Unique & Trending Groomwear Looks For The Cocktail!
BY Sakshi | 08 Oct, 2019 | 924 views | 2 min read
Yes we know a classic tux is what it is- classic and something you just cannot go wrong with on the Cocktail or Sangeet. But why be predictable when you can have so much fun with your Cocktail outfit? Yes, grooms are pushing the boundaries too, and here are some cool ideas and outfit inspiration for you if you're looking to do things differently at the Cocktail!
Twinning personalised jackets which look so cool!
Image via Snehi & Bhagya
Isn't this just a brilliant idea? You can relax, kickback and have so much fun without being too formal!
Something relaxed and cool to twin with the bride!
Image via Mayuri & Ritesh
This one is a nice idea too- a cool mix of semi-formal and casual!
A Phulkari jacket
Image via WhatKnot Photography
Doesn't this one just pop well? Phulkari photographs really well!
A quirky, personalised tux!
Image via Ankit V Kapoor
Because why not? If you're a groom who wants to make a statement, then go for it!
An ivory suit with a cool bow tie
Not the usual black and white tux, but an ivory one is a great alternative if you want to look classic yet stand out at the same time. A quirky bow tie can really enhance the look.
A classy Banarasi sherwani with a stole
Image via Vivek Krishnan photography
Looking for Indian options? Then how about a Banarasi sherwani or a plain one in a standout colour with a Banarasi stole to go with it?
Or something over the top!
Image via Krupa & Ruchit
You're the groom- everything's allowed at any function!
Indo-western also looks pretty unique and amazing!
The market is flooded with cool Indo-western options too- you can always give something a shot at the Cocktail or Sangeet.
Military embellishments give an offbeat look
Looks super trendy and cool- we love it!
An asymmetric tux
Image via Amit Puri Photography
A little play on the classic tux, this one also makes you stand out!
Or a layered asymmetric kurta-long jacket combo
Image and Outfit viaJatin Malik Couture
Falls in the Indo-western category again, but looks nice for the Cocktail if you don't want to go down the predictable route.