Why should brides have all the fun experimenting with their outfits? There is plenty out there for the Styl-Grooms.
Just like a wedding is the brides most important day, it is also the biggest day for the grooms. Fashion consciousness is widely found in men as well but some of them find it hard to accept. While usually the bride takes away most of the limelight. We at Styl Inc make sure our Styl Groom is as eye-catching as the Styl bride.
Hence, this one talks about the lesser mentioned – The Grooms Fashion.
Here we have a list of 5 fun alternates to your basic go-to groom looks:
1. Asymmetrical Bandhgalas:
If you’re a groom-to-be or one of the grooms-men, it is a given that you will be wearing a bandhgala on one of the functions. Every Indian couture designer has a wide range of basic bandhgalas to choose from. Along with offbeat colours like wine, burgundy, teal etc , grooms can go for offbeat cuts as well. Asymmetrical and geometrically undefined patterns oomph up the basic bandhgala look.
2. All that glitters :
A touch of glitter on the collar or cuffs? Nah! What we are talking about here is all-shimmer blazers. Ultra-sartorial and highly picturesque sheen suits and tuxedos are a win-win. A groom who dares to be different can look like a vision in a-little-too-much of glitter on the blazers or achkans. We’re even huge fans of full mirror work on the shervanis. Just the perfect shine out for your cocktail or reception.
3. The humble Kurta-Blazer combo.
Yes, your Sangeet/ Mehendi or Haldi function demands more than just a basic kurta-nehru set. While we are big on the traditional indian wear, a refreshing twist is always welcome. Replace the conventional Nehru jacket with a formal blazer on your basic kurta set. (Again, by blazer we don’t mean the indian bandhgala) It could be with your kurta-trousers or pathani sets as well. And you have yourself a chic fusion look for the (celebrity inspired) groom.
4. Sartorial Long bandis
A trend on the runway since a long time, but not seen very popularly on grooms. The perfect blend of contemporary yet ethnic. It’s airy and breezy for summers and will fetch you a tons of compliments. Try pairing it up with embroidered loafers if you want to make a statement.
You could throw over a waist coat as well and take this fusion look a notch higher.
5. An Ombre Effect:
We are surprised that ombre prints are not viral. This is one trend that should be widely worn by grooms. Not only is it unique and offbeat but also classy and royal. A sure shot stand out in the crowd , merging dual tones are a beautiful vision on grooms. A shading of more than two colours can also make your outfit look distinctive and radiant.
So put on your best foot forward ladies!! Men out there are going to work their magic in their suave grooms wear this season.
Till then, keep it Styl’ish,