Men’s Wedding Sherwani Guide
Women alone wouldn’t prefer to look their best on their big day, Men also would like to look rich and elite specially when they are sporting the sherwani’s. Sherwani’s are long coat’s with button’s in front and are longer than knees. Don’t you agree men continually look grand and royal like kings whenever they wore Sherwani’s ?. Sherwani’s have largely been worn in Asian countries like India, Bangladesh and Pakistan for marriages and special occasions. With or without embroidery or zardosi work they do look sophisticated and hardly fail to offer a royal look. Largely made from silk, brocade or alternative high end fabric’s, they elevate the appearance on a tall well maintained physique.
Though the design of pagdi’s or turban’s worn around the head changes as per the customs, each look is appealing in its own sense.
Wearing a good fabric is incredibly necessary that also compliment’s the bride’s wedding dress. The color of the sherwani ought to be in accordance with the bride’s wedding dress. If the sherwani features a side pocket teaming up with a good shiny safa can create an additional appealing. It’s also important to settle on a safa matching the bottom color.
For a sikh punjabi wedding a wise selection of the sword in accordance with the sherwani design style will not only complement but additionally also gives a royal look. Dhoti style bottom and a closed neck collar with all the embroidery/zardosi will make it more dignified and of course not to forget a tall stature with a good physique is very important too. As a pre wedding regime guys work on your muscles, shoulders and additionally attempt to get that chiseled face to complement your physique.
For engagement and reception the IndoWestern sherwani’s are often a good alternative. The length is usually above the knee however slightly more than a suits coat length. Safa and brooch are often added to accentuate the look.
If the sherwani is plane teaming up with an accessory having layers of stones or pearls will accentuate the look making it splendid as seen below. We love the contrast combination of the accessory and the sherwani here creating both simple yet rich look.
Kalgi’s with stones or pearls are often added to turban’s or pagdi’s to elevate the look. Selecting a good sherwani dupatta and also carrying it properly is equally vital. You do not want it to be slipping all the time. Pin it up close to the shoulders if you cannot manage it. Some folks would really like to have it hanging on their hands. Wearing a multiple layer pearl necklace can seem like Maharaja style.
If your budget is high you will be able to opt for more details in your sherwani with an extensive embroidery design or the one’s with bead’s or stone elaborations. Sherwan’s with sensible cuts also help to aggrandize the appearance and build a unique and magnificent look. We love the below suit like sherwani. As the embroidery designs are already big enough not adding an accessory is a wise decision.
Finally to complete the look team up with what else ? Mojari’s of course. Select a mojari matching your sherwani. There are different kinds available in the market either plain shiny or with beads or thread work.
And last but not the least i would like to repeat once more while choosing a sherwani always keep the brides wedding dress in mind and stick with the budget. It’s also vital for you to make a decision whether or not you’d like to wear it just once or on multiple occasions. Also if the sherwani is already very grand keeping the accessories minimal is sensible too.