Groom’s Insights: Indian Wedding Fashion Outfits to Enlist

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Groom’s Insights: Indian Wedding Fashion Outfits to Enlist 

Planning for an Indian wedding can be daunting, but at the same time, the process is joyful too. You need to consider every detail. From planning a complete Indian wedding to getting all your fashion outfits sorted that come into play in ceremonies, every step needs to be synced to turn your wedding dream into a dream goal.   We always see a lot of focus given to the brides while the grooms are played in second fiddle. Why should only brides have all the fun? In this blog, the fashion for pre-wedding festivities revolves around the groom’s attire. From the selection of Sherwani designs to styling different kinds of menswear, everything comes down to playing the inner sartorialist, decor stylist, and accepting a list of I Do’s. When you look at the Bollywood wedding diaries, like Ranveer and Deepika or actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas and singer Nick Jonas, these A-listers exchanged vows in an intimate palace wedding in India. From mehendi to sangeet ceremony, he embraced Indian ethnic wear by donning an embroidered cotton kurta and churidar pants to performing dance in jewel toned silk sherwani jacket with a matching kurta set, respectively. You can also get inspired by Bollywood’s grooms wear diaries by adding these outfits to your wedding cart list, like the ones mentioned below:

 

Ode to Traditional Kurtas  

Kurtas for men are often favored for all kinds of Indian weddings. Made with varied kinds of fabrics ranging from cotton to silk, it has the potential to be combined with sherwanis of varied kinds. Traditionally, people opt for full-sleeved kurtas, but you see these designers have been experimenting with length and designs to give a more modern look. They love playing with prints and solid colors for AM’s festivities and PM’s soirees.

Elegance-exuding Nehru Jackets  

Wedding outfits for grooms just end up opting for embroidered sherwanis or printed kurtas. There are Nehru jackets or bundis tailored by designers who love experimenting with varied types of fashion pieces that they want to craft for the groom. These outfits can be worn in many ways; they can either be mixed with or matched with kurtas of your choice.  

The name of this outfit is inspired by the Nehru jacket (named after former Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru), a hip-length fitted coat with a mandarin collar that is available in a range of designs, colors, textures, and embroidery. It may be worn over a contrasting design or a kurta that has a subdued tint. You may wear a solid color over a bold graphic or go tone-on-tone.

 

Artisanal Elite Selection of Bandhgalas  

Bandhgala is India’s formal suit, often known as the eastern tuxedo, that features a structured, closed-collar jacket that can be worn along with the kurtas for a slick look. It is seen that bandhgalas are a favorite choice for grooms for events like wedding ceremonies like mehendi, sangeet, reception, and more. This outfit flickers out the royal side of the wearer’s personality, making it a winning choice for the rest of the wedding ritual ceremony. To accessorize this sangeet look, you can also add a string of gemstones to elevate the traditional ethnic look.

 

Wedding-gramme Sherwani for All Grooms  

A sherwani is a button-down knee-length jacket worn over a kurta and coupled with churidar or salwar (flared pants), and it is most worn by men during wedding ceremonies. You may choose between textured and basic-suiting fabrics, as well as decorations and embroidery. This year’s wedding classic pieces are crafted and dyed in fashion’s most alluring color, pink. A beautiful sherwani is worn over a delicate pastel kurta and slender slacks, with a draped dupatta (stole) to accentuate the look.

 

Accessories must be considered.  

There is a set of customary additions that grooms and brides-to-be must wear to Indian weddings. Depending on the type of community you belong to and the traditional rituals you must follow, the outfit needs to fit all the boundaries. The kilangi, also known as the bejewelled ornament, can be added to the turban of the groom on the wedding day. They are often encrusted with diamonds or gemstones to radiate the brilliance and elegance of Indian tradition exuded through the groom’s attire. 

You must have seen that some grooms put diamonds on their Sherwani jackets or rings. Some even opt for mojaris and juttis, which are the footwear that complement the attire. So, I hope this blog made you understand what you can play around with when you must plan for the outfits for the groom’s section or your friend’s wedding. This blog will not fail you with the ideas that you want to mix and match with Indian tradition and what fashion must provide.





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