Defining the ultimate ethnic formal wear for men, the sherwani can be immortalized in a plethora of ways. The top considerations to own it in style are:

1. Colour

Dark colours glam up the night time events while light pastels lend a romance to the daywear makingthem elegant without being over the top. Choosing the right colours also spell the make or break in flaunting a sherwani look. Monochromes make you look slimmer and taller while large prints and heavy embroidery is strict no for healthy men. Pastels and white variations are the summer options that can be worn on any event and not only weddings.

2. Tailored Fit

If it doesn’t fit you perfectly then even a designer number is an utter waste. Certain styles are made according to body types, such as tapered sides, padded shoulders, custom designed front and side slits, necklines, etc.

3. Bottoms

The right kind of sherwani bottoms or lowers is equally important. So, while churidars and tight pants are for the toned specimens, men on the healthier side can flaunt patiala salwars and jodhpuris. Those who are slim to begin with have a wider choice but avoid looking too lean in churidars, therefore, an afghani salwar or a kurta pajama look could work well. Also, consider dhotis to make a statement.

4. Accessories

Adding is always an art. Pair printed and embroidered dupattas with plain and solid colours in sherwanisand vice versa. Also, prefer rich traditional fabrics in dupattas and keep velvets for winters only. The best
way to flaunt a dupatta is front drape and side show style. Besides, you can also add a turban, necklaces, pendants, brooches, etc. Finally, do not forget to wear the right shoes to complete the look.

The wedding sherwani look is a mainstay but make sure with these pointers to wear it everywhere in a
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