We have seen our desi dulhas enter the wedding with their traditional swag and we can’t help but admire them every time. The entire attire from the pagrri to sherwani to khussa helps them pull off a complete transformation from a regular working man to prince charming. That’s the beauty of wedding attires. The sherwanis recently are going through the experimentation process by the dulhas who are trying out a variety of designs that either complement the weather, are color coordinated with the bride’s attire or have added a twist to the traditional sherwani. Let’s have a look at some of the trending designs:
This is one of the trend that is gaining momentum day-by-day. The pastel hues in a sherwani are especially popular at day weddings when both the bride and the groom coordinate colours with each other to present the perfect couple look.
You want heads to turn? Go for something dark with embroidery that stands out and you are ready to awestruck everyone! This particular look shows your confidence and is especially suitable for winter weddings. You can pair the dark, bold look with accessories to bring out the knight in you and take your bride away on your horse.
Always a winner! Dulhas look nothing less than a Mughal king carrying classy embroidered shawls. If the groom has a simple sherwani, a full embroidered shawl gives it the grace it requires. Velvet is usually the top choice so give your attire the kingly look it demands.
It takes a lot of confidence to go monochrome at your wedding! This trend has been catching up and the dulhas are approaching it with complete conviction. From pagrri to khusa to accessories and the sherwani itself, they wear the same colour which basically makes you stand out both aesthetically and because of course you’re the dulha.
We all like to add a little bit of twist to the traditional version of things and sherwani is no different. The wedding world is experimenting with it and we tend to see a lot of variety in how the sherwani is going to look in a few years starting now.
Grooms are paying much more attention to their attire than they used to before and with the emergence of so many talented designers bringing out options for the grooms to choose from, the sherwanis are sure going to stand out from the rest of the crowd.
What other sherwani trends have you spotted? Let us know in the comments below!