Traditional Wedding Sherwani for Ethnic Look

1363328_0x580Sherwanis are a symbol of an age-old tradition and culture. Though Sherwanis are worn on a variety of occasions, wedding ceremonies never seem to acquire their full grandeur without them. Not only a wedding Sherwani provides an ethnic look but at the same time it reconnects us with the rich cultural heritage that we have been long known for. People are almost crazy when it comes to getting attired in a well-crafted and eye-catching embroidered Sherwani. Sherwani fabrics are available in a wide range and you can choose a fabric that goes with your personality and suits the weather, be it winter season or summer time.

A wedding Sherwani is particularly popular for its dense embroidery, delicate hand work and other embellishments. To make you look your best on your wedding day, multiple types of handwork and embroidery work are available. These include crystal work, dabka work, zardozi embroidery, thread work and Swarovski work among others. These delicate embroidery patterns are created using a special kind of hook needle, locally known as Aari Tari needle. It takes many hard days of labour before a Sherwani is ready to be dressed in.

Nowadays, designer Sherwanis are also available. Exclusive Sherwanis designed by fashion gurus like Manish Malhotra and Ritu Beri among others. Whether it is about the shade, the fabric or the extent of embroidery patterns, you can choose a Sherwani that you like best and that looks best on your personality.

The embroidery work on a Sherwani may include the use of either precious stones or semi-precious stones. Even if you are passionate about precious stone like neelam, pokhraj, manak and panna, your Sherwani can be studded with these. But if you are a little worried about the price, you can go for semi-precious stones. Moti and pearl work are mostly liked by people looking for wedding Sherwanis. Imitation diamonds are available for a few thousands rupees per kg so you can choose these without worrying too much about the price. These precious stones are at time more brilliant than the real ones and are wear-free.

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