Traditional Sherwani & Kulah For Regal Groom Look

| December 7, 2017

In all weddings we see that brides steal the show with their gorgeous and outstanding appearance including dress, jewelry, makeup and with other accessories. The day is equally special for the couple but hardly anyone glances at the poor groom.

Here we have an exquisite collection of groom attire that will definitely help any groom to steal the show like his better half. We have made beautiful pair of sherwani dress with wear kulah. Let’s briefly talk about the traditional groom attires and traditional head wear.

Velvet Sherwani & golden kulah:

Velvet fabricated Sherwani is truly elegant attire bedecked with exquisite light golden zari work. Light golden buttons matching with embellishment are increasing the grace of the attire. Kolapuri Chappal having golden tilla embroidery is complementing the groom look. This bridegroom ensemble includes a matching light golden shade kulah that will surely make a bridegroom stand out at his biggest day of life.

Jamawar red kulah with jacquard Sherwani:

Eye-catchy golden Sherwani is featured with jacquard making a very good combination with red. Ban neckline is looking attractive with a little touch of red patch embellishment and even on Sherwani are moulded match to the pattern of the dress. Red color churidar pajama is giving the dress royal and regal look and a bridegroom wearing this dress holding a sword in hand will look like a Mughal prince on his wedding day.

Red velvet Sherwani set:

These days it has become a popular trend that bride and groom wear matching clothes. This red color Sherwani set will work best for winter weddings designed in luxurious velvet stuff. Velvet Sherwani having intricate embroidery is looking ravishing

and matching velvet plain kulah on the exterior with elaborate brooch is looking captivating. Velvet fabricated plain red Patiala shalwar and traditional khussa footwear in matching red color all things are creating wonderful appeal.

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