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Gone are the days when an Indian groom’s apparel was limited to countable items only. With many ace designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Manish Malhotra, Rohit Bal giving equal importance to men's wedding wear. Men too started giving a positive response and as a result, the entire wedding apparel market saw a huge makeover in terms of groom wear.
When it comes to a groom’s dress for his wedding, there are many choices available. From kurta pajama to sherwani to indo-western to angrakha, the list is endless. But in addition to the dress, a groom’s look is incomplete without his accessories like safa (turban), kalingi, kanthimala, watch etc. Out of all, the most impactful is the safa or the turban which completes the overall look of a groom.
In earlier days, the only option available to the groom for his safa was a dark maroon color. But now the market is filled with an endless number of color options and different patterns as well. Today we will tell you everything about wedding turban in Kolkata.
A safa or a turban is traditionally worn by Rajasthani men and native Punjabi people due to various ethnic reasons. But the trend of wearing safas gained a lot of popularity amongst metro-sexual grooms. And why not, he too deserves to look dashing and handsome for the big day. So we present 3 different safa styles which are super famous amongst grooms.
Rajasthani Safa: If you like experimenting with colors, then we highly recommend you to opt for a Rajasthani safa. There are two options available, one is a bandhej safa and the other one is leheriya. Both are traditional Rajasthani fabrics and a favorite of the native royal families. The admixture of various colors like red, green, pink, and orange make it a top seller as per many turban retailers in Kolkata.
Angrakha Safa: Unlike a regular safa, an angrakha safa is tied in a different manner, where the right ear of the groom is fully covered with layerings. This type of safa is paired with an angrakha style of sherwani which is longer as compared to a regular sherwani.
Classic Safa: Old is gold, and this holds true in many cases as well. A classic safa in the hues of white and gold was the love of Maharajas of India then and are still now!
Not only grooms, but the baraatis also wear safas during the wedding procession. It has been a tradition that all the baraatis wear a similar style of safa so the brides’ family is able to distinguish the groom’s family and friends. Some super cool safa options for the baraatis are as follows.
Pastel Safa: All thanks to Sabyasachi for introducing pastel colors to the fashion industry. These type of safas are very unusual and hence will look super charming on all the baraatis.
Raw Silk Safa: If you want the baraatis to wear something which looks effortlessly royal and elegant, then raw silk safas are the best. The crisp, freshness of raw silk is a perfect pick for all daytime wedding functions.
Now all you have to do is visit Shaadidukaan.com which is India’s top online wedding market. From here you can choose trusted safa vendors from all over India who are registered online and are just a click away. So visit the website and save time as well as money.
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