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Accessories for Indian Grooms. Dress Up Guys!!

Brides aren’t the only ones who get an opportunity to get dressed up on their special day. Wedding is a once in a lifetime event, it’s only fair that the man of the hour, the groom also dresses up to the nines. And when it comes to Indian wedding outfits, you are presented with a plethora of choices. You could opt for a Sherwani or a traditional western suit or maybe a Jodhpuri Suit or perhaps a good old Achkan. Whatever you decide to go with, no wedding ensemble will ever be complete without the right accessories paired with them. But, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. Here are all the ideas you’ll need to pick the absolute perfect accessories to go along with the wedding dress of your choice.

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1. Headgears for Indian Grooms

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The most common, yet classic choice is to go with a turban, also known as a Safa. While most North Indian grooms opt for this, in West Bengal, the headgear is called Topor. You can match the color of your turban with the rest of your outfit. Or if you wish to go the fancier route, you could always add a little bit of bling to your headgear. A Kalgi can be put on top to adorn the Safa or a Safa Chain with similar color tones as the turban in question. If you wish to go a simpler route, putting a feather on your turban looks easy yet striking.

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2. Sehra for Indian Grooms

A Sehra can be adorned on top of the turban. The veil offers a soft, delicate touch to the entire ensemble. The Sehra can be made of beads or flowers, whichever one suits your outfit the best. It’s always considered an adorable addition, seeing as both the bride and groom have their faces hidden. It enhances tradition while being charming.

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3. Dupatta/Stole for Indian Grooms

Going with a Sherwani? A Dupatta is a must. Mostly the groom would wrap the Dupatta around his neck, or drape it over the shoulder. However, you always have the option of going with a beautifully embroidered Shawl or Stole with their Dhoti-kurta as well. It adds a regal touch, making the groom look even more dignified.

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4. Jacket for Indian Grooms

When it comes to Jodhpuri suits or Kurta-pajamas, or even Dhoti-kurta combos, putting on a stylish jacket atop with intricate brocade designs adorning it. Nehru jackets are the obvious choice, but Jodhpuri suits usually do come with a matching jacket of their own. If you don’t prefer either of these two, you could always go for sleeveless waistcoats or long full-sleeve jackets which always look beautiful when paired with an Anarkali kurta.

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5. Juttis for Indian Grooms

Footwear is an essential part of any and every outfit. They can easily make or break the entire outfit. So, going for classics like Jodhpuri or Kolhapuri juttis can sort out your choices without much hassle. They go with almost every combination, whether it be Anarkali kurta, Sherwani or Jodhpuri suit. They are sure to make you look like a dashing groom. However, if you wish to defy the norm, you could choose to go with Nagrais or mojaris, which pair amazingly with embellished kurtas.

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6. Brooch for Indian Grooms

It’s a very small touch. Most often men wish to avoid jewellery altogether, so this works as an easy compromise wherein it adds the necessary amount of bling while not going overboard with the regalia of it all.

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7. Necklace for Indian Grooms

Now, if you are one of those men who don’t mind wearing jewellery, your options are countless. If you wish to go a little easy, you can opt for a Mala, a beaded necklace that pairs amazingly well with Kurtas and Sherwanis. Or you could go for a full-fledged necklace or even a double chain that matches the colors of your outfit.

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8. Pocket Square for Indian Grooms

This one’s easy, and also possibly the simplest of them all. It’s low effort, least amount of hassle and looks classic regardless. If you match the color of your pocket square with your Dhoti or Pajama, it enhances your outfit, making you look significantly more put together. Though it’s a fairly small addition, it always manages to leave a mark.

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9. Sword for Indian Grooms

Carrying a sword started off as a tradition to ensure that the groom would be able to protect both himself and his wife. But as times have changed, the sword has become a niche accessory that you can carry along with your wedding ensemble. It’s quite different from the rest of the things on the list but it definitely makes everything more intriguing, setting you miles apart.

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  1. Excellent topic covered and explained perfectly.

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