5 Ethnic Wear Ideas for Grooms
Nowadays, grooms too pay a lot of attention to what they wear and how to accessorize it all. Options may seem bleak but there is actually a lot to play with and several creative ways that can help a groom decide his outfit. Here are 5 ideas that the groom can consider for his ethnic wear:
Gone are the days when floral prints were considered as ‘feminine’. With time, men can be seen wearing the print in several creative ways. It is also a popular option for grooms, featuring on their kurtas, Nehru jackets and even turbans!
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Bandhgala kurtas look so classy! Also known as a Jodhpuri suit, this formal and traditional attire looks really great at all Indian wedding celebrations. Also, don’t be afraid to experiment with the colours and prints for your bandhgala. You can always pair this with dhoti pants.
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Feel like trying out more edgy and out-of-the-box kurta options? How about one with an asymmetrical cut? Your look will definitely stand out from the crowd of A-lines and straight cuts. To keep the asymmetrical kurta as the highlight of your outfit, pair it with a plain colour churidar.
Angarkhas are considered the predecessors of bandhgalas. Every region has its own take on the angarkha but the bottom is flared in most designs. The groom can always go for this kind of ethnic for his Mehendi or Haldi ceremony and pair it with churidars.
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If nothing else works, go crazy with the colours! Neon is really in fashion right now and you should definitely consider the colour palette for your wedding ethnic wear.
Which one would you choose?