Ethnic Fashion trends for the Groom-to-be

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This season, engage in some trending vogue and be a crowd puller. Pull off the current de-rigeuer ethnic wears. We walk you through the bests’ of 2016, presented by the connoisseurs of the industry.

The Eternal Color

Picked right out of Manish Malhotra’s Persia-inspired collection called “The Persian Story”, the black sherwani overalls with the contrasting red, making it a very appealing outfit. Wearing the sherwani will kill two birds with a single stone as it is appropriate for the prevailing winters while giving you a dapper and elegant look. Demonstrating the collection is Fawad Khan, wearing a warm, dark-hued sherwani featuring a golden embroidery on its pocket.

Dress up in the attire and slay it on your wedding day.

Dhoti days

Dhotis are eternal and is often the essence of an Indian Wedding. They add to the charisma of the groom and enhances their personality. Master the art of wearing a dhoti by taking clue from Anita Dogre’s collection ‘Epic Love’, inspired from the Mughal era to exhibit a royal look. Establish some style while you draw inspiration from the roots.

Don a Dupatta

Dupattas are totally hot now-a-days. The current in-vogue representative of Androgynous fashion is being teamed up into interesting ethnic wear looks. Sherwanis with interestingly bright dupattas are the way to go. Learn the look from Designer Varun Bahl’s “Vintage Garden collection”, manifesting a symphony of sophisticated colors and textures. For a minimalistic look, team an embroidered dupatta with a solid coloured sherwani.

Jacket Jazz

The traditional and embroidered jacket patterns for men are an amazing trend as it retains the traditionalism in men’s attire. Kurta donned underneath an embroidered jacket is the latest fashion. Draw inspiration from JJ Valaya and Alpana – Neeraj’s collection displaying grandeur by employing the usage of motifs and fine fabrics like tulles, velvets, raw silk and delicate embroidered surface. Rock this trend this winter.

Velvet Reigns

Nippy winter weddings are not going to be freezing anymore. Don a black velvet  Jodhpuri Bandhgala to be totally in vogue this winter. Revitalize your creative side by taking a look at Rohit Bal’s collection “Kehkashaan”, engaging the use of intricate work of gold zardori and embellishment and rejuvenating the Jodhpuri Bandhgalas.

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