With the wedding season around the corner, all we hear is everyone talking about the bride, and what she will wear and how pretty she is going to look. But, hold on, she is marrying someone, right? So what about the groom? He is equally important, isn't he? Yes, of course. Thus, today we have the most helpful guide you will ever find on how to choose a sherwani this wedding season!
When picking your wedding sherwani, please do take your fiancée along; at least don't forget to consult her about your choice of sherwani. Know the colour of her joda and make sure that the sherwani you choose is not of a similar colour or even of a colour that is completely contrasting. Your aim is to dress up in a way that both your outfits complement each other, just like the two of you are meant to for the rest of your life.
Although you must try your best to pick a sherwani that complements the wedding trousseau of your bride, you need to also understand what looks good on you. The sherwani you choose should also complement your skin tone and body type. Light coloured sherwani with large embroidery or prints is not ideal for the heavy man, while dark colours will make a skinny groom look skinnier.
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Let's get this straight; it's your wedding, you need to look good, and a poor quality fabric will not do that for you. If the material is cheap then no matter how stunning the embroidery it still won't be able to make the sherwani look good. So spend a few bucks on a sherwani with nice fabric. Not asking you to buy something out of your budget, but why not go for the best you can afford?
Your sherwani can complement you and your bride, and can be of a premium fabric, but, if in the end it doesn't fit you well, then really what's the point of the rest? Ill fitted clothes can make you look short or fat or both, when you aren't really either. Also, if it does not fit properly then it won't really be that comfortable to wear, and comfort is pivotal considering the long hours you are going to spend in the spotlight interacting with guests.
Again, it's your wedding. Monochrome sherwanis or dual coloured ones are good for your friend's or brother's wedding; but for your own, give them a sure shot skip. Don't even look at them at the boutique. Pick a sherwani that impresses and will make you stand out from the crowd, because after all you are the groom, you need to be the centre of attention (after your bride that is :P).
Follow these basic essentials on how to choose a sherwani and look amazingly dashing on your wedding day!