Many say that it’s easy for men to shop than women. But we understand that it’s equally overwhelming for men to freak out when it comes to weddings and can get confused when the topic of “wedding attire comes up. Currently, one of the trending brands is Manyavar who showcases a mind-blowing range of sherwanis, Indo-westerns and kurta jackets which is specifically designed for weddings. Taking a refreshing approach to men’s ethnic fashion blending contemporary style with conventional mode, it ranges from silhouettes to zardozi embroidery premeditated for the modern man. Check out these Top 7 Manyavar outfits for the groom-to-be.
Virat Kohli, ace cricketer and pride of India who is also an ardent fan of Manyavar says, “I love Manyavar’s unique collection for the season. There are lots of different hues and cuts available in store this season. For myself, I chose a very stylish mid-night blue double-breasted outfit with an asymmetrical cut. I think it made me look really suave.”
1. This groom looks dapper in his sea-green achkan that makes him look like a star for his Bollywood-styled sangeet.
2. The placated shade and textures on this groom’s sherwani are elegantly paired with a peach safa, dupatta and sunglasses making him perfect as a summer groom.
3. This Maharashtrian groom knows how to style himself. He combined the dull gold achkan with a crimson dhoti creating an impressive look.
4. Keeping it simple and minimal, this groom looks stylish in his bandhgala.
5. Hitting a home run, this groom portrayed his Indian side by pairing his kurta and bandi combination.
6. Giving us a memorable look, this groom steals the show with a sherwani with understated motifs and a stole with a stunning border.
7. Looking every bit regal, this Indian groom dresses elegantly in the velvet achkan paired flawlessly with the floral drape.
We hope you loved our Manyavar outfits for the groom. Manyavar has been delivering amazing fashion-forward gents’ attire from the past two decades and every piece reflects their deep consideration of the Indian couture. So, which style are going to choose for your big day?