An easy-breezy Sherwani that you can sport at the functions leading up to your wedding, or for a friend's wedding too. The Indo-Western Sherwani takes the best of both worlds
Irrespective of gender, Angrakhas give a subtle, royal element to your fits. We totally recommend this style if you appreciate old-school
Jacket Sherwanis are great if you'd like to add an extra layer and character to your fit. They're perfect for the wedding day while they also add a touch of drama.
A mandarin collar even known as a standing collar or bandhgala doesn't just look great on jackets and shirts, but on Indian fits like sherwanis too.
An Achkan is typically shorter, and more fitted as compared to a Sherwani. Grooms today often wear it interchangeably with a Sherwani when they prefer a more frill-free
A sherwani with a bandi jacket can be great if you just want to dress up for pictures, and be relaxed later. Pick one with more detailing as compared to your Kurta,
Sequins and embellishments are the easiest and most fun way to dress up a Sherwani, and come in various motifs, colours and patterns.
Fabrics play the most vital role when it comes to picking a great sherwani aside from the silhouette you're choosing. If you're not too big on embroidery or embellishments,
Another silhouette that's great for old-school traditionalists, is the Jodhpuri Sherwani that has been the blueprint for great Sherwanis for centuries before it was modernised.
You can never go wrong with a classic embroidered sherwani that highlights Indian craftsmanship. Choose one with colours that complement your base fabric instead