Sherwani comes from the style of dress of the people from the Shirvan region in South Asia. It is a combination of the traditional Kurta and the British frock coat. It is a long coat, cut below the knee. The origin of the Sherwani can be traced back to the Mughal court where nobles traditionally wore it. Near the end of the eighteenth century, it became popular among the general population. It is now officially part of the national dress of Pakistan, and Government officials there wear it in black. In India, it is most commonly worn at family functions such as weddings.The groom traditionally wears Indian designer Sherwani at his nuptials. The Sherwani come in a wide range of fabrics and colours, they look respectable while also looking trendy and stylish,to complement the bridal attire.
Nihal Fashions stock a huge range of Sherwani’s in materials as diverse as silk, dupion, brocade, velvet and banarasi. Colours are as diverse as cream, gold, lemon, blue, peach, green and red and the fabric comes plain or with wonderfully intricate patterns. Bridal Sherwani can be worn with an ornate, pointed Mojari shoe and a Stole, which is a luxurious scarf for men, that is worn draped or wrapped around the Sherwani. On the bottom half, the groom can partner his Sherwani with Churidar trousers or a Dhoti. This stylish ensemble will guarantee that the groom will look fashionable and sophisticated at his wedding and be memorable for his rich, yet traditional attire.