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A Dozen Wedding Trends For The Groom

Why only does the bride need to go for variations in her wedding ?

The tables have turned, the groom is no longer the same old boring wearing beige or gold sherwanis.

Here are some cool new inspirations for all the would-be grooms out there.

1. Quilted Sherwani

Sabyasachi Mukherjee came up with the concept of quilted kurtas and sherwanis for men’s wedding fashion. Ditch the usual sherwanis and opt for the quilted ones this wedding season. Both plain and printed quilted sherwanis are trendy. Rock your wedding sangeet night with a quilted sherwani.

2. Print everywhere

printed sherwani

Prints are currently the rulers of the Indian men’s ethnic wear. You definitely have seen printed sherwanis paired with plain pants and vice versa. But, have you ever thought of pairing printed sherwani with printed churidars or pants? Sounds interesting, right? Go for a matching printed set and let ladies fall for you.

3. Kamarbandh

A broad strap usually made of the same fabric as the outfit, an accessory, a Kamar bandh gives a  belt-like look to the outfit. This year pre-draped kamarbandhs, that are already attached to the sherwanis are gaining prominence. This saves you the hassle of fixing it every time and also keeps your dupatta in place. To make it more appealing, add a brooch to it.

4. Floral Prints

Floral prints are nothing new. But it is new on men’s traditional wear, something very interesting and appealing. Floral threadwork embroidery is also gaining prominence. In case you don’t want to go overboard with floral prints, you can choose dark floral printed pants to pair up with plain kurta for your mehndi or reception look.

5. Turbans stand out

Turban or safa is something without which no Indian wedding is complete. If you are bored with the red and orange-colored turbans, take a break from them this season and choose statement turbans. You can also go for floral and lehriya printed turbans, which can either be matching to your outfit or a contrast.

6. Layered Necklace

To complete your look, you can choose a layered necklace to go with it. Layered necklaces are available in both small and large pearls or beads. You can choose two-layered necklaces, one long and one short. 7.

7. Antique Shawl

Shawls and dupattas are not only for women or brides. It is making its place in the fashion industry. Have you drooled over Virat’s reception look? Even he was spotted wearing a black sherwani paired with an antique shawl at his reception. Antique pashmina shawls paired with a plain kurta is a trending fashion this wedding season.

8. Draping Style

Usually, drapes are better seen with Patiala Salwars but since the las few wedding seasons, drape style kurtas are making their place in the field. Drape kurtas can be best paired with bandhgalas or bandi.

9. Slim pants

It’s been a long time that you’ve been stuck to churidars and salwar paired with sherwanis and kurtas, think of something new this time. Straight fit slim pants are ruling the runways. Instead of jootis you can also opt for oxford shoes to give yourself an indo-western look.

10. Trendy color palette

Choose sherwanis in off-beat colors- grey, peach, mint green, mauve and other such colors for a subtle look. Classics are also cool- wine, teal, antique gold, white, etc. 

11. Tuxedos

For your cocktail party, western clothing like Tuxedo suits, 3-piece suits, classic draped suits, Vest coats, and other western outfits are a must. As far as the colors are concerned, go for velvet dark green, midnight blue, burgundy and black among the hottest colors.

12. Twin with your bride

The trend is to match your wedding outfit with the bridal. You can go for color coordination, match safas or shawls with the dupatta or match prints of your wedding outfits, even you can match your jacket with her skirt. 

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