20 Real Grooms in Sabyasachi Outfits
Real grooms around the world redefining Indian tradition in Sabyasachi Mukherjee ensembles
The bride’s ensemble gets all the attention but perhaps only because men haven’t been trying hard enough. Thankfully, grooms are waking up to the fact that they need to complement their gorgeous women and so there’s a growing interest in style and trends for the groom’s trousseau.
And the grooms are all making a beeline for bridal favorite Sabyasachi Mukherjee whose luxurious tastes and understated clothing line for men redefined traditional Indian men’s wear. We present some of his signature wedding ensembles worn by real grooms across the globe.
1. Elegant in Ivory
Sonny wore a sophisticated ivory sherwani with self-embroidery to his Pheras in California.
Photo Courtesy – Lin and Jirsa
2. Suave in Black
A knee-length somber black sherwani coupled with an ivory churidar had Urraz Bahl look opulent and princely at his palace wedding pheras.
Photo Courtesy – The Wedding Filmer
3. Unusual Hues
The sky’s the limit for someone like Ayush Jain who pushed the envelope in a pastel blue kurta with a floral embroidered bandhgala.
Photo Courtesy – Cupcake Productions
4. Statement in White
Sun, sand and a clear sky were the perfect backdrop to Samarth’s sharply cut beige sherwani at his pheras at the Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah, Oman.
Photo Courtesy – The Wedding Salad
5. Royal in Gold
At his palace wedding in Hyderabad, Naseer wore a regal sherwani in gold with heavy embellishments to perfectly complement his beautiful bride.
Photo Courtesy – Sutrasnapperz
6. Flower Power
It’ll be roses all the way for this couple. Rishabh took his bride’s floral motifs and wore them with contemporary cool via a pink, floral kurta under a floral, brocade bandhgala at his mehndi ceremony in Rajasthan.
Photo Courtesy – Shades
7. Floral in Silks
Indu Tandon looks like a groom out of a fashion magazine in this incredible silk creation in cool colours and floral prints from the designer’s Firdaus Collection.
8. Traditional in Red
A clever way to bring traditional red into the couple photo: Rohit Goyal looked dapper and perfectly in tune in his red self-embroidered sherwani paired with an ivory churidar.
9. Understated in Beige
Luxury added with texture – Atit’s beige sherwani embellished with ivory embroidery is regal and masculine.
Photo Courtesy – The Wedding Salad
10. Grand in Gold
A wedding that made waves around the world – Rohan’s heavily embellished gold sherwani is grandeur-enabled for his lush wedding in Florence.
Photo Courtesy- DotDusk
11. Omani Royalty
Pawan wore a cream threadwork sherwani with an ethnic turban from Oman.
Photo Courtesy – DotDusk
12. Elegant in Velvet and Gold
Like something out of the Arabian Nights, Inderpreet looked royal in an ivory and gold embroidered ensemble complete with a flamboyant velvet stole in emerald.
Photo Courtesy- Danelle Bohane
13. Dreamy in Peach
Beautifully offsetting his bride, Sahil looked like a young prince in love in his peach sherwani with intricate gold embroidery teamed with a peach safa.
Photo Courtesy – Tuhina Chopra Photoworks
14. Gold Intricacy
Metal on metal, Nikunj looked resplendent in his gold sherwani that was enriched further with intricate embroidery also in gold at his pheras in Hua Hin.
Photo Courtesy – Coolbluez Photography
15. Vintage Pastels
Uday wore a pastel green and gold sherwani along with a gold safa for his pheras.
Photo Courtesy – Ramit Batra
16. Regal in Red and White
Nikhil chose a white sherwani with intricate threadwork and a maroon stole along with a regal red safa.
Photo Courtesy – Picture Perfect India
17. Royal in Ivory
Bollywood actor Kunal Khemu looked dapper in a cream colored sherwani paired with a chanderi silk safa.
18. Elaborate in Gold
Cricketer Suresh Raina chose an elaborate gold all-over embroidered sherwani for his pheras.
19. Elegant in Brocade
Tushar wore a beige brocade sherwani along with a maroon safa and stole.
Photos Courtesy – Alma Weddings
20. Floral Fantasy
Gaurav went vintage in a long jacket with floral detailing and a churidaar at his sangeet.