The Complete Sherwani Image

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What is your look…chic or dapper or handsome?

Whatever the pick, wearing your sherwani right is an art.

Here are some ways to get it right:

  • Look Indian and wear a sherwani. Team it with a dhoti
  • Wear what suits you rather than what the fashion dictates
  • If wearing heirloom look for damages and any frayed areas
  • Have a clear vision of the look you wish to have in your mind
  • Note that the neck is generally a tapered placket making the neck look slender and angular
  • Let the embroidery be classy and not very busy
  • Churidaars look not be crumpled and doesn’t have too many rings at bottom
  • Do not opt for loud colours and keep it low key and subtle
  • Wear age appropriate and stylish
  • It should be well- cut and comfortable
  • The tailoring should be absolutely perfect for you
  • Select wearable and breathable fabric. Wear fashion with clear sense of comfort
  • Do not go over blingy
  • Do not have huge embroidery or busy motifs
  • Dress to enhance personality
  • Wear to balance the physique
  • Fitting has to be perfect
  • Select according to body type
  • Have a full dress session before your D-day
  • Do not choke with bandgalaas. Look at the subtleness of the neck
  • Have the shoulders fitted well
  • Always wear a vest or a T-shirt
  • Select comfortable footwear and wear accordingly. Opt for a mojaris, jooti with clean lines and less embellishments
  • Please wear a stole if comfortable with less tassles
  • Carry a stole which matches the outfit and not contrasting to take away the effect
  • March your turban properly
  • A pocket square or a silk stole look great with a traditional sherwani