Tips to Pick a Wedding Sherwani for Indian Groom

by Vikram Sharma Textile designer

There was a time when a wedding was all about the bride and the Groom could get away with wearing something that didn't require a lot of thought and effort. However, with changing times and everyone wanting to look their best, whether the bride or the bridegroom, paying close attention to detail can ensure that the day is one to remember for years to come.

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The importance of looking good:

When choosing a traditional Indian outfit for your wedding, keep in mind that all eyes will be on you, and many people will want to see you looking your best for your big day. For any individual, whether a man or a woman, their wedding day is one of the most important, if not the most important day of their lives, and the fact that the day will be captured in images and video only adds to the pressure. Depending on your guest list, you will have at least a few hundred people staring at you, and making an impression on them will only add to the pressure. If you want to keep your stubble, make sure it's well-trimmed and well-shaped so you look your best.

Tips for the Groom:

One of the most important things to do once you've decided on a wedding date is to choose a venue and begin planning a guest list, but it's also important to start looking for wedding attire ideas. You can get some style ideas by scanning through the newspaper and looking at the celebrities on page 3. One of the go-to options for Indian male celebrities for their big day is to choose a Sherwani over a cotton vest for men, as it not only adds a touch of royalty to their look but also shows that you still value the efforts that you are willing to put in to look your best for your big day.

Follow the theme:

Shopping with friends is common, and one of the best ways to tell who is from the groom's side is to look for a common theme or a color that matches your outfit. If you are the groom and have a close male friend, you can try to get him a sherwani for men that is similar to yours but not as extravagant as yours, because the bride's and guests' eyes must be on you. You should also choose a color that complements the theme of the event, so that you and your outfit do not look out of place, but rather blend in perfectly with the theme of the evening.

Look for options online:

One of the best places to look for a Sherwani and south Indian white lungi or veshti for men is on the internet, where you can not only compare the designs and themes of the outfit but also compare the side of the pattern by side, all from the comfort of your own home. You must consider factors such as material thickness, fall, and the fabric feels to ensure that your Indian outfit looks stunning and will turn heads on your wedding day. You can consult a family member and share designs with friends and colleagues online without having to bring them along to the store and get their opinions and feedback right away, ensuring that you take everything into account when choosing the right outfit.

Consider accessories:

Choosing the right accessories to help you complete the look complements a stylish and elegant Sherwani for men. Men no longer put little effort into their appearance, as the 21st Century male is extremely conscious of how he appears and the look he carries. Consider purchasing footwear that complements your outfit, a classy and stylish analog watch, jewelry, and royal and stylish headgear to complete the look. Make sure your accessories aren't too loud or out of place, as it's all too easy to go overboard with them at times. It is preferable to have a few fewer accessories on you than to overdo it.

Pick the right color for the season:

One factor that many people overlook is the fact that certain colors are meant for specific seasons. Choosing dark colors for a summer wedding is a no-no, not only because it is unfashionable, but also because dark colors absorb heat, leaving you feeling extremely uncomfortable and uneasy, which will be obvious. Wearing summer colors in winter is also a fashion faux pas because it shows that you do not understand the seasons and do not dress accordingly. Choosing sherwani colors like dark blue, dark maroon, and dark purple will help you feel comfortable during a winter wedding, leaving your guests impressed with your fashion sense.

Your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event, and Indian families are known for going above and beyond to make it a memorable day. With the right outfit and accessories, you can make this day truly special, not just for you and your future spouse, but for everyone in attendance.

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About Vikram Sharma Advanced   Textile designer

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