Let the Grooming Begin! Check Out These Dashing Bengali Groom Images for Some Major Bong Fashion Goals
It's time for the grooms to start with their grooming! If you're getting married in a typical Bong wedding style, you must check out these dapper Bengali Groom photos for some fashion tips. Keep reading and get inspired!
We've been looking at beautiful bride photos and bridal fashion images since forever. But let's not forget, that the groom fashion deserves just as much attention. While flipping through a Bengali couple images, you must have only focused on what the bride was wearing or how she did her makeup, right? So let's give you something that would take all your attention towards our dashing grooms this time!
Just like every other traditional wedding in India, a Bengali groom has a certain unique sense of styling and grooming that makes them stand out. So check out the images, observe the fashion tips and take cues for your wedding functions! Grooms-to-be get going right away!
1. Wine Angrakha
This contemporary outfit which is enhanced with a traditional Angrakha cut gives it the perfect Indo-western blend. The asymmetric ensemble in wine paired with a beige churidar would give a Bengali groom the perfect dapper look making him the show stoppers of every event.
Accessories: Contrasting red pocket square, shaded metallic buttons, fine button-hole detailing, beige Juttis.
Ideal Occasion: Engagement, Reception or Sangeet.
2. Metallic Copper Sherwani
Image Courtesy: A Bridal Story India
This Bengali groom chose to go with a completely traditional look. The metallic copper sherwani style kurta with fine thread works in maroon accentuates the elegance factor of the groom's outlook. You could team up this outfit with a maroon dhoti or a Churidaar.
Accessories: Maroon Uttariya or stole, watch, contrasting buttons and Kohlapuri Juttis.
Ideal Occasion: Wedding and Reception.
3. Cream Jamdani Kurta & Dhoti
Take inspiration from this Abhishek Ray creation where he used a Dhakai Jamdaani saree to make this simple kurta. Team up this attire with a navy blue dhoti for that perfect Bengali groom look!
Accessories: Some antique gold cut-work have been added on the placket.
Ideal Occasion: Wedding, engagement or Ai buro bhat.
4. Subtle Pistachio & copper Sherwani
This sleek outfit will bring out the royal in every Bengali groom on their special day. The elegant sherwani has a hint of pistachio green paired with detailed antique embroidery. You can go with a cream or beige churidar along with this outfit.
Accessories: Layer this attire with a fine dupatta with copper borders for a perfect synergy of tradition and grace. A bronze brooch and a beige pocket square would just complete your look.
Ideal Occasion: Wedding, reception or engagement.
5. Mustard Sherwani & Dhoti
Sometimes fashion doesn't need to be complicated. This is one of those Bengali groom images that says a lot in very simple words. A bright mustard sherwani kurta paired up with a beige or cream dhoti is all you need to make a statement on one of your wedding events.
Accessories: Black or brown pocket squares, brown buttons and brown Kohlapuri Juttis.
Ideal Occasion: Gaye Holud, reception or engagement.
6. Ivory Magic
When can you ever go wrong with ivory? If you're aiming at a graceful yet chic Bengali groom look to flaunt on any occasion, say it with ivory! This particular groom opted for an ivory kurta pyjama intricately embroidered in black. The pattern of embroidery is specially designed in an Alpona or Bengali Rangoli style giving the whole attire oodles of sophistication.
Accessories: Black boat shoes or Juttis, black sunglasses to add a little edginess.
Ideal Occasion: Pre-wedding photo-shoot, Engagement and Sangeet.
7. Cream & Peach
Image Courtesy: Kari
If you thought pinks and peaches are "brides only" colours, you couldn't be more wrong! Millennial grooms are equally experimental and enthusiastic about trying every colour in the palette. So why wouldn't you too? Get some major fashion goals from this groom who totally slayed the heavily embroidered cream sherwani paired up with peach Patiala Salwar. Bring some colours to your Bengali groom look and you'll be surprised to observe the head-turning reactions!
Accessories: Cream Nagrai Juttis, pocket watch, pearl strings as a necklace or a matching pocket square.
Ideal Occasion: Wedding or Sangeet.
Try different colours, fabrics an styles for different events. Keep the time of the day, weather conditions and your comfort level while choosing your attire. If you're up for a crazy playful Gaye Holud, go with bright and happy colours. While playing some fun Bengali wedding games after the wedding is over, like fishing the ring, you can pick softer fabrics that are easy to wear. Your Bengali groom look should be in sync with your personality as well as the occasion. For pre-wedding shoots, try coordinating colours with your partner's outfits. Go with your instincts and try out new things for fun. Make sure you feel comfortable in whatever Bengali outfits you choose and you can be sure to rock every function!
Any particular outfit caught your eye? Share your thoughts on groom attire and accessories in the comment section below.