Velvet jackets look sharp against a wintry backdrop while light linens complement a beachside bash. Some grooms donned formal tuxedos for black-tie events, and others dressed themselves in low-maintenance suits for intimate elopements. But before you pick one for yourself, it is imperative to understand what outfit style would you like to sport on your special day. Know whether you want to go all traditional on your wedding day or opt for something classy & contemporary.
We’re drooling over the simplicity of this ivory hand-embroidered raw silk sherwani paired with a kota safa and ivory churidaars. We’re in love with this real groom’s ivory sherwani featuring huge floral motifs and swirling patterns in gold. A classic ivory sherwani paired with a sage green stole and safa never looked this pretty. This voguish side-buttoned front green achkan with a high rise slit & overlapping flaps can add all that panache and style to your reception look. Team it with a long kurta and churidaars to grab them eyeballs. Sometimes a classic brown bandhgala with an extended drape adjoining the pocket flap, paired with a flared kurta is all you need to make a stylish statement.
Usually it is preferred by groom in Muslim Wedding but it has become very popular amongst men for all wedding functions. You can also break up the look with a white or black shirt underneath — which would look ultra cool with a casual two-button suit like this one from Etsy. Style it with a polished button-down and a formal pocket square — because if you’re going to dress up, you might as well go full send. We recommend that you and your partner choose from around 3-5 colors for your wedding palette, which then guarantees colors the both of you will love. When deciding on your shades, know that you’re not limited to two or three.
If you’re planning a black tie affair, match your tuxedo with your groomsmen suits for an all black-and-white look that never goes out of style. During his Burning Man-inspired Israel wedding to actress Inbar Lavi, Dan Bar Shira rocked three different outfits, all styled by Shany Lasry and Ali Mohana. For his first look, the groom donned an all-white what is a ragdoll toy linen suit from Desert. “They decided to go for neutral fabrics that complemented the landscape’s bright and festive colors,” Inbar recalls. Mixing and matching your bridesmaid dresses is a super stylish and unique way to make your bridesmaids feel extra special. And it’s a great way to incorporate your more of your wedding colors.
A beige sherwani jacket with gold work is topped over a light sea green anarkali kurtaand bottom wear! A pleated stole is draped with an embellished belt on one side. Along with accessories like a royal headgear and moti mala, the groom also flaunts a second stole in a dark teal shade with rich gold border. Instead of a solid color, opt for a two-tone tuxedo that boasts an accent color on the lapels.
Instead of traditional churidar bottoms he wears tapered salwar trousers. This Indian groom outfit is even more glam because of the embellished off-white sherwani jacket over the light blue kurta. The design structure on the jacket is reminiscent of those on Mughal style of clothing. The light blue stole, embellished safa add to the grandeur of the look.
In indian groom outfits you have so many options but galabandh is every green and traditional. We end with the most vibrant and unique look in the list! This groom wears a light dusty pink toned sherwani jacket with woven motifs of horses. The best part of this Indian groom outfit is the stole which boasts floral embroidery. The paisleys and maple leafs in contrasting vibrant shades create magic.
Our real groom Oleg opted for a classic cream sherwani detailed with beautiful blush pink and gold florals for his wedding day. Take a glimpse of this grey long kurta with rose gold dabka and balloon pants. Pick this silk matka asymmetric jacket with an embroidered collar and team it with a matka kurta and a pair of trousers. If you hail from North India, you just can’t avoid wearing a sherwani at your wedding! And your sherwani has to complement the gorgeous lehenga of your bride.