Black is the most evergreen color in the entire color palette, that goes well in all kinds of attires and functions; it has the inbuilt characteristic of highlighting a person’s inner beauty and features gracefully. When we look at the delicacy on this page, we automatically connect this garment as appropriate to be worn by the groom’s brother or the bride’s brother, for any heavy function, like a wedding or engagement.
Having a fine art silk material, this sherwani is stitched in an appropriate length i.e. slightly below the knee length with a front half slit; borders with thin designer piping that also cover the high neck in elegant thread embroidery and corresponding beads placed in an alternate red and green shade. The main field area is filled with designer embroidered golden motifs of vines and paisleys decorated by red and white beads in a symmetric pattern; having plain long sleeves with just a thin border at the hem is a major aspect that enhances its richness and grace.
This sherwani can be clubbed with any white family shaded lower of any style, like harem, pant, churidar etc. The model here is wearing a creamish golden churidar that seems a perfect match and also does not divert the viewer’s attention from the rich sherwani.