Brides to be are sorted in their minds when it comes to picking their bridal outfits. They ay take their time but they surely know what’s hot and what’s not for them. Whereas grooms-to-be are comparatively quicker in deciding their wedding look but are clueless when it comes to picking which outfit for which function.
Well, our team has curated an exclusive wedding look book with the trending styles for all the grooms-to-be this season. Browse through all the looks created by silk and sparkle for each wedding function. You may thank us later!
- Mehendi Look
The Mehendi function is all about casual outfits that are not over the top. A kurta and jacket is definitely the perfect choice for a Mehendi event. However, you may either opt for a fancy, asymmetrical kurta and simple jacket or keep the kurta simple and pair it up with an embellished jacket. Mirror work kurtas are majorly in vogue these days so a kurta alone can do the talking.
- Haldi Look
A yellow kurta with a basic design will be just perfect for a Haldi function. If the event is a bit grand then you may complete the look with a jacket for the pictures and take it off later when ceremonies begin. While yellow is the traditionally accepted colour for Haldi but grooms and brides are operating colours such as beige, ivory and pastel shades of pink/yellow/orange also. Like Katrina and Vicky did.
Sangeet or cocktail night is the event to slay. It’s the evening function mostly so we’ll suggest you opt for colours that are rich and appealing. An embellished jacket with a pant and a kurta would look nice if you haven’t already decided on a similar look for your other functions. Otherwise, a stylish asymmetrical kurta with matching coloured but embroidered full/half jacket with narrow bottom pants would look on point.
- Wedding Look
Beige, ivory, pastels are the colours that are majorly in vogue these days. You may colour coordinate with the bridal ensemble through a matching dupatta and jewellery. It is one of the reasons that we suggested darker shades for sangeet and reception looks. A sherwani or a royal achkan would look just fab on your big day.
Reception is the best event that doesn’t bound you in traditional obligations of colours, styles or attires. It’s an event where you get to experiment with your look. We’ve suggested three lengths that are in trend. Either go all royal with a calf-length achkan with a matching inner kurta or a thigh-length achkan. You may also opt for an embellished bandh gala that is in contrast to your wife’s outfit.
What do you think of our exclusive look for the wedding season 2022? If you are looking for such trending looks for yourself, feel free to reach out to us at 0421079017 or visit our store Kellyville Ridge, Sydney, Australia.