Indian Men’s Formal wear and Tuxedos in New Jersey
No Maharani bride is complete on her wedding day without her dashing and dapper groom in New Jersey!
When it comes to mens Indian wedding suits, there is almost as much variety in aesthetic and tradition as there is with bridal fashion. Time-honored garments for grooms in South Asian weddings may vary by family heritage and region. They often include, however, a long, beautiful jacket called a sherwani, a lightweight tunic with matching pants called a kurta pyjama, or draped pants that taper at the bottom called sirwal pants (with styles like dhoti and churidar). And don’t forget the traditional Indian shoes, mojaris and juttis.
Some grooms opt to skip the customary garb and instead fuse East and West by sporting Indian tuxedo wedding attire. Indo-western suits and Jodhpuri suits feature standard formal pieces like pants, vest, and a jacket but with components that create a more classic Indian silhouette, like a Nehru collar.
Whether your guy is aiming for an elegant and dignified look at your various wedding events or going all out to mirror stylish royalty, tuxedo designs for wedding Indian should try and incorporate vibrant colors, detailed embroidery, glittering embellishments, and sophisticated buttons and pockets. Depending on the groom’s religion, he may also wear a turban (or saafa) on his head with a brooch (or kalgi) on it.
Finding the right men’s formalwear designers and tuxedo vendors is key to making sure that your husband-to-be feels like a million bucks on your wedding day. Because of the fittings and tailoring that may be required with custom garments, it’s recommended that grooms start looking for their wedding outfits upwards of 4 to 6 months before the actual wedding week. By this time, you will both have a good idea about what the theme, colors, and motifs of your wedding will be which may also influence both your fashion choices.
No matter the style or trend, at Maharani Weddings we are making it easy to outfit your wedding with spectacular attire that will have your groom and the men in your bridal party looking like true Maharajas! Find purveyors of fabulous formalwear and Indian wedding suits for men below in our exclusive guide and check out the Maharani Weddings’ Platinum Guide for even more men’s fashion ideas.
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