It is no longer needed for the groom to dress in a workaday beige Sherwani or a solid Bandhgala for the wedding. An array of choices in Sherwani for men has surged in recent years like Anarkali Sherwani, pleated Sherwani, open Sherwani, etc. Grooms customarily have an inclination towards neutral and muted shades like beige, nude-based, beige-ish grey, ivory, etc for the wedding ceremony. They are a commonly opted palette of shades due to the ease it offers in terms of accessorizing or styling an ethnic Indian groom’s ensemble or its utility for different wedding-related events and occasions. To break the accustomed tendency and provide inspo to move away from muted and neutral hues, we trace our favorite picks in Falguni Shane Peacock Sherwani for men in the bold blue hue that are ad rem to add the ‘blue blood’ opulence to the groom’s aura.
The Falguni Shane Peacock Sherwani in midnight blue is crafted with intricate embroidered details in metal threads. The ensemble is replete with elaborate baroque and floral motifs and is teamed with raw silk pants. It could be opted for the wedding ceremony or an extravagant reception social.
If you wish to go subtle on the details, pick an aesthetically embroidered Sherwani like this navy blue number by Falguni Shane Peacock. The Sherwani is paired with raw silk trousers. You could accessorize the ensemble with statement jewellery and mojari shoes for your wedding ceremony.
Indulge in the ethnic Indian fantasy and opt for a Sherwani for men deluged with elaborate motifs. This Falguni Shane Peacock Sherwani accomplishes the same couture desire by including architectural motifs crafted with multicolored threads. Opt for an outfit like this for an opulent wedding reception.
You could move away from a standard Bandhgala or a button-down Sherwani for men and pick an open style Sherwani like this navy blue, embroidered Falguni Shane Peacock outfit. The ensemble makes a dapper pick for the groom for the wedding ceremony or a reception function.