Indian men and grooms are nowadays ruling the wedding space with their impeccable sense of style. We love how Indian grooms are not afraid of experimenting with different colours and hues these days. Who says grooms have limited options and don’t have much scope to experiment? From unique colour combinations to statement jewellery pieces, Indian grooms are experimenting with their looks like never before.
Here we bring a list of wedding accessories that every Indian man/ groom must-have.
Adornments for the safa
A safa or the pagri is the one accessory that will never go out of style. It is not just the groom. Many men opt to wear a safa or a pagri for wedding celebrations. A stylish safa can take your look to another level, especially when it is bejewelled safa or the one with pearls and rubies.
Pearl necklaces and kundan malas for the win
Pearl necklaces and kundan malas add an instant and imperial touch to the groom’s overall look. Add elegance to your look by pairing with the right necklace. You can even consider layered pearls bead necklace set to enhance your look.
A stole or dupatta to jazz up the whole look
A stole or dupatta is an important part of the groom’s outfit. You can amp up your plain sherwani with a plain or embellished dupatta. You can even go with a shawl, or a velvet stole to make it more fashionable. Drape it in a unique way to amp up your style game.
Some statement pieces to add that drama
You can play around with brooch, cufflinks, sherwani buttons, and belt buckles to add that drama and detail to your overall outfit. Accessories like brooches and cufflinks will add that contemporary touch and grace to your ensemble. You can even get customized cufflinks with your initials engraved to match with your formals.
Pocket square to add a touch a sophistication
Pocket squares have been a staple accessory that adds a spark to the overall look. They are a subtle accessory that can add so much to your overall look. You can even choose a contrasting shade and match your bride’s look. Pair it with sherwani or suit and stand out.
Traditional juttis and mojris to complete the look
Complete your look with the traditional juttis and mojris. You can go with embroidered juttis or the juttis with sequins, zari, or gota.
These are some of the accessories that will add so much to your overall look. Complement your wedding look by adding these pair of wedding accessories. Don’t forget to add your own touch and be a little more experimental.
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