Real Grooms Who Wore the Most Unconventionally Stylish Outfits!
BY Sakshi | 08 Mar, 2017 | 6419 views | 2 min read
We at WedMeGood love seeing a well-styled groom who's not afraid to take a risk! Yep, it's quite a sight for sore eyes, given the fact that most of the grooms we see are all in the same old boring 'manly' colours! Here are some of the stylish grooms we spotted off late, who took a risk, and it all paid off!
Fuschia Pink Banarasi Vests
Fuschia pink is always a bold color choice but add banarsi fabric to it, and it takes a real man to wear it ;)
Complimenting their new-age brides
New-age brides can be hard to match with, but these grooms pulled off a coordinated look without looking over the top matchy-matchy!
Velvet worn right
Image via Shutterdown - Lakshya Chawla
Who knew velvet is such a versatile fabric? Whether it's plain or embroidered, with Indian or Western, looks damn good!
Front Open Vest
Image via Aayushi and Smaran's Real Wedding
A simple, but such a fun Mehendi look! Who knew a plain white kurta pyjama could look so much more awesome with just a jacket?
Draped silhouettes that are so unique
Draped silhouettes for grooms are so new and can be done so differently- whether it is with a dhoti or a kurta pyjama!
Matching the kurta and the shoe!
Image via Burn Pixels Photography
This groom matched this shoes to his sherwani, and we think it's an awesome idea!
Emrboidery on the stoles !
Image via Happyframes
There's different embroidery on every element of this groom's outfit- the sherwani and the dupatta with it- but it still works and puts the whole look together!
Rocking colour #likeaboss!
Image via Time Shutterz
Yup! That's a lot of colour, but really makes the groom stand out- everything has an element of colour, and they're all different hues!
Bold florals in a unique hue!
Image via Shreya and Vivaan's Real Wedding
We love grooms who rock florals, and are not afraid to do it differently! Really stands out, right?
Bold Indo Westerns
Photo: Stories by Joseph Radhik. Outfit: Rohit Bal
This stylish groom had some serious swag with a bold, print with tulips on to his bandhgala !
Still want your groom to rock blues and blacks?