The wedding isn’t just all about the bride - gone are those cliches. In today's marriages, the grooms also are a massive part of the show. If the bride wears the best designer lehengas, the groom also decks up by hiring the best sherwani makers and experimenting with various other grooming products. Also, brides are just as concerned with the groom’s style as much as their own. Take Virat Kohli and Zaheer Khan as examples, both married fashionistas from Bollywood but both men had their groom game on point. So, if your man needs some serious dulhe raja inspo, look no further. Here’s some real groom inspo you need to share with him right away.
This beautiful floral waistcoat designed by Rahul Mishra paired with a powder blue shirt and blue linen trousers is what we are currently crushing on. Not every groom can coordinate their outfits with the bride and pull it off with elan but Jay Bhagat did and took our breath away.
If you thought pink as a colour is not meant for men, then you need to have a look at this groom and his outfit. An oversized printed pink shirt paired with a similar tone salwar will give you all the courage you need to pull off a dark pink shade outfit on your big day.
Hesitant to pick an embroidered waistcoat to pair up with that vibrant indigo silk kurta? Don’t be. Here’s is all the inspo you need to rock this beautiful pink and blue ensemble. We suggest it would be a great pick for your sangeet. Try it!
Black can never go wrong! So a muted black or a nice embroidered kurta will give you that edge and confidence. If not for the wedding, you can opt for the colour for your post-shaadi functions, especially for the reception.
A burst of colours over your kurta or bandhgala will definitely jazz up your outfit. But nothing beats the royal red and beige combination for a traditional Indian wedding. A groom, who does not want to try multi-coloured ensembles on his big day, can always fall back on the red and beige combination. Take cues from this groom to rock it like a pro.
If you wish to keep it understated and yet classy, this has to be your go-to outfit for your big day. A silk textured beige bandhgala paired with white cotton or linen pants is bound to set your style a class apart.
This has to be the quirkiest groom we came across. A white bandhgala with a traditional Rajasthani king and queen motif print on it makes it quite a quirky and unconventional pick for your D-day. If you’re just as unique, go shop already!