JJ Valaya helps
the Groom unveil his style.
is the one occasion when you just have to drop the Armanis and the
Cerrutis. Fact- Indian men look terrific in Indian clothes. So stop
being a prude and indulge in some serious Indian styling.
utterly stylish, regal and are perfect for the wedding. Light-weight
sherwanis are also a great alternative. For the reception wear, some
grooms prefer a western influence so we do a bandgala (quite
similar in style to the sherwani, the difference being that the
bandgala is of the normal jacket length with five buttons instead of
seven and is worn with formal western trousers) which is well
cut with a hint of embroidery to add the zing.
Today, it is
perfectly acceptable for a man to flaunt colour. However, it is
integral to cleverly blend it with some masculine shades to achieve
the right look. The favourite colors for most Indians grooms are the
light and sober, swinging between cream and beige, or even light
green or cocoa-brown.
you thought that embroidery was strictly a female domain? Think
again, for the magic that can be created with surface ornamentation
remains unrivalled. Learn to experiment and trust the experts to
find that perfect balance to go with your personality. Bright
embroidery is a strict no-no. Subtle and tasteful embroidery is the
choice of the modern man.
oh-so-important! Whether it's that perfect pair of mojris or
that set of 19th century antique buttons. Interesting
drapes- custom developed or passed down generations. The crucial
turban or ‘saafa’ should always be individually draped, never an
over-the-counter purchase to park on your head.
don’t ignore a good pedicure and manicure. Trust me, there are
going to be enough moments when going barefoot will be the order of
the day and you’ll need to show a clean pair of heels.
|Seen here Ivory sherwani embroidered with oxidised gold and raised
resham thread in subtle design from JJ Valaya
here Ivory sherwani embroidered with resham and raised
mukaish. With Crepe silk stole. By JJ Valaya