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Designed to Suit



By Visweswar Reddy

Plan your wedding asked experts in the men’s wedding couture industry about the what to do and what not when it comes to designer suits for receptions. Here’s what they had to say.


designed to suit

Trends to Tap
Sudhir Diwan, MD, Diwan Saheb says “There has been an evolution in the designers suits segment. Contemporary men have started preferring double breasted suits. There are also a lot of demand for stunning embroidery designs, various colours, stud work and sequin work on the suits.
Mahesh Chand Mohnani, MD & Designer, Vasari India, says “Standing collar with sleek embroidery on neck is in these days, one can also go for slim fit formal suit with two side cuts with thin lapel. Slim fit tuxedos with broad collars in different colours -- gray, wine, blue and black are also faring really well.”
Vandy Mehra, Director & Designer, Study By Janak, says “Single button suits are quite a hit this season. Apart from that standing collar jackets are very trendy. Bandhgala Jodhpuris are evergreen, very classy and retains the traditional look.
Sartorial Styles
Sudhir Diwan says, “One can go for a bandhgala suit for the reception ceremony. Black colour would go very well on the groom. For the reception ceremony, one should keep the look very simple.”
Mahesh Chand Mohnani says “Grooms nowadays are seen sporting customised accessories to gain that edge over others. Grooms can go for Indo-westerns or standing collar suit with light embroidery. Bandhgala with brooch on the left chest also looks really good.
A tuxedo suit in black with gray waistcoat is a classic. Short sherwani in brocade fabric with patiala salwar can lend a festive charm effortlessly.”
Vandy Mehra says “The new-age groom is becoming more experimental, he is opting for designer suits and designer dinner jackets with the hint of colour to add that extra oomph to their attire. Grooms wearing designer suits can team it up with a bright pocket square or cravat or a stole. These accessories not only increase the style quotient but also add colour and grace to the whole outfit.”
 

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Reviews 3
sharad
good one.....my height is 6 f. and i am not so healthy. which kind of suit style will suite me for my marriage? please reply.
Posted on 08 Feb 2012
kirti vyas
Hi buddy, my height is 5"6 nd my my waist is 34 but m not healthy . actually in the process of reduce waist, my chest / shoulder became thin nd now my look like a 18+ ageguy. plz suggest me which kind of suit/ indowestern style wil suite for my marrige cuz m vert tense for al dis cuz in next month , m getting marrid. plz help..........
Posted on 17 Mar 2012
mohan maharajh
Please forward me your e/mail address of your store in Karol Bagh.
Posted on 24 Jan 2013