Latest Collection of Indian Weddings Sherwani for Grooms or Boys for Attending Wedding Functions

| February 8, 2014

The traditional wedding outfit for eastern men is “Sherwani”.  This dress is usually worn by the men & boys of India. Usually grooms like to wear this dress on their wedding day but a sherwani for groom & the sherwani for those boys who want to attend a function or festival both are designed in a very different way. The great difference between both is the embroidery pattern.

The sherwanies that are designed for grooms are heavily embellished with beautiful embroidery patterns while the other types of sherwanies are with fewer embellishments. Whatever the case may be, here you can see a mix collection of Indian wedding sherwani. The colors of the outfit can selected according to wedding theme.

Here you can check out the nicely embroidered sherwanies. The embroidery is mostly done around the necklines & at the end of sleeves. The precious crystals, stones, beads, moties, tilla & lots of other items are used in the embroidery. Strongly hope that you will like this collection & collects lots of clusters of praises from your friends when wear one of these dresses on the upcoming event.

Collection of: Indian Wedding Sherwani
For: Men
Perfect for: Formal Wear
Embellished with: Embroidery

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