Sheras for Groom
A Sehra is a headdress worn by the Indian groom during their weddings. It basically serves two main purposes i.e. warding off the evil eye, and secondly, the bride & groom are not supposed to see each other before their wedding ceremony. Thus, a sehra hides the groom’s face, while the bride's face is with a ghunghat. In the past few years, sehra has become transcultural and predominant recently. A traditional Sehra is versatile, and quite in-fashion. At Tasva, we have some of the finest designs in Sehra for Groom. Select the one which conforms to your outfit, and place your order online now!
Typical White & Red Sehra for Groom
This is the most common sehra adorned by grooms in India, and the most picture-perfect. Its absolute design makes it just the right choice for Groom's dress.
Floral Sehra for Groom
With ever-evolving fashion, the flower sehra for men is much in demand nowadays. It features some intricate floral details around the bottom and the body of the Sehra. The complete floral structure adds a modest magnificence to the veil. The floral sehra for the groom is quite common among Punjabi grooms. With their subtle themes, these types of sehras are appropriate for daytime events.
Feathery Sehra for Groom
This type of sehra is ideal for grooms during daytime events. This is an outstanding Sehra which is truly airy and fairly soft. It's pretty design and details make it an even better choice for grooms.
Apart from these, you can find sehras with brooches, sehras in varied fabrics like velvet, brocade, silk, raw silk and more at Tasva. For sure, you can’t negate the fact that such pieces of accessories are indispensable for boosting the groom’s look and surreal at all times.
FAQs on the Sheras for Groom
Which is the most worn sehra by grooms at their wedding?
A classic sehra in red & white theme is the most sought after choices of many grooms.
Can Sehra overdo my style on the wedding?
Adding a sehra not only amps the groom's look but also is an extravagant choice of accessory that connects one to Indian roots.
Where can you find the latest sehra designs?
The tradition of a groom in a sehra has been retained in weddings. While choosing the perfect wedding outfit at Tasva, you can find a sehra design that compliments your outfit.