From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Indian grooms often face the trouble of having limited styling for their diverse wedding ceremonies. As a groom in Odia Matrimony, you can select from various options. Jewelry isn’t an exclusive accessory for the women. It is emerging as a glorious and intricate aspect of styling and fashion for Indian grooms as well. Slowly but steadily, the men are playing with the idea of intelligently teaming up jewelry with their wedding attire.
Trend-Setters in an Odia Matrimony
There is something unique about the modern-day groom, be it an Oriya guy or from any other part of the country. People have started to adopt other regional styles. For example, the grand sherwani and kurta have replaced the humble and simple tussar kurta and dhoti. Many grooms are opting for the turbans and other forms of headgear to look regal.
• Looks that matter: The groom of today is highly conscious of his looks and hence needs his outfits to be perfect. A royal style engagement and ceremonies seem to be the trend in this era of weddings. With a growing cosmopolitan culture, grooms all over India are experimenting with their looks. When it comes to the outfit, traditional wear still has not lost its charm. It applies to jewelry as well. People highly appreciate the traditional jewelry that grooms wear. They can dazzle and glow. It's like carrying a torch to royalty.
• The headgear: No turban is complete without the fantastic and regal Indian Kalangi, which is delicately perched at the front of the head. It can take your regal look to a whole new level, with one of the many colorful jewels on a base of opulent silver or ornate gold. In Odia Matrimony, there is a lot of stress on gold. You can also wear a feather kalangi or opt for some intricate headgear with a colored gemstone and an ornamental bead and feather.
• Brooches: Although Odiya grooms have a very minimalistic look, just like the weddings, today's grooms don't hesitate to break the norms. Wedding sherwanis tend to become very ornate with all the heavy embellishment and work. If you prefer a sober style and look, or if you don't want to spend a hefty amount on an ornate ensemble, brooches are one of the best accessories to help highlight your look.
• Pick the best things: Select a beautiful and smartly jeweled brooch to compliment your simple sherwani. It will give you an understated, minimalistic, yet extremely elegant look. If you crave some class, you can pair the accessories with other bandhgala jackets or sherwanis.
Grooms can be the centre of attraction too
Whether you would prefer to dress in the traditional dhoti and jorda, or spice up the reception evening in a classy cut suit, your style and distinction would make you dazzle on your special day.