Make the most of your intimate, minimalist wedding in 2021 by creating an exquisite wedding look. The fashion trends and fads in wedding couture have flipped in recent years for both bridal and grooms’ styles. A well-chiselled and refined tuxedo for the evening of cocktail social or an adorned Anarkali Sherwani for men for the wedding, it is of utmost importance to plan, accessorize, and style the look for every event authentically and aesthetically.
From weeks and months of scouting for designer Sherwani for men for your wedding, you may have witnessed what is in and what is trending in Sherwani for groom. Opting muted shades and neutral hues for your wedding Sherwani has always worked well for a wedding ceremony. Intricate traditional detailing over beige, ivory, and nude hues are one of the most opted kinds of Sherwani for men. Find more about such styles with these Falguni Shane Peacock Sherwani for men.
An off-white, raw silk designer Sherwani for men for the wedding ceremony will suffice in giving you a subtle and sophisticated look. The embroidered Sherwani by Falguni Shane Peacock, with a mandarin collar, is crafted exquisitely with off-white silk threads over ethnic and floral motifs. The Sherwani is teamed with silk trousers of the same hue.
Explore the shades and tones that compliment you. The pale mauve, raw silk designer Sherwani for men, adorned with chrome applique detailing on grid motifs, is befitting for an intimate engagement ceremony or wedding reception. Pair the ensemble with a traditional groom’s turban and Mojari shoes for a day wedding.
Opt for a dainty, off-white hued Sherwani for groom, crafted with ethnic motifs for an effortless groom’s look. The Falguni Shane Peacock Sherwani for men is intricately embroidered with raw silk threads. Accessorize the ensemble with an elaborate neckpiece and ethnic shoes of a similar tone.
Create the ultimate engagement or intimate reception look by teaming an ethnic Kurta for men with a Bandi or Nehru Jacket. The Bandi set by Falguni Shane Peacock includes a silk Kurta and trousers teamed with an adorned Bandi, replete with chrome applique detailing on miniature grid motifs. The ensemble could also work for a groomsman on the wedding day.
You could also replace your workaday button-down Sherwani for men with an open-Sherwani style. This number by Falguni Shane Peacock could enable a groom to attain the ultimate traditional dapper look for the wedding day or the reception ceremony. The beige-ish grey open Sherwani includes a silk Kurta and a pair of trousers with a full-sleeved, long ethnic jacket replete with chrome applique detailing.