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Great Places To Find Groom Wear In Delhi
New Delhi is the capital of India. Popularly known as Delhi or ‘Dilli’ the city has a heart of its own. It has an aura about it. Being the NCR, Delhi probably is the most diverse city in India. With such diversity, there are bound to be weddings of different kind. Every wedding is different. A North Indian Hindu wedding is different from a South Indian Hindu wedding. A Christian wedding in the North is different to a Christian wedding in the South.
With there being so much difference in traditions and customs, the dresses people wear for their weddings differ too. In South India, a traditional Hindu wedding has the groom wearing a ‘dhoti’ with a ‘kanduva’ around his neck covering the breast area. The rest of his torso is bare. In North India, the grooms wear different kinds of outfits, generally a ‘sherwani’ but the choice of outfits vary depending on where the groom hails from.
Times have changed though. The human race has evolved. Unless it’s a very traditional wedding, the groom wears what he wants to wear. No one really minds. Every groom is left to choose his own clothes. With Delhi having such a diverse crowd, grooms (be it a Hindu wedding or a Muslim nikaah) wear the most trendiest of sherwanis and suits. However, it’s not just that. There are plenty of other choices that a groom can go with.
Groom Wear Options
There’s the pathani kurta pyjama which is a loose fitting dress. The trouser is loose fitting and wide at the thighs and knees but slims down at the calves and fits perfectly at the ankles. The top is more or less like a loose fitting shirt with its length being very similar! The shoulders have straps on them and so do the sleeves just above the elbows. The sleeves can be rolled up and buttoned to the straps on the arms. The shoulder straps can also be adjusted to make the fit more comfortable. The pathani kurta pyjama can also be worn with a pathani coat and matching kolhapuri slip-on sandals.
The chudidar and kameezis another option similar to the pathani kurta pyjama. However, the trouser of this dress is a tight skin-fit from the thigh down to the ankles. The top is longer when compared to the pathani kurta pyjama. It covers your knees and is generally accompanied by a Stoll worn around the neck.
Then, there is the bandh-gala which is a suit with a closed collar. The length of the coat though varies depending on the person who’s wearing it. Some prefer it to be short while some prefer it to be long giving it a more traditional look.
Finally, there is the sherwani which is very similar to a long bandh-gala except for the fact that it isn’t a suit. It’s a mix of a suit and a chudidar and kameez. Its trouser is a tight skin-fit from the thighs to the ankles. Its top is very long and drops flawlessly till your knees. Its shoulders are broad and stiff making it a perfect fit. The neck and the collar of the sherwani differ according to preferences again. It can either be a closed collar with buttons all the way to your knees. It can be an open collar with buttons just till the waist or it can be a ‘V’ shaped collar with no buttons.
Last but not the least, there’s the perfect suit for the perfect groom. A classic Italian double breasted three piece. This is my personal favourite. It’s got a style and panache of its own. Imagine a groom in a royal navy blue suit! He’s wearing a white linen shirt, beautiful diamond shaped cufflinks, blue trousers and a vest with the coat sitting seamlessly on his shoulders. To top it all off, he’s wearing brown leather shoes, a matching belt with gold plated buckle and a magnificent gold plated metal watch.
Now, you might think, you’ll get these at any store in Delhi. After all, it’s the National Capital. But to get the best of the best, check out our vendor listing for groom wear in Delhi You’ll be surprised with the sheer number of outlets for groom wear in Delhi. Hope you find the best outfit for your BIG day. Have a great wedding!