6 Mens Outfits that every wedding lover should add to their collectionv
The wedding season is almost here, which means it’s time to go shopping for a blazer for men for your cousin who is finally getting married or your schoolmate who is finally getting hitched to his college sweetheart with a destination wedding. Whatever the theme is and wherever the wedding is, you have to shop by looking your best, after all, who knows, that one wedding could be a meet-cute spot for you to meet your future wife, if you are looking for one!
Now since you are a guy, shopping for a wedding might not excite you as much, and the thought of repeating that one old blazer for men must have even crossed your mind, but you need to get out there and buy yourself a few new Indian outfits and change up the styles in the blazer for men department since no Indian wedding is complete without 2-3 pre and post wedding functions. So let us help you navigate which type of outfits and blazer for men you can wear at which wedding function –
- Floral blazer with white pants or churidar – If you have a mehendi function to attend to, wear a floral printed light-coloured blazer for men, mostly sleeveless and a plain white cotton kurta with rolled-up sleeves and white jodhpuri pants or churidar. The ideal colour scheme for the mehendi function would be a yellow floral blazer, with white churidar and brown leather boots.
- Kurta-Salwar combo with Nehru Jacket – This attire sort of acts like a chick magnet at any Indian wedding you show up to. You would be surprised how much class and elegance a plain or patterned Nehru jacket brings when paired with a straight-fit kurta and a straight-cut salwar, and a pair of brown juttis or mojris.
- Bandhgala blazer with straight-fit pants – You can wear a bandhgala blazer for the sangeet/reception as well as the main wedding function. Opt for darker colours like royal blue, black or maroon and matching straight-fit pants. For footwear, you can go for white sneakers as well as dark brown boots.
- Classic Blazer-shirt and pant combo – This classic combo goes well with cocktail wedding parties, sangeet as well as the main wedding function (too formal for mehendi). You can go with a sleeveless blazer or a full-sleeved blazer, depending on the kind of shirt you’re wearing underneath. You can add one more piece of clothing to this attire – a blazer vest. Go for a plain white shirt, and layer it with a printed blazer vest and a plain full-sleeved matching blazer and pants. You can add on a tie if you wish to and wear brown leather shoes.
Now that you have some idea over what you can wear for your cousin or best friend’s wedding, invest in a well-tailored single-breasted and double-breasted blazer for men to make sure you grab all the attention (after the bride and groom, of course) and stand out from the crowd. The plus point of wearing a blazer is that you can charm a girl by lending her your blazer to keep her warm when it gets a bit chilly.