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Looks for grooms – Mehendi Ceremony

Whenever we talk about weddings and wardrobe styles, invariably we think about women and their clothes and accessories.

Whenever we talk about weddings and wardrobe styles, invariably we think about women and their clothes and accessories. However, nowadays we see the men too have quite specific sartorial choices and catering to this specific segment, Dapper brings to you some great looks for men for a Mehendi ceremony. A Mehendi ceremony is that one function where one can experiment with his look wearing something that is colourful and vibrant. Here is a list of outfit’s ideas that we have curated specially for the Mehendi function, so gear up for some dapper looks!

  1. Owing to their grace, class and sophisticated style, achkans are one of the popular outfits for men, particularly for wedding celebrations.
    SHM’s white achkan is made in self-embossed fabric that looks nothing more than regal. You can opt for minimal floral embroidered work on the on sleeves for a pop of colour and design.
  2. No one can go wrong with a classic Kurta and a Nehru Jacket. A steel grey kurta in Chanderi silk with a printed Nehru jacket from the collection of designer Sarab Khanijou would look royal on any groom. Pair it with a pull out pocket square to add an element of sophistication.
    A jacket in vibrant shade with printed florals is our top favourite. Such prints are made for traditional festivities. . You can opt for designer Arjan Duggal’s handwoven Banaarsi Silk Collection and Nehru jacket with floral weave.
  3. A Kurta and Dhoti is a great traditional option for a groom’s Mehendi function.. Choose a silk kurta as it pairs well with the Dhoti pants. Green being the colour of the function, opting for a kurta in a shade of green can give you a nice ethnic vibe. You can also add an embellished Pashmina or a Silk stole with the Kurta to complete your look.
  4. Donning basic kurtas in different hues or designs is an ideal option for a groom to for their Mehendi function. Jenjum Gadi’s silk kurta pyjama with cutwork is simple yet dressy. Pair it up with a stole for that extra edge.
    Especially if it’s a daytime celebration , one can opt for pastel shades.Even simple Cotton or self-textured kurta in pastel colour paired with a churidar, dhoti, or pants looks superb.
  5. A Mehendi celebration is the perfect occasion when one can play with a lot of styles and patterns.. . Cowl Kurtas look great for festive and occasion wear. You can opt for solid and flowy fabrics  and prints which look brilliant on a cowl, but whatever you pick, it’s important to find a blend of comfort and style. Add a long or short jacket with your kurta to give an extra dash of color and style.
  6. While the Mehendi ceremony is a traditional celebration, some men like to jazz up their outfits with a mix of ethnic and contemporary looks. Jodhpuri style is a great amalgamation of ethnic and western styles. For grooms who are looking to up their style game, this is the outfit for you! Don’t forget to add accessories like brooches, lapel pins, and turbans to enhance your look.
  7. Whether your Mehendi celebration is during the day or in the evening, if you are a lover of pastels, you can opt for this draped kurta set by Sarab Khanijou. This limegreen draped kurta with a layered style will look stylish  and classy on such an occasion.
  8. A crisp Lucknowi kurta looks  imperial and classic. The intricate thread work adds a touch of novelty to it. For the Mehendi ceremony, it will give the wearer a nice subtle look. Lucknowi kurta comes in a lot of different styles and colours with added embellishments like sequence and bead work to enhance its  appeal.
    Choosing the right outfit for the Mehendi function is as important as selecting one for the big day. Shop at Dapper to explore leading designer collections, menswear trends and styles, and exclusive offers.

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