5 Style Trends For The Modern Grooms

“BARAAT AGAI” are the words that turn the entire wedding venue topsy-turvy. With the bridesmaids, chachis, mamis all running around. Some to bribe at the gate, some to watch the procession and some of them to ensure all is well. And, they still say the bride steals the show. If she sparkles under the phoolon ki chadar, you  shine  from the top of the ghodi. Just like everybody including you, wait to catch the glimpse of the bride, so does everybody including the bride wait for hours to catch your glimpse. When it comes to wedding, it’s no more only bride’s event, you both are in this together and spotlight is on both the bride and the groom. So while your bride is all bright and beautiful,  be  stylish and handsome by her side.We have curated  5 Style Trends  for the modern grooms  that you should definitely  have a look.

Here are some cool groom looks that you can incorporate to look nothing less than  “Prince Charming” and sweep her off the feet.

 

Kurta’s with a twist

Why wear the same old kurta pyjama, when you can  go stylish . You can sport  a kurta with dhotis, Salwars, Churidars  and pants . Try out these latest new kurta  trends for your pre-wedding functions.

Designer Sulakshna Monga
Designer Sulakshna Monga
Designer Anita Dongre

Team them up

Pair your kurta sets with the jackets, bandgalas, long jackets and stoles for an added charm .

Designer Tarun tahiliani
Designer Anita Dongre

Anarkali Inspired Sherwani

For that  regal Mughal Charm , go for an  Anarkali inspired Sherwani.  Paired with a long coat , this look sends out pure regal vibes.

Groom Sherwani
Designer Sulkashna Monga

Jodhpuri Suits

These are the Indian version  of the  tuxedos.  They not only modern yet regal at the  same time.   It’s a fusion of Indian and the western.

Designer Tarun Tahiliani

Sherwanis

So sherwanis  have always been  there  like foreover . But what has changed in addition to the  approach is  style ,the designs, embroidered detailing,  intricate details,  signature motifs less of bling and more of intricate details is what  modern sherwanis are best described.

Designer Tarun Tahiliani
Designer Rohit Bal
Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee

 

 

Designer Manish Malhotra

 

The  Grooms wear options  are  now not limited to  those golden sherwanis or a simple Kurta Pyjyama. Designer houses are catering not just to brides but,  presenting noteworthy styles and elements  to grooms wear. It’s all about creating your own  visual style and  bringing out  your debonair side.

 

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