How to Style Men’s Indian Wedding Sherwani!
We know that every groom would love to make a style statement at their wedding with attire that matches up to the splendor of the bride’s beauty quotient. These days the Indian grooms don’t hesitate to experiment with their outfits, from bright sherwanis to even brighter Safa’s. The brides Lehenga has become ever so much grandeur and is looked upon as an iconic piece of art, so it becomes ever so important that the next most talked about thing in the wedding, the grooms Sherwani really stands out, as it reflects his personality and aura.
There are many options to choose from this festive season, but having expert advice really helps to save time and stay head with the fashion quotient.
The designer and creative team of Mahavir Collections gives us top 6 best tips on how to style the sherwani this season.
The evolving trends in men’s ethnic wear with add-ons have changed the way Sherwanis are worn these days.
Style Tip – 1 To start with the very basics the sherwani needs to be paired with a complementing lower. A stylish churidars or a fluffy dhoti which are the most desirable of them all. A Sherwani falling below the knee can be teamed with a contrasting churidar pyjama or a pair of jodhpuris. Whereas a shorter sherwani makes for a classic combination with the Indian traditional style dhoti, giving you the royal look that is unbeatable by any other Indian wedding attire.
Style Tip – 2 Colour is not a limitation anymore but a blessing in disguise, Grooms are not afraid to experiment and wish to look the best as per their wedding theme. Although Golden, Maroon and Off white are the colors that have ruled the Sherwani world, colors such as Blue, Orange, Pink have become the talking point in town.
Style Tip – 3 Lush fabrics like velvet or brocade have been in, however, if you want to keep the look elegant and contemporary, then cotton-silk is the answer. Paired with a pearl mala and broach can really set the temperature soaring.
Style Tip – 4 Found in many colours, patterns and fabrics with intricate work, the Safas can range from a vibrant fuchsia to red and sometimes an elaborately embellished one too. Matched with a beautiful feather kilangi with a precious gem on it, surely will keep the guests flattering on you.
Style Tip – 5 Zardozi embroidery and collar design work to create an outfit fit for the king. Take your pick by choosing what is most comfortable and what will complement the bridal attire the best. Choose the dupatta in a rich fabric like silk with minimal embellishments if your sherwani is already busy with lots of design. Wear it over one shoulder or drape it around the neck for an elegant look.
Style Tip -6 The Mojris play a vital role in the wedding as it is not just for the groom to roam around in, but to be stolen by the bride’s sisters. Handcrafted footwear with embroidery will help you complete the look. Pick a well-crafted pair in a dark or light color to contrast well against your lower, with a pointer to give the royal feel.