Add A Touch Of Regal To Your Wedding With Shahi Pagdi And Safa House
Popularly known as safa or pagdi, Indian wedding turban is a headwear which was once considered to be only fit for the Royals. Today, however, an Indian wedding seems incomplete without men adorning beautifully draped safa/pagdi. The turban or the pagdi of the groom is one of the most integral parts of his ensemble. It is made of a single piece of cloth and bejewelled with different ornaments. Wearing a turban on the wedding day has become a tradition, signifying the groom’s respect.
For all those grooms who want to give a touch of regal to their wedding, Shahi Pagdi and Safa House by Jayant Kothari presents stylish and designer safa collection that will elevate and transform the look of your wedding attire to a regal one. With their elaborate collection, you’ll be spoiled for choice.
Here are a few styles of turbans that you can wear on your wedding day-
Tissue– This is one of the most popular styles of wearing a safa/pagdi. This modern take on the traditional safa is lightweight and comfortable. These are the best bet for any groom who does not want an over-the-top turban. This stuff just blends with the entire attire, completing the look of the groom.
Rajasthani– Rajasthani pagdis are full of heavy embellishments and are very artistic. They are made by a unique way of twisting the safa and can be very elaborate. Depending upon what they are planning on wearing, grooms can choose the size and the ornaments for the turban accordingly
Banarasi– With twisting on one side and layering on the other — Banarasi pagdi looks very chic and classy. The way the pagdi is overlapped on the front is what makes this style stand out. A turban like this can also be paired with a suit — if that’s what you are planning on wearing. It is generally worn without a tail, but it can be customised as per preference.
Marwari– With an amazing blend of colours, Marwari pagdis are an interesting take on the plain version of pagdi. Rather than accessorising them, grooms can pair it clothes that have different patterns on them. The use of Bandhej embroidered cloth is the most common in this style. If your wedding dress is plain, you can wear a Marwari turban to add some colours to it.
Jodhpuri– Jodhpuri turban is just like a basic safa but with a steeper incline on the top. They look great with Jodhpuri pants and bandhgala or sherwani. It is also a cheat code for the grooms with shorter heights to look taller. If girls can wear heels to look taller, grooms can don a Jodhpuri safa for the same reason!