Although there are various articles on bridal attire for their D-day, we cannot ignore the fact that now-a-days Indian grooms know how to share the limelight with their brides with an exalted style sense. To all those who have tied the knot last year, you’re possibly going to be inflamed with resentment as 2017 will be the year where grooms will be in focus. Brides might ultimately steal the show but will definitely have a vigorous competition from their better half’s as they have gotten exceptionally stylish, conscious and more sartorially experimental than ever before about their wedding outfits.
Indian men have an instinctive raw glimpse that blends well with everything they deck-up in but to compliment their sharp features and personality they must go for something that brings out their natural charm. An Indian groom’s outfit is dressier and has more options than his western counterparts, who are mostly spotted in a standard tuxedo. Grooms here have the convenience to coordinate colors, choose silhouettes, wear prints and go flamboyant all the way, if they want to. They can choose from a plethora of options like the traditional sherwanis, kurta-pyjama, dhoti kurta, indo-western suits, Jodhpuri Bandhgalas, riding breeches or even classic three piece suit. The modern groom is open to experimental looks and ready to change their image.
Most grooms are in a dubious state as to what one should wear in other events that surround the wedding and not go overboard to have an impressive appearance on the wedding day. Certain looks that fuse well for particular functions like for bachelor party- an embroidered waist coat with a shirt and trousers or an ethnic blazer with a basic black t-shirt and denims. The cocktail outfit can be with a bold and edgy twist from geometric to retro prints that make a statement. The puja is generally a daytime function in which a short embroidered kurta with a printed or jute finish Nehru jacket and trousers is perfect for the carefree groom. The sangeet function can be a bandhgala in a bright shade with surface ornamentation paired with a cool patiala that will definitely gauge attention for those with a classy taste.
The wedding ensemble means to save the best attire for that day. Sherwani is a classic with a traditional aura for Indian grooms and has a range from the timeless colors of creams and beige to trendy colors and prints. Heavily embellished sherwanis are being paired with neutral churidars. On the other hand the churidars are reversing roles with embroidery or prints against a minimalist sherwani top. The silhouettes of modern sherwanis are also getting edgier with elaborate layers. The grooms are opting for a regal view by highlighting their sherwanis with exquisite brooches and tiered necklaces or going for a sleek contemporary look.
As with Reception outfits, grooms-wear goes through definite trends over time. In the last couple of years the general trend has been towards more informal and individual trends in grooms wear. Choosing the right attire for your reception has to be a combination of individual taste, time of day and style of wedding. Variations and edgy treatments to the western classic three piece suit is a popular choice in India especially for the reception party.
Indian groom’s outfit options are increasing day by day demonstrating that men are equally cognizant of their appearance. Whether you prefer timeless attires or outfits with an element of surprise, the modern style trends are catering to all sensibilities. Get these style trends with us and you will certainly turn out as a dapper Indian Groom on your wedding day.