With variety of dresses easily available for girls, mothers always seem to fret on how to bring diversity in their son’s wardrobe and when it comes to party wear the choice seems to narrow down further. To ease your dilemma, we suggest the following suggestions according to which you can dress your prince to the nines.
For birthday parties – If it’s his own birthday, dress your child in a readymade dhoti with matching kurta or a silken Sherwani but change the attire after cake-cutting. With small babies comfort should be the first priority. Cute bodysuits or rompers with animal theme appliques or funny prints and graphics will surely turn heads in the party. For young boys, aged 2-8, sherwanis looks classic but boys being boys, you can’t expect them to sit at one place and not jump around. They might find sherwanis little clumsy to carry around freely .The perfect choice would be pants or jeans, either knee-length or full, and a shirt teamed with a removable jacket or waistcoat, just to add a dash of style.
For outdoor parties- Other than the regular rompers or jumpers, for a cool and casual look try denim dungarees or shorts for the small babies. Also make sure their outfit should have inseam snaps for easy diaper access. If it’s sunny, accessories him with cotton hat and for chilly weather, put a trendy sweater and cute booties. Uber- cool shorts, knee-length capris along with a smart t-shirt or shirt with rolled-up sleeves will not only look trendy but will also make young boys play around freely.
For festivities- Attire is an intricate part of Indian festivals .Whether its Diwali, dandiya or garba nights everyone wants to look at his best. A traditional kurta with pyjama or a readymade dhoti is a perfect blend of ethnicity and style for the apple of your eyes. Ethnic designer outfits made of rich fabric and bright colours add authenticity to the festivities. If kurta is simple, add a classic touch with embroidered jacket or silken dupatta and complete the look with chudidaar pants. A contrast collar also looks stylish with simple kurta.
Other than the above ideas which will sure make him look dapper, it’s the accessories which will compliment your son’s clothes. With western wear, you can add a bowtie, a stylish watch and smart pair of shoes. A duppata in crushed material, Rajasthani jootiyan, and a hand crochet small pagri (turban) will complete the traditional look.