Indian wedding dress ideas for groom getting married in Summers

by Vikram Sharma Textile designer

So you're about to become a groom! Are you as excited about the summer heat as you should be? Summer's scorching heat is a real concern for all those getting married this wedding season! When it comes to different types of wedding attire, brides have an advantage over grooms. Fabrics can also be used to experiment with women's wedding attire. Men, on the other hand, cannot wear their typical office linens to any of their wedding functions. Now, don’t get disheartened! Today, we'll give you some wedding outfit ideas that will keep you cool and comfortable during your summer wedding. So, what should you wear to a summer wedding? Continue reading to learn more!

Tips to Stay Cool

Did you think you'd be able to avoid wedding planning? That's not going to happen! You, too, need to sit down with your friends and relatives or a design expert to come up with the best outfits for your summer wedding and related functions, just like your bride. Here are a few things to think about while you're at it!

Indian Wedding Dress Ideas for Men in Summer

Stay traditional: 

In the summer, traditional Indian clothing is always preferable to semi-western or western clothing. This is due to the fact that Indian fashion allows for loose fits and cuts. When loose fits are used in Indo-western or Western outfits, they give off a "casual" vibe, which you want to avoid at your wedding.

Play with Colours: 

A summer wedding allows you to experiment with colours, including bright hues and pastel shades. A pastel blue dupatta or sea green waistcoat over a pair of white kurta pyjamas or south Indian white lungi will not only keep you comfortable but will also be a soothing sight for your friends and relatives at the wedding's morning function.

The Bottom-wear is Crucial: 

Another advantage of Indian outfits is that you can choose bottom wear that allows air circulation, keeping you cool. Trousers, for example, must fit perfectly with western outfits. This maintains a stiff position in your legs. On the other hand, you don't have to wear a tight churidar with Indian outfits like kurtas and sherwanis. You'll look just as good in a pair of wide-bottomed pyjamas as you will in a salwar. Men nowadays also like to wear patialas with their kurtas. So get creative and think of bottom wear that will keep you comfortable while also making you look like the most handsome groom in town!

The Waistcoat: 

At a summer wedding, a waistcoat serves several purposes. First and foremost, it enhances the look of your kurta-pyjama over cotton vest ensemble. In other words, it gets you ready for your wedding without requiring you to put on heavy jackets and coats. Second, you can wear a comfortable cotton kurta underneath a gorgeous waistcoat while still looking and feeling cool.

The Fabric: 

No, you cannot wear your regular cotton or linen clothes to your wedding. However, you can use some discretion when selecting the fabric for your outfits. Make a mental note of all fabrics that are suitable for weddings but do not contain blended or synthetic fibres. Hand-woven, unbleached, natural fabrics such as pure silk, tussar, raw silk, chanderi, jamdani, and others will keep you cool without looking boring.

The Work: 

Some of our grooms may be put off by poky zaree or sequin work on their gowns. This type of work makes the outfit heavier, which adds to the summer discomfort. As a result, we recommend that you select the work on your outfit accordingly. Lucknow chikankari work and pure silk Benarasi brocades are two intricate designs that will make you look and feel cool and classy at the same time.

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