Marriages in India have always been a glossy affair. From wedding venue to the functions, Indians prefer everything to be a bit fancy. So should be the outfit and the accessories. Indian bridal accessories have been in the conversation since long and women have ample of options to choose from depending upon a lot of external factors. But accessories for the Indian groom have always been limited. In earlier times, grooms did not accessorize or experiment much with their outfits, but now the times are changing. As much as it is important for the bride to accessorize the grooms of the 21st century are no longer the last ones in the queue!
Read on to know more about the essential groom accessories for this summer!
Light coloured turban
Turban is a mandatory part of every groom’s outfit. But the colour of the turban plays a major role. There are so many colours available that at times it hard to choose one out of thousands. For typical summer weddings, it is best to go with light colours like baby pink, peach, light brown or nude shades. Such colours are pleasing for the eyes and absorb a lot of light making it breathable for the groom. Dark colours like magenta, hot pink, maroon should be avoided. These colours are best for weddings that take place in winters.
Yes, grooms wear jewellery too! Today it is an essential part of the groom accessories kit. Since it is likely that the groom will be wearing a lightweight sherwani for the summer weddings owing to the weather, this situation acts as a perfect time to experiment with the jewellery. The safest option is to pick white pearls. Pearls are lightweight, soft on skin jewellery item that goes with any kind of sherwani. It also gives a royal touch to the overall look of the groom.
The dupatta or the scarf is carried by the groom that is useful at the time of the kanyadaan ceremony. Usually, this accessory has a 50-50 say in the kit of groom accessories but if used looks great! Since we are talking about summer weddings, the colours and the fabric should be kept in mind. Light colours work very well in summers and fabrics should be used which are soft on the skin. Silk and heavy fabrics should be avoided.
A timeless watch adds sophistication to the overall look of the groom. A vintage watch that has a beautiful history associated with it is the best accessory any groom can use. Stylish watches speaks a lot about the groom’s style and shows the kind of gentleman he is.
Apart from the mentioned, one accessory which is vital and most important of all the groom accessories is his smile. A smile always makes the day for the bride and people who come to bless the couple. It is one of the most important days of anybody’s life and should be spent happily.
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