In the modern days, the groom’s attire in an Indian wedding means a heavy wedding sherwani. Sherwani is a long coat type of attire and is traditionally associated with aristocracy from earlier era. The wedding sherwani is normally paired with churidar and sometimes kahara pajama.
Sherwani was worn in the Mughal era by the royals and nobles or was used as court dress. From the late 18th century it was started to be generally adopted. It has now become almost normal for Indian grooms to wear sherwani on their wedding, generally accompanied with turban of bright colors. Wedding sherwanis have embroidered collars and they have embroidery work on sleeves and body as well. These are made of fabrics like velvet, brocade and silk, which is one of the most popular fabric of wedding sherwani.
The wedding sherwani signifies grace and stylishness with ethnic pride. Traditional wedding sherwani can make wedding day of a groom even more wonderful as it represents elegancy and richness. High class wedding sherwanis collection featuring striking embroidery and vibrant colors are available for those grooms who want to bring splendor and class of royalty at their wedding.