When you get a wedding card at your place, one of the first thing that pops up in your mind is, “What will I wear?” And, we are talking about men as well. Yes, men too think of putting together awesome looks that will not only make them look good, but attract all attention towards them at the wedding functions. But many a times, they are left in a tight spot.
Sadly enough, unlike the variety and styles that women have at their disposal to flaunt when it comes to wedding outfits, men sort of very limited choices traditionally. So, here is a list of options you can wear to a wedding and make the right impression. Who knows, you might just find your match at one of the functions too!
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Can you ever go wrong with the classic well-fitted black suit look? Absolutely not! Wear it with a solid coloured and well-tailored shirt.
You may or not team that up with a bow tie, a slim tie or just a formal scarf and you are good to attend a cocktail party or a reception dinner.
For the more informal functions, instead of wearing Indian outfits, wear a nice plain crisp white slim fit shirt or bright blue one with beige/brown pants (and not the usual black/blue trousers) and formal shoes in the tone of brown. You are all dressed up for an outdoor morning function, a bachelors do or an after party.
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If you want to look dressed up for a wedding function, but not too dressed up at the same time, then you need to mix and match formal with casual. Wear a casual yet chic shirt and trouser/linen pants combination. On top of this, add a nice waistcoat and that is all you need to look well-dressed for the occasion.
And, nowadays you have a lot of styles in waistcoats to choose from. So, to get more ideas, you can also search for images of the latest fashion weeks on the Internet.
Want to look the most royal of them all? Well, then you need to copy some looks of our very own Chote Nawab, Saif Ali Khan and stick to the Indian roots and wear a well-tailored bandhgala for the occasion. You can also team it up with a colourful pocket scarf. Be it the engagement, wedding, or reception, this look is apt for any formal wedding function.
Confused whether to go Indian with a sherwani or wear well-fitted western formal trousers? Let us help you out there and suggest that you combine both then, shall we? The long kurta with western style pants are more than appropriate for any wedding occasion. And, if you do not want to look too overdressed, you can always throw on a solid western suit on top of a white kurta and pants.
Want to show off the biceps that you have been working on for months in the gym at the wedding? Well, now you do not need to worry as wearing an Afghani suit with your sleeves folded up until your biceps will let you do just that. Wear it on the haldi/mehendi/sangeet night or just for your casual visits to the wedding house and you will surely grab a lot of female attention.
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And when nothing else seems to be right, just go back to being simple. Well, what we mean is that the basic kurta pyjama teamed up with a waistcoat with juttis is a classic wedding day look. If you are attending a close friend or relative’s wedding, you can go with this simple yet classic look. You can experiment with colours and fabric too to look a little different.
You can thank us later for these tips. Now, go win some hearts over!
As the wedding day approaches, attention not only shifts towards the bride’s wedding outfit, makeup and styling, but groom's as well. The wedding attire of the groom is given equal importance. Moreover, men have become more aware about the latest fashion trends. Elite fashion designers have created separate line of wedding outfitsRead More