As much as we love browsing through galleries of pretty brides and admire their outfits, jewellery and makeup, today we decided to switch things up a bit. So for all the ladies out there who are craving for some much needed inspiration for their brothers or fiances, this is it! As always, we spent our day raiding wedding albums and here are 6 groom wedding looks we totally love!
1. Floral fantasy
Image: Mahima Bhatia Photography on InstagramI love it when a man takes his fashion seriously. And this guy here sure knows his style. I love the quirky, well-structured floral jacketpaired with beige pants and brown leather shoes. Everything about this look is just spot on!
2. Summer style
Image: Ramit Batra on InstagramHow easy breezy and stylish does this groom look at one of the day functions! The checked pale blue kurta and the much in rage Nehru jacket is an easy look to carry off and sure looks fab. We also love the printed pocket square that adds just the right amount of colour to the look.
3. Royalty be like this
Image: Stories by Joseph Radhik on InstagramOk, I am officially in love with this groom’s wedding style. The minimalist maroon velvet sherwani and matching juttis make for a super elegant and royal outfit. Looks like a real life prince, doesn't he?!
4. Class apart
Image: Sephi BergersonMen wearing tuxedos is the hottest thing ever. Stitched to perfection, a black tuxedo like this is a serious fashion statement. For your reception or cocktail ceremony, look no further!
5. Do the lungi
Image: Stories by Joseph Radhik on InstagramAn interesting choice of outfit that we must admit the groom is carrying off with elan. The beige bandhgala and lungi is paired with a sleek gold and orange belt and stole. The pagdi too is completely in sync and thumbs up to the necklace that definitely takes the look a notch higher.
6. Keeping it real
Image: Katia Peshakova on InstagramIf OTT is not your style, then take a lesson from this groom. We love the overall beige attire, especially the pagdi which is such a change from those bright blingy ones. An orange pocket square to match the bride's lehenga completes his simple and classy look.