Here’s How You And Him Can Coordinate Your Shaadi Outfits!
Manasvi JaitlySenior Writer, Wedding, POPxo
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We agree that not all men are exactly as into clothes as we women are. But while you spend months planning your bridal outfits, keep your fiance's outfits in mind too. Because ultimately you and him must make an appearance looking well coordinated. Coordinated outfits look great in pictures and at the actual event too. And if you’ve still got your doubts about that, then you’ve got to scroll down just a little further. These 9 couples beautifully complemented each other with perfectly coordinated outfits.
1. Oh so pink!
The bride wore a stunning blush pink lehenga, and to be in sync with her, the groom too wore shades of the same colour. He paired his beige sherwani with a pink pagdi and stole. And just so it doesn’t look typical or too matching, they opted for different shades of pink. Now that sure is easy to pull off, right?!
Fashion blogger Kamana wore a pastel green gota patti lehenga for her mehendi. And the gorgeous couple coordinated their looks to perfection. The groom looked dapper in a long grey coat and matched his kurta colour to that of his bride.
Oh what a beautiful picture! And if you look closely, you’ll know just how much effort this couple has put in to coordinate their outfits. The bride’s kurti and dupatta has pretty pastel green borders which are matching with the groom’s sherwani. The hint of beige in the dupatta and kurti is in sync with his bright yellow pagdi.
Don’t want to settle for less? Then take a hint from this couple and match your outfits to perfection. Pick a colour that flatters both of you and ask your designer to do the same embroidery/ work on both the outfits.
The bride’s peach lehenga has a rani pink piping that makes it stand out. And to complement his bride, the groom paired his pista green sherwani with a peach pagdi and a rani pink pocket square. Now that’s a subtle and colourful way to match up to your better half!
They both wore velvet and they both wore shades from the same colour family. Coordinating is not just limited to colours but to fabrics too. So for a winter wedding and for the couple who likes to have a bit of sheen in their clothes, this one’s a great idea!
The double dupatta style is extremely in vogue right now. This addon just makes your outfit look more bridal and royal. So girls, if you plan to go ahead with this style, ask your man to match his pagdi with any one of the two dupatta colours he likes. Ooh, and we love this peach and red combo, so unique!
Her lehenga, his kurta and even the backdrop… Everything seems to shout out the same colour story. And yes, we totally think it’s a great idea to have your entire function around a specific colour theme.
Colourful and vibrant…just how a mehendi ceremony should be! While the bride played up her look with lots and lots of colour, the groom too didn’t shy away from wearing some on his own outfit. Dressed in a shocking pink kurta paired with a bright blue jacket, he complemented his bride ever too nicely.