How Can Men Wear Sherwani in The Most Innovative Manner?by Vikram Sharma Textile designer
Men's fashion has advanced tremendously, providing a contemporary style approach to wedding attire. The fashion constraints that men used to face by settling for the classic suit piece have recently been alleviated. The modern designer sherwani has taken over the identity of the gentleman's look for the Indian wedding season, giving the polished men's suit a low acceleration and a steep turn.
Sherwanis worn with dhoti or veshti or south Indian white lungi have proven to be a stylish yet classy piece of the robe that gives you a smart and majestic focus light as you stand out from the crowd of men wearing suit sets. To wear a sherwani correctly, you must select a style that matches your personality and has the correct body measurements.
We'll show you some unique ways to wear your wedding sherwani on your wedding day.
So, men, fasten your coat buttons and enjoy the ride!!!
THE CLASH OF ROYALTY WITH MODERNITY
A simple velvet sherwani in a brilliant English cut with an interesting back pattern and box pleats can be paired with a cotton silk kurta in cream or burgundy and brocade straight cut or churidar bottom teamed with a laced black brogue shoe, a smart watch, and a dull gold safa. There you have it, a fusion style of Indo western sherwani to wear for the occasion.
THE ACTIVE ETHNIC REVIVAL
Consider the style where casuals meet ethnics, resulting in an innovative sporty style fusion. Choose a delicate and simple embroidered velvet or brocade sherwani and pair it with black denim or cream-colored cotton chinos with an ankle fold. Accessorize the look with smart handcrafted slip-on footwear, a wrist watch, and possibly a nicely tied neck scarf or a cotton turban casually tied.
THE MINIMALIST OUTLOOK
Maintain a simple and stylish look by wearing a plain tussar silk or matka silk muted shade sherwani with an off-white chikankari kurta and beige churidar bottom, along with handcrafted mojdi, jooti, or kolhapuri chappal and accessorising with a striking brocade navy blue turban and wrist watch. With this sophisticated look, you can flaunt your sensational sense of style.
THE DRAMATIC APPROACH
The regality of the attire has been given the showman swag by pairing a velvet or silk sherwani adorned with delicate embellishment or applique work and paired with a flared kurta, and further accessorising it with mojdi, jooti, or even brogue shoes, two or three jewel pieces such as finger ring or ear stud, and a smartly tied plain turban.
THE BOLD FOOT FORWARD
Display your sharp personality while your outfit plays your style tune. Go for bold sherwani details such as prints, innovative fabric pleating, or even rich brocade fabric. Jewels should be kept to a minimum because your sherwani should exude bling radiance. While wearing this look, let your quirk speak for itself.
THE PULL OF TRADITIONALITY
Carry your traditional values in your style by wearing a plain silk or brocade sherwani over cotton vest with a straight cut kurta and a contrast smart dhoti bottom, teamed with brogue shoes, a contrast bright pocket square, a vibrant turban, and a classy wristwatch.
THE FIERCE WALK OF STYLE
Show off your strong personality while incorporating a statement that captures the essence of Indian antiquity with a modern twist. Wear a plain minimally detailed sherwani with a cowl patterned kurta for men, churidar bottom, and accessories with a turban and classy lace-up shoes.
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