Sherwani for men is comparatively formal than kurta pyjama and is a part of the royal dressing code. It can be worn on the top of churidar pyjamas and is below to the knee length long coat. In India, it’s like a tradition to wear sherwanis during Indian marriages or in traditional occasions. Turban or dupatta are additional accessories along with it.
Indian civilisation is more than five thousand years old and rich in culture. The influence of tradition, ethnicity, migrated and dynasty culture from the rest of the globe made it incredible. This is reflected in Indian art, music, food and very much in clothing. The diversity and richness of traditional wear are visible not only in women but also in men’s ethnic wear. For men, if kurta pyjama is called as casual regular wear, Sherwani has been counted a royal fashion statement.
Many Colours & Many Styles – Popular Brands Sherwani
No celebration, festival or pooja in India has been ever completely without ethnic wear, and nothing can adversary sherwani’s when it comes to that. You can browse the various popular brands of Sherwani’s like Raymond, Fattafatt, Khaan Saab Editions, Chola, Mohanlal Sons, Fabindia, Prapti, Abhivani, Mojasi, Ethnix, Manu, Runako, Fashion Curries, and Manyavar.
Sherwani’s are available in an extensive range of printed patterns and colours. If you want to be the centre of attraction and sport a bold image shop for a brightly coloured sherwani in colours such as silver, blue, mustard, red, and much more. If you want a suave and a sober look, browse some of the classic colours such as maroon, cream, white, and black.