Though women have taken the style and fashion in a big way but the diversity and richness of clothing are not visible in women only, nowadays, men are also coming forward for the richness of their clothing. If kurta pajama for men is casual or regular wear, Sherwani is a royal statement for men. So, if it is a traditional party, cultural affair or wedding ceremonies sherwani is the most perfect and ethnic wear for men.
Sherwani can be of various types like Peshawri and Baloochi, which are usually covered by embroideries and zardozi works. Flowing long kurtas with churidars, jooties or sandals, dupatta and turban give a complete look to sherwani. Off-white, beige and cream shades are the most common colours in asherwani, but now a day’s darker shades and even black colour are also in demand. It has a range of aesthetic embroideries like chikankari, phulkari, jaal work, Kantha, Kashmiri, and Kashida, etc.
When the talk is about sherwani, Delhi is the perfect place where you can get multiple shops with various collections of sherwanis. It says Delhi is the paradise for shoppers. The vibrant and exotic atmosphere of Delhi markets can make shopping lots of fun.
Well, there are a lot of places,e.g., Greater Kailash in Delhi from where you can buy sherwani. Here, designer to non-designer shops has a various collection of simple to gorgeous sherwani from reasonable to very expensive ranges.
Big Name Designer Shops:
At present days, fashion designers are coming up with many new trendy sherwani designs. From some places, you can get designer sherwanis like Gallery at 1 MG Mall, which is in Gurgaon, DLF Emporio, Sabyasachi. Some lesser known designers are also there like Karan Nasir has one showroom named Grand Mall, which is in Gurgaon, Lajpatnagar, Libas by Riyaz Gangji in South Extension, Jivjeet Singh House of Couture, Amit Arora for Gopal Sons is in Connaught Place, Shahpur Jat Area. Here you will get all ethnic designer outfits with ahigh range of prices.
Gorgeous designs do not need to carry designer tags. In Delhi, there are a lot of places like Greater Kailash where you can find many non-designer shops include big multi-story shops to tiny narrow shops. Price range starts from Rs. 2000 onwards. You will not only find a various collection of sherwanis, but you will get it at amuch more affordable price. Some local stores are Narain, Study by Janak – stores spread across South EX, Karol Bagh and Gurgaon, Study by Janak, Studio One – placed at Malviya Nagar, Manyavar, Diwan Saheb, Raymonds.
While sherwani brings a classy and royal look to men but some mistakes can make your choice wrong, and a wrong choice can ruin your look on your special day. So, these mistakes should be avoided.
A sherwani with low or poor quality fabric looks cheap, irrespective of heavy embroideries done on it. So, never go for low-quality sherwani or low grade of fabric.
If you are buying sherwani for your wedding make sure that the colour of your sherwani does not clash with the colour of your fiancée’s outfit, because both of you will look awkward in your wedding photographs. While buying a sherwani don’t go for attractive colours only, it is also important to go for those colours that suits on your skin tone.
When you visit the store, make sure that the design of your sherwani goes with your body type and fits well on you. Make sure that you are comfortable wearing it.
Check the prints and embroideries that go with your personality and look.
If you find difficulties while choosing sherwani keeping all these points in mind, it is always better to get a simple sherwani which will equally make you look ethnic and sophisticated.