a loose untidy look.

Men's Fashion
Summer fashion Kurta

Men’s ­­­summer clothes fashion should be simple. Since the season demands wearing clothes that keep you comfortable, the options that most men prefer to go are a vest or a T shirt paired with jeans or trousers. These simple T shirts and the vests can look ordinary otherwise but if they are paired with a trendy pair of shorts with patterned shorts and completing the look with a pair of slipper instead of shoes, it can twist the simple look with a trendy look.

To complete the summer look, one can look forward to a sockless fashion trend and wear a pair of boat shoes or the red canvas without the ever essential socks. This can alter the style statement and bring about a trend of fashionable look that is comfortable as well.

For most Indian men, wearing a kurta is about being  loyal to the culture they belong to. However, instead of the usual cotton long length kurta, fashion designers suggest picking up short kurtas that fit the body type with interesting new designs. There are kurtas with some new pocket placements, zippers in place of buttons, and available in shades of green and blue instead of the usual white. There are new variants that the fashion designers are vouching for as part of men’s summer clothes fashion. For example, the wrinkle-free cotton kurtas help to avoid crushing and look tidy, and also to be worn during occasional office events.

Gone are the days, according to fashion experts, when a loose fit Shirt and trousers would look trendy in the summers. This time, it is about shopping for clothes that complement the masculine body type and fit them like a king. If it is about tailored fitting, it will be integral to understand the body type and choose the clothes that fit them properly. Many clothing brands put up descriptors about the different body types and help men look for clothes that would be fitting them ideally.

Summer is about brighter hues and clothes that make you comfortable despite the mercury levels rising up and down. This summer, the classic fashion combinations can be given a trendy twist and men can move a step ahead from the traditional look. For instance, the white cotton shirt can be replaced with a classic polo T shirt that fits well and can be teamed up with blue denims or trousers that fit well around the waist.

This will be a summer of bold style statements for men and not the ones about crisp ironed shirts and grey and black trousers.

National Costume of Asia Region for Men and Women

World is a large place to live in where currently 7.162 billion and from this in India only we have 1.237 billions. All places in asia have different taste of food and costumes.  We are trying to give you a list of clothing used by these asian countries.

Costumes are:

  • Kazakhstan – Chapan
  • India – Dhoti and Lungi, Kurta (male) and Sari (female)
  • Maldives – Dhivehi libaas (women) Sarong, long sleeved white shirt (men)
  • Bhutan – Gho (male) and Kira (female)
  • New Zealand – Maori Flax Skirts
  • Cambodia – Sampot, Apsara, Sabai.
  • Hawaii – Hawaiian Shirt, Hawaiian Skirt
  • Indonesia – Batik, Kebaya (female), Peci hat (male)
  • Malaysia – Baju Melayu (male), Baju Kurung (female), Baju Kebaya (female), Sarong
  • Myanmar – Longyi
  • Tonga – tupenu
  • Philippines – Barong Tagalog (male) and Baro’t saya (female)
  • Thailand – Suea Phra Ratchathan (male) and Thai Chakkri, Thai Boromphiman, Thai Siwalai, Thai Dusit, Thai Chakkraphat, Thai Amarin, Thai Chitlada, Thai Ruean Ton (female), Sampot
  • Nepal – Daura and Suruwal, (male) and Saree, sari, Gunyou Cholo (female)
  • Pakistan – Shalwar Qameez for both men and women.
  • Sri Lanka – Dhoti and Lungi, Sarong, Sari
  • Mongolian deel
  • China – Hanfu, then Qipao and Changshan
  • Japan – Kimono
  • Korea – Hanbok
  • Mongolia – Deel
  • South Asia
  • Bangladesh – Pajama and Panjabi, Kurta/Panjabi (male) and Sari, Salwar Kameez (female)
  • Southeast Asia and Pacific
  • Cambodian sampot
Indian Sarees
Indian Sarees