Groom Turbans 2015
Pakistan is a traditional country and our traditions and values are very dear to us. We proudly wear our traditional dresses at the important events of our lives such as Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-ul-Azha , Weddings and Nikkah. Grooms also wear traditional clothing at their big day like brides. Turban or Groom Pagri is an important part of the traditional wedding for grooms in Pakistan. There are different kinds and style of turbans. At Paper PK Fashion Blog we bring trendy and traditional turbans of year 2015 for your selection.
This is a traditional turban that reminds us of our great Mughal Emperors and their traditions. It is completely covered with the jeweled strap in front that gives a traditional and sophisticated look to the groom and can be matched with the color of sharwani or the color of the bridal lehanga.
The Rajpooti Style Turban
Rajpooti style turban adds a bit of valor and boldness to the overall impact of the groom. This turban is inspired from the great Rajpoots and the way they like to dress on their big days like wedding. The jeweled pin of the turban also called “Kalanagi” adds an extra lavish to the turban
The Rajhistani Style Turban
This turban is inspired from the deserts of Rajhistan and the way Rajhistani prince and Rajas like to dress up on their wedding day. The yellow and the red color of the turban are bold and eye catching that gives a prominent look to the groom among the masses at wedding. The jeweled pin is used in centre and gives a royal look to the turban
Punjabi grooms are most vibrant, lively and stylish and they require an even more stylish turban to look awesome at their wedding day. The Punjabi style turban is combination of two colors the subtle cream and the bold maroon. Infect it provides the two sides of groom soft and loving for bride but also bold and courageous.
Jamawar turbans are very popular in this season. They are light weight yet stylish. Moreover there are many colors available in jamawar that can be easily matched with the sharwani of the groom or the bridal dress of bride.
The heritage turban is the combination of Mughal, Rajhistani, Punjabi and Rajpoot Style. It has a fur pin in center that reminds us of Mughal attire. The jeweled pin and the wraps of the turban are similar to that of Rajpooti and Rajhistani style turbans.