Over the past couple of years, menswear has seen a spectacular change in silhouettes and colour schemes. Giving heavily embroidered sherwanis a break, the groom squad have opened up to versatility and minimalism. Tone on tone embroidery complementing exotic colour palettes, the contemporary Indian man’s wedding wardrobe is celebrating style one trendy silhouette at a time. This wedding season, we bring you a few tips from Menswear Fashion Designers Kunal Anil Tanna & Sarab Khanijou which you can experiment with to up your style quotient. These are the styles that are breathable, celebrate your personality and add to the festive cheer.
Craftsmanship: Sherwanis with minimalistic embroidery and tone on tone work have really been the go-to styles lately. Textured fabrics with collared embroideries are also a classic choice for the wedding season.
Colour: Ox red, navy blue, ivory, lavender, grey are alternative colour tones groomsmen can opt for this season.
Silhouettes: Enhance the basic kurta set with an elegant and chic bandi.
Accessory: Safa/pagdi with minimal embellishments. You can also spruce up your classic look with a pearl necklace or a stole with cut dana. Simply royal!
Kunal Anil Tanna:
Craftsmanship: Metallic accents in experimental silhouettes will add celebratory cheer to your festivities.
Colour: Wine, Maroon, Green, Oyster Beige, and Lilac are versatile and bold shades to experiment with this wedding season.
Silhouettes: Comfort and versatility over vanity of the silhouette will be an important trend this year. Polo neck tunics, textured waistcoats and shirt kurtas are silhouettes you can add to your wedding wardrobe this year.
Accessory: Mock layering with metallic accents make for fun styles to give your ensemble that extra edge this wedding season.