Dapper and Opulent: Latest Wedding Outfits for Men

To-be grooms look forward to their most awaited day- wedding. A day when all the eyes are on you. And, it is a myth that only women have a variety of options in outfits than men when it comes to wedding shopping. Today’s men too have become picky just like women. And, why not? After all, there are so many marvelous styles that designers from around the country have given to the beau monde. With new-age designs coming in, you don’t have to stick to those usual pajama kurtas or sherwani, just have a look at the below styles and you will know what is in trend that can make you look different.

Here is a list of latest wedding runway-approved outfits for men, elegant and opulent, that you must buy for the grand day to look flattering.

A Velvet Tuxedo

Embrace a little quirkiness in your wedding attire this season. Opt for a velvet tuxedo featuring silken dhoti pants as bottoms. An embroidered one is an ideal pick. If not on the wedding day, you can wear this ensemble to your cocktail party. Best colors are maroon, navy blue and black.

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Royal Kurta Pyjama

Dress up in an elegant kurta pajama in solid color and layer it with a semi-embroidered jacket to look a bit different. You can also replace your plain pajama bottoms with Aligarh pants for a royal look.

Via Missmalini.com

Embroidered Achkan with Churidars

Opt for a heavily embroidered achkan kurta in long length and team it up with solid colored churidars. You can wear this outfit on your big day or reserve it for Mehendi function or some other day. To accessorize, a stole will work perfect as a great accessory.

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Indo-Western Outfit

Dhoti kurtas have been popular outfits for men for grand occasions. But, the trend has got much innovative now. So, in place of dhotis, pick silken puddle pants for a classic looking attire. Layer your kurta with a western jacket. It is best to choose solid colors.

Via Timesofindia

Anarkalis

No, anarkalis are not only for women, men can wear them too. The perfect one is in knee-length with churidar pants and bandh-gala jacket. Complete the look with a traditional Rajasthani turban and mojaris. Deep colors like maroon, navy, brick red can do wonders. You can also go for golden for a rich Indian look.

Via Strandofsilk

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