We have already talked so much about the bridal trousseau but now it’s time to focus on the groom’s look. So this blog is mainly dedicated to all soon-to-be groom of this season.
Like brides, grooms try to look their traditional best on the D-day and that’s why Sherwani is unanimously the most preferred outfit for the wedding. But not only the Men’s apparel, but their wedding accessories should also reflect their royal choice. Followings are some amazingly stylish men’s accessories to bring out the perfect concord between the traditional look and the ethnic outfit.
Topor: Bengali groom’s look is incomplete without a wedding Topor. This light accessory is made of shola. The sholapith stone and intricate bead works give it a modern touch. You can try this decorative piece instead of turban for the most vital day in your life. Both bride and groom can tie topor on their forehead with a thread. You can team up your white topor with your dhoti.
Dhoti: If you want to don a quintessentially traditional look on your nuptial dhoti-kurta will be the best outfit to complement your elegant style. The ready made dhoti is available in free size which can be paired with sherwani or kurta. Whether you opt for a white dhoti or a colorful silk dhoti with zari border, make sure to team it up with a vibrant mojri.
Mojri: Mojris are available in a variety of colors and you need to pick the right color that will go well with your wedding outfit. The festival of marriage demands glitz and shine. The handmade light mojri is comfortable for the groom and available in different sizes. Believe us or not, your sisters-in-law will not have the courage to misplace this fabulous piece of footwear. So don’t forget to add Mojri in your shopping cart.
Turban: Turban is a must to match the regal wedding trousseau. This accessory is mostly carried by the North Indian and Rajasthani groom. A beautifully embroidered velvet turban with fitted brooch pin will set you class apart on the auspicious occasion. Carefully choose the turban that complements your outfit. You can also choose a contrasting color but don’t forget to choose the bright hues. A vermilion red turban is adequate enough to elevate your style from an elementary to an enthralling groom.
Chunni: Groovy groom must try to beat his beaming bride in the style quotient by perfectly teaming up his outfit with accessories. Chunni is another accessory that you can carry with your sherwani. Either you drape it on your shoulder or you can fold it around your neck. Both the styles are hit and go brilliantly with traditional costume. So get ready to appear like a prince wearing an embellished sherwani with matching chunni.
These accessories will surely accentuate your look on your nuptial day. You can get all of them at Sareez.com at an affordable price. So gear up to collect your wedding accessories today!