Unique Menswear For Engagement Spotted At Real Weddings
BY Sakshi Saxena | 08 Apr, 2019
When you're the groom and it's your engagement, its not always necessary to wear a tux or a suit. There are countless other options out there too- ranging from classy to quirky, from conventional to offbeat. Here are some dapper grooms we spotted who are perfect to inspire you to try something new on your engagement too. So go ahead, and get inspired!
Velvet layered jacket
Image via Priyanka & Karan
How smart does this groom look with his layered jacket in maroon- which makes for a cool Indo-western outfit of sorts!
Something quirky in an offbeat shade
Image via Divya & Karan
This groom picked a bright royal blue shade instead of the conventional blue for his engagement, and we love it. Don't miss the pocket watch on his lapel!
An embellished short sherwani kurta
Image via Hitched and Clicked
This groom picked a short sherwani of sorts, a very different choice, but it looked nice for a function that is not very intimate, and you're looking for something a bit more traditional.
Or a full one in an offbeat shade
Image via Priya & Varun
If you're having a grand engagement, and want something traditional to match the bride, then why not pick a sherwani! Pick something in an offbeat shade to make it stand out differently than at a wedding.
Military embellishments that up the game
Military embellishments are super in for grooms these days, and they do look amazing.
A bandhgala in an offbeat hue
Image via The wedding films
A bandhgala is a very nice choice for a groom, and we highly recommend wearing it for at least one of your functions. If you don't want to look boring and predictable, then how about you mix things up by wearing something in an offbeat colour.
Kurta with a subtle Nehru jacket
Image via Dhrumil & Anusha
If you're having a laid-back brunch style engagement, then this is one smart option as well. While bright colours look better on the mehendi, subtle ones can work for the engagement.
Draped kurtas with a jacket look smart and offbeat
Image via Frozen Forever By Karan - Prem Studio
A draped or pleated kurta paired with a jacket or bandhgala is also a great alternative if you want to go for that Indo-western vibe.
Something assymetric and cool
Just a little twist on the traditional, but does look sharp.
A white suit with a quirky bowtie
Another great option, looks offbeat and quirky, especially with a fun bowtie.
A tux in an offbeat groom shade
Image via Dipak Studios Wedding Photography
Lilac or lavender for a groom? A nice offbeat pastel shade would really pop and how!
A sleeveless jacket with a shirt
Image via Priyanka & Karan
If you want to go for simple, but stylish.