Men can have all the fun this wedding season with a wide range of sherwanis to choose from. The rage has however shifted from the more popular black and other darker shades to cream, light gold, mint green and silver. Though the colours go light the thread work and designs remain intricate and come in bold colours like gold, brick, cinnamon and even combinations of gold and black.
The neck is going to be high and heavily laden with designs. The sherwanis generally come double-breasted this wedding season considering it is still nippy at most of the country. Otherwise one can even opt for a less heavy treatment.
You can adorn the look of your sherwani with black or maroon dupatta worn as a turban or just thrown across the shoulder in a casual gesture. Accessories such as cufflinks, collar and frontline buttons may be of gold or even crystal.
Raw silk also makes a great material for a gorgeous and traditional looking sherwani. Alternately designers are getting bolder to experiment with empire lines and cuts to bring upon a change to the usual style of the sherwani. But people always like to experiment with the embroidery work, ensembles and patterns over the main body. Kora, naqshi, bead work, marori thread, kamdani and zari handworks are all welcomed on the sherwani. No matter how bold the statement gets with an unconventional cut on the traditional block, there is greater preference for detailed designs in the key areas of the sherwani.