The Blue Sherwani is one of the best choices for the gorgeous Indian groom. After all, ‘why should girls have all the fun’? Not too long ago, Grooms and their wedding needs comfortably took a backseat, while all the attention was offered to the bride.
Not anymore. The modern man has a mind in matters concerning his marriage and has a say in things. The style and fashion requirements of the Indian groom have emerged to become a leading market need today.
Blue Sherwani or the love for it is unmatched when it comes to the ultimate in wedding attire for men. One might have noticed that a simple Blue Sherwani has the power to transform a ‘boy-next-door’ into a royal ‘heartthrob’ in no time. We are not exaggerating on this one; as the ethnic wear is an ‘oh-so-hot’ on any man who wears it.
While the ‘Three-piece suit’ might be the perfect go-to choice, we at My Mandap cannot stop raving about the blue Sherwani. It is the attire of the nobles and originated in the 19th century.
It was during this time, that the Mughal royalty would dress in some of the most remarkable Blue Sherwani to attend the English court. Lucknow is credited to have popularised the attire in the beginning, and soon the trend caught fire.
So, here we have some of the best ideas for the Blue Sherwani to pick from for your D-day. Browse along and savor the beauty it brings about in the male form:
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The Dark Blue Sherwani Idea
The dark blue sherwani offers a fine, royal look to the young man wearing it. As the color itself is rich and deep, the Sherwani design adds to the ultimate in a regal look. Here we are talking about a fine Velvet creation with an overlapping pattern.
The entire dress is covered with fine embroidery in gold, including the sleeves. The collar is the Mandarin type and the body of the Blue Sherwani is enclosed with soft-gold buttons along the edges of the Overlap.
This is can be worn with either Pants or Dhoti, as it can look great either way. The work is of exclusive Resham and enhances the overall richness of the attire. Team it up with traditional Juttis and you are sure to get proposed all over again towards the evening!
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Gold and Blue Sherwani Idea
Blue and Gold are perhaps among the best color combination out there, especially for the wedding or party wear idea. However, as we are talking about Grooms and what options they have; this is one of our favorite picks.
The outfit comprises knee-length Sherwani with Gold patterns all over. This is a navy blue sherwani idea that comprises intricately done embroidery in fine details. The Full sleeves and Gold buttons make for the complete look out of the ‘Magazine’.
What we love is the Mandarin collar complementing the straight Silhouette. This is an overlap Model and is best teamed up with a Golden or a Beige Churidar Pyjama. The fabric used here is Raw Silk with Woven work done all over. You could complete the look with formal shoes if you wish, but our pick is once again traditional Mojris or Juttis.
White and Blue Sherwani Idea
This is yet another classic choice of color combination for the ultimate in Groom’s wear. The shade we are talking about is navy blue over Pure white in a contrast pattern. The design itself is rather experimental, done on an otherwise plain sherwani cut.
The design is an Overlap flap over the regular Sherwani with a collar. Team this up with Art Silk Churidaar and Juttis and you are as good as the ‘Rajkumar’ for the night.
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The Plain Blue Sherwani Idea
Not a fan of too much drama? Well, we have the perfect choice for the Millennial man who is deep in personality and colour choice. Here, we have a nice classic Plain Blue creation that is meant to accentuate the festive mood.
This design has a rather aristocratic feel to it, as it is classy, simple, and sophisticated. The Art Silk fabric is the hero here, and its richness shines through the surface.
However, the statement Asymmetrical Hym is what catches the eye. Solid Gold buttons, and Collar with detailed embroidery make this a piece you would want to wear over and over again.
Team this up with Golden Churidaar pants and Mojaris and you are sure to be the ‘eyecatcher’ for the rest of the festive.
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Black and Blue Sherwani Idea
Another great idea for the dapper groom who loves to keep it classy. However, this is one of the unique pieces that you can wear with Pathani Salwaar beneath. This adds a more ‘masculine’ appeal to the Groom and makes him stand out; the attention he so deserves.
The Blue Sherwani Sherwani top is made from Brocade with Motifs done in a lighter shade of Blue. The design or the cut of the Sherwani is Contemporary, offering the modern man a slice of tradition with a twist. The fusion can be worn with formal shoes and the outfit itself is a fine choice for parties and festivals in the future.
The collar on this Blue Sherwani style is regular with ‘Soft Blue’ buttons lining the front of the outfit.
The Blue Velvet Sherwani Idea
Another great idea for menswear with the wedding theme. When planning a Winter wedding, one cannot go wrong with the use of Velvet. We simply love this creation, done in all-Velvet fabric with White for the Buttons.
