Attention men! Sangeet to cocktail party, 4 outfits to rock your best friend’s wedding

  • Arpita Kala, Hindustan Times
  • Updated: Dec 02, 2014 14:01 IST

Guys, it is finally that time in your life— your best friend is getting hitched! This calls for you to amp up your style game.

“It is the season to try a different route when deciding your ensemble. Opt for a long anarkali kurta or a light coloured sherwani for the final function instead of good old dark hued kurtas or suits,” says designer Pawan Sachdeva, who has recently launched a collection for the groom and his gang of dapper men.

The key is to make sure your outfit is well-fitting. He says, “Ill-fitted clothes mar the beauty of even the most well put together look. While opting for suits, pay attention to broad lapels and smart fit.Your trousers should be tailored with such perfection that the hem ends right at the ankle.”

So, here are looks from designer Pawan Sachdeva’s latest signature collection to inspire you to put your stylish foot forward! Designer Pawan Sachdeva’s pick for the groom’s best friend:

* Cocktails in casual cool
Glam up in a crisp white shirt and black pants with a neon hued waistcoat or pair checkered trousers with a printed dinner jacket. Make sure your outfit is well-tailored and fits you to a tee.

* Dress sharp for Sangeet
For this function, you can opt for a fun, vibrant outfit. Ethnic fusion works well with the dress code for a sangeet. Pair printed dhoti pants with a funky printed or pop hued bandhgala jacket for the right mix of casual and stylish.

* Desi chic at the shaadi
Go traditional with oodles of elegance for the main wedding function. A gilded, embroidered sherwani or a bandhgala jacket in rich velvet fabric and deep hues are ideal.

* Classic for reception
This wedding function usually has western formal dress code, you can add a stylish spin with a bright stole. Tastefully embroidered bandhgala jackets paired with fitted pants are another stylish option.

(Outfits by Pawan Sachdeva )

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