In any wedding, all the eyes are on the bride as she gets all the limelight. But now the time has changed and the grooms also insist to share a part of this limelight. The grooms can enjoy this limelight by dressing up for the D-day in the best ways they can. These days, the market is flooded with the most versatile options to choose from, where you can follow the latest trend. Take some hints from the actors and models who flaunt the best attires for the special occasions. In Indian wedding, the traditional wear is most popular and never loses its sheen. However, it is a very good idea not to experiment with the wedding trousseau and try the traditional outfits for the wedding ceremonies, and gather the limelight and applaud you desire.
Traditional Salwar & Kurta
Besides being super comfortable, salwar and kurta gives a very elegant look. Because of the availability of this ethnic wear in a number of designs, you can wear it for both formal and informal ceremonies of your wedding. Try an embroidery pattern on silk or cotton kurta salwar for occasions other than wedding, such as sangeet or haldi ceremony.
Personalize this look: If you are not comfortable wearing the kurta with salwar, pair it up with your favorite jeans or straight fit trousers. This way you can give it a personal touch.
Majestic Choodidar & Kurta
The embroidery on the choodidar & kurta is different from that in customary kurta salwar. If you have a big budget, you can look for Swarovski crystals studded kurta, and if not, try a kurta with Zardozi or sequin work. The point is to don a kurta with heavy work.
Personalize this look: Suppose you have selected a kurta which does not have heavy work, you can add to its beauty by adding some embellishments such as a royal brooch to make it more personalized. With a contrasting and fashionable stole around your shoulder, along with mojris or jutties, you will certainly be envied by many!
This is the traditional attire of many India grooms since ages. However, to remain trendy and modern, keep this dress in sync with the modern fashion and style. This style has undergone a number of transformations with changing fashion. You can also try an Indo-western look with the traditional dhoti, thanks to the new age designers who keep on introducing different cuts and colours.
Personalize this look: You can pick up a stitched Dhoti kurta as per your choice. Again, a stole in contrasting color can complement your looks and style.
Sherwani with Choodidar
The most common pick among the Indian grooms is Sherwani, paired with a contrasting choodidar. The Sherwani is usually until your knees and fits you well. The most popular color is off-white or cream, and is usually worn with red stole and choodidar. However, it is always suggested to try something new and avoid such common hues of white. These days, blue, green and golden are gaining much popularity, thanks to the designers and models.
Personalize this look: To look best on your wedding day, you can wear your Sherwani contrasting stoles, a beautiful headgear and stylish jutties. Depending upon your choice, you can opt for heavy or light embroidery work. However, do not go with the plain Sherwani as they will make you look old and dull.
Choose a style which best suits your personality. Avoid sticking to the usually styles. Explore the shops well and find the most suitable traditional attire for your wedding day.
Author Bio: Rashmi Karan is a professional writer who writes about the relationships and matrimonial alliances.