Top Designer Labels for Indian Grooms
Gone are the times when #bridesgoals was a thing, but now the new age grooms are no less. Be it colour coordinating with their brides or nailing that formal tuxedo, they know how to do it right. The new-age grooms are now hunting for the perfect attire to match the mood of the celebration to look all dapper on the biggest celebration of their life. They are not only well aware of the newest trends but they are also open to experimenting with unique silhouettes for their outfits.
So, here is a list of top labels for the modern Indian grooms that will help you choose the perfect outfits for your wedding functions…
We are all aware of this name and also well acquainted with his extraordinary designs for men. He is the king of elegant bandhgalas that can make you look like a dream on your wedding. His designs are inspired by our rich history, folklore and fantasy which reflects on his men’s collection.
Anita Dongre menswear ensembles are all about class and sophistication. If all you desire to be the best-dressed man in the room, then this label is the one for you. Her wedding couture for men is a beautiful combination of the finest silks and luxurious heritage crafts. Dongre’s designs are inspired by the grandiosity of Rajasthan’s antique and their rich craft traditions, which are showcased in her Indian attires for men.
Diwan Saheb is one of the oldest and most trusted labels when it comes to traditional menswear. Their attires reflect a touch of elegance and royalty combined to offer a plethora of designs. Saheb’s menswear is also a combination of modernity and ethnicity to give an edge to the menswear.
Nowadays every bride dreams of being tagged as ‘Brides of Sabyasachi’ in their life and that day is not far that even all the grooms-to-be want be a Sabyasachi groom. No doubt, he is the best Indian designer whose attires are just amazing. Talking about his menswear, they are equally stunning as his bridal wear. He is also the man who introduced anarkali silhouette for men. His play with colours, prints and embroideries reflects great craftsmanship in his menswear as well.
No list of Indian designer is complete without this reputed name. Manish Malhotra menswear is just perfect for the grooms who want to nail it with their dapper look on their wedding functions. His Designer Shirts, Kurta Sets, Sherwanis and bandhgalas are to die for.
Raghavendra Rathore’s designs are all about luxury menswear as he is famous for his tailoring the traditional men’s formalwear including Bandhgalas, Breeches as well as tapered waistcoats- everything reflecting both sophistication and style. Rathore is also known for putting the classic bandhgala cut on the global map. He also promotes handwoven textiles and craftsmanship.
Rahul Mishra is known for his deft use of embroidery and delicate textiles, and this aesthetic is also seen in his menswear such as designed sherwanis, kurtas and bundis. His clothes are elegant and stylish, without the OTT frills so you can wear them again without any second thoughts.
Soltee by Sulakshana Monga
We are already in love with her bridal lehengas and now she has introduced a great collection for grooms as well. The collection has various options to choose from and you grooms can one play around with them for your mehendi, sangeet as well as the wedding day!
If you are one of those, who like to be simple yet classy then Khanijo is your label to go for. The designs are unique, and you can choose from a wide variety starting from their manarkalis to clean cuts. Khanijo’s silhouettes are all about breaking the stereotypical sherwani mould and leaving a mark with something unique yet elegant!
Kunal Rawal’s designs are all about eccentricity, texture-play and ultimate style. His designs offer a fusion of western influences and modern Indian elements. You can choose from his textured sherwani coats, metallic kurta and churidar sets, summer suits, and trademark kotis to breech pants, cotton bandhgalas and unusual shoes, to stand out in your wedding functions.
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