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We’ve all heard how hard it is for the brides to find the perfect bridal lehenga or the right jewellery. Well, grooms have it tough, too! Sherwani for grooms have such endless variety these days that you could easily get confused or change your mind about what you had initially planned. There’s no saying how many designs, colours and fabrics are involved in sherwanis nowadays. So, here’s a list of some of the trendy sherwanis to help you pick yours.

1. Royal Ivory

A simple ivory sherwani in raw silk is a classic look. This sherwani can be teamed up with big muted gold buttons and a brooch made with diamonds and stones. This look is timeless and looks very elegant. It is simple and very minimalistic but it looks like a million bucks. Wear it with classic juttis and a safa that has some embroidery and you’ll surely make heads turn.

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2. Beige and Gold

An understated yet masculine choice is the beige sherwani with gold embroidery. Not many grooms opt for a sherwani that has bling but this one is sure to dazzle. Team it with an emerald green dupatta with a gold border and similar jutis. If you’re feeling particularly dapper you could also throw on a pair of your favorite shades. You will find similar colours in the classic designs of indo-western for men.

3. Royal Gold

If you really want to make a statement, a royal gold sherwani is the way to do it. Gold brocade on beige teamed up with a deep maroon safa and a nice pair of gold juttis will give you a stylish look. This sherwani will also beautifully complement your bride’s lehenga and will create some magical wedding pictures. You could add embellished buttons or an emerald necklace to it to add a little pop of colour.

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4. Traditional Red

The traditional red sherwani is evergreen and a classic. This is always a winner and can be jazzed up with some nice accessories like a broach or a contrast pocket square. Wear it with a beige silk safa with golden embroidery and golden juttis. You could also add an emerald necklace if you want to add a dash of boldness.

5. Floral Hues

If you’re feeling a little ambitious, try a sherwani in silk with a floral print in pastel shades. These sherwanis can be customised to the colour and prints you want. You could try an offbeat colour like a light green and a light pink or go with the more risk-free colours of beige or maroon. This is your day to take a chance and make it work, so go all out!

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6. Velvet and Gold

This is a new trend and has some truly elegant combinations. Sherwani for men in gold brocade teamed up with a deep blue velvet dupatta that has a similar gold border is refreshing and dazzling. You can also add multiple strings of pearls to your look to make it regal and interesting. Add small booties to the dupatta and make it pop a little. All of these small additions really bring the look together and make it special for the big day.

With these inspirations, the perfect sherwani won’t take months to find. You simply have to put together the right accessories so that you can strike picture-perfect poses for your wedding photographer. Get a look that is sync with your bride’s. Go a step further and make it a little more personal, get a custom-made motif that you could use on your wedding invitations or decorations and also on the embroidery of your outfits.