Get the style on point on your D-day
Why should brides have all the fun? Designers share tips for grooms-tobe on how to shine on their big day
Planning for a monsoon wedding? While the major focus is always on the brides, it’s time to find out what the grooms need. Keeping the groom’s individualistic persona in mind, designers share ideas for grooms-to-be to look like a style icon on their D-day.
“Every groom has a distinct idea of his preferences, which makes it very individualistic. It’s best advised to keep your garment fuss free and not too heavy in structure,” says fashion designer Sandeep Gonsalves.
So what’s the ideal wedding outfit this monsoon season? “We suggest grooms to opt for classic silhouettes with minimalist embellishment and embroidery. Garments designed in luscious soft fabrics such as raw silk and cotton silk would be the most comfortable alternatives for the season. Make sure the colour complements the time of the occasion as well as your bride’s ensemble,” adds Gonsalves.
Actor Rahul Khanna in a fully embroidered jacket and fitted pants. The look is ideal for a cocktail or sangeet party
A sleeveless jacket teamed with a pop-coloured kurta makes for a trendy outfit