Your ultimate shaadi style guide:- getting hitched anytime soon?
A complete guide for bride & groom the perfect day!!
Groom – While men wear mostly consist of predictable colors like cream, brown, black & greys. Shades of pink, yellow & orange makes it more refreshing change. Explore your new found love for drapes in form of shawls, dhotis pants, and draped kurta, asymmetrical tunics, flowy coats .These work on man who are tall and have a lean fit body. Fabrics like brocades, Metallic jacquards give a traditional touch and royal look for the outfit. If you thought sheer was only made for women, you are wrong Men can take it to another level with smart embroidery fabrics on nets, patterned with a smart cut. A simple bandh gala kurta with sheer, striped chuddidar pants is enough to draw attention.
Words of wisdom: -Designer Tarun Tahilani – “A Groom’s outfit can be just as exciting as the bride‘s go all out with tradional accessories like safa ,kamarbandh,,heavy pearl or emerald necklace, choose fabric like brocades , jacquards, Dyed fabrics rich in texture for your wedding outfits. “Bride and grooms are becoming more aware of fashion while they are adapting and adopting style from films, they are extremely individualistic, they just don’t want to copy designs blindly and they are now open to no so traditional shades and modern silhouettes clothes with pop of colors and interesting fits and cuts ‘. For the Wedding Reception think of impressive masculine looks. Wear a practical clothing as per the climate velvet blazer would be perfect during winters or blazer designed from a value added fabric .During summer time you can select a printed fabric or light embroidery blazer with a slim-fitted trousers .Dark tones are advisable for evening occasion colors like burgundy , navy blue ,emerald-green ,black for winters . Summer reception outfit can as well look good with such colors but I personally would not mind advising for a soothing summer colors like Pink, sky-blue, off-whites, cream, lemon yellow, c-green with a pearl or diamond accessories for some flamboyance.
Don’t just stick to classic sherwanis try experimenting with mordern cuts and mix tradional classy sherwanis with dhoti or a quilted Namo jacket with shirts and jodpuri trousers,brech away from everything pridictable provided you have the confidence to be different.
Choose to wear a waist coat under your tux. A three- piece is really popular this season — they not only look good, but a three-piece also gives you the freedom to experiment with contrast and color combinations. Mismatch is the way to go. The trousers and the jackets of the suit could be of the same color, while the waistcoats could be a contrast. A patterned shirt with your tux or sherwani, or a patterned tie or quirky printed bow-tie for your reception could make a style statement.
Indian Brides : More and more brides are aping for lehangas with sexier cuts and dhoti- style sarees with long jackets over strippes blouses . There is a sprinkling of indian western hybrid gowns,fine emroidery and volume created with the help of brocades as well as sheer fabrics .To sum it up with, there is a sense of exquisitence to everlasting”.
When planning an outfit for your wedding recreates the magic of Royal looks like queens. Opt a color palette from deep Persian blues with a tint of beige,ivory and rose .Opt for your fabrics like shimmer nets, sequence embroidered fabric, banarasi silk fabric, as per the need of the outfit design. Tell your designer to be playful with rich fabrics to give grace and elegance to the outfit. After all it’s a big day of your life. To add some drama and give your silhouette a contempory twist. The idea to create light weight outfit still looks wedding-worthy and the same time is easy and convenient to carry.
Think mystical romance to add a touch of mystery and romance to a classic Indian look through flowy silhouette’s and gracias drapes. Every Indian sangeet is all about shaking a leg & having fun without holding yourself back so a pre drape sari that is secured at the shoulder work a great alternate to the predictable ghaghra choli.
The Indian touch:
Red is an official shaadi color and can never go out of style this is always liked color since ages. Focus on cuts and style and unique motifs a flared paneled lengha with exquisite embroidery and emblishments make focal point of your wedding outfit.