You know half your wedding-day woes are gone the moment you stumble upon the right sherwani. The one you see on this page is a luxuriant number. From the pale aquamarine colour to the beadwork superimposed on the same, this is one buy you cannot go wrong with. While reds, browns, and golds make for more traditional wedding colours for the groom, this is indeed an unusual tint of blue that would make heads turn on the day of the pheras or at the ensuing reception.
A good sherwani is characterised by a highly characteristic fit and cut. It starts at a closely fitted collar, spreads out into broad well-defined shoulders, and descends into a long straight-fit shirt. The silhouette is distinctly masculine, almost regal. Zoom in on the sheer luxuriance of the beads that cover the surface area of this number. It would shimmer against the foundation blue as you motion, catching the eye of all who surround you.