Discover the latest Indian wedding dresses for men from sherwanis to bundhgala for sangeet, cocktail and get ideas for designer grooms-wear!
Whether you’re the groom or attending a close wedding, looking your best is essential! Here are few Indian wedding dresses for men from Lakme Fashion Week and latest 2016 designer collections for sangeet, phere and cocktail nights. Let’s take a look!
Indian Wedding Dresses for Men: Sangeet
The best ideas for sangeet outfits for grooms include plain or embroidered silk sherwanis, paired with white or matching chooridar or pajamas. Add a jacket to give more structure to your outfit. Velvet bandhgalas and mandarin collar are also great ideas for sangeet. And here, I am liking the long silk kurta with black jacket paired with a scarf around the neck, designed by Manish Malhotra.
Indian Wedding Dresses for Men: Phere
Indian weddings are traditionally multi-day affairs and involve many ceremonies. The phere mark the end of the wedding day, the most awaited day for every groom-to-be! Wear something traditional, like kurta with slits paired with loose or dhothi pants. Silk sherwanis paired with skinny fit pants would look simple and classy. Dhothi paired with laser-cut patterned shirt would also be a great option for the ones who like it stylish.
Indian Wedding Dresses for Men: Cocktail Night
Cocktail parties are supposed to be a relaxed occasion, when you dance the night away with the friends and family! The beauty of the cocktail attire is that it can look trendy but yet be comfy. Botanical embroidery and patterned kurtas with slit paired with dhothi pants would be a great option to wear. Classic suits and sherwani would look also stylish and sophisticated.
So, did you like these Indian dresses for men? Which was your favorite look, and what would you go for? Comment below! Lemme know!
Pinky is a Staff Writer and Research Analyst at ShilpaAhuja.com, and an iNIFD graduate with a diploma in fashion design. Pinky’s expertise lies in the latest wedding fashion trends and hair/makeup advice. Prior to taking up a career in fashion, Pinky graduated with a B.Com (C.S) from Ethiraj College. She is also an art and a movie buff, she loves to read a lot of online stuff, mostly fashion! The girl next door trying to juggle homemaking, blogging & wanderlust! Creating insights on beauty, hair & Indian fashion trends, one article at a time… Her hobbies include shopping (obviously!), hogging food at city’s new restaurants & listening to Bollywood music.
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