Sherwanis Look Mesmerising When You Pair Them with a Dupatta(2019): To Get the Attention You Seek, Here are Best Sherwanis with Dupatta.

Sherwanis Look Mesmerising When You Pair Them with a Dupatta(2019): To Get the Attention You Seek, Here are Best Sherwanis with Dupatta.

Are you planning to get married soon and need to wear a Sherwani? Perhaps you want to wear a sherwani but are worried it might look too plain and drab? Maybe a sherwani is just not reflecting your style or personality? We've handpicked some of that exquisite and uber-stylish sherwani-dupatta designs for grooms and put them up here for you. Check 'em out!

Best Sherwani with Dupatta to Make You Look Dashing for Ceremonies

Whether for your wedding or someone else, anniversaries or parties, sherwani is a perfect outfit to wear. It makes you look elegant and classy. With a dupatta, wearing sherwani brings even more character to your style.

Things to Consider While Buying a Sherwani

Quality of the Fabric

While buying a sherwani, make sure that you inspect the quality of the fabric. Even though you might not have to wear it often, you should always consider wearing sherwani of a high-quality fabric that adds class to your outfit.

Check the Fitting Until You Are Satisfied

Even if you buy a sherwani with quality fabric, an ill-fitting can still make it look bad on your body. Take time to fit the size of the sherwani with your body type so the fitting will enhance your looks.

Pick the Right Colour

Another thing you consider while buying a sherwani is whether the sherwani suits your skin tone. Take your time to try out different sherwanis and choose the one that fits best to your complexion.

Sherwani with Dupatta that You Should Definitely Give a Look

Luxurious Embroidered Sherwani

This stunning beige coloured sherwani is thoroughly handcrafted on a cotton silk material in beige colour. The grandness of the sherwani comes from the rich thread and copper-gold zari work which is very detailed and intricate. The sherwani comes with a mandarin collar in light gold with contrasting embroidery and beautiful pebble-sized buttons. A large embroidered motif lies on the front-left side of the sherwani. The sherwani comes with a shiny churidar of the same shade as the sherwani. You should pair it with a highly embroidered blue velvet dupatta to enhance your looks. This sherwani can be bought for Rs.26,380 at Manyavar.

Embroidered Art Silk Sherwani in Off White

This embroidered art silk sherwani is a perfect outfit for your wedding. Available in off white colour, it is embroidered with zari, Resham and stonework. Crafted in Chinese collar, this part is more densely embroidered. This sherwani comes with an art silk churidar in light brown colour. But, what increases the attraction of the sherwani is the velvet dupatta in dark maroon. The off white of the sherwani and the dark maroon of the dupatta provides the wearer with an interesting contrast of colour, which makes the outfit extremely eye-catching on your wedding day. This sherwani is available for purchase on Utsav Fashion for Rs.21,785.

Light Yellow Art Silk Jacquard Groom Sherwani

If you want to go for a sherwani light in colour and embroidery, you should go for this light yellow art silk jacquard groom sherwani. It is embroidered on the collar and front-left side of the sherwani. You should go for this sherwani if you are looking for a simple and elegant style to match your persona. It comes with a maroon art silk churidar. A maroon dupatta will go along well as it matches with your churidar and gives you a graceful look with these two colour pattern - the light yellow of your sherwani and maroon of your churidar and dupatta. You can buy the sherwani for Rs.22,512 at Panash.

Heavy Embroidered Sherwani in Raw Silk

You can wear this heavy embroidered sherwani for a fitting occasion such as a wedding or engagement. Made in raw silk, the light blue colour of the sherwani adds charm and brightness to your attire. The sherwani is heavily embroidered with flower motifs all over it with Resham thread and zari work. You will stand out among the crowd with this sherwani. But make sure that you carry along with the dupatta that comes with it. The dupatta is of the same colour as that of the Sherwani and churidar, with a plain middle and the sides embroidered. If you are looking for a high-quality sherwani to wear for your special day, you should go for this heavily embroidered sherwani, which can be purchased at Benzer for Rs.58,900.

