The festive season is here and that spells colours, celebration and a lot of joy! In addition to the festive prep, hunting for the right festive/ethnic wear for the kids is a task every parent takes up with utmost seriousness. We make sure the colours/patterns aren’t repeated like the previous ones. Accessories are a must- and you try your level best to match the accessories to the outfits.
We love the way the western outfits up the style quotient for our li’lÂ boys, but there’s just nothing that matches up to ethnic wear! From designer kurtas to dhotis, we tell you the best trending festive wear for boys – that’s comfortable and classy!
Watch out for:Â Curious Village is a one stop shop for everything that has you want in your kids’ wardrobe this festive season. With brands like Â Kidology & ISM on board, you will definitely something for your little guy. Avail great discounts on Curious Village with KSP CODE Card!
Website:Â Curious Village
Watch out for:Â Kidology has something for every occasion from designers like Nandita Basu, Ritu Kumar, Gaurav Gupta and more. The wide range for boys ethnic wear ensures that you have plenty of option to choose from. Kurtas and Sherwanis for boys are available in different colours and various looks.
Contact:Â 011 4104 2590
Website:Â Kidology Kids Wear
Watch out for: Â Petit Royal has a stylish ethnic collection for your little boy. Trendy full sleeves Kurtas with appliques and dhotis complete the look. Their collection is elegant and traditional. Made from soft fabric, this collection ensures maximum comfort for your little ones.
Website:Â Petit Royal
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Watch out for:Â Â Nee & Oink’sÂ latest festive collection has this full sleeved kurta with a mandarin collar and matching pyjama with a beautifully embroidered jacket and has won our hearts all over again. Pair this set with pointed shoes or mojarisÂ and your boy is going to rock the ethnic look.
Contact:Â +91 83349 36663
Website:Â Nee & Oink
Watch out for:Â Stylish design and absolute comfort are what makes the latest festive collection from Aabacus perfect. Their exclusive ethnic wear is specially designed for your little one to look his best. Mojadis along with this will complete the traditional look.
Website:Â Aabacus Kids
Watch out for: Your little charmer will be thrilled to flaunt this kurta from Shruti Jalan’s latest festive collection. With solid colours and comfortable cuts, this collection is perfect for special occasions.
Website:Â Shruti Jalan
Watch out for:Â Beautifully crafted and made of soft comfortable fabric, this ethnic collection from Tiber Taber is perfect for your child’s wardrobe. Dress him up during the festivals in one of their outfits and stand back to see how adorable he looks.Â
Website:Â Tiber Taber
Watch out for:Â Their designs are totally inspired by the brightness of festivals and richness of Rajasthani culture, that’s why they have glimpse of leheriya and bandhani . They make garments from 2 years to 12 years and one can see their products on sites like hopscotch ,first cry , also available in Mumbai at Maati craft Powai and one can directly get in touch with them on contact no.
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Watch out for:Â Baby Couture brings to life the Indian traditional styles with traditional mandarin collar bandis on solid collar kurtas and matching pyjamas.Â
Website:Â Baby Couture
Watch out for:Â MAL has its roots in the word MulMul and their collection does a great job of combining the old world charm with modern sensibilities. Your boys will look their best in their collection this year titled, ‘The Pathan Squad’.
Contact:Â 022Â 65294224
Website:Â Mal The Store
Watch out for:Â The collection features comfortable cuts with long kurtas with comfortable churidarpyjamas. They focus on making sure kids are comfortable in the Indian outfits. The trend this year shifts towards medium to solid colour palettes.
Website:Â The Little Stitch
Watch out for:Â Pochampali ushers in the festive season with outfits made from natural cotton fabrics. They believe that the trend is to move away from heavy traditional pieces to lighter easy to wear comfortable outfits.
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