We all know how brides-to-be go gung-ho about their big Wedding Day. But weddings are not about brides only, they are about grooms too! After all, the bride’s best accessory is a well styled groom, don’t you think? Let’s pay some attention to the men today with this blog post.
It’s agreed that the groom might not have as many accessories as the bride, but he is not completely devoid of them. There’s nothing really better than a groom in a custom tailored outfit, but in our opinion, it’s the accessories that make the man.
In case of Indian outfits like a Sherwani or Kurta-Pajama, embellished juttis, mojris or kolhapuris work the best.
In an Indian wedding, Pagri comprises of one of the most important accessories for the groom. Traditionally, pink has been the color of the groom’s Pagri, with cotton being the fabric used. However, changing times have brought about changes in this accessory as well. These days, grooms go for red-colored Pagris as well, in different patterns, like leheriyas, tie dyes, or self woven brocades.
For an occasion which requires the groom to be suited up, cuff links are the most common accessories. Custom cuff links are trending and how! There are a lot of quirky options doing the rounds now. Have a look!
Every groom should sport a boutonniere, and unlike flower boutonnières, this feather one won’t die.
Vintage pocket watches are very exquisite and can be used as accessories on the wedding suit.
A simple yet modern circle tie pin gives out a classy look.
Apart from these options, the groom can experiment with his own tastes and try to match up with the bride, or with the theme of the wedding. Nothing better than an uber cool groom to sweep the bride off her feet, what say?