It doesn’t matter whose wearing them or what they look like; height, weight, build, colouring don’t play such an important role or stress initiator as the Western couterparts because the designs are that good. Thousands of years of tailoring knowledge, where you can hardly buy clothes off the rack (unless they are mainstream Western design) and most are customized at home if the shop tailor cannot be afforded. These are people who can hand sew sequins, beading and embroidery on fabric in no time (not to mention other crafts like carpentry and stonemasons). Attention to detail and not being afraid of detail is their forté. When you have that much skill at your fingertips this is what you get – suits where you don’t even notice whose wearing them on first look, they could walk up and down the catwalk by themselves if that were possible. That said on a personal one on one level, men (and a few very dapper women) will get noticed in these and the person looking will be impressed.
Dress to impress with Finesse – cliché but true with style like this. In South and Western Asia key details tend to be the collars/necklines and fabrics/textures, along colour of course.
I noticed that some people call the below styles ‘wedding fashion’ and I can see why as they are so intricate, wedding suits tend to be a bit more traditional though e.g. sherwanis. However it’s personal choice, they are certainly worn for receptions and special occasions as well as just being dressy/smart.
and the above hasn’t even brought the jewellery into the equation yet…
I can look at menswear like this for along time so I don’t do it often but if I had the money I’d customize the sizing and have a wardrobe for myself!