Slowly and steadily, Ayushmann Khurrana has made his mark in the industry as an actor who is not afraid to take risks when it comes to his movie roles. With each role, he tries to challenge the notions of masculinity that plague society, like his role in Bala (2019), where he played the vain lead character who starts losing his hair prematurely.
Much like his onscreen personas, his offscreen style is also something that rarely stays ordinary. Khurrana, along with his stylist Isha Bhansali, has managed to create his style personality as someone who is not afraid to experiment with textures and colours, but also firmly remains understated. Some of his favourite designers include Arjun Kilachand, Manish Malhotra, Divyam Mehta, Shantnu & Nikhil, and Kunal Rawal.
This is especially true when it comes to his ethnic style. While he sticks to a neutral palette, aside from an odd red or pink here and there, the actor manages to play around with asymmetrical hemlines, structured layers, and metallic surface textures.
Take, for instance, his recent outfit for the Diwali party he threw in Chandigarh. The actor paired a short black kurta by Arjun Kilachand, which had gold diagonal stripes, with a cashmere stole and black bottoms.
On his more experimental side, there’s the outfit he picked to wear onstage while receiving the National Award in 2019. Khurrana wore a well-tailored Shantnu & Nikhil ensemble with an asymmetrical hemline.
If you’re someone who is not fond of an all-out traditional ensemble, Khurrana’s wardrobe has an answer for you. The actor regularly goes for Indo-western fusion outfits, like this off-white co-rd set from Antar Agni by Ujjawal Dubey.
So without further ado, here are some of our favourite traditional ensembles from the actor’s wardrobe to inspire you to experiment this wedding season.
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