Sherwani is a long coat like garment usually worn over a Kurta and Churidar. With changing times, Sherwani is worn as a Kurta itself over Churidar pants. Designer Sherwanis are buttoned up and usually reach the knee in length. Designer Sherwanis make men look taller and more graceful. Designer sherwanis are mostly preferred as wedding suits.
Designer Sherwanis can be of various types like the Peshawri and the Baloochi, and are usually embellished with embroidery and zardozi work. The groom's Sherwani is incomplete without jooties or Indian sandals.
Designer Sherwanis are stitched in a variety of styles, patterns and designs. There are loads of options even when it comes to the choice of fabric. Though designer sherwanis tend to get pricier with more intricate designs, the elegance it provides is worthy enough. Done manually before, now machine embroidery has over taken the making of Designer Sherwanis. The embellishments usually used in the manufacture of Designer Sherwanis are beads, mirrors, sequins and resham threads.
Designer Sherwanis contain diverse embroidery works like dabka, kundan, zari, sequins, and even Swarovski crystal with fashionable colors as red, yellow, magenta and black. Designer Sherwanis that are crafted with silk bear elegant look. Likewise, it is also very graceful fabric found in various colors, styles, designs and motifs.
Designer Sherwanis are stitched keeping in mind the modern fashion trends. Designer Sherwanis offers a wide range of aesthetic embroidery works along with diverse colors and patterns bringing timeless appeal to the regal stature of the Bridegroom wearing it. Different materials like woven silks, crepes, brocades, crinkled tissues, tussars embellished with gold, Zardozi, antique work, beads, and mirrors are used to design modern designer Sherwanis.