With the advent of extended silhouettes, asymmetrical hems, upbeat hues & styles, groom styling has quite steadily magnified over the years. From slipping into anarkalis, unbeatable hues & edgy styles to further amping them up with varied accessories, grooms are all game for some hep experimental trends these days. Speaking of which, groom accessories are one of the trendiest ways to bring about that much needed definitive class to a groom's look. Glitzy safa embellishments, jewellery pieces or jazzy brooches are some of the accessories that are a rage and highly incorporated by grooms in their wedding attire. One such accessory that enhances a groom's outfit by multi folds is a "gorgeous and elegant stole or dupatta".
A stole or a dupatta not just amplifies a groom's outfit but in fact completes his entire look unparalleled. The finesse of a beautifully draped stole adds a hint of class to the groom's look making him shine out like true royalty! Not undermining the value of a stole, our beloved couturiers are constantly brimming grooms' wardrobes with fashionable stole designs. We've handpicked some of those exquisite and uber stylish stole designs for grooms and put them up here for you. Check 'em out!
Jaalidar pattern dupattas for brides have been in trend since the time of our mothers' weddings, but this is definitely a great pick for the grooms of today, to add a pinch of edgy to their groom avatar. This groom's blush pink heavily embellished dupatta in a checkered pattern over a pistachio green angrakha is one of the latest stole designs for grooms. Not to forget how this couple's royal wedding shoot in Rimple & Harpreet Narula outfits broke the internet leaving our jaws dropped.
This floral printed stole from Varun Bahl is a perfect fashionable stole the design for grooms who would love wearing floral prints for their wedding ceremonies. If you're one of those grooms who adore floral prints, we love you already!
Slipping into Varun Bahl outfits for his Mehndi & Wedding, Oleg for his Indian Wedding made sure to add classy stoles to his attires taking his looks a notch above! A marsala velvet stole with minimal border and a baby pink stole with an embroidered border made for some elegant choices for his outfits!
Ranveer paired his Rohit Bal ivory and gold sequined ensemble with a matching dupatta for one of his receptions and looked a class apart.
Making up for some of the best stole designs for grooms are such shawls & dupattas in a monotone hue with sequined embroidered borders.
This Rimple & Harpreet Narula olive green chanderi silk stole done in thread and sequined embroideries is an impeccably fashionable stole design.
For a whiff of subtleness and soothing vibes shawls like this groom's in pristine hues with minimal borders is so apt!
Velvet stoles in different hues with beautiful embroidered or embellished borders are some of the best stole designs for grooms.
We love how this groom paired his moon grey sherwani with an eye-pleasing blush pink stole with embroidered border and huge booti designs.
A brown floral shawl like this groom's is perfect to up your style quotient while keeping it absolutely minimal.
This ivory shawl with a beautiful hand embroidered border from Rohit Bal is bespoke class and one of the most fashionable stole designs.
From Sabyasachi's menswear line comes these charming tussar georgette shawls with antique tilla borders in burnt gold.
This groom teamed up his indigo blue sherwani with a peach stole with simple turquoise embroideries and we're left in awe of this statement outfit.
Sabyasachi works his magic yet again with this beguling and fashionable stole design done in burnt gold sequin and thread embroideries.
We love how this groom accessorized his black bandhgala with a black embroidered stole making up for the latest stole design for grooms.
A blush pink stole with floral embroidery is a great option to keep it subtle yet glam.
These splendid velvet stoles with varied floral embroideries are not just a fashionable stole design for groom but are undoubtedly unique.
A beautiful pastel peach ensemble from Manyavar Mohey is so gorgeously paired up with a golden tulle dupatta intricately detailed with gold sequins and delicate lace design.
This groom's offbeat outfit combination of floral baby pink bandhgala with turquoise floral embroidered stole is so edgy.
This tissue 'chador' woven in maheshwari with detailed sequined embroideries and zardosi from Sabyasachi is perfect for the grooms who like it all OTT.
A great stole design for grooms in hues of mustard with tassel detailing.