Are Sherwani Accessories Becoming Too Much?

by Fayed Hussain on December 10, 2015

Sherwani Accessories

Sherwanis are now particularly popular for its dense and rich embroidery as it signifies magnificence and style. They are a wonderful attire for your wedding or any other special event. They are available in an astounding variety of shapes, shades of colours and materials with different degrees of embellishment from low to highly attractive and eye catching. White Sherwani, Red Sherwanis and Gold Sherwanis comprise of the most used color selections. Now we have accessories for Sherwanis to try and make it better than it is already.

In this blog post we will go through different types of Sherwani accessories and debate whether they are good to have, why they are becoming more popular to use and if they're just too much to have on you.

What are Sherwani Accessories?

Sherwani Accessories are fashionable items or parts that can be added to your Sherwani for more of an 'Oomph' factor to your appearance on your special day. If you're looking to impress your guests more than the bride or even equal to her then accessories on your Sherwani are for you. As powerful as your Sherwani may look, men will try to get the appearance even more attractive with these things to make the Sherwani or your figure into something unique.

Types of Sherwani Accessories?

There are many different type of Sherwani Accessories that will dazzle your look, so here is a list of what may feature on your Sherwani, or even someone else's Sherwani.

  • Matching Shoes
  • Kurta
  • Turban
  • Brooch
  • Scarves
  • Mojari (Different type of footwear)
  • Pagri (Different type of turban)
  • Kamarband
  • Kalgi
  • Swords

Collage of sherwani accessories

Are they becoming too much to wear?

It raises many thoughts to the public if Sherwani accessories are even important to have on your outfit. The answer simply depends on the persons taste in embroidery on clothing. Many people want as much accessories, embellishment done on an outfit, especially for a wedding to show your are the special and main person of the night. 

Accessories on a Sherwani can be unlimited, however too much would seem a bit silly as it is cutting off the beauty of the main piece of clothing, in which case is the actual Sherwani. there is no need for swords or Brooches as there is no point in having them unless you are willing to hold it throughout your whole event. A minimal selection of accessories are perfect and could be essential to the Sherwani in which case usually are the turbans, scarves, footwear and maybe a Kurta.