The would-be-bride has tonnes of options when it comes to Indian wedding clothing and it takes forever for her to shop for her Indian wedding outfits. While the bride may enjoy it, we understand that the men do not really want to spend that kind of time on wedding shopping. If you are dreading spending long hours over shopping for Indian wedding clothing and want to pick the best of the Indian wedding outfits from the comfort of your home, then we are here to help you!
We take you through the process of buying your Indian wedding clothing online and also give you handpicked Indian wedding sherwanis, kurtas and jackets from our collection that will make for impressive Indian wedding outfits.
The first thing to do before shopping for Indian wedding clothing online is to get your size and fit right. Bring out your measuring tape and note down the measurement of your collar, chest, waist and sleeve before you start shopping for Indian wedding outfits. Once you have made a note of the measurements, you can estimate as to which size will fit you the best.
Once the measurements sorted, it is time to make a list of all the events that are a part of your wedding celebrations for which you will need Indian wedding clothing. If you are having a small cocktail party or a pre-wedding gathering, do away with your suit and go the Indian way by dressing up for the event in a kurta and pyjama with a well-tailored jacket or waistcoat over it. A jacket is a great way to add an element of sharpness to your Indian wedding outfit. For an evening party, may we suggest this sleeveless waistcoat by Siddarth Tytler paired with a kurta and pyjama?
The smart jacket in raw black silk can be paired with a kurta of almost any colour. The velvet trimmings on the jacket don’t just make it more fashionable but also add a more festive look to it. Wear the jacket over a short or long kurta with Jodhpuri pants or a churidar pyjama. And just like that, you have the perfect outfit for a pre-wedding party! If what you are looking for is a readymade Indian wedding outfit, complete with the kurta and the pyjama, here is a chic kurta-pyjama and jacket set by SVA. Simply roll up the sleeves to add a casual look to the outfit and pair it with a pair of leather shoes or sandals and you are ready to play the perfect host!
For a more traditional ceremony like the sangeet, go in for a kurta and pyjama teamed with a snazzy dupatta. That way, if you are shaking a leg in the sangeet, you can make wonderful use of the dupatta as a prop. When it comes to Indian wedding outfits like kurtas, we have an amazing collection in rich fabrics and vibrant colours. If you don’t want to make a splash with a bright colour, then we have a wide array of kurtas in beige, off-white and earthy hues like brown.
The kurtas from WYCI are made from rich silk fabric and come with details on the collar, lapel and sleeve that add the right amount of elegance to the Indian wedding outfit. They are festive without being extravagant – perfect if you intend to keep the look understated. Pair the kurta-pyjama with a dupatta in a contrasting colour and you are all set with your Indian wedding outfit for the sangeet ceremony.
Now that we have taken care of options for the groom who likes his outfits to be understated, here are some amazing options for the man who likes some colour in his outfits. We are of the opinion that only bright colours can do justice to a night that is going to be filled with music and dance. So without much ado, here are some festive Indian wedding outfits in bright colours, perfect for a sangeet ceremony.
The golden yellow kurta by WYCI in rich brocade is stuff that is fit for the king. Pair it with a beige or maroon dupatta and you are all set to make a splash at your sangeet ceremony. If you feel like experiementing, go in for the electric blue kurta-pyjama-dupatta set by Siddartha Tytler. The rich kurta is silk with heavy threadwork is made for the Indian groom who does not shy away from colours. For men who want to wear something festive but in a conventional colour, we have the maroon silk kurta with zari embroidery all over, lending it a rich and merry look.
For the big day of your wedding, we suggest you go all out and wear a traditional Indian wedding outfit like a dhoti paired an Indian wedding sherwani. Not only does a dhoti have its own charm, nothing else can beat the dhoti when it comes to traditional wear. If you are wary about the drape and the dhoti coming off, then you can go in for dhoti-style pants with your sherwani. They look like the real deal and give you the comfort of a pyjama. On the day of your wedding, you want to look nothing less than royalty. So go in for lavish fabrics like silk or velvet in rich colours like gold and maroon.
The white and gold silk sherwani by Siddatha Tytler has a rich velvet appliqué detailing throughout, making it a great pick for the Indian groom. The dori-jaal embroidered sherwani in the classic cream colour is another option for the groom who wants to exude class and elegance. Both the sherwanis are teamed with white dhoti-style Patiala bottoms that are extremely comfortable to wear during the wedding ceremony.
But our personal favourite is the ornate maroon and black brocade sherwani that is not just stylish but also very plush. It is paired with a gilded copper Patiala pyjama and an exquisite Chanderi silk dupatta. Make this the outfit for your wedding ceremony and be rest assured to get more complements than the bride!
For the wedding reception, if you want to go the Indian route, then a well crafted sherwani set is what you should be looking for and we have just the right picks for you.
The beauty of an Indian wedding sherwani is that it is as smart as a suit and it is also the perfect canvas to display intricate details like embroidery and embellishments. For your wedding reception, try our three piece green Indian wedding sherwani set by SVA. The silk sherwani in olive and green colour comes with all over prints and is paired with a contrasting beige churidar pyjama and dupatta. For the men who want to wear the deep maroon colour for their wedding reception, we have this regal sherwani from WYCI. The plush velvet sherwani has an all over hexagon design in gold, making it perfect for an occasion when you are in the spotlight. And if you want to go in for the timeless beige colour for your outfit, then go for the striped beige and cream sherwani set by Siddartha Tytler that comes with a matching dupatta with a brilliant border.
Now that you have seen the magnificent Indian wedding clothing we have on offer for the Indian groom, go ahead and get started with your shopping online, from the comfort of your home. The beauty of these Indian wedding outfits is that they are handpicked and exquisite and never go out of style. So you can be sure that once you have bought them, you can wear them many times over, depending on the occasion.