Lookbook for Grooms

Anything less than perfect for the groom just wouldn’t do! If one thinks that the bride gets the larger share of the attention, they are wrong! Because you are the one who will shine from the top of the ghodi! Every pair of eyes will follow you on your wedding day, so make sure that your wardrobe is up to it and that you don’t disappoint with your classy yet cool style. If you are confused as to what to wear on your wedding day, then worry not, here are a few best dressing options for you to consider for your grand day:

Traditional Kurta Shalwar

Along with being comfortable, shalwar also gives an elegant look. Due to its various designs and patterns, this dress can be styled beautifully for both formal and informal events. You can wear embroidered silk or cotton kurta shalwar for your sangeet or haldi ceremony.

 Ravishing Tip: If you don’t want to wear the kurta with shalwar, you can simply team it up with the casual jeans or straight fit trousers. The dress will enhance your personality and will make you the showstopper of the event.

Elegant Sherwani

Sherwanis are a common choice of Indian grooms, especially for their wedding day. It is often worn in the most common colour, off-white. But say thanks to our actors and designers for adding more colours to this outfit. This ethnic wear now comes in various colours like maroon, dark blue, black and many more. Make sure the length of the sherwani is till your knees and is well-fitted.

Ravishing TipSherwani looks best with contrast-coloured stoles, pagadi and mojris. Go for heavy embroidered or light-work, depending on your comfort level. But, avoid the plain ones, as they give a very dull and pale look.


Tuxedoes are really catching the imagination of wedding designers. If you are looking for class, combined with comfort, then you can choose a tuxedo out of the various dressing options available. Tailor made tuxedoes that hug your shoulders nicely will ooze with style and make you look classic and set to rock on your wedding day. However, make sure that the tuxedo gels with the colour and the attire your bride chooses for herself.

Ravishing Tip: Choose only that cut and style which you feel suits you best . Also accessorize yourself with accessories like bow, cufflinks, pocket square .

Jodhpuri Suit

This traditional Indian version of the classy Western suit stands apart and goes well with the wedding occasion. Of all the wedding dressing options to choose from, this one is preferred by most Indian grooms. The colourful designs, embroidered coat and trousers make it perfect wedding attire. Add embroidered, traditional shoes or ‘juti’ to own this look.