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Riyaz Gangji speaks on the trends in grooms wedding ceremony looks

By Visweswar Reddy

Classic remains classics — trends will keep coming and going but style will be forever. The objective of a bride or a groom is to look fashionable even as one leafs through the wedding albums after many years of the wedding. So, sensible fashion rules.

Riyaz Gangi

Colours: The eternal bridal shades like gold and maroon are always the favourites. Blues and greens have also invaded the groom’s wardrobe.

Fabrics: I like working with jamevar and Khadi. I would not suggest velvet wear for the groom.

Mehendi-sangeet look: Since it’s more of a private gathering, a comafortable dhoti-kurta pairing will do the trick. The lowers can be Punjabi-style Patiala dhotis or Aligarhi style salwars.

Wedding look: It has to be a mature, manly look with a heavily embroidered Indian sherwani. For men with a shorter build, slim fit trousers paired with a sherwani will work better.

Reception look: This is a Western-style day in terms of the party spirit and the formal air — so, a chic suit will work the best. Italian in cut, a one-button power suit with little Indian accents will bring out the perfect Indo-western fusion look and retain the spirit of ethnic glamour while wrapping it up in a Western look.

Available at: Libas, Juhu, Peddar Raod & Mulund, Mumbai
Price: Mehendi-sangeet, Wedding &
Reception ensembles: Rs.35,000 to Rs.1,00,000

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Jayhawk [ 24 Jan 2012 ]
That's the smart thnkiing we could all benefit from.