Sherwani Color Inspiration For Your Wedding Day- 2022

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Sherwani Color Inspiration For Your Wedding Day:

Wedding days are perfect for grooms to bring out their inner regal self, so why shy away from going all out in finding the ideal color that can accentuate their entire look.

We’ve all seen the custom golden and cream colors which have been here for a while and have a certain charisma that one cannot quite shake off. But the color chart is vast and there’s no stopping you to experiment and find out a shade that might even work better than the classic combo.

There are certain colors that have been trending, and even though majority of your choice depends upon your fiancé’s lehenga, let’s try to find a color that works for both of you.

Delight in Pastels

Pastel Color Wedding Day
Delight in Pastels

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Virat Kohli’s wedding look might have been a kick starter for grooms to try out pastels. As elegant and charming he already is- the touch of pastel pink blew our minds off.

The entire pastel scheme ranging from mint to pastel blue can be just the right fit for your day wedding. With a floral backdrop and the serenity of the golden hour, these pastel shades can transform you into your most sophisticated self.

Elegant in Pink

Pink sherwani wedding day
Elegant in Pink

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Gone are the days, when pink was just the color of the bride. You can put forth your elite, and classy version with embroided salmon pink sherwani to gain the spotlight from your blushing bride. You can pair it with pearls if you want to go for a subtle look or green beads to add a pop of color. And don’t worry if your bride has chosen a maroon lehenga, you can easily coordinate by adding a maroon color shawl, which can even elevate your entire look.

Powder blue to the rescue

Powder blue sherwani Wedding day
Powder blue to the rescue

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Don’t limit your dreams of wearing a color you like to just sangeet or mehndi. Grooms in 2022 have shown that powder blue can be your wedding day color too. Now, you can add a contrasting shawl or a glistening ivory one, paired with old- school Punjabi style juttis, and voila- a sight to behold in blue.

Nothing beats Lilac

Nothing beats lilac

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Lilac has been the trending color of this year, overpowering Pinterest boards and our Instagram feeds. This color though light, symbolizes a grace and grandeur. If your bride has chosen a vanilla or an eggshell lehenga, contrasting that with lilac sherwani can be a treat to one’s eyes.

You can it with a deeper shade turban for that glamorous monochromatic look, or match your brides lehenga with a vanilla shaded turban.

Royal in maroon

 Maroon Sherwani
Royal in maroon

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Time and again, we’ve seen a maroon shawl paired with a cream or golden sherwani, but you can choose this shade for your sherwani as well.

Go for a deep maroon embroided sherwani with a same shade scheme for the bottoms and shawl as well and complete the look with intricate green beads jewelry. You cannot go wrong with a deep shade as maroon for your special day.

Classic Ivory

 ivory sherwani
Classic Ivory

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With Ranbir Kapoor stealing our hearts in his Sabyasachi ivory wedding attire, it is safe to say- this color is here to stay. You can go all classic and pair it with a golden shawl and mint green accessories or use the same color as your bride’s lehenga.

The best part about this shade is you can wear it for day as well as night wedding and it will pair fantastically with almost every color lehenga. For winter wedding you can add a different color jacket to give a certain glamour to the entire look.

Royal blue

royal blue
Royal Blue Sherwani

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The color has the word “royal” in itself-making it a prominent and an obvious choice for grooms to select it for their wedding day. You can pair it with a golden dhoti- for that vintage Maharaja look and a micro-velvet shawl to add that eccentric touch.

Ultimately, you can go for any color you like in which you feel your best- as long as your bride is good with it!

You can even play around with accessories to glam up your entire look- after all- it is your special day too!