Safas are the authentic wear accessory for Groom which usually accompanies the sherwani. Safas came a long way. A unique safa brings the entire look straight to a whole new level. Safas have evolved to printed silk safas, floral prints safa, jute silk printed safas etc. from a simple fabric. If you are a groom who thinks the groom’s overall wedding look has nothing to do with a safa, then you couldn’t be more mistaken.

Let’s check out some of 2020’s in-trend safas that will make you look at the same level as your fashionista bride as you walk down the aisle.

1. Floral Safas

The safa’s flowery designs can be a refreshing change from those typical pink or golden pagdis. Flower power with the outfit can generate magic. It will immediately add personality to the entire outfit. This looks good not only on the groom but also on the baratis and on the family of the bride. You can go for a simple and elegant sherwani by wearing floral printed safa to add some fun to your wedding look.


2. Matching the Bride’s Outfit

The grooms matched their safas to the dupatta on either the head of the bride or the second one, and it is a beautiful proof of the deep bonding that the couple shares. Simply pick the family’s closest hue, and customize the wedding safa. A beaded necklace can also be added for a classy touch too.


3. Monotone Safas

With brides going for monotonous lehenga sets, grooms are also picking up monotonous sherwani with a wedding safa representing mood and lifestyle elegance. Trends in the wedding safa have driven the wedding business like a hurricane. They add extra oomph to the outfit, and they are ideal for a groom who doesn’t mind making a statement about fashion.


4. Safas with Ornaments

A sarpech is a brooch for a safa only. Sarpechs come in all sizes, colours, shapes and will enliven the safa immediately. If prints and flowers aren’t your things, pin a sarpech on your safa and you’re done!  This will make your safa feel like an accessory for royalty.


5. Solid Colors

Bright safas are our favorite of all the happy outfits! Whether it’s a day event or one at night, you should try to change the color according to your taste. Bright safas look amazing when wearing a sherwani that has been printed or embroidered. They build a striking balance on grooms which looks fine. Interestingly, nowadays it’s easy to find dyers who can dye cloth to an incredible degree of accuracy.


6. Metallic Safas

Modern safas are best used, but here’s one way you can ma ke them a notch— get a safa made of metallic. Bold is always better. We recommend wearing a metallic safa for the evening, or when there will be a lot of dancing! Metallics are in, and this is a perfect choice for grooms who doesn’t want to wear heavy safas!


7. Bandhani Safas

Printed Bandhej or Bandhani safa is the first preference of many grooms. With this traditional safa you simply can’t go wrong. They are yet another vibrant burst of colors and silhouette of foil that can be wrapped effortlessly in different designs. They are fantastically festive too!


Remember that when you choose from structures and designs, you want a safa that resonates with your personality and your feel. Check it all out for size. You will find the right one. Even if you’ve got a simple and meek sherwani, you could jazz it up with a rich and sassy safa and wear accessories. 

I hope you found this article valuable. So come on grooms and find a perfect safa for your wedding!