What can men wear to an Indian Wedding?

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Bored of wearing same old clothes to all the weddings? Well, then, it might be the right time to go for shopping and upgrade your wardrobe. Men often complaint that while women have hundreds of different options to choose from, men have no options. It is no longer true. Even men these days have multiple options to choose from. Here are some of them:

Suits & Blazers:

Come what may nothing is going to replace suits from men as their first choice to a wedding. Suits are apt for all sorts of weddings, and related functions, whether the wedding is of a closed one, a distant relative, a friend or your own wedding. Once you have decided to go for suits or blazers, you may go out or choose online from a variety of designs ranging from formal suits to designer party wear blazers and trouser combos. Don’t forget to match your attire with a perfect pair of shoes, matching ties, pocket square and Titan watches for men. To add a little more glint, you may also pin up a designer brooch.

Besides the formal two piece suits, there are also options to choose from Jodhpuri and Bandhgalas that makes a perfect choice for wearing to an Indian wedding.

Party Wear Kurtas:

Another great choice, especially during the summers, is to wear an ethnic kurta pyjama. You may also replace the pyjama with a dhoti. Off-white, fawn and maroon coloured kurta in silk, linen or cotton are the foremost choice. However, you may choose any other colour of your choice. Add a Nehru jacket to your kurta, whether in contrast or matching colours, along with stoles and mojris.

Sherwani:

There can be nothing more perfect than a Sherwani to wear to an Indian wedding. At present Sherwanis are in a trend for the grooms, at least in a north-Indian wedding. Even the closest friends and relatives can be seen wearing Sherwanis. They are available in all kinds of colours and when matched with a stole and turban they give one a royal look,

Indo-Western:

If you think Sherwani is too garish while suits are too formal, Indo-western is what you are looking for. A perfectly fitted Indo-western matched with balloon fit pyjama, churidar or dhoti can we wore on all kinds of functions. Add a stole along with mojri and turban to complete the look.