Suit it up Like Sabyasachi Grooms - Wedding fashion Goals for men
There is plethora of men’s fashion label and Bollywood reel and real life heroes who set fashion goals for all the men out there. But there is one who hogs the most of the limelight for setting trends, and that’s none other than the ace designer Sabyasachi. The grooms and men associated with the brand are ahead of fashion game and takes it a notch higher. The unique, royal and mesmerizing Sabyasachi outfits and details are the proof of the on-point fashion sense. Moreover, the wedding trousseau is there to break all the stereotypes associated with men’s fashion and style statement. Let’s meet a few ‘Prince Charmings’ that play male muses for the very popular artist and why their style statement is making headlines.
The Prince in Prints
The monotonous and the off-the-beaten style- Sherwanis are back with the bang and some loaded style as well. The sherwanis that sounds traditional, overdone and regular are now stealing hearts. The reason? It is cosier, lighter and edgier with variations like prints and length to break all the myths. The frock-coat style comes from a royal family and keeps changing with time. This time it is a bit shorter in length and in printed format. The old-school attire becomes vivid, comes with a twist and is being happily picked up by the grooms. Though the flare at the bottom is retained; it’s the print and design that is seeing a makeover. And this Sabyasachi groom setting new benchmark is surely the proof.
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‘Gentle’ Men’s Manarkali
Let go away the Sultan and King-like appearance. It’s time to be little flirty and frilly with Manarkalis which is the boyish take on vintage anarkalis. Sashaying it is the Sabyasachi groom who is flaunting the quirky and desi anarkali with elan and aplomb. Just like the dapper, you too don’t have to try hard with this. It is just a cut that goes experimental. Staying upbeat like a Sabyasachi groom means wearing something offbeat, extravagant and latest. And you can bet on Manarkali for that as it is making the rage this season. The stylish attire is dominating the ramps and the insta posts too. The style works well on men with bold physique, great height and personality. Grooms can layer it with a velvet stole or embroidered dupatta. We have also witnessed the same flair and flamboyance on Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh who had sported the ravishing outfit.
Creating a Cool Contrast
Be it bandhgala, anarkali, sherwani or a kurta; if these are colour contrasted it gives you a different kind of confidence. Decked up in different hues and style, this Sabyasachi groom presents you a new aura of fashion which is mixing it all up. Now, mastering the art of layering with different prints, shades and accessories like stoles or turbans is no cakewalk. Matching and contrasting is like adding another feather to your cap to amp up your look. It’s visually impactful, dramatic and artistic and fits in perfectly into the contemporary world. Go for the classic combinations like beige-red, gold-red, blue-ivory, green-gold etc in rich Indian fabrics.
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Offbeat Wedding Suit- Mindblowing Basics
When in doubt, grooms can go the ‘suiting shirting’ way, and we can’t agree more! The suits and tuxedos can always be the real deal to hook your audience but this season bend the basics a bit to make it a rule breaker. Glossy fabrics, velvet, asymmetrical versions and offbeat colours are in to mark the makeover of the suits. Those who find the ethnic ensembles too heavy can go for tuxedos or suits that doesnot look run-of-the-mill. This outfit worn by Sabya groom gives lot of inspiration, style goals and clues to update your style and complete your wedding look with something neat and elegant. Nothing beats the classiness and charm of a suit when it comes to Indian men’s wear for weddings. So, for the no-fuss grooms, the new style, cut and patterns in tuxedos are the way to go.
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Modern Vs Ethnic- Kurtas and Jackets with pants
No wonder, Kurta-dhoti and kurta-chudidaar are the classic combinations but this wedding season it’s about teaming your desi kurtas and jackets with pants or trousers. While there are hundred different ways to wear an outfit, this combo is surely making a mark this wedding season. Getting on to the ghodi to get your dulhania should be a different game altogether. On one hand you have ornate embellishments and rich detailing and on the other hand it is suave and classic pants. The delicately and carefully placed fashion looks just perfect on this Sabyasachi groom who quickly shifts our attention from one piece to another. The combination is definitely sizzling, spirited and fun.
The Wedding Story
Florals for the Spunk and Fun
Those who think only women swear by ‘florals’, need to see this for themselves and decide the springy attire’s charm and worth for men. Flower blooms are summery and designed for millennial men. The flower motifs can instantly up the entire wardrobe and give a huge twist to your otherwise heavy and too traditional wedding outfits. When ethnic is the way to go, flowers can add a different aura altogether. Large or tiny floral prints can add an exquisite blend of colours and vibrancy for the grooms to look fresh and fashionable. Flower fanatics can add the style to their pre-wedding rituals like sangeet, haldi and mehndi . A multi-colour sherwani or a three-piece ethnic suit done in flowers can show off your budding personality.
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Mr and Mrs Right- Match it up
The style is an ode to your better half. The colour or style coordination with your darling is like a breath of fresh air for making a hatke choice or fashion statement. This new fashion avatar is the talk of the town for the pre-nuptial ceremonies or even the D-day. Colour coordinating your outfits with your beau not only looks matchy-matchy but also brings out your love for each other so beautifully. There is plethora of options with Sabyasachi and other designer labels that offer you indo-western, traditional and formal wear that grooms and brides can duplicate for their wedding. These pics are a toast to the couple’s romantic moments and unique bond.
Lin and Jirsa
Men in Monotone
Plain looks fancy and catches all the attention of the millennial grooms. Those who want the single colour to dominate and play the entire role can look upto this Sabyasachi groom for the truck load of ideas. The groom who is going all-green in his avatar has made an elegant choice by giving himself a perfect royal look. Now, dressing in all-in-one colour is not a cakewalk. Monochrome dressing sense is in trend and looks eye-catching. The groom is looking stunning and exuding an exemplary look. It’s the perfect engagement, D-day and the pre-wedding look. By choosing the green colour palette for this attire, the saafa and other adornments; the groom has further amplified his personality.