Everyone knows the importance of a bride’s wedding trousseau, but a man’s wedding wardrobe needs just as many essentials. After all, he needs to look just as perfect on any occasion as the bride. Though fashion changes with time, there are some things that remain a classic. Every man needs to invest in these pieces to be prepared for a wedding or any other occasion around the year.
1. Formal White Shirt
A man can dress up right only when he has his basics right, enter – a crisp white shirt. A buttoned-down white shirt is the most versatile garment in a man’s wardrobe. A white shirt like this can be paired with different kinds of bottoms or suits for a formal event. This shirt has a slim-fit and all you need to gather are well-fit trousers, a bow-tie and a blazer to put your look together.
Rs. 798 onwards
2. A Tailored Two-Piece Suit
A well-tailored suit can make any man go from drab to fab. Choose from basic blues, greys or blacks to start with and then with time expand your colour palette, designs and cuts. This single-breasted suit has a shawl collar and comes with a pair of formal mid-rise trousers. The simple self-design on this attire can make any man look better than usual. Wear this suit to pre or post wedding parties.
Rs. 6599 onwards
3. A Blazer
Besides a dashing suit, a man must stock his wardrobe with at least one blazer. You can be as imaginative and creative here. From the usual blazers to Indo-western bandhgalas, the options are plenty. You can even add some more spunk by choosing striking prints like florals, geometric or Indie. This multi-colored printed blazer has a mandarin collar and will look iconic on a mehendi night. If you’re not the experimental type, then go for fabrics like velvet and sober prints.
Rs. 1799 onwards
4. A Classic Kurta
A man’s festive clothing collection is incomplete without a classic kurta pajama or a kurta churidar. There are just too many wedding rites and rituals when the groom is expected to dress up. A kurta comes in handy for occasions like these. But, even here, there are numerous options to choose from. This solid beige silk kurta has a brilliant sheen and can be paired with a white pajama. You can also add a printed dupatta with this attire.
Rs. 1398 onwards
5. A Tie or Bow-Tie
A tie or a bow-tie can add a pop of colour to any formal suit. From the fabric to the knot of the tie, every little thing can change and make a big difference to your look. This maroon and black woven skinny tie will look good on a navy suit.
Rs. 279 onwards
6. Formal Trousers
For a sharper and younger look, choose a flat-front trouser. These trousers are crisp and modern and do not have the old-style pleats. This pair of navy blue low-rise trousers can be paired with any shirt and a pair of formal shoes for a dapper look.
Rs. 838 onwards
7. Pocket Square
A pocket square can add more character to your look. You can be bold and experiment with various prints and patterns. There’s just one rule and that is ‘to never match it with your tie’. You can also learn different ways to style a pocket square to look more fashionable. This red and pink polka dot pocket square will surely add more fun to your look. Team it with a beige or white suit.
Rs. 244 onwards
8. Formal Shoes
A pair of oxfords is strictly professional and definitive for a man’s wedding wardrobe. They’ll never steer you out of style or occasion. Your usual blacks, browns or tans can be the best bet and very versatile. You can even check out other fancy colours too add more quirk. This pair of black pointy-toed oxfords is made from genuine leather with a textured outsole and stacked heels.
Rs. 2749 onwards
9. A Belt and Wallet
A proper belt and a wallet are more than just a man’s need. These pieces are often ignored, but they need a considerable amount of attention in order to make a statement. A shabby or worn-out belt or a wallet can make no impression on anyone whatsoever. So now that you have an occasion, or maybe an excuse to buy, get a proper belt and wallet for yourself.
Rs. 950 onwards
A bright sunny morning with a wedding ceremony in full swing is incomplete without sunglasses. These not only protect your eyes from the sun but also add that dash of trendy coolness you seek in your wedding photos. Get your suit or ethnic wear on, wear these sunglasses and add a turban; you’ll look like the quintessential new-age groom.
Rs. 900 onwards
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