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Aesthetic Pink KimKhab Banarasi Brocade Sherwani /Achkan for Men | Father Son Combo | Formal Kurta Style wear | Perfect for GroomsHandmade KimKhab Sherwani Achkan for Men | Father Son Combo | Pink Color | Formal Kurta Style wear | Perfect for Grooms
Aesthetic Pink KimKhab Banarasi Brocade Sherwani /Achkan for Men | Father Son Combo | Formal Kurta Style wear | Perfect for GroomsHandmade KimKhab Sherwani Achkan for Men | Father Son Combo | Pink Color | Formal Kurta Style wear | Perfect for Grooms

Aesthetic Pink KimKhab Banarasi Brocade Sherwani /Achkan for Men | Father Son Combo | Formal Kurta Style wear | Perfect for GroomsHandmade KimKhab Sherwani Achkan for Men | Father Son Combo | Pink Color | Formal Kurta Style wear | Perfect for Grooms

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Originated in Northern India, it was frequently worn by the men of royal family but these days it is worn by the Grooms in the wedding ceremonies. The Achkan is a popular wedding wear for men mainly owing to the attire’s strong masculine vibe. The Achkan today breathes smartness. It is a well-tailored, well-fitted and an extremely classy and glamorous outfit.

Achkan is a knee-length traditional men’s attire, similar to a Sherwani. It is long-sleeved with a breast pocket on the left hand side, reaching down to the knees & buttoned in front, up to the neck.

An Achkan exhibits a ceremonial and regal aura. It is teamed up with various accessories to complement the attire. It is teamed up with Kantha (necklace), Safa with Sarpech, Crossbelt, Pocket Square and Mojari to achieve the complete Maharaja look. Though generally worn to weddings, it can make a splendid style statement for occasions like parties, social banquet gatherings, and even fashion shows.