Wedding Sherwani is a traditional Indian garment worn by men on their wedding day. It is a long, full-sleeved coat-like attire that is worn over a kurta, which is a long, loose-fitting shirt. The Sherwani is usually made of luxurious fabrics such as silk, velvet, or brocade, and is heavily embellished with intricate embroidery, beadwork, and other decorative elements.
The Sherwani is an important part of an Indian wedding ceremony and symbolizes the groom’s commitment to his bride. It is typically chosen to match the bride’s outfit and to complement her attire. The Sherwani is also chosen based on the groom’s personal style and taste, as well as the theme of the wedding.