30 Sep How to wear Dhoti/Veshti (Properly!)?
Styling and grooming in weddings are usually focused on the bride, but how about the groom? A common styling issue that an Indian groom often encounters during the wedding ceremony is when trying to wear the dhoti/veshti during the second garment change.
Some trial and error rounds might work, but there are some downside risks if a groom ties the outfit wrongly, including:
– It gets loose when the groom sits
– It becomes too tight when the groom sits
– Most importantly, it can easily expose the groom’s inner wear during the ceremony!
While the problem is understandable for the millennial groom who dons casual wear and work outfit daily, asking for help from the grooms’ friends in the fitting room is out of question as the majority of them are all single and might not have adequate experience with the outfit. With this in mind, how do you think should the groom approach this problem?
To help you with it, watch one quick example of how to wear your dhoti:
The video might provide a good overview of how to wear the dhoti, but to get things done more efficiently, we suggest you get someone who is more experienced to join the groom in the fitting room.
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(If the moments are not shared, means they might overlook or do not cover properly)
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Is your big day fall in good wedding month?
Is your big day fall under weekends?
Then do not think twice if you have found the right photographer.
Experience photographer are booked 1 to 2 years in advance.
(There is a reason behind why they are booked so early)
Honestly, how many experience photographers have you found online?
If this is one of them that shortlisted, I would suggest do not delay as they might not be available on the following day.
Grab yours before they are not available for you!