Men’s Wedding Fashion Trends 2017-18

Men’s Wedding Fashion Trends 2017-18 - Fabriclore

Gone are those days when wedding shopping was considered to be only a woman’s cry. The times have changed and so have the fashion trends. With rising grooming awareness and bespoke fashion trends, men are equally taking part in sprucing up their look at the wedding occasions. No matter whether it’s your own wedding or someone else’s, making a style statement at a wedding will be a cinch after reading this article.

While Sherwanis, Nehru Jackets, Indo Western Outfits and Suits might look like the only options you have, playing with the cuts, drapes and colors are some of the trendsetting elements in this wedding season!  ‘

Concept Sherwanis

If the thought of wearing that wonted Cream or Beige Sherwani with a red stole on your wedding puts you down, fret not, there is so much you can do with your Wedding Sherwani this season!

Ivory Raw Silk Sherwani

Virat Kohli lately set all hearts racing with his Ivory Raw Silk Sherwani by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. This hand-embroidered sherwani, done in vintage Banarasi patterns with signature house buttons, teamed with an Old Rose Silk Kota Saafa is a voguish affair now.

Floral Sherwani

New-age floral designs in Matte and Pop Shades are trending hot this season! With motifs spread across the sherwani, go minimal with the bottoms; team them with off-white churidars or dhotis and you are good to cut a dash on your wedding.

Banarasi Brocade Sherwanis

Look dapper in a regal Banarasi Sherwani adorned with motifs like Bootis, florals, vines and more. Inspired by the palatial Mughal gardens and architectural designs, these sherwanis will help you divulge a majestic poise on your Big Day! Pastels like green, yellow, pink and blue are some of the trending shades this season!

Ajrak or Kalamkari Sherwani

Sherwanis inspired by the Indian Crafts can be a real sensation! Set the trend with this Ajrak Sherwani and match it with your favorite chinos or go for the asymmetrical sherwani fashioned with Kalamkari detailing and team it with a classic indo-western dhoti.

Embroidered Velvet Sherwani

Velvet is undeniably one of the most celebrated fabrics, especially during the wedding season! How about donning embellishments, but with a touch of minimalism! This Band-Gala Embroidered Sherwani paired with a plain kurta, churidars and a Tulle stole by Manish Malhotra is a total heart-throbber!

Nehru Jackets

Right from Virat Kohli’s fuchsia pink Textured Silk Nehru Jacket by Sabyasachi Mukherjee to the asymmetrical Kalamkari jacket by Sagar Tenali done in an earthy yellow shade, paired with a Khadi kurta, are perfect picks for Mehndi or Sangeet. You can also consider going for a classic Banarasi Brocade Nehru Jacket and team it with a plain kurta and pants for the same occasions!


Whether you are the brother of the bride or the best friend of the groom, there is so much one can do with Kurtas and Pants this season! Check out how Kartik Aaryan is slaying in this classic traditional look wearing a plain orange Silk kurta with a twinning stole.

Ideal for any wedding occasion, kurtas like these can be teamed with pyjamas, dhotis, churidars and even chinos. You can customize your Kurta with fabrics like Raw Silk, Khadi, Mashru Silk, Art Silk and Brushed Ajrak, and create that perfect Haldi, Mehndi, Sangeet or Chowki Look.


With fusion and customization reigning the trends, designers are extensively experimenting with traditional designs with a contemporary verve. These outfits are an all-occasion wear and, guess what, some can even be repurposed for an office party or small social gatherings later.

Check out these Ikat Designs in a traditional and contemporary avatar! This Asymmetrical Ikat jacket teamed with a basic kurta and churidar, or the Ikat shirt and trousers matched with accentuated Ikat Laples, are perfect picks for a Day Sangeet, Mehndi, and in fact, can later be used for small festive occasions.

Royal Indo Western Velvet Sherwani with detailed collars and cuffs teamed with metallic finish trousers is a no-brainer for the Sagan Ceremony.   

Varun Dhawan looks dapper in this Asymmetrical Single-breasted Overcoat teamed with a basic white Kurta Pyjama. Match the look for a friend’s Cocktail party or Wedding.

Siddharth Malhotra is slaying it totally, in this dual textured coat accentuated with a chain brooch paired with a long basic kurta and churidar by Shantanu and Nikhil.

A Booti Velvet Long Jacket paired with a plain-jane Silk Kurta and Churidar is a fashion faithful option for your best friend’s Wedding.

Ranveer Singh looking effortlessly classy in this cutting-edge Indo-Western Outfit from Shantanu and Nikhil’s Winter-Autumn Collection’17 - “The Regiment”. He has teamed this Nehru coat with Kurta and Churidars & Monk Strap Tan Shoes!


Saafas have lately been gaining a lot of attention, for not only the grooms but all the Baraatis. Fabrics like Kota Doria, Georgette, Poplin can easily be used to design the perfect matching saafa with your wedding ensembles.

Saif Ali Khan in an olive Green Kota Saafa

Abhishek Bachchan and his mates, all dressed in pastel floral Saafas

Multi-colored Saafa with beads and traditional motifs

Father-Son twinning it in a Quirky saafa by Quirk Box

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Virat Kohli in a Rose Kota Silk Saafa by Sabyasachi Mukherjee

There is so much you can do this wedding season with your look. Right from Mehndi, Sangeet, Haldi to Cocktail, wedding and reception; take cues from the above designs and let your style do the talking! Design your own dream wedding ethnic outfits with our wide range of wedding collection - Banarasi Silk, Brocade, Georgette, Chiffon, Mashru Silk, Modal Silk, Raw Silk, Kinkhab, Embroidered Velvet, Kota Doria, Embroidered Net and more. Don’t forget to share your look with us at   or


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