Wedding Ensembles, Redefined: The Ultimate Guide To Dress On Your Wedding
Here’s an A-Z guide on how you should be dressing on your D-day. It’s hassle-free, stylish and extremely wearable even after the wedding madness is over.
While black is a classic choice for most men, a statement floral tuxedo jacket is an equally advisable option, especially if you’re looking to be a little extra, because why not?
The perfect way to finish the wedding celebrations is with a classic bandhgala suit, but reworked. Opt for dramatic drapes, classic cuts, and patent tassel loafers to add some millennial spunk to traditional ensembles.
This is one such ceremony where almost every groom is ready to experiment with peppy outfits, vibrant hues, and bold prints. It’s your time to go all out and have some fun.
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As a groomsman, if you’re a part of the official bachelor party committee, it is important that you look the part. Kickstart the party with a monochromatic look.
Pastel hues are experiencing high demand among the millennials this season and what’s better than sporting the trend on your big day?
For the meet-and-greet, keep it simple with a touch of elegance. Add a stole to your printed kurta to take it a notch higher. Complete the look with a pair of juttis.
Weddings in India are an elaborate affair and often extend over multiple days, which means multiple outfit changes. A patterned bundi over a kurta set is perfect for such occasions.
There’s nothing better than experimenting with different shades of brown. Whether you go for casual or formal ensembles, this shade will never disappoint.