Wedding Apparel Made for the Modern Day Men

Weddings in India are no more an occasion where the brides are meant to steal all of the limelight. Today, in the modern era, even the grooms are grooming themselves up to look their best on their D-day. Nowadays, the grooms are paying attention to the attires they will wear on their wedding day. And you will not believe the variety of these apparels that have become rampant in the Indian fashion made for the grooms to be.

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Earlier, the fashion designers showcase their line of the bridal wear for the women, but now, they have also started to create their line of groom apparels. Unless you see for yourself, you will not be able to experience how amazing and dazzling these groom apparels are made.

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Wedding Apparels: Then and Now

Generally, we have all seen the grooms wearing the most common suits made for them to be worn on their wedding day. Common in the case of style. They were either made like regular formal suits in the same black or any other deep-colored material or formal suits made with a fancy shiny material (which is quite an adventurous selection). Another common attire used in the wedding is the dhoti kurta. Dhoti, just like saree, is a prolonged cloth used by men to be worn as the bottom wear for special occasions. The mighty dhoti is teamed up with kurta as the upper wear. Then came the kurta pajama. The kurta was teamed up with a loose cotton trouser called the pajama.

Wedding Suit

And then finally, the Sherwani came into being. Wedding Sherwani is divided into two parts, the upper wear or the bottom wear. The upper wear is the kurta which is extremely heavy due to its intricate embroidery. The bottom wear is also made with the similar material of the upper wear either in matched or in contrasting colors.

sherwani for wedding

A silk dupatta is the most vital part which completes the entire look of the sherwani suit. Sherwani is no doubt a very fashionable attire to be worn during the wedding day. They are extremely manageable and comfortable and can also be teamed up with a dhoti for that chic look.


A look at top traditional outfits for famous with Indian men

Traditional outfits for men have evolved over the years with a lot of contemporary changes made in the design. Men wear traditional costumes during festivals, Pooja or ceremonies such as marriages, engagements, etc. Some of the different types of traditional outfits that most men prefer include dhoti Kurta, Sherwanis, Kurta Pajamas, etc. The designs look conventional and are extremely comfortable to wear, especially during ceremonies such as marriage, engagement etc that include a lot of physical activities. Some of these are mentioned below in details.

1 Sherwani:
A dress that has its origin from the Mughal Empire, Sherwani’s has a royal appeal. Available in silk fabric, this Kurta-styled outfit has a hand-made embroidery work all over the fabric. It is heavily designed and goes perfectly well with Lehenga. If the occasion is wedding, then you can accessorize the Sherwani with a stole, turban, Juttis, etc. Custom-made, these Sherwanis should be stitched in a pattern to best suit your physique. Different types of fabrics can be used to make a Sherwani, some of them include terry wool, brocade, etc. The length of the Sherwani should be well below the knees and can be paired up with matching Churidars. These days bold and bright colored Sherwani’s are gaining popularity among men. The collar of the Sherwani can be stitched as per your choice, the popular designs including Chinese collar, V-neck, etc.

2 Pathani:
Pathani Suit has been a favorite among men since ages. Right from kids to older men, Pathani is preferred by men of all age group. In addition to being stylish, the outfit is extremely comfortable and easy to wear. It is said that the outfit has its origin from the Kabuli Pathans of Afghanistan. A pathani suit is worn with loose fitting Salwar and traditional Jootis. For kids, the suit can be paired up with Churidars too. Earlier, white or black colored Pathani was commonly found, but these days bright and bold colored Pathani’s are picking up popularity in the market. Collared or non-collared, a Pathani is designed in a manner to perfectly fit the body of the wearer. Most have embroidery work done on their collar and sleeve cuffs. In addition, Pathanis Suits are full sleeved outfits and can also be accessorized with matching or contrast colored jackets.

3 Dhoti-Kurta
A traditional outfit for men that is worn by almost all linguistic communities, dhoti kurta is a convenient and comfortable outfit that is preferred during festivals or spiritual ceremonies. The Kurta either is up to the knee length or slightly below the knees in height. The dhoti is a rectangular unstitched cloth that is wrapped in a pant-like pattern and tied at the waist. These days contemporarily styled Dhoti’s are stitched in the form of loose-fitting pants and have an elastic waist that are easy to wear. Dhotis are also known as mundu, pancha, veshti or mardani across various parts of India. The fabric that is commonly used to stitch dhoti-Kurta is cotton, which is extremely light in weight and easy to carry all throughout the day.

The Best Appearance Maker: Sherwani

When it comes to culture and traditions, Indian is considered to be one of the most unique countries in the world. Both culture and tradition of the country are highly diversified throughout the country and every tradition followed here is highly believed and liked by many. In the same league are the Indian male and  female wears which are now one of the most liked outfits in the world. The article is about the Sherwani which is one of the most popular Indian male traditional wear. It carries a design of a long coat which looks like a fusion of the British frock coat and Salwar Kameez. The origin of this popular male outfit can be found in the initial years of Muslims which later on got popular among the Rajputas and other Indian sects.

Mens Sherwani
Besides being one of the most preferred as the traditional party wears, these are also accepted as the formal wear among many classes such as politicians and business tycoons. A similar out of it is Achkan which looks somewhat similar to the Sherwani. There is not much difference between them but the Sherwani is considered more faired around the hips.

A popular trend of this outfit was emerged during the time of Pandit Jawaharlal Lal Nehru, who used to wear its modified version, which looks like a jacket and got popular as Nehru jacket. It bears a special significance for the Muslims of the Indian states like Rajasthan, Hyderabad and Utter Pradesh. While the party wears carry a combination of various embroideries and designs, the formal wear carry a plain and simple look.

Bollywood Style Collections

Bollywood Style Collections

There has been a significant role of Bollywood in promoting the Sherwanis among the common Indian man. In every other movie, a Bollywood actor can be seen in a latest designed and styled version of this male wear. However, when it comes to shopping a new one for you, a variety of options are available in the market. It has been advised by the fashion designers that you should go for the one which suits your personality and traditions the most. There are various types of sherwanis available in the market which includes Peshawari and Baloochi. Visit Here

Talking about the trend, it has been in trend for centuries not only in Indian and Pakistan but also in a number of other South Asian countries, where it has been a formal wear for male royal family members. As per the latest trend, the Sherwani is coming in Knee length and body fitted format with the front coming in buttoned – up format. The design of this outfit leaves a good scope for various designs and embroidery.
While concluding the article, I would like to add that it is one of the most beautiful and sober looking male outfit, I have ever seen as it can easily fit to any body type and enhances grace of the personality no matter who is wearing it. Even the much hyped western suits can’t give a challenge to the supremacy of this Indian male outfit.