Men’s Wedding Wear Trend 2012

Men’s Wedding Wear Trend 2012

Indian clothing is gaining popularity worldwide. Indian fancy dress selections have always wooed men and women across the world with its beautiful textures, prints and colors. With emergence of e-commerce shopping websites, shopping anything and everything is just a click away. Indian clothing online shopping websites and their impeccable shipping and delivery services are making shopping a trouble-free activity across the borders. Shopping seems a troublesome activity for men, but online shopping websites allow them to indulge in some fun shopping.

If you think, women are only crazy about filling their closet with designer clothes; think again. Because today’s urbane stylish men even wish to have a royal indo western sherwani or bandhgala suit designed by eminent designers in their wardrobe. So, all you dashing men out there who want to know more about the latest trends in menswear sherwani and indo-western sherwanis, you’ve landed on the right page.

Famous designers of the fashion fraternity recently presented a line of wedding wear collection for men and women. Rich color palette, intricate and delicate embroideries, mesmerizing textures and royal silhouettes, made the wedding wear range for men more grandeur and opulence.

JJ Valaya

Valaya believes in making his models look debonair in his larger than life creations. His collection was predominantly ruled by lavish fabrics like brocades, velvet and silk. The palette included monochromatic hues of ivory, black, gray, beige and navy. Dramatic weaves and paisley embroideries set the festive mood and decorated the collections of kurta, indo western sherwani, embroidered men’s sherwani with printed salwars, and embellished jacket with churidars.

Vikram Phadnis

Elegance and simplicity goes hand in hand for Bollywood designer Vikram Phadnis. Tonal embroidered sherwani with satin salwars, silk churidars and dhotis looked eye catching when clubbed with shawls and stoles. Vikram Phadnis’ men’s wear line for a wedding ceremony was accentuated with Phulkari embroidery, zari and zardozi work. The collection was dipped in shades of steel grey, bronze, gold brocade and wine.

Narendra Kumar Ahmed

His dapper looking groom was as fabulous as his contemporary bride. Kurta with double layered short jacket and sherwanis with abstract embroidery stole the show for Narendra Kumar. His creations were ornately embellished with a blend of hand painted roses in muted shades of browns fused with shimmering embroidery. The color palette comprised of vivid hues of red, blue, beige, nude and black, while fabrics ranged from velvet, net, crepe, silk to organza and raw silk to give that rich luster to the garments.

Shantanu Nikhil

Velvet will surely be the trendiest fabric for Fall 2012. If you’re planning for a winter wedding, then velvet sherwani or indo western sherwani will make you look debonair when clubbed with fitted trouser or churidars. Vibrant tones of red, orange, green, blue and rust with accents of gold beautified men’s wear line by Shantanu Nikhil.

Anjalee Arjun Kapoor

If you want to make a Maharaja style entry in your wedding, then the groom should sport a regal bandhgala and sherwani or an embroidered Jodhpuri jacket, embellished kurta, teamed with a churidar; created by designer duo Anjalee Arjun Kapoor. Statement pieces inspired from Mughal art and craft will truly complement your entire look for your wedding night.