Men Grey Embroidered Jacquard Sherwani

If you are looking for a lightly embroidered sherwani, then you should check out the grey embroidered jacquard sherwani. This sherwani has a mandarin collar, long sleeves, a straight hem and side slits. It comes with a beige coloured churidar which has a drawstring closure. Matched with a beige coloured dupatta, this sherwani is a great outfit to wear for parties and outings. If you are not someone flashy but want to express your style in a subtle way, then you go for this poly jacquard sherwani. You can buy the sherwani for Rs.15,399 at Myntra.

Off-White Zardosi Embroidered Italian Wedding Sherwani

This off-white Zardosi embroidered Italian wedding sherwani is a perfect Indo western sherwani for the groom to wear in their wedding day. The sherwani has multiple slits and welt pocket with embroidery like a french knot. With zardozi work on the collar, cuff, buttons and shoulder pad, this sherwani will make you look a dashing and bold groom. The cotton dupatta that comes along with the sherwani completes the set and has sequins, zari and Dori work. The sherwani is available for purchase for Rs.46,540 at Samyakk.

Light Golden Sherwani

Another sherwani that you should definitely consider for your wedding day is this light golden sherwani. This colour of this sherwani, along with its golden embroidery makes you look like a proper bride. It is made from silk fabric and features a mandarin collar, front buttons closure and side slits. An off-white dupatta with golden embroidery on the sides and a cream churidar will match well with the sherwani. Also, make sure that you match your mojaris and saafa with your sherwani to give you a perfect look for your wedding. You can buy this sherwani for Rs.24,885 at Jadeblue.

Nawabi Sherwani with the Touch of Maroon

You can also have a look at the Nawabi Sherwani for your wedding outfit. This delicately embroidered sherwani is prepared on a beige cotton silk base with flowing intricate thread work. The mandarin collar and the sleeve ends are highlighted with touches of red colour. The embroidery of the collar extends in the front part until the end.

A simple red dupatta and a red churidar compliments the style of the sherwani. You can buy it for Rs.22,102 at Manyavar.

Angrakha Styled Sherwani

This Angrakha styled sherwani is a very beautiful and eye-catching sherwani to wear on your wedding day. The Banarasi fabric, style and beautiful embroidery can be related to supremacy and royalty. Match it with a red embroidered dupatta, a red churidar and a red mojaris to give you the complete look of a bride. You can buy this sherwani for Rs.28,560 at Ethnic Monarch.

Sherwani for Less Than Rs.10,000

Blue Embroidered Jacquard Stitched Sherwani

Sherwani doesn’t necessarily have to be expensive if you know how to choose the right material. And, sometimes it’s not feasible to be paying a lot for a sherwani that you will only be using often. This blue embroidered jacquard stitched sherwani provides you with a cheap option to wear for other people’s weddings and parties. A flower motif is embroidered on the front-left side of the sherwani. The sherwani comes with a churidar of gold colour and a dupatta of the same colour as the churidar. You can buy this sherwani for Rs.7,350 at Mirraw.

Pleated Art Silk Dhoti Sherwani

This pleated art silk dhoti sherwani is quite classy to wear due to an attachable dupatta. The sherwani is beige in colour and with a navy blue dupatta and art silk dhoti of the same colour, it gives you a very distinct look. Mojaris of beige colour will match your outfit quite well. The sherwani has buttons on one side and pleats on the other. It is available for purchase at Utsav Fashion for Rs.8,855.

Argyle Sherwani

If you are looking for a cheaper option and like elaborately embroidered work, then you should check out Argyle Sherwani. This sherwani has argyle style embroidery just below the collar, while continues until the bottom. The fabric used in the sherwani is poly silk and it is gold in colour. A white churidar suits the sherwani well. You can match the sherwani with a maroon dupatta and mojaris of the same colour for a perfect look. You can buy this sherwani for Rs.2,089 at Flipkart.

