People like to talk about weddings in superlative terms. Your wedding should be the “happiest” day of your life, the “most important” day of your life, the “biggest” day, and so on. So without wasting your time go through the gallery and have a look for the groom outfits and choose for yourself.
Paresh Lamba thinks “Your outfit should be a classic example of whatever style you’ve chosen. Tuxedo wearers will want to be a textbook image of black-tie style – suits wearers should be fitted perfectly and ornamented with a carefully made boutonniere for your wedding day“.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee took the time to cultivate his signature look. Weddings will go classy with his style statement. His designs are fit for all Indian princes. “Initially people thought his block printed designs looked not so brilliant and they were perhaps right. It was only over a period of time that his aesthetics were honed.” He pioneered the use of Indian textiles in a modern context.
At Diwan Saheb, innovation is the name of the game and this is rightfully manifested in their collections like ‘ Featherweight suits’, ‘ Business suits’, ‘Linen Collection’ and more. “For your wedding, you can wear either ethnic or western. So, basically anything between a royal sherwani to a midnight blue tux. Or perhaps a burgundy velvet suit.”
With your outfit you need shoes, watch and what about your hairstyle.