3 Fabulous Ideas on How You Can Wear Sherwani, Occasion-Wise

In this particular fashion segment, we are going to discover 3 fantastic ideas on how you can pair up the right and fitting pair of Sherwani, occasion wise. You must always keep two to three pairs of Sherwani handy so that you can mix and match the same, depending on the occasion.

Taking you through three quick-fix ideas of pairing up your Sherwani suiting multiple events

For your brother’s wedding

If it is your elder brother’s wedding, you cannot afford to compromise on your attire. You need to look your awesome best and stand beside your brother, during the entire wedding ceremony. You can choose a pair of Sherwani that has a mix of contrasting shades like black and golden. You can accessorize it with a Pagdi or a stole. You can wear a waist-belt and a multi-colored string of pearls to accentuate your persona for the ultimately cool ethnic occasion.

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For a business meet

In case you want to get yourself completely decked up for a business event, this is a quick-fix idea you can experiment with your Sherwani. You can wear it and drape a formal business coat. The ensemble or the glitter is revealed and you look formal for the business event, as well.

You need to pair up your costume in such a way that it looks semi-casual and not completely grand or ethnic.

For a high-tea party

You can select a designer or a floral based Sherwani. You can select a typical party designer pick. It doesn’t look too glamorous. At the same time, it doesn’t lose its sheen or glitter, too. To glam up for the occasion, you can select a cool pair of mojdi’s. You can wear a waist belt or leave it, as it is.

You can select a Sherwani that is fawn coloured or navy blue. Deeper maroon shaded Sherwani can also help you be the show-stopper at the party.

These are the 3 amazing ways on how you can wear your Sherwani, suiting the occasion.

Vikas Chaudhary

Vikas Chaudhary

Vikas Chaudhary is a Fashion Blogger with 14+ years of experience in the Indian Clothing industry. He has high level of expertise in Indian traditional outfits.