Manyavar’s latest collection is a delight for every groom to be!
You know, we often say it is easier easy for men than women when it comes to shopping. But we also forget that men freak out when it comes to weddings and get very confused whenever the topic of ‘wedding wear’ comes up! I ran behind my brother for 3 months for him to decide on his sherwani. Finally a month before his wedding he waltzed into a Manyavar store, selected his sherwani in a day and was the happiest child ever!
He said it was simple for him as their latest collection bowled him over.
Manyavar’s new line showcases an exceptional range of sherwanis, Indo-westerns and kurta jackets, specially curated for the wedding season, which is also a fresh approach to men’s ethnic fashion. It is a mix of regal elegance & amp; edgy refinement, to fit all traditional yet contemporary looks. Ranging from structured silhouettes to antiquated zardozi embroidery, the range is specially curated for the modern man.
Virat Kohli, an ardent fan of Manyavar says, “I loved Manyavar’s unique collection for the season. There are lots of different hues and cuts in store this season. For myself, I chose a very stylish mid-night blue double-breasted outfit with an asymmetrical cut. I think it made me look really suave.”
What is stopping you when Virat Kohli himself approves of Manyavar? Maybe a glimpse of their new collection will convince you!
1. Soft peach sherwani embellished with gold floral design and intricate zardozi work and adorned with gold tulle dupatta.
2. A midnight blue bandhgala in textured fabric evokes a combination of western silhouettes and a plush Indian touch.
3. Traditional kurta in brocade, embellished with intricate motifs for a dash of ethnicity.
4. A nawabi kurta-jacket in royal blue hue, with traditional motifs in contrast detailing and zari stitch line collar.
5. An asymmetric kurta jacket in brocade fabric with stitch line collar.
6. A quirky ensemble with a trendy printed jacket and a contrast kurta.
7. A meticulously hand embroidered kurta in bright yellow hue.
8. A suave wine indo-western in asymmetrical hemline adorned with a classic beige dupatta.
9. An offbeat mint green indo-western embellished with zari detailing in collar and edged with antique buttons.
I am sure you are totally convinced now! If
there’s a wedding, there’s only one dress code to follow – #DressCodeManyavar