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Wedding day is the most important day of anybody?s life. Especially, in India the wedding day is full of so many traditions and rituals that it has become popular over the world. For ages, Indian matrimonials have all been about the look of the bride. But it is changing now. Even the grooms are as concerned about their look as the brides are. Just like the Indian bride, the groom is also now looking to wear attractive and eye-catching clothes. Not just the clothes but accessories, hair style are also finding place in a groom?s style itinerary for his wedding day. Thus, this article will focus on grooming the Indian groom.
Earlier, not many grooms used to concentrate on their look for the wedding day. But now the scene with the groom styling has completely changed in the Indian matrimony. To-be grooms start planning much in advance about all the details of his get-up. This includes dress, hairstyle, accessories and skin care. Also, for all the pre and post wedding functions also, the look has to be taken care of.
Firstly, the wedding attire is chosen. After all, in any Indian wedding, the dress of the bride and the groom holds a lot of significance. Although for brides, there are different styles in different community marriages, for men, the style more or less remains the same. Sherwanis, Jodhpuri suits, Kurta Pyjamas and formal suits are the all time favorites. The most common colors chosen by boys are brown, grey, blue and beige. However, these days more bold colors like red, black and maroon are also being tried in sherwanis. Sherwanis are typical north Indian and Punjabi wedding attires but they are finding acceptability in other regions too. It is a long coat, which is buttoned up in the front with Nehru collars. The length of the sherwani is well below the knees. It looks very elegant. Heavy embroidered sherwanis are all time favorites. Kashida, gold and silver aari work, chikankari and dabka embroidery are very famous. Fabrics like silk and brocade are also preferred for a chic look.
With sherwanis, mojaris or juttis are worn as footwear. These could be made to order as per the embroidery of the sherwani or readymade embroidered ones could be bought from the market. This accessory is a must to complete the ethnic look for the wedding day. As a headgear, turbans or safas are worn. They are worn in traditional Rajasthani style in bright prints. The turban is matched with a stole of similar print and cloth. To complete this ethnic look, an elegant string of pearls or a necklace with a pendant is worn over the sherwani. This gives the groom a very elegant and regal look.
The ethnic dresses are mostly chosen for the wedding day while for the reception party, a formal three-piece suit is preferred. With a formal suit, tie and the color and texture of the shirt play an important part. Stylish shirts in shades of navy blue, copper and grey can complement the look in a big way. Then, a proper tie should be chosen. Striped or printed silk ties in contrast colors are a big hit. A double-knotted tie worn nicely over the shirt gives the groom a much-desired smart look. With suits, formal shoes in colors of brown, black, grey or sometimes, even cherry are preferred. Then, one could also use other accessories like cuff links, tie pins, bracelets, chains and rings. Then, wearing a good perfume will complete the styling of a well-groomed groom on his wedding day.
This much was about clothes, shoes and accessories of the groom in the Indian matrimony. Now, a few tips on the groom?s skin care and hair styling. To make the skin look radiant and glowing on the wedding day, grooms go to salons days in advance. Special facials and skin care treatments for men are given to boys readying for matrimony. Also, it is advised that they avoid oily and spicy food for days before marriage. Drinking a lot of water is also advised to flush out toxins from the body and give that radiant and glowing look to the skin.
Hair styling is best left to the stylist. Generally, combing them towards the back and using good hair gel that keeps the hair style in place is sufficient. However, if the groom is wearing a turban, hair style does not matter. Thus, Indian groom has come of age and is as particular about looking his best as the bride is. After all, the day is special for both of them. Indian matrimonials are all about such celebrations and feeling good about oneself. Both the bride and the groom hunt for the perfect wardrobe for their wedding day because marriage is for a lifetime and the clothes in which they begin their special journey together are obviously very significant.
Geetika jain writes on behalf of Jeevansathi.com, which is India?s fastest growing matrimonial website, provides online Indian matrimonial classified services. Jeevansathi.com enables users to create a matrimony profile on the website and allow prospective grooms and brides to contact each other. Users can search for profiles through advanced search options on the website. Users can avail free registration and make initial contact with each other through services available on Jeevansathi.com via Chat, SMS, and e-mail. Massanzug Hochzeit