Thursday, 12 February 2015

Grooming the Groom


Wedding Day is one of the biggest days in a girl’s life and she’s always the talk, the life, and the queen of the night. With the bride being the centre of attention, the groom is often overlooked and sometimes forgotten. Well if the bride is the queen for the day then the groom is the king for that day, right? That’s why at Oriental Costumes we make sure the groom feels just as special on his big day as the bride.


Our latest collection of Groom Sherwanis has arrived. Each Sherwani is paired with a matching qulla and khoosa style shoes.


Have a look at this White Sherwani with cream and red colour karahai on it. The karahai is simple yet intricate perfect for a groom wanting to wear something simple with a hint of glamour in it. The shoes and qulla add the simplicity further in the outfit.


This brown sherwani with brown and gold dabka work is a unique one. Dull gold dabka worked buttons compliments this bold earth tone brown. The buttons at the front, the dabka work on sleeves and neckline, the banarasi qulla, and the matching shoes all contributes into making this outfit a unique one.


This is more of a modern sherwani. The colours and the work are a different combination. This sherwani is masculine with a hint of Mughal style in it. The combination of black and green with deep red and rust gold work makes this outfit edgy and one of a kind. To bring out the red in the sherwani further, it is pared with a red qulla and bright red shoes.


These were just a few of our sherwanis. Each one is unique in its own way and gives a different personality to the groom.

To see these beautiful pieces visit us at 3180 Ridgeway Drive, Units 39 & 40, Mississauga, ON or visit our website: www.oriental-costumes.com



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