Wedding Style & Fashion for Men
- Wedding Sherwani Designs
Traditional clothing in terms of men’s fashion has come a long way. Earlier, wedding attire for men were restricted to dhoti kurta and kurta-pyjama, but now the picture has changed completely.
Selecting wedding attire is often considered a troublesome job for a groom. Majority of men get cold feet at the thought of shopping for their wedding attire. On the other hand, with changing mindset of urbane men, they have started indulging in their wedding attire shopping. Traditional wedding sherwani qualify to be the best option for the groom’s wedding. With the latest trends in fashion, modern day grooms have developed preference for comfortable clothing with some dash of elegance and sophistication.
What is your favorite attire for wedding occassion?
Weddings have always brought a sense of excitement and thrill for the brides. But today, even grooms feel thrilled with the thought of getting all decked up for their wedding. Nowadays grooms have become aware of new fashion trends and therefore gain equal attention. Indian fashion designers who have excelled in menswear designing believe that for an urban Indian man, there could be nothing more stylish and charming than a wedding sherwani.
Since ages kurta pajama was considered the only ethnic wear attire, whilst with new fashion and trends emerging, sherwani has emerged as the most suitable attire for wedding day to be worn by the groom. Another piece of clothing for groom that has gained popularity recently is called as indo-western sherwani. While a heavily embroidered sherwani is worn for the wedding day, indo-western sherwanis are considered apt for reception ceremony.
Designer sherwanis are stitched in a variety of patterns and designs, styles. Delicate embroidery with beautiful embellishments with sequins and bead work add ounce of royalty to this attire. A bespoke sherwanis are stitched in a variety of fabrics namely velvet, cotton, tussar, silk, crepe. Detailed embellishments in form of kundan, embroidery, cutdana, pearls, beads, zardozi, zari and stone work make a wedding sherwani more stylish and alluring.
Innovative cuts, different styles of collars, stylish sleeves and use of stunning buttons have created many new designs in Indo-western sherwanis. For the wedding sherwani, the uber-cool men opt for lively hues like maroon, red, blue, green, purple, beige, turquoise, and rust while those who want to play safe with colors can opt for white, ivory, light blue, beige, silver, golden and off white.