Grooms are not afraid to experiment these days and so, many of them have their styles on-point on the trend meter. This has led to rapid makeovers of the latest GROOMWEAR and we just can’t stop adoring them! 💖
🎀 MULTI-COLOURED JACKETS
Who said men can’t rock their mehendi look? A plain white Kurta pyjama could look so stylish with just a jacket!
🎀 LAYERED JEWELLERY
Add a statement piece of jewellery to your look and let it be the only accessory that you wear.
🎀WRAP AROUND YOUR PERSONALITY!
The idea or carrying a stole with your sherwani or kurtas may have come from Karan Johar‘s films, but men seem to be loving it. A well-draped dupatta can give your Kurta or sherwani a formal and elegant look.
Embroidered motifs, zardozdi work, sequin work- we are spotting all kinds of embellishments on sherwani dupattas.
🎀 NEW AGE PASTELS
Pastels for groom have been trending alot and Sabyasachi has a lot of them in his latest collection. They are subtle and classy and at the same time look amazing on grooms.
🎀 PICK PINK FOR COLOUR AND CONFIDENCE!
Take a refreshing change from the traditional beige and try some shades of pink. To say pink is a girly colour is archaic. Find a shade of pink that suits your skin tone (a dusky man should pick the light shade of pink and and lighter skin tones can carry off all the shades).
🎀 TRY THE LATEST SHORT JACKETS
The first look is designed by Manish Malhotra and can be flaunted perfectly with some hint of confidence. The second look by Shantanu & Nikhil is very new and interesting. A shirt jacket with a kurta that falls so well is perfect for your Mehendi.
🎀 COLOUR COORDINATE WITH YOUR GROOMSMEN
Spotted this groom from a wedding, and he’s looking quite dapper along with his groomsmen. The Persian green colour is looking so offbeat and fun for the occasion. The outfit is by Stitch by Sarab Khanijou.
🎀 TRENDING FLORAL PRINT SAFAS
It takes a great deal for a man to carry off florals on his head, but when styled properly they look pretty amazing! The print enhances the charm especially to the morning weddings as it saves you from adding too much colour to your sparkling outfits during the day.
Being an Indian bridegroom needn’t mean that you’re married to the idea of wearing an ethnic Kurta with shimmery traditional finery. Indulging in pop-colours and redefining ethnic is must to look best on your special day.
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