The wedding season is once again approaching soon and gone are the days when only the bride’s wedding outfit and styling used to grab a lot of attention. Weddings today are also about the groom’s attire and the outfits for wedding and related functions are also given equivalent significance. In addition, men have gotten increasingly mindful about the most stylish trend patterns that are in fashion today. Design houses and top notch brands have also made a separate line of wedding outfits exclusively for men. This has encouraged grooms to coordinate with the bride with an equivalent amount of style and complexity, and what's a superior choice than a flawlessly planned sherwani! For an ideal smart and tidied up wedding look, we have created a list of some of the best trending sherwani styles for the groom. Read below to get inspired and find the suitable one for your wedding look.
This classic sherwani in Ivory shade made in quilted silk with the signature Sabyasachi Bengal tiger buttons is an epitome of elegance and class! This ivory sherwani speaks for itself and is a unique color choice for grooms. If you are someone who doesn’t like to wear brighter shades, this is an ideal option.
Indigo blue and gold Sherwani
What could be better than a solid indigo colored sherwani for grooms who are absolutely fond of the color blue! The combination of an indigo sherwani paired with a dupatta in golden borders is absolutely stunning.
Perfect for winter weddings, is a pashmina sherwani which has highly intricate detailing and embroidery. This type of sherwani keeps you warm on a cold day and also rocks your style.
Classic black with quilted silk
The color black never goes wrong when it comes to men’s attire. Wearing a sherwani in classic black color is going to get you a lot of attention. You can simply pair it with a colorful safa in print or even a solid colored one.
Black velvet sherwani with flowers
When it comes to fabric velvet has a royal touch. If you don’t want a plain one, then you can always go for a classic velvet sherwani with excellent flower weaving on the top and base just as the sleeves. Additionally, pair it with matching loafers and your attire is absolutely attention worthy.
Classic Multi Color Sherwani
Why always go for single colors when you can also have a multicolored sherwani? A multicolored sherwani for the groom with identical straight lines pattern helps getting the desired look without looking too intimidating or flashy. The different color shades gives it a charming vintage look.
Khadi fabric is synonymous with hand-made luxury. Because of its unique hand-feel, khadi fabric is extensively used for high-end couture. The khadi sherwani is comfortable, and is a popular choice for grooms who wish to keep it simple yet elegant.
Dark green colored sherwani
The dark green color has a royal appeal to it and is a symbol of heritage bridal wear that the brand stands for itself. A sherwani is dark green shade will definitely turn heads and make you the show stopper. It is classic attire and will definitely be loved by your bride. Go green with this!
Sherwani with floral prints and plain jacket
Floral prints are the epitome of grace and beauty and you can simply incorporate them in your outfit. By wearing a floral printed sherwani with a solid plain jacket on type, you are reflecting elegance in your attire. This is best for grooms who love subtle attire.
Sherwani with white dhoti
You can always go for a white dhoti pant instead of the conventional churi-bottom pants. Pairing a dark colored sherwani with a bright white dhoti gives you the easy breeze yet stylish appearance. The sherwani can either be a plain one or one with complete prints.
Sherwani with layered coat
These days, a lot of variations have been made to the sherwani coat, for example layered ones! Wearing a sherwani with layered coats, with deviations in the front slit helps you get the modern look. It is a blend of ethnic and stylish look.
Sherwani with slit jacket
The top jacket of the sherwani has the ability to give it different looks. Rather than going for the traditional straight pattern jacket, you can always make modifications such as a slit jacket. This look gives your traditional sherwani and modern touch to it.
Off white and red
The timeless combination of a red and off-white sherwani is still so much in demand. This color combination is easily achievable and can also be matched with your bride’s attire.
Sherwani for the Sikh groom
Sherwani styles for the Sikh groom can get as royal as possible. With a flared kurta top paired with highly appealing prints and the turban, the groom will definitely nail the royal look! When carrying ensembles like the golden sword, the groom will absolutely look like a king.
Powder blue raw silk sherwani
Pastel shades such as powder blue looks great on grooms. The color combination of powder blue and white has a regal appeal to it and adds to your entire aesthetic appeal. This can be best worn for day weddings.
The Pakistani style sherwani is surely attention worthy. It looks great on grooms who want to wear something different from the conventional style. This type of sherwani is often paired with alight shirt and an open over coat.
Sherwani with Lucknow shirt inside
For grooms who like to wear a sherwani with subtle designs, then wearing a simple white Lucknow embroidery shirt and white dhoti is an ideal option. This outfit is suitable for functions such as the engagement event.
Sherwani with all floral embroideries
For a classy and elegant look, you can always go for a sherwani with floral prints all over on the kurta and the pants. To make the flowers standout you can wear a solid jacket on top.
Sherwani with the modern coat
There have been a lot of variations and modifications in the sherwani coat. For grooms who want to add a modern touch to their attire they can wear a sherwani with a stylish modern coat.
sherwani with haram pants
Harem pants are quite rendering these days and are preferred for their comfortable feel. If you don’t like tight fitted pants or a churidar bottom for your sherwani, you can also go for one with harem pants. It lets you move freely and also rocks your look.
plain white sherwani
Yes you heard it right! A white sherwani has its own regal charm and elegance. We have taken inspiration from Saif Ali khan’s attire on his sister’s wedding where he has spotted a plain white sherwani, surely looking like a Pataudi.
Sherwani with brocade dupatta
Nothing can make your sherwani look better than a brocade silk dupatta. If you want to add that extra touch to your attire, you can always pair your sherwani with a bright colored brocade or banarasi dupatta and keep the kurta color plain and simple.
Digital print sherwani
Digital prints have become quite a trend. If you don’t like heavy embroidery or thread work, you can go for a digital print sherwani for a comfortable yet classy look.
Wine colored sherwani
Why go for only red or maroon colored sherwani when you can also wear a wine colored one. It also has a very royal appeal to it and if it has certain embellishments will elevate your overall attire. There are certain things you should keep in mind before you purchase a sherwani for your most awaited day, the most important things to consider are, the fitting, fabric quality and comfort.
Regardless of how costly a sherwani is, its magnificence is lost in the event that it doesn't fit you superbly; your sherwani should look loose or unaltered. Getting a sherwani stitched and customized is a decent alternative since it is made according to your measurements and body type, it will fit you perfectly. On the off chance that you intend to go for readymade sherwani, ensure you modify them properly and wear only well fitted ones.
Fabric quality is highly important and should be given top priority because even a sherwani with unique designs and patterns but in cheap quality fabric will ruin your entire look. The polish and complexity of an excellent texture like silk is far better than the modest textures. Instead of going for conventional colors, you should choose one that will suit your skin tone and character. Make sure that you also try to match your sherwani with your bride’s outfit.