Ethnic Ensembles for Men

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These days, it’s not just the bride who wishes to look her best on her wedding. Yes, the men are not far behind! Grooms today spend as much time as their beloveds in finding the perfect ensemble for not just the wedding, but for every function leading to it, and even after - Haldi, Mehendi/Sangeet, bachelor’s party, and reception. 

A sherwani is a classic example of style and splendour and offers a regal look to grooms at an Indian wedding. It is usually paired with a stole, bandhani pagri and mojris. While Sherwanis are the most preferred traditional outfits for grooms, we want to tell you that your choice is not limited to just that. Read along to find out how to add a twist to this royal attire. If you still want to keep it simple, it’s your choice. After all, it’s your wedding!

1. Western Suits - What is really gaining popularity these days on the wedding-attire-for-the-groom front is a Western Suit. A Western Suit is essentially a knee-length kurta paired with trousers, hence the name. It is a western take on a sherwani, per se. While most grooms pair this with straight-cut pants, some grooms are taking it up a notch by pairing it with a patiala. 

2. Nehru Jackets - A Nehru Jacket goes a long way to add that little extra to an otherwise normal kurta pyjama. Even something as plain as a white kurta-pyjama set can suddenly turn into an eye-catching ensemble by pairing with a Nehru Jacket. You can even wear them on top of short kurta and jeans and add a distinct style to your attire.  

3. Classic Sherwanis - There’s something about a man in a Sherwani. For an Indian groom, a Sherwani is the most popular dressing option that signifies style and elegance. The Indian equivalent of a suit, Sherwani is quite similar to a coat, but it is long and is usually worn over a churidar. 

Following are some things that need to be paid attention to when buying your ethnic ensembles. 

  • Material - Wedding Sherwanis look elite when made from silk, brocade and other high end fabrics. Compromising on the fabric of the Sherwani is a strict ‘no’, as it has to be worn for long hours.
  • Longevity - Usually it is impossible to wear one’s wedding outfits after marriage. Choosing a Sherwani that solves the purpose of a being a rich, classy and comfortable attire and can be worn in the future is a smart choice.
  • Budget - Needless to say, make sure that you decide and stick to a budget when purchasing your Sherwani. This ensures value for money.
  • Fit - Opting for elaborate designs? Make sure to choose a cut that flatters you. Also, check if the outfit complements with the bride’s ensemble.

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