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3 Ethnic Outfits To Sport If You’re The Groom’s Main Guy

3 Ethnic Outfits To Sport If You’re The Groom’s Main Guy


It’s already the wedding season, and we’re all set to gear up to look our best. While the ladies have been planning their outfits since the cards popped up at their homes, we know that none of the men will be bothered about it till the last minute. But we think there’s absolutely no harm in getting your outfit sorted out in your head! Especially if it’s your best friend’s wedding, you ought to be well-equipped and set for all the ceremonies. If you’re someone who has no clue as to what to wear and how to go about this outfit shopping, then do not worry… WODROB is here to help you (as always). The wardrobe management genie and personal stylist that we are, we’ve got you three stylish outfits to don at your best friend’s wedding so you can garner all the single ladies’ attention.

 The Sangeet Ceremony Look

Go easy breezy for the sangeet by wearing a rich cotton silk kurta with embroidery or micro print. Pair it with a cowl draped salwar in a complementing colour. If you’re someone who doesn’t want to take the effort or put a lot of thought into your outfit, then snag this stylish kurta and salwar set from Sva. Throw over a neutral dupatta and work a pair of tan Kohlapuri sandals. Add a tan belted wrist watch to seal the look.

 The Groom’s Baraati Look

Sport a comfortable kurta and churidar for all the baraat dancing. Pick a funky kurta in an emerald green or a royal blue cowl draped kurta like this one from Anju Agarwal. Team it up with a floral printed Nehru jacket and a white churidar. For the feet, slip into suede slip-ons. Add a cuff bracelet and a pair of round sunglasses for an uber-cool vibe.

 The Wedding Reception Look

One can never go wrong with the classic and neutral colours – black and grey. Opt for a classy grey bandhgala jacket with intricate embroidery on the collars and sleeves for a royal look. Team it up with a pair of black dhoti pants to keep the look Indian. If you want to create a fusion Indo-Western outfit, ditch the dhoti pants and opt for a pair of slim-fitted black trousers. Wear a pair of velvet loafers to give your ensemble a hint of luxe. Accessorise your outfit with a pair of cufflinks and a classy golden lapel pin.