Grooming is an art!
Go ahead and master it.

When was the last time you stepped outside your house, looking as if you've just rolled out of bed. Don't remember? Well, times have changed. Just like women, men are now expected to present themselves with clean style and confidence, in the worlds of both business and pleasure. Researchers found out that men spend 83 minutes a day on personal grooming. On the contrary, women take just 79 minutes. Not at all shocking!

Since with a hectic life, many of us do not have the time to step into a salon or spa, with a proper men's grooming regime, a man can look as if he just stepped out of an expensive day spa. So go ahead, try using some of our simple tips and get ready to make a strong statement!

5 best colours to wear at a wedding

Come wedding season, and the one thing that you need in abundance is clothes. Sherwanis, kurta pyjamas, suits, formal trousers and shirts, the right shoes and the list goes on. Now, with smart planning and correct mixing and matching, you don’t have to fill your cupboard with clothes that you’ll probably need only the next wedding season. Pick the right colours and even if the type of clothing is the same, you’ll always look different and stylish.

Black tie

Suits are usually the preferred reception attire. You can never ever go wrong with a black tie and a smart suit. So, stick to the norm and you are sure to make lasting impression on the bride's girlfriends.

Maroon

Indian obsession with the colour red as a wedding colour is legendary. We'd say tweak that a bit and get a maroon sherwani. The maroon will make you look dashing, young, and will add fire and oomph to your personality.

Yellow

In our research, this colour came as a highly preferred choice and left us surprised. Most men love to dress up in varying shades of yellow. So how about a light yellow kurta with a white satin pyjama? We can imagine this look already and it surely impresses us

Navy blue

This is one colour that suits all men, of all body types and all complexions. Navy blue is always right and will always go, no matter where or when the wedding is held.

Beige

This one is a clear Indian favourite. You should have at least one beige coloured kurta/pyjama or sherwani in your wardrobe. You can wear this one when you are absolutely out of ideas as to what you must wear, and this colour won't leave you disappointed.

Before the next wedding season, stock up on these colours and prepare to make the most of the celebrations.

Source: MensXP