Latest Trends in Sherwani that Every Delhi Groom Needs To Know
Part 1 -The Classics
Dear groom-to-be,casting aside the common notion that a wedding is all about the bride, we at Gargee know that you ‘Dulhe rajas’ want to look as stylish as your dulhaniya on your big day. Particularly if you are from in or around Delhi NCR, a lavish,luxe and flamboyant wedding is a must-have; nothing short of a tradition in itself. It goes without saying you must be‘dressed to kill’.It’s time to put the spotlight on our dear grooms. Let them steal the thunder from the brides for once. After all if you are going to take the plunge, you might as well do it looking grand!
So without further ado, let’s check out 7 latest trends in sherwani inspired from the best menswear designers in Delhi. Take a look at these styles and patterns in Sherwani and Indo Western and create your own blend of contemporary with more than just a touch of the traditional look.
The Classics –Chipkan, Angarkha, Jodhpuri
It’s the last minute and you haven’t yet decided on a single wedding apparel? Don’t freak-out!Our word of advice – fall back to the classics and nothing can go wrong.These three styles are the ones that can never go out of style. They reflect finesse and grandeur in every aspect. Who wouldn’t want to look like a prince on their big day?
Style#1 – Chipkan Style Sherwani: Fit for a king
Taking a leaf from the Mughal era, Chipkan style sherwanis often made to be fit for the kings. The design, the cut, the tailoring style, the gold and glitter embroidery and pearls woven in intricate patterns and motifs on the Sherwani oozes royalty in every possible way. So if you desire to look like a Mughal king on your wedding day this is the sherwani style for you. Combine the wedding wear with the right accessory like a turban, pearl and gold jewellery and juttis or mojaris and you are all set to go. One thing to keep in mind though – don’t over accessorize; set a balance.
Style#2 – AngarkhaSherwani: The perfect fit
If you, dear groom, are a fitness freak with the body of Adonis, then Angarkha is the perfect for you. An impeccably tailored Angarkha accentuates the best part of your upper body and holds every element which any other accessory would fail to provide. From the neckline style, the suit structure to the embroidered collar and cuffs, this sherwani is made to highlight a well-toned physique.
Style#3 –Jodhpuri Sherwani: The right royal
Jodhpuri is another style that speaks the royal body language; a style most popular for a stately wedding affair. After all the splend our of an extravagant wedding calls for the very best and Jodhpuri Sherwani ensures the spotlight is on you. From antique jari, jardozy, beads, sequins, stones, kundans, diamonds, resham embroidery work and brocade piping to high neck collar, sequined shoulders and cuffs and butti work all over the fabric, a custom tailored jamevar sherwani has got everything covered for you.
These classic styles are a textbook choice to fall on to if you are confused and cannot decide on a particular designer wedding wear. Pick the style that suits you the best and get it tailored to perfection from Gargee Designers in Delhi providing the best tailoring services.
If you want to be a bit more unconventional try sherwanis with contemporary styles like Indo western, Achkan, Pakistani and the jacket style to add a modern edge.
In our earlier blog we’ve covered the classic, traditional styles like Chipkan, Angarkha, Jodhpuri style sherwani. These designs are perfect if you want a royal, sophisticated and princely look.
Though the classics are a good to go for any wedding, a modern man might want to shrug off the age old traditional look and go for something more upbeat, groovy, yet smart and cohesive; a wedding suit that portrays his modernity and individuality. We would suggest any of the below styles for our ultramodern groom. Because even if the classics are a comfort to fall back on, contemporary styles are the ones that make you rock at your own wedding.
Part 2 -The Contemporary Fusion
Stye#4 – Indo Western Sherwani– A Touch of Novelty
A fine fusion of traditional with just the right touch of modern makes Indo western Sherwanis the trendsetter in the current wedding wear for men. From choicest fabrics be it silk, raw silk or velvet in vibrant and contrasting hues to simple or fancy embellishments, these sherwanis are a complete package for any groom. The best part is that Indo Western styles look good on any body type and effortlessly make you look grand and modish all at once. Complement the sherwani with smart, stylish bottoms like peshwari dhoti, churidar or simple slacks and a matching dupatta and you are all set to shine.
Style#5 – Achkan Style Sherwani – Stay a-la-mode
For the gorgeous, the bold and a bit “hatke” groom who loves to stay au fait with the latest runway trends and wants to shun the age old traditional look, Achkan sherwani is the thing for you. Though deceptively simple yet far from being boring, Achkan stands as the most popular style that has invaded the ramps and now the wedding scenes making it a happening one. Be it velvet, silk, raw silk or khaki materials elaborated with bold gold buttons and / or elegant embroidery on the cuff, the collar and front, this sherwani style is in itself enough to give you the regal yet chic edge. Pair it with a contrasting dhoti pajama or churidar and a jacket for making your own style statement.
Style#6 – Pakistani Sherwani – A sufi romance
Pakistan might be a lot of things but when it comes to their rich, opulent and stylish sherwani designs they add a grace like no other. This exceptional sherwani style has made its way in the Indian couture and Indian wedding scene. Characterized by band gala and intricate embellishments adorning the neckline, arms and cuffs, and the all too structured bodice, if custom tailored to perfection these sherwanis add a charm to any body type making you stand out among the crowd. Pakistani sherwanis look best when paired with churidars.
Style#7 – Jacket Style Sherwani – Making a statement
Want to add a princely glamour to your look? An immaculately well-tailored jawahar jacket is all you need to sharpen your look. Making use of the classic fabric like the tusser, raw silk, Jamwar stone wash and Banarasi to add the classiness, these sherwani jackets are further known for their antique motifs, sequined work or zardosi work. The kurti worn under the jacket are mostly plain and simple to balance off the heavy jacket work. Long pajama, churidar or even broad/flared pants go seamlessly well with Jacket style sherwanis. Best match them with contemporary juttis to add that extra zing to your look.
As always we can never impress more on the importance of a perfectly tailored suit to look you’re the best for your wedding. It is recommended to get custom tailoring done for your choice sherwani style from any best bespoke tailor in Delhi rather than off-the-rack suits. Choices are many if you go searching for it, but selecting the one style that fits your personality is what makes all the difference.