It’s no surprise that Men love the colour Blue, probably because of its association with masculinity. From a cool pastel blue to a deep Indigo, there is no shade that men cannot wear. If you are one of those gentlemen who prefer having a tinge of this hue in everything, then these Blue Sherwani designs for men will impress and excite you! If you think Blue is quite common, our collection will leave you surprised! The choice of shades, textures, fabrics, and weaves is far from anything you have seen before. So, embrace this colour like a pro and give others a masterclass on carrying these Sherwanis with our expert style guide.

Importance Of Blue Sherwani Suits For Men:

In a red and cream dominated ethnic clothing line for men, Blue Sherwanis are considered a total “off-beat”. While dark or navy blue shades are not very rare, pastel blues and bright sky blue are now totally in! Along with giving you a subtle glow, they also have a calming effect on the mind. So, you can hog the limelight without going over the Top!

Beat and Trending Designs of Blue Sherwani Collection For Men:

Here are the top 10 new models of blue Sherwani for gents with images and detailed descriptions.

1. Blue Sherwani For Wedding:

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Check out this Dark Blue Sherwani, which is specially designed for weddings. It is made of Velvet cloth that looks lavish and opulent. The Kurta comes in an overlap model, with one side heavily adorned with Resham work and the other side, only the sleeves part is covered. It is best paired with silk Dhoti and Jutis.

  • Design: Dark Blue Resham Embroidered Velvet Wedding Sherwani
  • Fabric: Velvet
  • Suitable Occasion: Weddings, Grooms

2. Blue Sherwani For Groom:

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Check out this Royal Blue Sherwani adorned with a rich foil printed design. It is specially made for grooms who want to look dapper on their D-Day. The Kurta is made with glossy Cotton Silk material and tapered along the waistline to give a slimmer appearance. Check out the collar, which highlights the entire outfit.

  • Design: Royal Blue Sherwani with Foil Printed Design
  • Fabric: Cotton Silk
  • Suitable Occasion: Weddings, Reception, Groom Wear

3. Blue and Gold Sherwani:

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This piece is made for handsome gentlemen who prefer an eclectic mix of ethnicity and modernity. The knee-length Dark Blue Sherwani with a rich gold colour is woven work to lend a stately look. It is a straight fit, overlap model, which can also be used for layering. Doesn’t the beige pyjama take this outfit to a whole new level?

  • Design: Dark Blue Sherwani with Gold Colour Woven Work
  • Fabric: Art Silk
  • Suitable Occasion: Engagement, Reception, Groom Wear

4. Blue and White Sherwani:

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Look cool and classy in this white and navy blue Sherwani. The pleasant look of this outfit makes it an ideal choice for balmy weather. The upper part of the long Kurta is accentuated with Zari, stones, and beads work the Mughal architecture inspires that. The rest of the garment has a traditional Jal style embroidery in blue to match the Art Silk Churidar in Navy Blue.

  • Design: Hand Embroidered Jacquard Sherwani in White and Blue
  • Fabric: Art Silk
  • Suitable Occasion: Morning Events, Weddings, Festivals

5. Plain Blue Sherwani:

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The simple Blue Sherwani has an unspoken aristocrat feel with its design type. Also, look at the detailing on the fabric. The plain art silk fabric reveals the richness of our traditional weaves, which is further elevated with gold buttons and an Asymmetric hem. It is matched aesthetically with a shiny dark beige Churidar.

  • Design: Navy Blue Plain Asymmetric Sherwani
  • Fabric: Art Silk
  • Suitable Occasion: High Profile Events, Social Gatherings, Mehfil Nights

6. Blue and Black Sherwani:

To all those men who love blue but also love black, this one is just for you! The Kurta is made with a Brocade that features both these colours, a rare one in the men’s segment. It is designed in a contemporary, fusion style paired with a Patiala Dhoti. What intrigues us about this outfit is the kind of mystery it creates with lighting effects.

