Grooms, Add Summer's Hottest Colour Trends To Your Wedding Wardrobe

Grooms, Add Summer's Hottest Colour Trends To Your Wedding Wardrobe

Lemon, Parrot Green, Fuchsia And Cobalt—When It Comes To Ethnic Wear, The Rainbow Is Your Limit.

ARTICLE BY : Nupur Sarvaiya


The season’s heating up! Needless to say, it’s time to ditch your neutrals and moody tones, and seek delight in clothes that bring you joy. Audacious grooms and minimalists, summertime is your chance to shine bright (quite literally!) with a vibrant wedding wardrobe. We’re most excited by breezy kurtas and sophisticated sherwanis that celebrate colour and crafts. Both will have you more than ready for your entire wedding itinerary—pre-wedding festivities, the main ceremony, and post-wedding parties. Whether you’re looking for a bright pop or a colour riot, for your backyard ceremony or destination affair, here’s our edit of groomswear you need to invest in right now. 

Blue Blood
Blue doesn’t have to mean safe. “For a refreshing yet sophisticated take, go for robin egg blue or periwinkle blue. Offset it with fresh white for more crisp colour-blocking. Mauve, butterscotch yellow or even pista green when paired with blue looks great. Opt for tone-on-tone embroidery such as kantha or even chikankari,” suggest Sonam and Paras Modi of SVA. “For an evening indoor function, consider a cobalt blue or a deep teal. Silver embroidered accents will stand out in this case.”
Punit Balana, Mayyur Girotra Couture, SVA By Sonam & Paras Modi

Green Mile
“Bright groomswear is the way to go now. It is new, fun, and experimental–it is everything new-age weddings are,” reinstates couturier Jatin Malik. Apart from classic olive, sage and parrot green, his 2022 groomswear outing is replete with splashy shades like mint, fern and parakeet. “A highlighter green is perfect for a daytime mehndi. Pair it with some unique accessories as a handcrafted kalgi. Go for a neutral shawl to dress it down. A vibrant green is also a great sartorial choice for a sundowner or sangeet. Both events are playful and all about being quirky, which is bright green in personification,” Jatin adds.
Anita Dongre, Jatin Malik Couture, Amaare

Pink Slip
“You might be surprised, but pink is a colour that men have long favoured. In fact, even in mundane dressing or corporate environments, you’ll spot men in grey suits teamed with pink shirts or socks. So, there’s no reason why grooms shouldn’t lean on pinks and purples for their special occasion, as they are such celebratory colours. At JJ Valaya, we play with pinks and purples a lot. Our ‘Rumeli’ line presents various variations of pinks, from soft shades like salmon to pop ones like fuschia. It is the perfect way to experiment with your festive wear, to stand out and to look fantastic,” shares JJ Valaya.
Sabyasachi, Sarah & Sandeep, JJ Valaya

Sunrise Symphony
“Gone are the days when grooms kept it minimal with whites, champanes, beiges or greys. At Mayyur Girotra Couture, we ensure to go out of the box with vibrant colours for grooms that are not in-your-face, yet chic and edgy. Yellows, oranges, reds and neons look fantastic for mehndis, sangeets and even sundowners. What’s important is the fit–it should be made to the groom’s body type. For the main wedding, I feel the groom should dress tonal and wear one shade from head-to-toe,” recommends Mayyur Girotra. Silken drapes, pop colours and intricate crafts come together in the designer’s 2022 ‘Baawli’ collection.
Rahul Mishra, Sabyasachi, TORANI


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