5 Must Stop Stores For Men Before Saying ‘I Do’

It is very unfair, that whenever we speak about wedding shopping, lehenga, sarees and jewellery pops up in our mind! Shopping for the wedding is always fun and exciting but ignoring the wardrobe of the groom to be, is definitely not a good idea. As the D day arrives, here is a quick list of places to visit for all the grooms for their perfect wedding attire.


When it comes to ethnic fashion, Manyavar is the most common choice for every groom and their family. From Jodhpuri jackets to bandhgalas and sherwanis, Manyavar can be your perfect choice when it comes to wedding shopping for the groom. Choose from the varied wedding collection and flaunt your ethnic self on your D Day.

Sharbari Datta

If creativity and magic is something you want to flaunt while taking the vows, Sharbari Datta will be your perfect choice. From ethnic designs to natural fabrics, Sharbari Datta weaves art and magic in her ethnic wear collection.

Fab India

Traditional techniques, hand crafted fabric, pure textile and beautiful designs, Fab India is everything that is Indian. The range of ethnic kurtas and sherwani they have are simple yet brings out the ethnicity in full flair. If you are looking for something simple and ethnic, drop into Fab India store for your wedding shopping

Poonam Kasera

Hand embroidered, pure textiles and one of its kind designs is something that fits your idea of a groom’s wear, Poonam Kasera should be your first choice. This male designer wear store is a must go shopping place if you love to adorn yourself with unique designs and beautiful hand embroidered kurtas, sherwanis, bandhgalas and the likes which are not only amazing to look at but the breathable fabric makes it a good choice for any weather.


Smart formal suits or ethnic Jodhpuri jackets, whichever is your choice, Raymond will be able to cater to you with their wide range of offerings. Be it readymade or custom made Raymond has something to offer for every kind of grooms and for every occasions.

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