6 Groom Wear Styles To Go For !
Do not underestimate the excitement and craze that grooms have when it comes to weddings.Today’s Indian Grooms are substantially picky, and just like the brides, are ready to explore different styles and colors for their wedding outfit.Indian men possess an inherent natural raw charisma which adds the perfect essence to whatever they bedeck. Yet, the attire they opt for must highlight this spark of their personality.
So if you are confused or uncertain about your dress, then Worry not! To sort your confusion and to select the best apparel, we have collated the best trending designer groom dresses that you can don on your wedding and be the shining star of the eve.
Sherwani: A Closed Neck Golden Stone Work Sherwani with a Churidhar and a Royal Men’s Dupatta, complimented perfectly with a contrasting Precious Green Stones Kantah or Haar. The color of the stone can be any as long as it contrasts with the outfit color.
3 Piece Suit – An Offbeat Dotted 3 Piece Suit Designer Groom Wear Men perfect for any cocktail party or a reception. A contrasting cufflinks with a bow tie is a perfect match.
Achkan – An Achkan Style Pure White Designer Outfit with Pearl Work and Perfectly matched stones with a touch of the western Pocket Square in Pink Color. A Regal Outfit worth a try!
Classy Designer Casual – An Indo-Western Designer Casual Wear perfect for any small ritual and ceremony. Even Men can do wonders with Red and Golden Color when donned with a Style. Fusion in Style!
Classic Kurta and Pyjama – A Rich Golden Zari and Thread Work Kurta with a Shining Silky Pyjama perfected with a Classic Red Joothi! A Perfect Attire for Sangeeth.
Nehru Kurta : Can just a plain cloth give, that rich look? Definitely YES! Take a look – A full-hand, knee length closed neck Kurta woven in raw silk if pitch perfect for those who do not prefer heavy work. With rich, perfectly sized and stoned buttons and a matching pocket square is every groom’s pick.
Sherwani In Full Swing – A Royal Heavy Zari Worked Sherwani embroidered with perfect contrasting colored thread work, a Kalgi, a Haar and with a simple and elegant Sherwani Dupatta. Why wouldn’t you opt for this when you need a King like look? Akbar in Making!
Whether you wish to try out new outfits or little apprehensive about the same and wish to opt for classic ones, there are a plethora of options for you to choose from. Get out, try out and Opt Out.
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