Reinvent ethnicity with these royal groom-to-be looks!

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Reinvent ethnicity with these royal groom-to-be looks!

When it comes to wedding attire for men – less is more. The heavy details are replaced by simplistic patterns and motifs to make for a statement. Soft silhouettes crafted with handmade artisan work or just a contemporary look made outlandish with a signature colour – For the groom-to-be, royalty is a must. And why not! Everyone deserves to feel the vibe of being a King on their special day. Thanks to the brands like Manyavar and Raymond that men today can style themselves and reinvent ethnicity with their royal groom-to-be looks.

If you have been stress-stuck with the idea of your Royal outfit for the wedding – here are some ways to reinvent ethnicity and make for a perfect groom-to-be look!

Floral Jacquards

Royal Floral Jacquards Look

Named after Joseph Marie Jacquard a Frenchman who weaved a rich patterned cloth that has intricate details and royal touch – the Jacquards have been a popular ensemble for weddings. The shimmery look and velvety feel of the fabric with a glowing finish and intricate details make for a subtle yet strong attire for the groom on D-Day. Sherwanis in subtle hues like yellow, pinks and mauves make for a classic royal outfit for the day. 

Nawabi Kurta

Royal Nawabi Kurta Look

Soft fabric in a weave of cotton paired with a strong nawabi jacket is a must-have for every groom. While the kurta looks great with intricate motifs in shades like olives, midnight blue, yellows, and reds – the nawabi jacket is often a contrast to the kurta with zari or embroidery details for the royal touch. The finely stitched collar with embellishments brings about all the difference. It can be a great choice for Haldi or sangeet ceremonies.

Asymmetric Indo-Western Sherwani

Asymmetric Indo-Western Sherwani royal groom look

If you aren’t all traditional kind – an indo-western sherwani with asymmetric hemline can be your pick. Taking a cue from the classic bandhgalas the beauty of this sherwani is that it is mostly made in solid colours like black, dark green, royal blue and more with classic appeal and a subtle hint of details to fit for the occasion. This look can be a perfect one for the eligible bachelors attending their Yaar ki Shaadi or the groom can choose this classic bandhgala for their reception party or sangeet ceremony.


Royal Groom Look 


Hand embroidered Kurta

Royal hand embroidery kurta

Nothing defines the magic of a hand-embroidered kurta in pastel tones. Be it chikankari, embroidery or a special weave of patterns the simplicity of the kurta stands out. Pair it with a classic bottom and a shiny pair of shoes to set the tone right. These kurtas are great for the in-house ceremonies of your own wedding or for being the best man for a friend’s wedding. The bright colour is perfect for a day ceremony like Haldi, Mehendi or even the times when you just want to dance on Bhangra beats.


Bandhgalas for royal groom look

Traditionally and culturally the Bandhgalas has been signature wear in the royal weddings. The inevitable combination of rich fabrics and contemporary prints make this outfit earn a WOW. Lending you a rather royal look, the bandhgalas can be worn in the form of sherwanis or in short jackets to create a revering look. Bandhgalas are your go-to for that royal reception look.


maroon-printed-tuxedo royal grrom

Walk away from the traditional outfits and make a stark presence with the tuxedo on your wedding. Instead of black experiment with shades of blues and browns in exclusive fabrics meant for the groom-to-be. These have intricate motifs and subtle patterns turned into finely crafted and sewn piece of Tuxedo that stands out. Tuxedos work well for the bachelor’s party, cocktail party or even for a stylish reception look!


With a convergence of modern-day wear with the traditional silhouettes, you can reinvent ethnicity to match your style. The need is to pick a wedding ensemble that truly defines your panache!

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