Regal velvet dhupatta style guide for grooms


Sherwani dupattas are  an important part of the outfit for grooms on their wedding day. While grooms-to-be are not used to wearing dupattas, it can be highly confusing as to how to choose and style the groom dupatta. After all, with the latest trends, styles,  silhouettes, upbeat hues, asymmetrical hems being introduced in groom wedding wear, it may get quite confusing on what exactly to choose. And, while you may find that perfect sherwani for yourself, shopping for the right groom accessories isn’t a cakewalk! One such latest trend has to be the soft and velvet sherwani dupatta.

For grooms who have never had to wear a dupatta accessory before a velvet option is a great option. Here we have rounded up some pics where grooms have really made it clear that this trend is here to stay.

Coordinating with the bride is one of the perfect reasons to pick a velvet sherwani dupatta option. This makes for a perfect photo ops or just down right looks amazing to see any couple match with a royal outlook. 

This bright red  chanderi design embedded shall stole done in thread and sequined embroideries is an impeccably fashionable dhupatta design.

Velvet stoles in different hues with beautiful embroidered or embellished borders are some of the best stole designs for grooms.

This black velvet shawl with intricate zari detailing in golden thread is a perfect example of incorporating embroidery into velvet 

This turquoise blue  stole with minimal border and an ivory coloured sherwani made for some elegant choices for this groom’s outfits!

The red lehenga is a cult favourite. But grooms are mostly at a loss when it comes to coordinating their sherwanis with their bride’s red lehenga’s unlike this groom here who nailed it with intricate designs. 

the groom’s grey embellished  sherwani boasts of royal style when paired with this rich intricate zari design on black velvet dhupatta. This is a perfect example of bride and groom in Punjabi Wedding.

Vintage styles necessitate the use of embellishments over rich fabrics like velvet! If you want to downplay the period theme yet want an undertone of ‘vintage’ in your wedding outfits, go for something like this!

The nature of the fabric makes it an ideal choice for the winter celebrations. If you are going for velvet dupatta ensure that your movements are not restricted and pair it up with light weighted ensemble.