When it comes to wedding attires for men, the sherwani will always be the ultimate choice of attire. No doubt, this is one of the most everlasting and safest option for men's fashion since time immemorial. And of course, it also works as the Indian counterpart to the top coat.
With the latest fashion for men, you can find highly embellished, mock – maharaja versions, which is the most appropriate outfit for India grooms. The new choices include a sleek and modern style, which can be worn at any other occasion except the wedding.
Given below is the ultimate guide to wearing a sherwani, providing you the perfect opportunity to dress up and pare it down in ease:
Blue Steel look: Looking stand out, but yet keep the limelight off you for a dressy evening? A finely tailored sherwni, will do the trick. Opt for shade in Prussian Blue, and pair it with Kurta in the same shade, along with trousers in jet black. Get a pair of dress shoes in brown or black to complete the outfit. To complete the classic gentleman's look, add a pocket square.
Runway look: If you are looking to put a touch of individuality in your attire, you can opt for a sherwani, as a band – collared long coat. You can pair it with a smart trousers, slim jeans, or even loose slacks. To complete the look, you can alternate between leather boots, dress shoes or even smart loafers. Play with prints, or block colors that suit your personality, as it is latest fashion for men. However, in the end, ensure that you do have the confidence to carry it off with ease.
Monotone Magic: Do you love bling but hate sporting chunky jewellery? Here is the perfect alternate solution for your man jewellery. Opt for tone on tone textures that trump gaudy embroidery, on any given day. Pair this attire with volume pants and slick brogues, to complete the whole look. Don't forget to throw in a simple pocket square.
Layer up: Layering up would be the last thing you would think with a sherwani, but with the right choice, it would look perfect. An adequate sherwani, over a kurta along with fitting churidar or salwar, in a shade darker than the sherwani works best. Ensure that your sherwani is well cut and comfortable. Ensure that your fabric falls well, and keep the embellishment minimum. Pair it with classy dress shoes and you're ready to paint the town red with your wear.
Prints Charming: The last thing you would think of is prints for any men's fashion. But hey, that's the trend right now! Opt for a floral top coat, over a simple office shirt and jodhpurs, and your good to go. For a bit of an iridescence adventure, mix it up.
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