Indian weddings are most famously imagined as enormous spectacles. The most luring aspect of an elite Indian wedding is its claim to a global yet Indian sensibility, bringing together the “western” and “Indian” into the wedding experience. Consequently, the line-up of wedding events includes traditional ceremonies associated with community-specific wedding rituals like dholki- a Punjabi ceremony of singing and dancing to the beats of a drum (dholak)- as well as westernised events such as cocktail parties, bachelorette parties, and grand receptions with multi-tired cakes.
The important aspect of the spectacle of the ceremonies is the groom wear. The ever-increasing magazines, and websites, and the rise of the domestic fashion industry has propelled the Indian Grooms to rewrite the trends of the outfits to be worn in his sangeet ceremony.
Presenting the top five looks that will help a groom discover his style for his Sangeet Ceremony in accordance with the latest trends of 2019 in its own way from Calcutta’s Menswear label YAJY by Aditya Jain, The Designer menswear studio situated in the heart of the city, at 82 Lansdowne.
This outfit at YAJY Design lounge is designed for those who would love to keep their look simple yet elegant. The Designer menswear is Constructed with an asymmetrical opening with drapes on its waist, detailed with a belt which is giving the ethnic outfit, a trendy yet classic look. It has been completed with the golden bead detailing on its shoulder in Floral motifs that imparts the traditional touch to it. The minute detailing has been done through the belts and the buttons. The Western look came when it was paired with antique colour straight pants.
II.Breaking the stereotype, YAJY has Pink colour outfit stored for the groom. Pink is the new found love of the grooms in their ethnic outfit so that they can twin with their bride. Presenting the Gradient Indowestern Outfit at YAJY Design Lounge in Pink and Green Colour that has the length of an achkan and the silhouettes of a trench coat. Detailed with panel and pleats on either sides, this designer menswear has won many hearts in the city and beyond. The Indian touch has been imparted through the embroidery and its motifs making it stand-out.
III.The Groom who doesn’t like playing with the Indian-western concept yet opts for it is because of this designer outfit that caters to his needs. The designer menswear has a Prince suit, paired with a cowl kurta, and cowl pants. This one has an extra panel on it with in an asymmetric cut, resulting it being your ultimate choice. The Cowl kurta and the cowl pants surely gives a traditional looks stand-alone, but when worn with the prince suit, the outfit has its own essence.
IV.YAJY has the following look for the Groom who would love both embroideries and silhouettes in his garments in equal proportion. The designer Indowestern outfit has a detachable front drape hooked on one shoulder and the adjacent waist. It has got the floral embroidery motifs in blue beads that is enhancing the whole beauty of it.
V.The last but not the least, The Design Lounge has an outfit that has all the elements; cowls, silhouettes, cuts, and the style that surely demands your attention. This designer outfit at YAJY Design lounge in wine red colour is for a groom who would love to experiment with the colour and the other elements. Detailed with floral and the bird motifs in golden colour imparts a look that one would love to gaze upon. Paired with a paneled cowl kurta and golden churidar, it is amongst the bestseller groom outfit of the designer in town.
Glimpses of the outfits at YAJY Design Lounge was here, the designer menswear studio has a lot more styles to offer you at its flagship store located at 82 lansdowne, Kolkata-700026, where one can get their ethnic and the westeren outfits customised, a lot more colour and silhouette options for the millennial men who possess the ability to rewrite the trends of ethnic menswear.