Thinking about what to wear for your beach wedding at Goa. Here are some style suggestions for the groom!
Goan Beach weddings are plenty of fun and all you need to do is to take care of the way you dress so that you can have loads of fun and dig your toes into the warm sand without worrying about anything else. When it comes to groom wear for beach weddings, there are so many ways you can either dress up or dress down.
The casual look
The first obvious choice of groom wear you can consider for your Goan beach wedding is to wear a pair of cargo pants combined with a t-shirt and an inner vest for an ultra casual look. We suggest playing around with shades like aqua, sea blue, grey, white and brown. However, this look works best only if the overall theme is that of a casual beach wedding and your bride too is wearing a short bridal dress or other casual wear. For fun, a bowtie can also be worn to add a subtle air of style.
Traditional or comfortable?
Indian groom wear undoubtedly has plenty of great options for men and there are plenty of fantastic styles to suit any type of figure. However, if you do plan to go with Indian wear, we suggest ditching the traditional dupatta or chunni and wearing a waistcoat for a smarter look instead. Considering that your wedding is being held on the beach and there is bound to be plenty of strong wind and heat, a dupatta could become more of an inconvenience than an eye-catching fashion statement. A turban no doubt completes the look and adds a royal flair, but wear one only if you are sure that you can handle it confidently without losing your cool. After all, it’s likely to be another hot sunny day at the beach as you say your vows. Embroidered Indian wear in shades like beige, midnight blue, titanium grey and cream will look awesome and blend well with the rest of the surroundings too.
You have plenty of stylish options if you choose to go with western wear. A smartly styled or tailored suit will no doubt make you look dapper and there are so many shades you could choose from. You could go with shades that are light for example beige, white, cream, or sky blue and team it up with a colourful bow in red, maroon or bright green. Or you could also go with a nautical theme and use colours like blue, red and white in your ensemble. A waistcoat will look dapper and a suit is best avoided because it will get uncomfortable as the day progresses. With so many wonderful elements around you, why not choose a starfish, shell or a wildflower boutonniere which will add a cool quotient to your attire.