  • Design: Black and Blue Woven Design Sherwani
  • Fabric: Brocade Silk
  • Suitable Occasion: Cocktail Events, Sangeeth, Weddings

7. Blue Velvet Sherwani Design:

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If you have a destination wedding in cold weather, Velvet is a safe bet. It looks opulent, but it also keeps you warm and comfortable. Seen here is a Dark Blue Velvet Sherwani designed in a Pakistani style. The collar and cuffs are adorned with simple silver thread work, and the centre panel is made attractive with sparkling buttons.

  • Design: Royal Blue Velvet Sherwani with Kora Dabka Hand Embroidery Work
  • Fabric: Velvet
  • Suitable Occasion: Weddings, Night Parties, Receptions

8. Blue Sherwani With Golden Work:

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If the word “rich” had a visual image, it would probably look like this outfit. The breathtakingly beautiful Sherwani is made with a blue Cotton Silk, on which generous doses of golden work are added. Every single attention is paid heed to, including the hints of maroon on the collar and cuffs. Grooms! Keep this design in your mind!

  • Design: Blue Zari Embroidered Wedding Sherwani
  • Fabric: Cotton Silk
  • Suitable Occasion: Weddings, Groom Wear

9. Red and Blue Sherwani:

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You are quite wrong if you thought florals are reserved only for brides! The new-age men are making bolder moves with their outfit choices. Seen here is a navy blue Jacquard Sherwani with red floral print. It is designed in a fusion cut on the front to bring in uniqueness. For a neutral effect, a beige silk dhoti is added.

  • Design: Navy Blue Indo Western Sherwani with Pink Floral Print Design
  • Fabric: Jacquard
  • Suitable Occasion: Weddings, Cocktail Parties, Sangeeth

10. Blue Indo-western Sherwani:

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Check out this midnight blue Sherwani that is designed in an Indo-western style. It is made with a fine quality Jacquard material with printed foliage. The asymmetric overlap model gives a trendy look, which is further highlighted by the minimal work on the collar. Wear it with white Pyjama style trousers to look sensational.

  • Design: Blue Indo Western Sherwani with Jacquard Work Embroidered
  • Fabric: Art Silk
  • Suitable Occasion: Night Parties, Social Gatherings

How To Style Blue Sherwani For Different Occasions?

As promised earlier, we shall help you achieve a flawless look in your ethnic ensembles and get you ready for all your important events:

  • Before picking an outfit, pay attention to the right fit and suitable shade for your skin tone. If you are fair, you can go for darker shades and dusky and brown tones; lighter shades work very well.
  • Although many men prefer a monotone look in blue, it can get boring. So, combine this colour with red, black, pastel pink, white or even beige to add some visual appeal.
  • If you are the groom, pick some heavy fabrics like Brocades, Silk etc., After all, it’s your wedding, and you cannot afford to get lost in the crowd!
  • For a guest look, go for simple, yet elegant Sherwanis, which are minimal in embellishments. Style them with a Nehru jacket or even a plain shawl.
  • Pearls and beaded jewellery work well with these outfits in the accessories part. Choose a layered look which is trending now.
  • Experiment with different bottom wears like Churidar, Dhotis, pleated pants etc., to recreate diverse looks with the same outfit.

Those are some of the latest and most popular Blue Sherwani designs, taking social media storm. These outfits are sure to create much fodder for your pages and insta-stories. Not to forget the flood of likes and comments you are likely to receive, offline and online. Instead of sticking to the old-school designs, try something new and impress everyone as you walk by!

About Yashita

Yashita is a senior content writer in Fashion & Lifestyle. She works involved writing blog posts and articles on diverse topics. She developed a passion for content writing, made it her full-time career. She loves writing for the online media and specializes in fashion, lifestyle and travel-related content. Yashita loves to explore the new places, and the different flavours/foods and photography are hobbies.
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