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February 24, 2024

The outfit edit for bridesmaids and groomsmen

By: Anushka Manik
Planning a wedding is not just about saying ‘I do’; it’s about curating a visual masterpiece that reflects the unique personalities of both the parties in question. While we often get to read and take inspirations about bridal and groom fashion, seldom do we get our hands on brands that cater some of the most important people at the shindig- the bridesmaids and groomsmen. From the rich hues of traditional sarees to the dapper charm of contemporary sherwanis, we’ve got 8 luxe brands you can rely on for your bestie’s wedding! Ready to look like a patakha? Scroll down:


Image Courtesy: Neitri
Dipping into the tapestry of cultures and riding the wave of philosophies, Neitri is (NOT) your average design house that’s on a mission to tell stories through textile and culture. With their fingers on the pulse of the hottest trends, the brand offers a variety of exquisite Banarasi sarees, suits, and lehengas, and silk jumpsuits while playing matchmaker between the fabulous weavers and the global fashion scene. 
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Parul Gandhi
Image Courtesy: Parul Gandhi
Founded in 2015, the label is synonymous with luxury, creating glamorous and feminine outfits for today’s modern and independent women. Focused on colour balance and intricate embroidery placement, their designs are both opulent and understated, with a strong emphasis on fabric and surface ornamentation. One can rely on them for trousseau, pre-bridal functions, and occasional wear.
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Image Courtesy: Qbik
With a commitment to pushing boundaries and redefining norms, Qbik brings a fresh perspective to contemporary fashion. From cutting-edge designs to quality craftsmanship, Qbik is synonymous with modernity and individuality, catering to both men and women.
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Image Courtesy: Torani
Drawing inspiration from the tales and reminiscences of Karan Torani’s grandmother, each TORANI creation tells a story of meticulous attention to detail, where design is not just an art form but a narrative woven with threads of sophistication.
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Image Courtesy: Lashkaraa
Established to bring modern ethnic fashion to women residing beyond India, fashion house, Lashkaraa, is known for reimagining traditional garments like the sharara, gharara, salwar, churidar, kurta, and sherwani and transforming them into avant-garde fashion statements. 
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Image Courtesy: Tasva
After making waves in the industry through his bridal couture collection, Tarun Tahiliani joined hands with Aditya Birla to introduce ‘Tasva Fashion,’ a men’s traditional wear brand exuding art and craftsmanship. With a deep focus on incorporating the vibrant colours and poetic allure of Banaras, situated along the Ganges. Tasva aims to weave tales of Indian heritage into comfortable and easy-flowing men’s wear.
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Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna
Image Courtesy: Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna
Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna, the dynamic duo in the world of fashion, have crafted a brand that stands at the intersection of artistry and modern elegance. The brand finds inspiration in distinctive architectural forms, incorporating metallic tones fused with contemporary edgy elements. Their signature style involves metallic embroideries, subtle muted hues, and reticulated structures.
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KALKI Fashion
Image Courtesy: KALKI Fashion
Established in the city of dreams, Mumbai in 2007, KALKI embodies the essence of its birthplace. As a progressive, inventive, and dynamic brand, KALKI presents a fusion of contemporary and ethnic Indian fashion, offering the finest in style.
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You may also read: Top 8 homegrown labels for your wedding trousseau

Anushka Manik


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