Groom Fashion

How Your Groom Can Incorporate Jewellery To Match Your Bling Level!

Sudatta Bhattacharjee, 03 Jan 2017

Your groom might have a dapper personality but there are some styling rules that you would be surely telling him! And in today’s time, when it’s already been said too much about you (brides); bridal designer outfits, pretty jewellery and mehendi designs, I think it’s about time to bring all your handsome grooms-to-be in the spotlight. This new year, let your groom also be in the limelight ... okay, maybe just a little?

Not so while ago, I told you about groom styling guide, so today I will take the next step forward and talk about how your groom can incorporate jewellery (yes, just a little like I said before) in their wedding wear. And that too, in just 4 different yet simple ways!! Please, don’t make your grooms go overboard with all 4, just pick one and he’ll be good to go!

How Grooms Can Experiment With Jewellery

Everything at the end of the day depends on your sherwani (be it bandhgalas,  angrakhas or whatever it is that you plan to wear)

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Well, the options are plenty. There are pearls, emeralds and even satlada neck pieces. Who said men cannot flaunt jewellery? A single or two strands of pearls or emeralds is bound to do full justice to your groom wear – be it embroidered, embellished, floral or even monotone. A necklace on your monotone or say floral groom wear instantly pops out, enhancing your groom look to a very different level. I can bet that you didn’t think of this. High time, you start thinking!

Image Credits: The Wedding Salad

And when it comes to wearing a satlada, you really have to adorn this neck piece to know what it is capable of doing. Have a regal look in mind, take the satlada route.  

Image Credits: The Wedding Salad


Yes, it can work wonders if your groom wear outfit is on the lighter scale. So say you are a wearing a monotone sherwani  (say something in royal blue) or maybe a sherwani that isn’t too heavy (something light and simple), you can always spice up the look by adding a bit of buttons or even better some bling on it. Trust me, you cannot go wrong!

Image Credits: Pinkcity By Anita Dongre (Above) and Sunita Shekhawat's cufflinks from the Blue Pottery Collection (Below) and Fotografia9 (Right)

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Image Credits: Swati Chauhan Photography 

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Safas are the signature trademark of a groom and that you cannot deny it. You can go for the one that complements your groom wear; add a jewelled Kalgi and then see the magic.


A model at the IIJW wearing a double pin brooch from the Amer collection by Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas

I am sure every guy is familiar with this particular term. Add a brooch to your groom wear and see how it elevates your whole groom look. You can opt for simpler brooches or the ones with strings and see which one looks better on you.

Which one did you like the most? Tell us in the comments below!