Black Solid Sherwani

If black colour matches your skin tone, then you should definitely check out this black sherwani. This sherwani has a mandarin collar, full button placket and long sleeves. It also comes with a chest pocket, asymmetric hem, multiple slits and an attached lining. It comes with maroon dhoti pants with an elastic waistband. At a party or wedding of colourful attire, a black sherwani will really stand out. This sherwani is 40% polyester and 60% viscose rayon. You can buy it for Rs.3,599 at Myntra.

Blue Asymmetric Indo Western Sherwani

This Indo western sherwani is a very good option to have to wear on parties, engagement and wedding or any festive occasions. The fabric used in the sherwani is art silk and it has irregular hemline and pocket square. The sherwani is embroidered on its collar and on the tips of the sleeves. The churidar that comes with the sherwani is beige in colour. It is available for purchase at Panash for Rs.8,021.

Sherwani for Kids

Peach Sherwani

It’s not only men that look elegant in a sherwani. Boys look really beautiful wearing a sherwani. Also, it is better than kids are brought up wearing ethnic wear so that they realize its importance. This peach coloured Indo Western Sherwani is a very good outfit for your kids to wear on special occasions. The sherwani has a mandarin collar, button placket, a welt pocket with embellished detail and a pocket square. The set consists of a pair of beige mid-rise woven Jodhpuri pants. The sherwani is embroidered with a flower motif and is made of 60% silk and 40% cotton. You can buy it at Myntra for Rs.1,479.

Embroidered Art Silk Sherwani

Your kid will stand out among other kids with this art silk sherwani, which is heavily embroidered on the collar and few spaces below it in maroon. A flower motif embroidery continues throughout the golden coloured sherwani but sparsely compared to the collar section. This sherwani is embellished with stone, Resham and zari work. A maroon silk churidar comes along with the sherwani. It is available for purchase at Utsav Fashion for Rs.4,214.

Traditional Sherwani

The sherwani with a traditional look is made out of art silk and is a very good option to wear for birthdays, festivals, weddings or parties. It is beige in colour and is embroidered on the collar and the left side of the sherwani. A red pyjama, a brooch and a pocket square complete the set. You can buy this sherwani for Rs.5,330 at Mirraw.

Indian Ethnic Sherwani

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This sherwani set that comes along with a dhoti and dupatta will give an ethnic look to your children. Made with the Jacquard blend fabric, the sherwani comes with a printed pattern, pocket square, Nehru collar and button placket on the inside and outside. The sherwani is off-white with embroidery. However, the sleeves are mostly blue, which matches the colour of the dupatta and pyjama. The pyjama has elastic so that it fits the waist of the child. The sherwani is also available in maroon and black. Let your kids wear it with matching footwear to make him ready for occasions such as parties, weddings, or festivals. You can buy the sherwani for Rs.1,499 at Amazon.

Grey And Red Indowestern Sherwani

This sherwani has a mix of many layers of colour and design. The set consists of a grey and red art silk jacquard sherwani crafted with jewelled buttons, pocket square and brooch. The sherwani has a mandarin neck and full sleeves and is paired with a red art silk breeches. It is available for purchase at Panash for Rs.2,674.

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Add Stylish Dupattas

A stole or a dupatta not just amplifies a groom's outfit but in fact completes his entire look unparalleled. Dupatta adds colour and breaks the monotone. It brings together your outfit. Originally dupattas had to match your bottom. The finesse of a beautifully draped stole adds a hint of class to the groom's look making him shine out like true royalty! If you plan to wear a turban or other style of head dress, then choose the same colour as that of the dupatta. Most ready-made sherwanis sets take care of colour choices and accessories for you. If dupatta is too blasé for you, go in for a stole or a heavily embroidered Pashmina shawl, depending on the season.