Groom shopping is equally as important as bride’s shopping as it is an important and memorable moment for both and you want it to be perfect. While shopping for your wedding you must note some key things in your mind i.e your style, your bride’s style, the wedding style and most importantly your comfort zone and when it comes to shopping for Barat what can look better than a traditional good old sherwani for groom from LAAM. Sherwani is a sophisticated and vintage dress and when worn right it can look better than a tuxedo. Here are a few tips to keep in mind while shopping for a sherwani.
Go Bold with Color
If you’re experimental, quirky, and funky then don’t shy away to show that at your wedding. Who says colors are only for men, ditch the blacks and grey and add a hint of color to your wedding attire. It can bring out your personality and make you the best-dressed groom of the season. Take cues from the most anticipated wedding of Fiza Khawar and Abdullah, Abdullah wore a yellow sherwani with vibrant contrasting prints paired with bright chadar and it is safe to say he was the groom of the season.
Pastel and Muted Hues
Want to stay in your comfort zone at your wedding? Not a problem! Go with pastel and muted tones such as pinks, light blues, and mint greens. Faiza Saqlain’s ice blue sherwani worn by Shehryar Munawar is a perfect choice for a daytime wedding. Similarly, Deepak and Fahad’s coffee pink sherwani with white detailing is perfect to wear on Barat and will look best if your decorations and bride’s dress are color-coordinated. Similarly, Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s baby pink sherwani for wedding worn by Khushal khan looked dapper and sophisticated.
Prints and Florals
Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s collection “Roti Boti” featured some bold prints and embroideries inspired by our heritage on their sherwanis. Their collection featured contrasting colors block printed detailing on sherwanis on an ivory color palette which made the sherwani accentuate. Similarly, Deepak and Fahad’s collection have some floral thread embroidery that makes a boring sherwani speak.
One thing is for sure all-black look can never look bad. If you’re wearing black sherwani for the first time and are scared of all the prints, embroideries, colors and drama then ditch the colors and go for a black sherwani. A well-tailored black sherwani with minimum detailing can make you the star of the show.
When it comes to accessorizing your wedding outfits there are no rules. You can add up a cufflink, a watch, or a pocket square but make sure you don’t mix and match metals such as don’t wear a silver cufflink with a gold watch. If you’re going for something traditional, you can always add up a paghri in your look but make sure it’s not too much and it goes well with your whole outfit. MNR offers some of the best-looking paghris. Chadar is also a good option to pair with a sherwani. A contrasting shawl with a muted sherwani can give oomph to the whole look.
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