5 Manarkali Options that Grooms can Rock on their Wedding Day!

5 Manarkali Options that Grooms can Rock on their Wedding Day!

Anarkali is a popular drape for women but have you ever heard of a ‘manarkali’? It is basically an Anarkali for a man and looks incredibly stylish. The cut was worn by kings and rulers so it has always been around – the trend just shifted from the monarch to the women but is now making a comeback for grooms in a big way. From fit to flared, floral prints to block colours, there is much that a groom can experiment with his manarkali. Here are five incredible options: 

 

Play with Colours

 

Image Source: Naman Verma

Outfit by: Sabyasachi

 

This groom wore a Sabyasachi outfit – printed cotton angarkha and an embroidered silk Bundi – for his wedding day. The yellow and green combination is refreshing and works well for a morning wedding. 

 

Add on a Gilet

 

Image Source: Errikos Andreou

Outfit by: Sabyasachi

 

Ranveer Singh is known for his eccentric and unconventional fashion sense, and he did not disappoint during his wedding celebrations. For his Mehendi ceremony, Ranveer Singh was seen wearing a printed khadi Anarkali and churidar teamed with a couture gilet. It is a subtle colour combination that fits perfectly into any wedding colour scheme. 

 

Bring in the Sunshine

 

Image Source: Dream Diaries Photography

Outfit by: Anju Modi

 

A yellow Anarkali or angarkha? Yes, please! The colour is all about happy vibes and liveliness. The groom can totally don the colour and pair it with cream churidars and dupatta/shawl.

 

Feelin’ Mustard

 

Image Source: Charu Dutt Chitrak

Outfit by: Gaurav Khanijo

 

You can also play around with layering the manarkali with a suit of some kind. In this case, the cream anarkali/angarkha has been paired with a mustard bandhgala – classic and elegant combination that will definitely score some fashion points.

 

Royalty Personified

 

Image Source: Artcapture Productions

Outfit by: Rimple & Harpreet

 

The pistachio green silk outfit from Rimple & Harpreet is hand-crafted with traditional Varq ka Kaam motifs interspersed with zardozi and marodi embroidery rendered using dabka and Kashmiri tilla. The look radiates royalty and luxury!

 

So, grooms, it’s time to ditch the same styles of kurtas and go for a manarkali!

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