Olive Is The New Black

With the end of New York Fashion Week, it's safe to say that Fall is officially here. As we start to switch up our wardrobes and de-summer our closets, there's one colour that should be replacing all of your bright pieces: Olive. No, we're not referring to the delicious, salty staple of any good charcuterie board, we're talking about that rich, green colour you'll be seeing all over the runways, red carpets and sidewalks. Celebrities from Ryan Gosling to Crazy Rich Asians' Henry Golding have been incorporating the colour into their red carpet style throughout film festivals and their respective movie premiers. And if it works for a pant and jacket, then why can't it work for a men's designer ethnic wear suit?

Olive can be a great transitional piece between seasons—especially when you're tiring of black and other mainstays—and adds some variation to any basic outfit. Plus, it's a great colour on anyone. The subtle warmth to the tone ensures your ethnic wear piece *looks* sophisticated and luxurious, even if it's at a lower price point.

The best part? While it may *seem* restrictive, olive is a surprisingly versatile colour! Pair it with a gold modi jacket or black short kurta for a unique look.

Not ready to go *full* green this season? Then switch up your usual black on black look for something lighter—beige or cream. While we usually associate this colour with spring or summer, you don't have to be attending a garden party to rock it. Look for creams or beiges with undertones of gold. Not only will the colour bring some warmth to your overall look, it'll also ensure it's not too summery. Check out our favourite olive and beige men's look, below. All are available exclusively on ShopBollyWear.com!

Olive Green Silk Men's Kurta Pajama with Purple Modi Jacket

Beige and Maroon Men's Embroidered Brocade Sherwani Suit

Elegant Cream Color Men's Dupion Silk Kurta Pajama Set

Men's Dupion Silk Off White and Maroon Sherwani Set

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