45+ Latest Safa Styles for the Groom & Groomsmen #Trending
Have you decided on your safa style yet?
Do you know what’s trending? We bring some of the latest safa styles for the groom, which will make you look no less than a king!
Although safa draping is a traditional thing, modern Indian men still prefer to wear it at the wedding. But the twist is, even the safa styles come with their trends. Starting from floral designs to solid pop up colours, even safas vary in their colour schemes, fabrics and patterns. We have listed various styles for you and feel free to save the ideas you loved:
1. Floral Safa
Floral Prints, be it on bright pop colours or pastel colours, it just looks dreamy and on point. You can either choose to coordinate the print or contrast it with the outfit, whichever way you want it to be, but the safa completes your look for D-day. Another addition that you can make is, colour-coordinating the pocket squares with the safa designs. Even if your outfit is in a natural and straightforward shade, adding a floral safa can enhance the overall look and give it a finishing. Moreover, not only the groom, even the baratis can have floral print safas and coordinate with each other. Another variety that you can add in the safa style is the fabric being used in it, like chanderi or stiff material.
2. Monotone Bright Pop or Dark Colours
Solid coloured safas ranging from bright pop colours to pastel colours, monotone looks simple yet elegant. Also, to beautify the safa, you can opt for solid coloured safas with different colour bands on the borders. You can also choose safas with motifs embroidered on the edges, which add a little bling to the safa. Another add-on is the beautiful safa brooches that enhance the look of the attire & safa and make it more appealing. One colour that is trending is the set of metallic colours, try different metallic colours, and you’ll stand out of the crowd.
3. Colourful Leheriya
Everyone is aware of how trendy leheriya fabric is these days, and you will be happy to know that even multi-hued leheriya safas are trending. Either colourful or shades of two, everything looks phenomenal, and it also adds a traditional touch to the look. You can have some colour-coordinated leheriya safas for the groomsmen as well as the groom to have a colour code at your wedding. Also, how can we miss out on the beautiful patterns embellished on the safas that go well with solid coloured Nehru coats or kurtas.
4. Quirky Prints
Simplicity and sober designs aren’t everyone’s go-to thing, some like to go for the quirky prints, and that looks uber cool for all the right reasons. Quirky patterns mostly include abstract arts or doodles or some identical models which give the fun vibes and are suitable for the chill mood. Moreover, they are other in-demand patterns as well that includes similar motifs all over the safa which contrast with the fabric and match with the outfit. This gives finishing to the whole attire and upgrades it to a whole new level.
5. Shaded Fabrics
I’m sure you would have heard about the tie & dye fabrics being in craze nowadays, and now you’ll know why. Shaded structures tend to blend two colours well so that they complement each other in a meaningful manner. Moreover, another add-on for modifying it and making it more beautiful is floral or any other embroidery around the borders of the safa. Besides, contrasting colours or colours of the same hue, it looks unique and exceptional when mixed.
6. White Safa
Grooms are often known for sticking to the basics and ultimately pulling off a classy look. Same is the case with white safas, these are considered to be quite simple and basic, but when they are worn along with the gorgeous safa brooches, the look is quite commendable. Also, other than the pins, another element that beautifies the safas are the coloured bands on the borders which can vary from bright pop colours like red or some warm colours like golden or mustard. Moreover, one good thing about white safas is that they can go well with any colour used in your attire, be it light colours or dark, white will complement it pretty well.
I think we’ve given you quite a lot of options for your wedding ceremonies! Make your choices wisely because I’m sure you don’t want to look any less than a king on D-day!
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