This is from Emraan Rajput.
I have been to formal parties where I was the ONLY one wearing a dhoti so I am pleased to see this collection from Emraan Rajput.
Not sure about the white dhoti, but I think a black dhoti with black exuberant kurta is a very appropriate attire for a formal party.
Just as an aside, a sight of a women in a gorgeous saree accompanied by a man in a tux bothers me just a tad. I understand that fully and I have been guilty of that too. Saree has made a successful transition from an ethnic wear to glamour wear, dhoti has a long ways to go.
Nice to see beautifully designed turbans for men.
Sort of inspires me to write short stories about a crime fighting duo of a turban wearing handsome detective and his pretty saree clad apprentice, where inexplicably they find that everyday, the saree and the turban designs are somewhat coordinated… Hmmm..
OK, it is a poor take off on some stories that I read a long time ago where the dress of the secretary and the tie of the detective was matched.. Bella Roy or something? Anybody remember them?
Does give me an idea of creating some coordinated set of saree, chunri and turban.. I think it will be visually pleasing… Key word here is coordinated, not “matched”. I am NOT going to take two sarees, embellish one of them, take the second saree and make a chunri out of it and from the left over fabric make a turban… no, I am not going to do that…