The modern groom needs to showcase elegance, power, and status when leading to his wedding ceremony and into the mandap or onto the stage. For those few moments before the bride making a grand entrance to grab that limelight for the rest of the day, get all eyes are focusing on your wedding sherwani.
But fear not as Get ethnic is on hand with the help to choose the perfect wedding sherwani to impress your guests, your bride and most importantly those dreaded in-laws!
First and foremost have a ‘conversation’ about the color of the wedding sherwani they are wearing for the Roka ceremony with your fiancée before you venture out on your own. Your sherwani should complement the bridal dress, not the others around. So don’t be in doubt your bride-to-be will already have thought through color scheme get into detail about to find the shade she is wearing.
You should have total control over the style; there are plenty of options available in the market for the wedding sherwani. Have some fun while you try out different styles at Get ethnic and find what best suits you and to choose something that will make you stand out from the crowd.
Design can make-or-break your image during the wedding ceremonies. You can get the best design detail from us as we have a dynamic range of designs that exist, from immersive prints, embossed patterns to various levels of embroidery depending on your interest.
The length of your wedding sherwani plays a big role in your overall look. Try lengths that finish both above and below your knee taking the right advice from the designers. As you should have the clothes that don’t make you look tall or slim but instead comfortable and perfect throughout the day.
Get Ethnic let your Indian Ethnic Wear requirements sketched first & know your views before customizing it accordingly. We have a team of designers that promise to provide 100% hand-stitched detailing on both Men & Women’s outfit. Reach us for measurements to customize your wedding wear today!
India is a land full of colors, cultures, mixture of different languages, the cultures which follow different traditions. It is place where you can see people of different races, castes, religions, and languages, living in harmony and peace together. Everyone having their traditions for the wedding, now in this article,
It is the first ritual for the wedding performed by applying a paste of turmeric, sandalwood and kumkum is prepared by Sumangalis or married women. So as per the tradition, you can wear lehenga, simple and sober saree, or even like a bit embroidered crop top with a skirt. Gauri Puja It is a tradition at the bride’s home with a small puja for Goddess Gauri who represents purity, austerity, and virtue.