This is very popular with the younger men. It gives the groom a regal look, and he can wear appropriate jewellery to ‘match’ that of his bride. The length of the kurta must be 2 inches below the sleeve.
This should be worn with a narrow trouser to match the kurta, made with the same fabric. The groom has a choice of either selecting suiting material or silk, which can be plain, jacquard or jamewari, depending upon his taste, skin colour and of course, his budget.
The shades preferred by Indian males are most often light shades like cream, fawn, dark fawn, white and off white. Grooms have the option to heighten the impact of their outfit by adding buttons in gold or silver or with precious stones.
The groom can also go for some light embroidery on the neck and front, with in shades of brown, red or grey.