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10 latest sherwani suit designs for Grooms

Indian weddings are joyous occasions filled with rituals and celebrations. While the brides are busy dressing themselves up in designer sarees and lehengas, our groom should also invest in his attire for the d-day. There are many choices available online or in stores for our ‘desi boy’ from tuxedos to Sherwanis.  

However, traditional wear like Sherwanis are more in trend and are loved by people of all nationalities. 

10 latest sherwani suit designs for Grooms

 Latest Sherwanis suit designs are available right from designer to custom-made.   A Groom Sherwani Suit comes in unique colour combinations, fabrics, textures, prints and cuts. Different sherwani suit designs are made for different occasions like sangeet, cocktail parties, reception, engagement or formal gatherings. 

Here are the 10 latest groom sherwani suit designs for our ‘Dulha’ 

Designer sherwani

The best way to steal the glances on your wedding day is by wearing a dashing designer sherwani! Deciding the attire for the groom is as important as that of a bride. Although the bride snatches away all the attention with her extravagant lehenga, the groom has an equal amount of pressure of looking good as it is one of the most important days of his life as well. 

Designer sherwani

Famous Indian fashion designers such as Anju Modi, Abu Jani, Sandeep Khosla, J J Valya, Manish Malhotra, Raghvendra Rathore, Rohit Bal, Sabyasachi, Tarun Tahaliyani etc. offer huge collections of designer sherwanis. If you have ever attended a ‘Shaadi’ in a wedding farmhouse in chattarpur, you must have seen the bride and groom dressed up in expensive designer attires. 

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Indo-western sherwani

Indo-western sherwani

Indo western sherwani is a long coat-like garment worn in India. It is worn over a kurta with the combination of churidar, salwar or dhoti as a lower garment. These sherwanis are featured with full-length sleeves and mandarin collar. Indo-western sherwanis are made of pure quality fabrics such as silk, raw silk, linen, velvet, brocade etc. and the trims used are buttons, square pocket, brooch & metallic strings. The indo-western sherwanis have embellishments like thread work, zari, stone, zardozi, applique work & patchwork. The spectacular colour combination of these collections is suitable for weddings, ceremonies and festivals. These are for all those grooms who wish to wear fusion attire for their wedding. 

Jodhpuri sherwani

Jodhpuri sherwani is also known as Bandhgala. It has got great designs along with good colour combinations. Basically, it is a combination of kurta, dupatta and pajamas or trousers. Jodhpuri sherwani or any other type of sherwani is made by designs of Indian hand embroidery along with Nehru collar. 

Jodhpuri sherwani

Jodhpuri Sherwanis are always handmade designs which have good finishing. You can also find the sherwani in floral prints as well. 

Pakistani sherwani

Did you know that the official attire of Pakistan is Sherwani? Pakistani sherwani is the combination of Kurta, dupatta and loses Salwar pant. These sherwanis are very comfortable and in trends. Traditionally, these garments had a formal look and were strictly used for official purposes but slowly this attire has found its way into festive and wedding wear. 

Pakistani sherwani

Many designers re-introduced them to suit the tastes of the contemporary audience. 

Bengali sherwani

Bengali sherwani

Although a Bengali sherwani is not very different from the regular one, it’s the colour choices which set them apart. Bengalis prefer wearing warmer tones and red is omnipresent. This is designed to suit their tastes, which is made with a kurta of any colour with bright red dhoti. It is elaborately embroidered and paired with a trendy red dupatta.

Embroidered sherwani

Embroidered sherwani

Embroidered Sherwanis are the most popular sherwanis in comparison to their counterparts floral, simple or patterned. A sherwani with floral or leaf embroidery on the top and bottom as well as the cuffs is preferred by many grooms. It can be paired with loafers or mojris and other accessories to get that out-of-the-world your wedding look. The embroidered sherwanis look classy and elegant and are perfect for the ceremonies. 

Floral sherwani

Floral sherwani

Ditch the simple styles and opt for a fun floral print or floral embroidered sherwani for your wedding. I had seen a groom inside a wedding venue in south Delhi wearing a sherwani with dark maroon flowers amidst the olive green leaves patterns and the sherwani was looking so royal and classy. Many grooms wear floral print sherwani to coordinate well with their counterparts. 

Simple-patterned sherwani

Simple-patterned sherwani

If you are looking for a sherwani for small formal gatherings or some private ceremony at home, the simple patterned sherwani is a great choice. These sherwanis are meant for light and comfortable looks as not every occasion demand a heavy look. You can pair it up with a contrasting dupatta and pajama or dhoti to make the right outfit. 

Punjabi sherwani

Punjabi sherwani

The unique Punjabi sherwani is befitting of kings and nobles. The upper garment comprises two pieces – golden A-line Kurta and a heavily embroidered overcoat. Wear it with a traditional Safa, churidar pants and a rich dupatta to impress the crowd on your wedding. 

Asian wedding sherwani

Asian wedding sherwani

When we talk of an Asian style sherwani, it can mean for any groom either Pakistani, Indian or a Bangladeshi. This one is an amalgamation of all these cultures, along with doses of contemporary elements. This can be worn with a plain trouser and the rest of the world goes “gaga”.

Styling tips to wear a sherwani

Styling tips to wear a sherwani
  • Always take trials of Sherwani to ensure a right fit on your body. Ill-fitted outfits take away your real beauty.
  • Pick colours that suit your skin tone. While black is a safe bet, you can try colours like pastels, brown, wine and green, which are doing rounds on social media.
  • Instead of sticking to a classic Churidar, try experimenting with different bottom wear like Harem pants, Patiala. You can even go for a pre-stitched Dhoti for a fusion look.
  • Add a contrast colour shawl or dupatta for a royal look. Always follow this rule – Detailed Dupattas for light Sherwanis and plain or minimal ones with heavy Sherwanis.
  • You can pick a turban or headgear, along with a pair of ethnic footwear like Mojaris.
  • Don’t forget your accessories like beaded chains, Brooches, feathers etc.

These were some of the best designs of wedding Sherwanis for a groom to be. Which one of them is your favourite? If you have any query related to weddings or if you are searching for wedding farmhouses in Chattarpur, write to us.

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