Organizing an Indian wedding is a difficult process. The preparations can take several months and can drive even the most prepared families insane. Much attention is paid to the outfit of the bride-to-be, so that the groom’s repertoire eventually plays an additional role. But let’s face it, why should women have all the fun?
An Indian wedding, with its myriad pre-wedding rituals and gatherings, is the ideal opportunity to channel your deepest sartorialist and experiment with a variety of traditional menswear. Do not know what to wear to the important functions. We have the solutions for you.
The Bandi/Nehru Jacket
A bandi set is the true MVP of a traditional men’s wardrobe – it can quickly brighten up a plain kurta, can be combined and contrasted to be worn in a number of different ways, and is quite comfortable. What a one-off classic! It is available in a wide variety of patterns, colors, textures and embroidery. It looks great layered over an eye-catching design or a Kurta in an understated color. Wear a solid color over a clear design or tone-on-tone.
The Bandhgala is an elegant and formal suit. It is also known as the Jodhpuri because it originated in the royal city of Jodhpur in the nineteenth century. Popularly referred to as the ‘oriental tuxedo’, this suit consists of a closed-collar structural jacket that falls below the waist and is paired with slim trousers or slacks. For a contemporary Sangeet style, a layered open bandh gala with a kurta and pants is a great option. Dress it up with a rich evening-ready color or complementary handicrafts.
Who said Angrakhas was only for women? Look how these magnificent gentlemen Angrakha showed us that we are all wrong! This wedding dress is an example of that. Wedding attire should always be airy and comfortable, and Angrakha is usually a favorite for the wedding party. Combined with neutral drape, this trendy hand-embroidered ensemble radiates beauty in every way. Pair this gorgeous ensemble with some classic jutti, and you’re good to go!
While grooms may not be given many options, each community has its own customs around the attire. The kilangi or sarpech, a bejeweled decoration worn on the turban on the wedding day, is a popular decoration. These are often made of diamonds with feather decorations. They can also experiment with adding several strands of colorful gems, a jeweled brooch, or uncut gems or diamond buttons to your jacket or jewelry.
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