Apart from deciding on the wedding photographer, wedding invitations, trousseau, and planning it out altogether, wedding jewellery is one of the most important aspects of an Indian wedding. The bride and groom both indulge in many intricate details while choosing their choice of wedding jewellery for their D-Day. Often, a groom’s jewellery is ignored when it comes to choosing the perfect pieces. Wedding Affair recommends some of the must-have gold accessories that a groom should style on his wedding, reception, or other ceremonies.
As we started our list of extra touches for the groom and groomsmen, this question came to mind… is there such a thing as too many accessories for a husband-to-be? A general rule of thumb is to allow one statement piece. One looks polished and put together, whereas multiple suit accessories compete with each other and make your overall look feel cheap. Try these recommended by us and be sure to impress one and all with your style sense and classy look.
Today, a Turban with Kalgi accessories have become a fashion item, most often seen in both Hindu and Muslim weddings, where a ‘Readymade Topi (hat) is donned by the Groom. These readymade turbans serve to make the Groom a ‘Prince’ for the day. The Kalgi is normally worn on the front of the turban and consists of a single feather or a cluster of feathers worn as an ornament which forms a plume.
A groom looks dapper in an Indian sherwani adorned with a layered neckpiece. Especially when the necklace is gold, it accentuates the look to new levels. Either a chunky gold statement necklace or layers of chains worn together as accessories on a sherwani look super classy.
Whether he prefers a classic timepiece or techy gadget, there is no denying men love watches and accessories. While it’s easy to compare a man’s love for watches to a woman’s love for handbags, men can easily accentuate their wedding looks with a classy gold watch.
Brooch accessories not only multiply the level of suave in the look but also lend soft touches to the overall personality of the groom. Brooches, when adorned with chains, also provide a vintage effect to the aura. Golden brooches, when adorned with gold accessories, can prove to be the greatest culmination for a groom’s outfit.
Cufflinks might find a traditional association with men’s semiformal evening wear (the tuxedo ensemble), but the versatile little fasteners can fill a surprising range of wardrobe roles. So long as you’ve got a long-sleeved shirt with the requisite holes in the cuff, you can work cufflink accessories into just about any outfit. Groom can easily carry a dapper look with these for his reception.
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