Why should brides steal away the show when the grooms can look equally flamboyant? Gone are the days when a wedding was only about the bride and her trousseau! It’s time to set your eyes on the ultra-stylish bridegrooms who are as starry as the bride. Fashion trends have given the men a lot many choices to flaunt their style with panache. So, if you are tying the knot this season, watch out for these unique colour combinations that will give you an edge over the crowd!
1. Burgundy and Mustard
Burgundy is the colour of the season! While the women have been graciously flaunting it in every possible way, the men should, by no means, be apprehensive about this colour. Burgundy is a rich shade that looks good on anyone and everyone. To brighten up the look for the occasion, pair it up with light hues of yellow or mustard and you are all set to steal the limelight! Try wearing a burgundy shervani with a mustard churidar or dhoti.
2. Blue and Maroon
Going by the colour-gender norms, blue is the colour of masculinity! Since time immemorial, it has been a hit amongst the men and it still retains that favourite spot. Navy blue Shervanis have become the ultimate choice when it comes to showcasing royalty. But this season is all about deviating from the norms, so bring in some freshness by adding streaks of maroon in your attire. You can also play around by reversing the combo.
3. Pink and Gold
Break away from all the cliches as “pink” is officially a colour for both the sexes! Not just the brides, but the grooms as well have taken up pink as a choice for their wedding attire. It is a versatile colour that looks quite radiant on both men and women. All you need to do is to work it out in a right way. For a balanced look that doesn’t look odd, club the pink shade with hues of gold or mint green.
4. Mint Green and Magenta
While dark green and magenta have become too clichéd, it’s time to change your taste to something more trendy and urbane. Mint green is the perfect choice if you have your wedding in the spring or summer season. Not only is it soothing to the eyes, but also looks super-stylish when clubbed with a brighter shade. To make it perfect for the wedding, don it with a magenta coloured safa.
5. Black and Burgundy
For all the grooms who are bold enough to carry it well, this combination is the sexiest of them all! You definitely need a lot of confidence to choose black for a wedding attire. But if you are game for a change, nothing can stop you from looking reasonably hot! Instead of going for an all black attire, add the richness of colours by combining it with hues of burgundy. You can also club a black shervani with a multicolour dhoti or a safa!