The Blue Sherwani top is Knee-length with regular cuts and collars. The collar itself comprises White embroidery work done over it, offering the surprise of the contrast.
Likewise, the Cuffs of the Long sleeves also comprise the similar White work done over it. However, the star of this show is the Kora Dabka Embroidery work that adorns the outfit.
This is a Pakistani-inspired design and can be teamed up with plain Narrow-pant bottoms. Wear this with Wedding Kholapuri footwear and a smart Turban in Matt Gold to complete the look. One of our recommended picks for the upcoming Winter weddings is the colour and the trend to suit all skin tones and types.
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Peacock Pattern Blue Sherwani Idea
Now, there are Grooms who live life King Size; and we have just the pick for them. This extravagant creation is one-of-a-kind where the designs have gone overboard, and we are not complaining.
The main Blue Sherwani fabric is made from Blue Cotton Silk fabric and is covered with elaborate Gold work done all over it. Here, we are smitten by the ‘Peacock feather pattern’ that covers the lower part of the garment.
This is done in Zari’s work in shades of Blue, contrasting lighter shades of Blue and rusty Reds and Maroon. The collar and the design over the chest portion is a fine detailing of elaborate work, hence, covering every inch of the fabric.
While the Sherwani itself is elaborate, it is recommended, this up with Gold coloured Churidaars. Go for a turban, if you are up for it and you are sure to rock the scene.
Red and Blue Sherwani Idea
The millennial man is not afraid to try something different. And this creation is surely a unique piece. The design comprises Floral patterns in deep Red done over a Royal Blue background.
This is a jacquard Sherwani with floral prints and comprises a statement fusion cut at the hem. Team this creation with matt Golden Silk Dhoti pants and Mojaris, and you are sure to have all eyes on you.
For added drama, you can also opt for a row of Pearls; which offers the ‘new-age Prince’ kind of look. While this creation is great on its own, nevertheless, we recommend it for pre-wedding functions like engagement, Sangeet, or even the cocktail, if you wish.
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The Indo-Western Blue Sherwani Idea
This is creation is sure to have your bride ‘skip her heartbeat’ as she sets her eyes upon you. The Indo-Western fusion is a must-have if you do not wish to go traditional all the way. Personally, this makes a perfect match for the man who wishes to enhance his height on his D-day, as the Silhouette is designed in just the way.
The fabric is a Jacquard material in a Midnight Blue shade. The style is the Indo-western cut, with an Asymmetrical overlap style that offers a trendy look to the outfit.
The collar comprises minimal work done in a Gold thread, with Pastel Blue coloured buttons lining the front panel.
Team this up with White Pyjama Style trousers and formal Slip-On Shoes to complete the look. This is a great idea for formal parties and other social gatherings where you are entertaining a ‘mix-crowd’ with friends from overseas visiting.
Dark Blue Sherwani With Resham Work
We cannot emphasize how much we love this creation. A must-have for the Groom who wants to give a tough competition to his bride! The creation is a Wedding special and is created out of Velvet fabric.
The design is an overlap model, with one side being heavy with Resham work covering the entire area. This is the portion that is meant to catch all the attention, as the rest of the fabric is left Solid.
Also, the same Resham work covers the Sleeves of the Blue Sherwani. Team this up with Black Silk dhoti pants and Mojris. For added effect, you can also opt for the ‘Prince Pearl necklace’ in multiple strands.
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Royal Blue Sherwani With Stole
This wedding attire is specifically designed to transform the Groom into a handsome Prince for the evening. The design is rather a simple sherwani in traditional cut, however, it is the additional Stole that takes it a step above.
The Blue Sherwani top is a Solid Royal Blue creation with Gold buttons. There is a splatter of embroidery work in Gold thread done on the collar, offering the contrast against the Royal Blue.
The front of the Sherwani comprises of Golden Buttons enclosure and a breast pocket on one side. Team this up with Silk Golden Churidaar pants and Pearls to complete the look.
Sherwani is one such wedding wear for men, that manages to suit every body type and height. While it started as a dress for the Royals, nevertheless, it soon grew popular among the common crowd as well.
interestingly, this dress was bought in the country by the Turks and the Afghans. It was embraced and loved by the Indians, with the Noble men adding it to their exclusive wardrobe.
Today, the Sherwani is for everybody. It is a much-loved attire, that makes the Prince out of the common man. The richness of the fabric and the choice of embroidery done on it offers the festive look one desires for D-day.
So, dear boys, You don’t need a Princess to Kiss you to transform you into a Prince; all you need is the right Sherwani!