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

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - collin.ro­drigues@hin­dus­tan­times.com ■ Ak­shata Shetty

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

PHOTO: PRODIP GUHA/HT

A sleeve­less jacket teamed with a pop-coloured kurta makes for a trendy out­fit

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