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12 Fashionable Stoles for Debonair Grooms

12 Fashionable Stoles for Debonair Grooms

Gone are the days when styling and getting all decked-up was only for brides. The millennial grooms are paying equal attention to how they want to style their look for their big day. There is absolutely no hesitation in wearing ‘Manarkalis’, unbeatable hues & edgy styles and taking them a notch up with accessories, embellishments and brooches.

Out of the plethora of options, grooms can choose to accessorise their looks, wearing a stole is something that tops the list. This piece of clothing not only completes his look but also adds a dash of royalty! And who wouldn’t want to look princely on such a special occasion aka their wedding? Here we have selected 12 stole and dupatta designs for grooms that are absolutely swoon-worthy! Take a look…

1. Intricately Designed Kashmiri Craft Shawl

Source: Manish Malhotra In frame: Karan Johar

The beauty of Kashmiri craft and heritage reflects in this Manish Malhotra Sozni shawl along with the authentic vintage zari border. It is beautiful to see the very stylish Karan Johar in this combination of heritage craft with luxurious red Shaneel sherwani with zardozi buttons.

2. The Ethnic Velvet Stole

Source: Diipa Büller-Khosla दीपा Photos: FIH FOTOGRAFIE  & Zohaib Ali Groom: Oleg E.H. Büller-Khosla Outfits: Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Slipping into Sabyasachi outfit, Oleg for his Indian wedding made sure to add classy stole to his attires taking his looks a notch above! A Marsala velvet stole with minimal border definitely made him look regal. 

3. Kashmiri Hand-embroidered Shawl

Source: Rohit Bal Official

Solid black sherwani with a hand-embroidered shawl with a Karakul cap from Kashmir is completely charming!

4. The Famous Ranveer Singh Sherwani

Source: Rohit Bal Official In frame: Ranveer Singh

The ever so handsome Ranveer Singh, looking dapper in Rohit Bal’s intricately embroidered sherwani with a gold thread work with a matching dupatta that added a regal touch to his outfit.

5. Simple yet Elegant Shawl with Embellished Borders

Source: GROOMSOFSABYASACHI Photo Courtesy: Charmi Patel Peña Groom: Saheelan Sinnarajah

Saheelan Sinnarajah wearing an embroidered Sabyasachi sherwani, paired with a shawl in a monotone hue with sequined embroidered borders is royalty redefined!

6. The 20th Century Inspired Stole

Source: Rimple & Harpreet Narula

An ecru hued handloom chanderi silk angrakha paired with an embroidered stole.  The motifs and embroidery are derived from an early 20th-century, made using Kasab work and resham. 

7. Tassled Pastel Dupatta 

Source: Diwan Saheb Official

Ivory hand-embroidered sherwani with a pastel, pista green dupatta with fuchsia borders perfectly accentuate the look. 

8. Chanderi Silk Stole 

Source: Rimple & Harpreet Narula

An ivory raw silk sherwani. is paired with an ivory chanderi silk stole with such-gota textures and embroidered borders. 

9. Mix and Match Shawl

Source: Diwan Saheb Official

A pastel sherwani, with a coordinated luxe shawl, bordered with the fabric of the sherwani is a simple yet fabulous idea to accentuate your look!

10. The Dupatta Drape

Source: Manyavar In frame: Virat Kohli

The golden tulle dupatta is a work of intricate detailing of gold sequins and a delicate lace design to create the perfect look.

11. Luxe Contrast Velvet Stole

Source: Diwan Saheb Official In frame: Neil Nitin Mukesh

Contrasting subtle pink-hued embroidered sherwani and black luxe velvet bordered stole looks extremely princely.

12. Printed Floral Dupatta 

Source: Manyavar In frame: Virat Kohli

 Dapper midnight blue suit paired with a velvety floral printed dupatta for ultimate sophistication. 

To conclude, there are many permutations and combinations you can try while giving your attire an edge. We hope the above will spark some ideas!

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