This ivory-coloured trendy groom sherwani is embellished with silver and golden zari work, but what truly makes it stand out is the way it is layered.
The sherwani worn by this groom is ivory and has intricate silver threadwork.
In this instance, the stole and churidar bottoms make extensive use of a warm red hue.
Just combine the two outfits if your traditions dictate that you wear a dhoti to your wedding but you really want to wear a sherwani!
The cutwork border has a beautiful aesthetic and harmonises with the remainder of the outfit's embellishing pattern.
This year, it's all the rage to wear an Anarkali kurta with a sherwani jacket or a Manarkali ensemble!
You don't have to use red-toned accessories with a white wedding groom sherwani!
Beige and light brown tones are also becoming prominent due to the popularity of neutral tones.
A lot of gold is used in this sherwani, including in the sequin work on the stole and the floral thread work.
The outfit is finished off with a maroon velvet stole, a turban adorned in the same colour, and tapered pants.
No of their ethnicity, neutrals have always held a special place in men's wardrobes.