Deepak S Chhabra Couture, Reshaping the Post-pandemic Wedding Fashion

Deepak S Chhabra Couture, Reshaping the Post-pandemic Wedding Fashion

Gone are those days when the Indian brides used to steal the show at the Indian weddings with their wedding dresses and the grooms had to take the back seat. The new-gen Indian grooms are equally focused on making a fashion statement at their wedding ceremony through their luxurious wedding couture. Like many other industries, the Covid-19 pandemic has also affected the Indian wedding industry. Both the size and scale of Indian weddings have reduced to a very significant degree. However, this reduced scale has presented the grooms with a unique opportunity of being able to focus and spend on their groomswear. A luxury Groomswear designer like Deepak S Chhabra is utilizing this opportunity to take the groom’s assemblage to new heights with his profound and luxury designs.

Amalgamating opulence with creativity

Being a leading couturier in the Indian wedding industry, Deepak S Chhabra has over two decades of working experience with Indian grooms. With so much experience, he has the perfect knowledge of how to give his designs a personal touch while keeping in mind the requirements of the man-of-the-day. He makes the entire wedding experience a memorable one for both groom and bride by employing his meticulous designing skills on the groomswear. Talking about what makes a successful wedding fashion designer, he commented, “Breaking fashion down into atoms and detailing how a beautiful molecule is created with the bond of two or more atoms, is the anatomy of a fine fashion designer. The atoms in my niche include colour, fabric, customization, embroidery, detailing, placement, drapes, cut, and style.”

Making wedding fashion a vogue concept

From Bollywood to Mughal dynasty to western culture, Indian groomswear fashion is heavily influenced by all of them and Deepak never fails to deliver the ideal ensemble to his customers. His traditional Sherwanis with embellished embroidery is enough to bring the inner Maharaja in you out. The vibrant indo-western kurtas can easily ensure that every eye remains on you on D-Day. Indian grooms, at the same time, are not shy about embracing modernity as many of them prefer to wear luxurious tuxedos and penguin suits curated by Deepak to showcase their glamour. What makes him stand out from other Indian designers is his stunning style sense and experimentation with colors.  

Imprinting lives with impeccable style

With over 11,000 happy grooms, Deepak S Chhabra has left a big impact on the Indian groomswear industry. However, he is committed to expanding his empire of luxurious collections of new-age wedding couture. Keeping in mind the increased demand for the opulent couture in the post-pandemic era, Deepak has recently launched a complete floor dedicated to his Haute Couture Collection. Sharing his thoughts on this collection, he said, “The ensembles here embody the groom’s character. They are handmade and are designed to create a legacy for our new-age grooms. I have my thumbprint as our logo for the collection that adds a personalized touch ensuring that we put in all our efforts so that you shine in the spotlight and all eyes, especially your brides’ are on you.”

The Indian weddings have witnessed a severe jolt during the lockdowns. However, with the global vaccine roll-out and ease of restrictions, the industry is getting back to its track. In this scenario, wedding fashion designers like Deepak S Chhabra are all set to introduce a wide range of luxurious couture options before the modern grooms. Deepak with his elegant designs will make sure that the brides cannot help but stare at their grooms on their wedding day                 

 

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