Detailed groom accessories are something that’ll surely help you make a statement at your wedding!
If you think only the brides need to put so much effort into choosing their outfits and accessorising, then probably you’re wrong. On the wedding day, the grooms put an equal amount of thoughts into deciding what they will wear and how are they going to top up the outfits with the accessories. The right safa colour, right pattern, right kalingi etcetera other groom accessories, can make or break your wedding look and we don’t want you to look any less of a show-stopper than you are.
Accessories for grooms can do wonders to improve the look of a groom and offer the extra touch of royalty and glamour. Here, we have curated the list of the must-have groom accessories, scroll through the list to steal away the ideas you loved :
If you’re going for the formal look, then bow ties or regular ties are an essential element for the outfit. Varying from solid shades to quirky or floral prints, ties do have an effect on the all over appearance of the set. One fantastic idea would be matching the bow tie & the pocket square, giving it a classy look.
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A stunning jewel brooch turns your plain sherwani into a royal outfit and gives you a very classy look. Whether it’s a tuxedo or Nehru jacket or even a sherwani, rare brooches can level up the whole look of the groom. However, it doesn’t matter if it’s a simple brooch or a multi-chained substantial brooch, it won’t go unnoticed, and you can see people giving attention to it. So don’t forget to put this on your list.
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I’m sure you might be thinking cufflinks barely make any difference, but believe me they do in an excellent manner. As I’ve always said, small details matter, similarly cufflinks buttoned to your sherwani or tux, grab the attention of the guests who have an eye for details. Also, another plus point is that cufflinks can be personalised in many ways, you’ll see that below :
Also known as Kalgi, these are mainly a turban or safa accessory. Starting from diamond detailed kalangi to multi-chained ones, these accessories enhance the overall beauty of the safa. Moreover, if you have chosen to go for the simple solid coloured safa, then a kalangi can act like exquisite decoration for it. We have listed our favourite Kalangis for you; they might leave you confused because all of them are so good :
Although footwear is not accessories, then they have to be on your checklist. Indian Groomwear without saying comes with the traditional shoe, i.e. mojris or jutis. These footwears also come with some winsome floral embroideries or other intricate embroideries. Here, you can choose whether you want to go for classic leather ones or the fabricated ones which come in various colours to coordinate with your outfit.
Who said necklaces are a feminine ornament, groom’s these days accessorise with neckpieces and boy! They’re pulling off the look well. I’m sure a lot of grooms love to stick to the basics, for them a simple multiple pearl chains necklace would be the best. However, for others, you can go for some royal mix and match of multi-hued pearls and gems for adding the dazzling effect to the outfit. Moreover, another fantastic idea for enhancing the appearance would be matching the necklace with the kalangi. Scroll through these fantastic neckpieces and decide upon which one you found to be the best :
No matter how much you neglect the small details, in the end, those are the details that enhance your appearance. Let’s jump on to another tiny essential accessory for the groom, which is pocket squares. Pocket squares complete the outfit, and we all agree with this. Pocket Squares matching with the tie makes a classy ensemble and gives a handsome look to the attire. Also, if you’re wearing a sherwani or Nehru jacket. Then you can coordinate the pocket square with the outfit as well. Listed below are some unique ideas on how you can style your pocket square on your wedding day :
If there gorgeous veils for the bride, then there are classy, artistic sehras for the groom. Grooms are no less in keeping up with the trends, and so we’ve handpicked some trendy Sehras for you to choose from. Under this, you can also choose from whether you want floral Sehra or the one with pearls and faux diamonds. Without further ado, let’s browse through the ideas given below :
A shawl acts like an inevitable part of sherwani that cannot be missed upon. Indian grooms usually wear shawls along with sherwani and styled by wearing it around the neck or draped around the shoulders. Moreover, these come in different colour combinations and patterns, go through the gallery below to make your best choice :
I’m sure this groom’s accessories checklist and different ideas with it would’ve given you ample amount of views, how many of them did you save?
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