The groom and his groomsmen are a special group, so it’s only fitting that you take the time to find the perfect ensemble for them. There are many classic options for groomsmen out there, from kurtas to sherwanis—you just have to know where to look.
Kurta Pajama is the traditional dress for groomsmen. Kurta and pajamas are worn as an ensemble and are a comfortable yet stylish outfit that can be worn in any season. The kurta pajama is also versatile in that it can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion and what you’re doing that day.
A sherwani is a long coat with a high collar, and it often has side panels that can be fastened or left open. It’s commonly worn with a matching kurta (long shirt), which typically sports embroidery or other decorative elements. The kurta might have short sleeves or long sleeves depending on the occasion, but either way it should come in at the wrist to show off your cufflinks.
The sherwani can be made from silk or cotton, but they’re usually made of synthetic fibers such as polyester because these are more affordable and easier to care for than natural fabrics.
There are many classic and common options for groomsmen to choose from.
Choosing your groomsmen’s outfits can be stressful. There are so many options out there, and finding the right one can be a challenge. (Johnsonstring) But once you know what you’re looking for, it becomes a lot easier!
There are so many classic and common options for groomsmen to choose from:
- The tuxedo suit (either black or white) is an obvious choice for anyone who wants their wedding party to look classy without being too formal. However, this option does come with a few drawbacks—it may not always be appropriate depending on the venue; it doesn’t allow individualization; and it requires time and effort to coordinate multiple outfits among multiple people (which might not always happen).
- Another popular option is the traditional Indian kurta-pyjama ensemble. This option is great because it allows each person to express themselves through their own unique style while also allowing their personalities shine through in other ways (like getting them involved in planning their own outfits). The only downside? It isn’t as formal as other options like tuxedos or suits can often get overlooked when used at weddings where more traditional attire may be expected.
It is important to get the right look for your groomsmen, as they will be part of the ceremony and reception. You can choose from many different options, but make sure you take their personal styles into account before deciding what they should wear.