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Guide To Perfect Bridegroom Accessories

November 22, 2017
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Sorry ladies, this one is for the gentlemen in your lives! Grooms-to-be, is your wedding around the corner? Are you wondering whether your life partner will steal all the limelight? If you are, read on for some unique bridegroom accessories that will make you the cynosure of all eyes.

Sarpech:

If your customs call for you to wear a turban, then you are in luck! A sarpech is a grand groom accessory that can make you shine. You can accessorize the turban with an eye-catching sarpech, which is jewellery worn on the turban. Match the jewel with your sherwani or your bride’s lehenga for an extra stylish touch.

Stole:

This one is a no-brainer. Get the best stole (a dupatta with tassels at both ends) that matches or contrasts with your sherwani and drape it like a prince. This is one groom accessory no groom should be without.

Jewellery:

Yes, you read it right. Grooms accessories include Jewellery. Be it a long string of pearls, a multi-strand neckpiece of precious stones, a neck piece is a must. Want more? How about brooches? Display an elaborate brooch proudly on your sherwani. Rings, bracelets, kadas are other items you can consider, but don’t overdo it. One statement piece is sufficient.

Pocket Square:

Want to ooze class? Then the groom accessory you need is a pocket square. Tuck into your sherwani pocket and you’ll immediately look like royalty.

Footwear:

Exquisitely embroidered mojris, jootis or brogues for those of you who want to rock an Indo-western look, footwear is an important part of groom accessories.

Wallet:

You might be wondering why this is needed but how are you going to rescue your afore-mentioned footwear? Besides a monogrammed wallet is the ultimate in style.

Watches:

The sky is the limit here. As far as groom accessories go, this is the most basic. Pick a watch in gold, platinum or any metallic shade. Even better, buy a ‘His and Her’ pair of fancy watches and adorn your bride’s hand with a matching watch.

Cufflinks:

Be it simple silver pins or customized ones, the ones with multi-colored jewels or a simple line of rhinestones, you can choose cufflinks that match your suit and personality.

Handkerchief:

Do you believe in tissues? Well, just ditch them for a day. A silk handkerchief will add style to your outfit, especially when you whip it out to wipe something off your bride’s cheeks!.

Western accessories

If you are not planning to wear a sherwani, then a three-piece suit can make you look just as great! Be sure to accessorize the suit with a tie or a bow tie, a cool belt, fancy cufflinks and shoes of the right color.
These ten groom accessories can make the bridegroom look like a million bucks.

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