A glimpse from the latest issue of Aza Magazine, we present you our favorite picks for designer sherwanis for men. Aza curates the season's most "grammable" sherwani and achkan sets for the groom and his best buds.
There's something about Lucknowi mukaish work that makes you look like royalty. Get your hands on this raw silk sherwani to feel like an emperor.
HOMAGE TO HISTORY
Did you know, gota patti work in wedding wear is believed to usher in good luck. Here's sending positivity your way with this sherwani and salwar set.
WOVEN TO PERFECTION
Until the 1950's, Italy and France were the only nations producing taffeta. Today, India is one of the world's largest manufacturers of the fabric. With French knots and beadwork, this lilac taffeta creation is a must-buy.
Centuries ago, coins were stitched onto outfits as a symbol of wealth. Over time, sequins replaced coins as a more suitable embellishment. Add a contemporary note to your wedding with this asymmetrical set with artistic sequined motifs.
BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOUR
Resham embroidery work, which has roots in China, has been around for 2500 years. For global Indians with a love for Greece, this Santorini-hued set brings you intricate resham work on a raw silk base.
FLOWERS AGAINST THE SKY
In weddings, flowers can denote anything from bliss and passion to reliability. Make a vibrant fashion statement in this textured sherwani with ornate floral motifs and placement embroidery.
The pine like form of paisley is believed to have originated in Persia. Integrate this ancient but regal motif in your wedding wardrobe with this ivory suede velvet piece.
The herringbone weave of the V-shaped pattern has been a part of the fashion-scape since the BC ages and is here to stay. Make a bold statement with this oxblood sherwani set with herringbone weave and embroidered patterns.
Inspired by these styles?
Find an eclectic curation of Sherwani designs for men on www.azafashions.com.