Do you have a wedding invitation marked out on your calendar? If so, then you’ve probably already made some preparations for the day like the gift you are going to give the bride and groom what you may not decide on until the last moment is what you are going to wear. Often, just a while before you are supposed to leave for the event you open your wardrobe, pause and look at all the outfits you have in there. What is appropriate? Is this too flashy? Is this too dull? These are just a few thoughts that may cross your mind. Here are some handy tips on what you can throw on when attending a wedding.
For starters, you need to know if this is going to be a traditional affair or if it has a modern twist. The basic rules apply to both like wearing neat, tidy clothes that are appropriate for a formal event. Try and avoid white since chances are that is what the groom is wearing. If the wedding is traditional you probably want to go with something like a classic black Sherwani for men, though if it has room for a modern touch you can just as easily wear a tux or a suit. Really, there are just two ways to go. You either wear the suit or the Sherwani and there is little room for choice.
Wedding attire is almost always formal. You want not to stand out so anything too flashy is out of the question. Try being simple yet sophisticated and you should be just fine. Weddings usually tend to last for quite a bit of time, so make sure that you are comfortable in whatever you are wearing, if suits are something you would never wear, then it’s alright to go in a Sherwani.