Best Ways To Style Indigo For The Stylish Groom
Besides being a menswear trend for grooms, the colour is timeless and incredibly versatile. It’s hard to go wrong with the blazing blue hue, especially for functions that happen in the night time. Incorporate it in your mehendi, sangeet, cocktail, and reception with ease, and if grooms are on the lookout for indigo pieces to invest in, we have the best curation of indigo outfits and accessories for your big day.
Quilted Sherwani by Sabysachi
Grooms can wear this sherwani for the sangeet or reception, with a tonal shawl or complementary black safa to complete the look. Pops of gold in the borders and buttons enhance the full-bodied indigo hue just perfectly.
Textured Sherwani by Rajesh Pratap Singh
The expanse of deep indigo textile is broken beautifully with iridescent marble buttons — a lovely modern touch — and a blazing red pocket square. The multicoloured buttons are a stroke of genius which adds playfulness to a serious outfit.
Embellished Deconstructed Sherwani by Kunal Rawal
Ideal for a fun filled sangeet, grooms can don a sherwani which hinges on both modernity and tradition, and is infused with subtle elements for the keen eye to spot, just like this one. A shorter length and a relaxed fit makes this sherwani a hit with younger husbands-to-be.
This midnight blue deconstructed sherwani with dimensional thread work by Kunal Rawal is subtle but festive, with sophisticated tonal embellishment for the discerning groom. This is wedding styling that is minimal yet the right amount of fun for a night of shaking a leg.
Jacket & Kurta Set by Faraz Manan
Lately, the kurta has been in the limelight for its versatility — it can be dressed up or down according to the function. A heavier self-printed kurta like this one pairs extremely well with the embroidered shrug, and rich jacquard pants in ivory or indigo will complete this groom look.
Layered Sherwani by Falguni Shane Peacock
This sherwani needs little to no accessorizing — keep it simple with dark loafers and tonal pants and enjoy how on-trend yet timeless you look in this ideal cocktail outfit. Reserve this ensemble for a summer wedding of your dreams.
Indigo Loafers by Christian Louboutin
Shoes can make or break an outfit, and the same norm stands for wedding styling for both the bride and groom. These red soles will enhance any ensemble, be it an ivory kurta or a matching indigo bandhgala, and grooms can wear these long after the wedding is over, too.
Blue Pocket Square by Zegna
There are countless ways to fold and tuck a pocket square, depending on the occasion and nature of your outfit, but grooms should learn a simple puff fold to make their accessory pop. We particularly love the different shades of blue that this square has going on.
Deep Indigo Tie by Hermes
Styling for grooms isn’t just limited to Indian wear, and suits and tuxedos make for fantastic options for grooms having a Christian wedding or for formal wear at the reception party. A sleek suit is incomplete without a tie, and this self-printed indigo striped one is our top contender for an elegant night of socialising and fun.
Going vibrant for the tie is always an option, but at Clad, we love understated ties like this one which are versatile and easy to mix and match with any suit. The subtle Hermes motif in orange looks extremely polished, and the blue would look effortlessly amazing atop a crisp white dress shirt.
Grooms, now that you have a curation of the perfect indigo pieces to wear for your wedding, nothing can stop you from looking your dapper best on the big day, and all the functions in between. Contact Us to get a head-start on your wedding styling.
*This article was written by Fawzia Khan, Creative Features Editor at CLAD