Explore the Trending and Luxury Indian Designer Grooms Wear
At Brides, we love bridal fashion. However, brides don't deserve all the praise for having impeccable taste - the Indian grooms wear also deserves recognition as it gives each one an opportunity to show off their own personal style on such an important day.
Real weddings showcase many stylish grooms, each sporting their own distinctive look. More and more grooms are experimenting with their ensembles to express themselves or their individual relationships - Playful patterns, unexpected colors, luxe fabrics are becoming staples in their fashion choices. Many others add sentimental elements into their looks like wedding date cufflinks or watches from former loved ones to add special meaning.
Not only are grooms showing their individuality with their outfits, they're also fashionables to add personal flair to the wedding aesthetic. Sherwani Sets stand out against a winter background while light linens make a beachside event even more beautiful.
From traditional to contemporary and everything in between, these grooms didn't skimp on style. For all of the inspiration you could ever need, here are our favorite grooms looks from real weddings that prove that grooms really do have great taste when it comes to fashion and grooms are indeed the epitome of stylish men.
Buy Luxury Indian Designer Grooms Wear and Outfits for 2023 Weddings
From wedding sherwanis to cocktail tuxedos, we have carefully curated designer grooms wear and outfits to make your festivities glitter with glamor. Real grooms were dressed up in outfits that will be trending this 2023. Here are a few collections just for grooms.
Designer Kurta Sets
A kurta is a tunic typically worn during pre-wedding festivities and these Kurta sets are made of cotton, linen, silk etc. Its versatility allows it to easily transform itself from casual wear into formal wear for various ceremonies and festivities. While traditionally full-sleeved and calf-skimming was typical of its time period. Today designers are experimenting with length and proportions for more modern aesthetics. Prints and solid colors work well for daytime festivities like luncheons or mehendi, while embroidery makes for memorable evening events like sangeet or mehendi events.
The Bandi or Nehru Jacket
Bandi sets are essential in an Indian traditional menswear wardrobe. They add instant style and versatility while remaining extremely comfortable - truly a one-and-done staple. The Nehru jacket is a hip-length tailored coat featuring a mandarin collar that comes in various prints, colors, textures and embroideries - from prints and colors to textures and embroideries - and comes in different lengths, widths and colors to match your individuality or outfit!. Wear one over an unexpected print or layer two together, or wear solid colors over bright prints if that suits you better.
The Bandhgala Suits
The Bandhgala is India's formal suit, also known as Jodhpuri, due to its origin in Jodhpur princely state in 19th century India. This outfit consists of an eastern-inspired tuxedo consisting of a structured closed collar jacket with falling below waist,This Bandhgala worn with slim trousers or breeches and featuring two button closure at top for a slick finish. Grromcan keep two top buttons undone for a slick finish while shooting for bridal photos. Grooms often choose this ensemble when they attend sangeet, reception or engagement events because not only is it formal but royal as well. Think of it as an alternative three piece suit.
Sherwanis are knee length jackets with buttoned front closures worn over a kurta and worn either churidars (flared trousers), most commonly seen at wedding ceremonies. You can choose one in either an elegant fabric, such as velvet, or choose one featuring embellishments and embroideries to ensure you look best during this momentous occasion.
An achkan coat resembles the sherwani in terms of length; however, its difference lies in length. An achkan tends to be shorter and less flared at its waist than its counterpart; therefore it offers a more structured and tailored appearance.
Simple Dhoti Kurta Set
The Dhoti (also called Mundu) is a traditional Indian garment worn by men throughout India and parts of South India. Dhotis are constructed of a rectangular piece of cotton fabric, the dhoti is wrapped around the waist and legs before being tucked into its waistband for easy storage. Wearing styles can vary according to regional culture or personal preference - some drape it simply with folds while others choose more intricate folds or even intricate knots.
The dhoti symbolizes culture, tradition, and elegance. It discharges a charm that's difficult to ignore. Dhotis are worn with either a Kurta or Veshti for the classic South Indian Look.
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Grooms on their wedding day exude sophistication and style, and accessories play an essential part in completing their ensemble. A sleek timepiece, sparkling cufflink set, pocket square in an appropriate hue and well-crafted leather wallet add a sense of classiness and refinement to their ensemble.
Avoid taking things too seriously with wedding accessories - have some fun with them too. A witty boutonniere, eye-catching tie pattern or statement belt can add flair and make your attire memorable on this important day. Accessories should reflect who you are as an individual while also making you feel confident and secure in yourself and others around you.
Sherwani Mala: Sherwani Mala is a traditional Indian necklace worn by grooms on their wedding day. Often composed of pearls or precious stones strung together and boasting intricately designed pendants, the Sherwani Mala adds a touch of regality to his outfit by complementing its luxurious fabric while further improving aesthetics.
Kundan Mala for Groom: Kundan wedding jewellery is an iconic piece of Indian bridal wear worn by grooms on their special day. Kundan malas are made of gold and studded with sparkling Kundan stones. Its intricate design exudes elegance and luxury, making it a sought-after accessory for grooms. When worn, it brings an air of grandeur to an otherwise plain Sherwani or traditional Indian groom's ensemble - giving the overall look an extra flair of grandeur.
Footwear for Groom: Footwear for Indian grooms is an integral component of their wedding attire. Mojaris, Juttis and Kolhapuri sandals are popular traditional options that complement Sherwanis or traditional attire perfectly. More contemporary dress shoes in neutral colors may pair with suits as an alternative option. No matter which style is selected for their outfit - the groom's footwear should reflect his level of sophistication and elegance for this important day in their life.
Safa for Groom: Safas are traditionally worn by Indian grooms during wedding celebrations, safas are symbolic headwear worn as part of Indian culture as part of traditional groom attire such as Sherwanis or other forms of traditional attire - symbolizing honor and respect and adding elegance and regality to an overall look. Tie it in various styles to suit both personal taste and cultural traditions for an accessory which stands the test of time in India.
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