5 Must-Have Wedding Accessories for Groom-to-be

Your wedding day is around the corner and you still are unsure about styling your D-Day outfit. Well, do not panic! We bring to you a few tips about little accessories, which will help accentuate the look of your wedding attire and make women drool over you for sure.

Drape or Dupatta: This long scarf like piece of cloth has been the point of experimentation for various Indian fashion designers who are known for the wedding collection. There is no set rule on how to carry it, just create your own style. However, make sure you feel comfortable in draping this shiny dupatta with tassels around you. It is usually worn with sherwanis, and kurta and pyjamas. This piece is mostly worn with sherwanis. To buy a contrast shade of dupatta for your sherwani, look for best online mens clothes shopping sites for great deals.

Pocket Square: Well, a pocket square is not just meant for formal suites; you can add them to your traditional Indian attire as well. This little shiny piece of cloth accentuates the look of your sherwani in many ways. Either opt for a pocket square in shade lighter than your Indian attire or choose a completely contrasting colour. Whatever style you choose, it should enhance your personality. Online mens clothes shopping sites offer great deals on sherwanis with pocket squares.

Necklace: Well, you heard it right! A necklace is not just meant for your pretty bride, you can don it to. Don it just the way the royal kings of Rajasthan used to and feel like a royalty yourself. After all, it is your once in a lifetime moment. From a single string of pearls and semi-precious stones to a multi-layer strings, you can choose from an extensive variety available online.

Sarpech: A traditional North Indian wedding is incomplete if the groom doesn’t wear a turban. These days, online clothing stores are flooded with myriad pagdi designs and patterns. But a kalgi or the sarpech still rules the roost. This little broach-type bejewelled accentuates the look of the turban, making the groom look suave. From metal and pearl to semi-precious stones, the ornament is available in various materials.

Jutti: If you are planning to wear a sherwani on your big day, you just cannot go wrong with your footwear. Juttis or nagras look beat with this Indian outfit. Choose a pair of juttis in bright hues, which will give a little royal and rich feel.

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