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They are suave they are flamboyant they are men



By Sanhati Banerjee

Fashion has redefined-of-sorts the modern Indian man, shaped his sensibility, inspired introspection, made him look inward and revisit his roots. The groom of today is no exception. Here’s a compilation of to-die-for trends, collections with a difference straight from the runway and expert style opinions only for men on top of fashion.

bhusatva

Here’s a designer label that is a blend of revivalist and sustainable fashion with contemporary style. Bhusattva uses fabrics which are made from natural fibres like cotton, cruelty free silk, wool, bamboo, flax, hemp, linen, banana, soya bean, sea grass and many more. We spoke to Digvijay Singh, the designer for Bhusattva on groom’s fashion for this season and he gave a holistic style update:


Colours: Greys, whites, blacks, maroons and browns are the ruling colours this season.
Fabrics: We being an organic label -- organic cotton satin, natural fibres like cruelty free silk,silk modals and kora silks are the fabrics we use for our collection.
Sherwanis Embroidery – motifs and forms: Embroidery in circular technique with French knots inspired from botanical flowers on these fabrics.

What would be the hottest way to pair the sherwani with?
The best way to team a sherwani would be with chudi trousers or chudidar payjamas.
Accessories to complete the look
Brooches add to the style statement of the attire, Rajwadi mojdis also look good, especially on the D day. The hand crafted shoes which we showcased along with our men’s wear collection at LFW Winter Festive ’10 make anyone stand out amongst the crowd. Head gear with a kalgi is yet another option.
Latest innovation in terms of pants/dhoti, salwar etc for groom...
Chudi pants and dhoti pants have become the trend setters this season.
Latest trends in jackets – for grooms
Nehru jackets are on the top in the trend-o-meter. Bandhgalas, Chinese collars, innovative neck lines and lapels.
How to personalize the look according to body & complexion types
Tall and muscular: Everything suits a well built body.
Brawny: Dark greys or blacks go well for them. A well fitted garment is a must.
Tall and lean: The shoulders of the garment have to be exaggerated to give a broader look. Wearing dhoti pants will balance it out.
Medium height with stocky build: The garment should not be too long, a decent length of a jacket and a sherwani goes well, achkan, which ends above the knees should be preferred over anything. The garment should be well fitted from the shoulders and the chest.
Short with stocky build: The groom with a short height and a stocky built must wear something which is short, and definitely a darker shade like black which gives a leaner look; also something which does not have collars or very small collars.
Fair: Pastels and off whites to sea greens and blues go well with the fair skinned.
Wheatish to Dusky Complexion: Shades like deep mustard, deep red or maroon or navy go well for the weatish to dusky complexioned people.
Dark: The dark skinned should go for more earthy colours.For the Indian complexion, blacks and greys go really well.

Expert Style Tip
What’s happening in most of the weddings in India is people over do things. Adopt techniques that can be used depending on a particular type. All techniques of embroideries and things should not be copied and an individual should know what suits him best.The whole idea is to look good which is the concept of wedding trousseau.

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