8 Best Wedding Dresses for Men In India

There’s no one who doesn’t love Indian weddings. The revelries are bigger than any major festival. Relatives and friends get together to enjoy a fun time and make irreplaceable memories. Though everything from the venue to the menu can be taken care of by professionals, the selection of clothing is one thing that takes up a lot of time. The groom and the bride both need something exclusive and beautiful.

While there are infinite guides for women, men often find themselves circling back to extravagant sherwanis or a kurta pyjama set. However, with the changing fashion scenario, men have as many options as the bride. A groom-to-be can opt for western, traditional, fusion or casual looks in various fabrics, cuts, colors, patterns, prints and designs.Here’s a quick guide with 8 absolute styles that a groom-to-be can pick from.

List Of 8 Best Wedding Dresses for Men In India

1. Sherwani with Dhoti Pants

Stylish and absolutely stunning is this pink and gold-toned sherwani that comes with dhoti pants. This perfectly traditional option is the best attire for you’re the big day. The collar and buttons are enhanced with copper beads while the sheen and combination of colors look modern and elegant. This sherwani is apt for the groom who likes to be traditional yet modern without overdoing his look. you may also like to know about the best ways to wear Wedding Sherwani & Different ways to wear Crop Tops.

Accessorize With:

A pearl kanthimala, golden-beige mojaris.

Style Tip:

A neat hairstyle with a clean shave or a well-groomed beard will look perfect.

Sherwani with Dhoti Pants

Rs. 6749 onwards

2. Kurta Churidar with a Nehru Jacket

Add an edge to your kurta and churidar attire by teaming it up with a golden brocade or printed beige Nehru jacket. This sleeveless jacket in a contrasting color adds more sophistication and splendor to your look. If you’re up for some jacket hunting, then you’ll see numerous options to choose from, florals being on the top. Wear this attire on the Mehendi or sangeet ceremony. here you can also check different Wedding Sherwani styles.

Accessorize With:

A pocket square, Kantha, sunglasses and ethnic juttis.

Style Tip:

Sport a side fade cut hairstyle with a well-groomed beard.

Kurta Churidar with a Nehru Jacket

Rs. 2474 onwards

3. Kurta with Patiala Salwar

Give a twist to your basic kurta pajama by wearing a kurta with a Patiala salwar. Remember to keep the length of your kurta short so that the Patiala style is prominent. This silver kurta has a curved hem and a mandarin collar. The salwar perfects its iconic pleats. To top it off, wear a waistcoat over your kurta, something like this one which has a dipped neckline. This simple yet dapper outfit can be worn to a puja or an intimate function.

Accessorize With:

A pocket square, watch and mojaris.

Style Tip:

Side parted combed over hair with a clean shave and a mild spray of perfume.

Kurta with Patiala Salwar

Rs. 2875 onwards

4. Orange and Cream Sherwani with Achkan

If you’d like to wear something other than your customary sherwani, then wear an achkan. It is like a sherwani but shorter in length and is also more comfortable to wear. Go about your wedding rituals in this bright orange mandarin collar achkan with a cream kurta and churidar.

Accessorize With:

A brooch, mojaris, and a watch.

Style Tip:

Don a slight stubble with a pompadour.

Orange and Cream Sherwani with Achkan

Rs. 3995 onwards

5. Kurta Pyjama with Dupatta

A kurta pajama is the most versatile attire for a groom-to-be. It can be worn to various mini-functions and ceremonial rites around the wedding. Pick a plain white kurta with embroidery or choose from bright colours and team it up with a printed dupatta to be comfortable and stylish. A dupatta like this one adds a fun element and also acts as a prop to many of your dance sequences.

Accessorize With:

Ethnic slip-ons and a watch

Style Tip:

A pompadour with a trimmed beard.

Kurta Pyjama with Dupatta

Rs. 604 onwards

6. Solid Mustard Kurta with Trousers

This angrakha style mustard kurta has an asymmetrical hem and a mandarin collar. The bright hue makes it perfect for occasions like Haldi and Mehendi ceremonies. Pair it with slim-fit trousers for a fusion look or a pair of silk pyjama bottoms and keep rocking on those sizzling dance numbers.

Accessorize With:

A pearl chain, tan nagras, sunglasses.

Style Tip:

Look cool with a spiky hairdo and a stubble beard.

Solid Mustard Kurta with Trousers

Rs. 1374 onwards

7. Velvet Party Tuxedo

A chic option for any groom-to-be for his cocktail party is this velvet party tuxedo. This single-breasted blazer comes with a notched lapel collar and a vented back. The blue and black combination also makes for a dapper combination. Complete this look is a pair of slim-fit black trousers, a crisp white shirt and a bow tie.

Accessorize With:

A black pocket square, oxfords, and a watch.

Style Tip:

Side-swept hairstyle with a little stubble.

Velvet Party Tuxedo

Rs. 3149 onwards

8. Self-Design Ethnic Bandhgala

Another clean and classy option for cocktail parties or your reception is this self-designed ethnic bandhgala. The burgundy velvet jacket has a full button placket and looks dapper over beige trousers. Pair this outfit with oxfords and enjoy your time celebrating one of the most special occasions of your life.

Accessorize With:

A golden pocket square and a watch.

Style Tip:

A well-groomed beard style with combed back hair will complement this look.

Self-Design Ethnic Bandhgala

Rs. 6999 onwards

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