Sunday, 1 July 2012

Indian Men's Wedding Dresses

Dressing in best is not just enough to showcase style; rather, it is an art that comes to rare with a touch of elegance. When it comes to dressing men, things needs to be creative as they have less variety in terms of dresses. Men, usually, have shirts, trousers, jeans, t-shirts, Sherwani, kurta, pajama and dhoti to be worn. All these are teamed-up with each other to make a variety of combinations. Out of these forms of dresses, men’s Sherwani is the best attire to give imperialistic looks to the guy. In fact, in Sherwani, men look just so handsome and stylish that they get the tendency to steal the show. Generally, men’s sherwani is complete three piece attire that includes Sherwani, pajami and a stole to be hanged around neck. Though, it is a traditional form of dress for men; fashion designers have been experimenting a lot with the kind of work done on them, cuts given to the sherwani and a mix of color combination.

A formal shirt and trouser for a wedding or a party sometimes become too ordinary. For a modern Indian man today there could be nothing more stylish and appealing than a Jodhpuri coat. Jodhpuri suits add an indefinable aristocracy and sophistication along with an ethnic touch. Traditional menswears are available in new varieties, colors and have a perfect blend of modern and contemporary fashion statement. Even international designers are trying their hands for bringing more options through Indian fashion elements.

Indian wedding safa, sherwani, dhoti kurta, pajama And shoes , which is an all time favorite for men, is custom designed according to taste, style and color choice. It is one of the most popular wedding dress that everyone equally likes. You may go for a heavy traditional sherwani with embroidery all that gives you a majestic look on the d-day. Sherwani helps to make you look elegant and attractive than you already are! Fashion designers usually prefer offering the sherwani with a typical Nehru collar followed by a buttoned up look on front. Most of the sherwanis are usually made long and are meant to be at least knee-length. Sherwani looks best along with appropriate jooties and sandals. If you are a casual dresser and the wedding not so important then you can put on your collarless Kurta with even your pair of jeans. The markets are flooded with stylish kurtas in pastels and other bolder colors for modern indians. The older men still prefer to be seen at parties in embroidered dhoti and kurta. This makes them feel closer to their ethnicity and gives them an respectable look.

For the powerful and vibrant men nothing matches better than a pathani suit. A simple pathani suit can make you stand out in the crowd. Indian fashion designers have experimented with pathani suits also and now you can get them in heavy embellishments and embroidered work. Indian fashion designers now create vibrant wedding dresses based on traditional dresses.

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