AccessoriesMen's FashionWedding

Groom Kalgi Designs for Perfect Wedding

K4 Henna App

Look the best version of yourself on the biggest and most memorable occasion of your life with our “Groom Kalgi designs”. Marriage isn’t just about the bride anymore. It’s time to bring out the most handsome personality in you and give yourself a groomed look. We have got everything covered from the haldi to the bidai.

Choose from our vast kalgi collection according to your mood, emotion, and occasion. Enhance your look by selecting the style depending on the bridegroom’s outfit. You can also use the feature of using it as a brooch that can be pinned to your safa.

Groom Kalgi Designs

1. Wear it like Gabru

Golden Plated Red and White Stone Groom Kalgi Designs
Image Source: Om Jewellers Patiala

This is a Kundan antique kalgi with polki and ruby studded in it, exclusively from the house of Om Jewellers. Gold used is 22k 916 Hallmarked. This kalgi has an antique royal look to it and can be complemented with any colored outfit. You can wear it as a brooch with designed, chickened, heavy work and plain sherwanis. This will go with every colored turban. You can mostly go with pale colors to give it a highlighted look. The oval eight patterns is perfect for those heavy wedding looks.

2. Shades of Ivory

Shades of Ivory Groom Kalgi Designs
Image Source: Sabyasachi Jewelry

Like to make a dramatic entrance? We have the right kalgi for you! Look out for this heritage collection jewelry collection from Sabyasachi. It will perfectly go with your grand wedding attire. This is studded with emeralds and green stones and the borders give it the right ivory look. The feathers at the end make you the perfect peacock dandy. This goes perfectly with light and pale colors. Pair it with a peachy turban and a combination of peach and Emerald green for the best look.

3. The snowdrop Kalgi

Red and white pleated stone Groom Kalgi Designs
Image Source: Hitched & Clicked

This unique model is a combination of white, green, and red studded stones. It is a snowdrop model with a dewdrop green stone hanging at the end and the middle of the model. This goes perfectly with all the bright colors you are planning to wear for all those weddings, functions, and many more. Pair it with a dark or light-colored turban or wear it as a brooch with any dark or light-colored sherwani. Grace up the attire with a small teeka and you are all set to rock the look like a pro.

4. The fierce Kalgi

Fierce Groom Kalgi Designs
Image Source: Sabyasachi Jewelry

Want a sharp searing look? You have met your match. This is one of the most arrogant pieces of Indian jewelry. The Kalgi – a turban ornament for Indian royalty. This has a combination of uncut diamonds and rubies. This one of a kind model has a pearl hanging low in the middle. This goes best with all those royal colors you have been eyeing. This piece of jewelry looks best on a peachy or crème turban with a designer sherwani that highlights your face. Compliment this look with a light beard and you are good to go.

5. The pagh kalgi

Pagh kalgi Designs for Indian grooms
Image Source: Be Spoke Turbans

Pagh wala Munda kendi bada janch da. The statement speaks for itself. This calm kalgi is studded with white stones to give it a serene look. The feathers in the top steal the show. The teardrop pearl in the bottom is an added beauty. Pair it with colors like light pink, crème, orange for turbans, and compliment the same colors for the sherwanis which can be designed, chicken worked, heavily worked, or plain. Complete this look with a dagger covered in its cover.

6. The sikh kalgi

Sikh kalgi Designs for Indian Groom
Image Source: Hitched & Clicked

This is a very intricately designed sikh wedding kalgi. The teardrop pearl in the bottom and in the middle of the model is an added beauty.  This can be totally pulled off as a brooch too.  The high design gives it a sensitive look. Pair it with colors like light pink, crème, orange for turbans, and compliment the same colors for the sherwanis which can be designed, chicken worked, heavy worked, or plain. Complete this look with a dagger covered in its cover. Compliment his look with a light beard and you are good to go.

7.  The subtle side look

White and green pleated stone Kalgi Designs for Indian grooms
Image Source: Sabyasachi Jewelry

You can never go wrong with a side kalgi. This one is an all beauty with white studs and an emerald in the middle. Green pearls hanging at the end and also in the middle of it. The feathers are an added advantage giving it a complete royal look. Pair it with similar studded jewelry to carry it like a pro. This piece of jewelry looks best on a peachy or crème turban with a designer sherwani that highlights your face. Compliment this look with a light beard and you are good to go.

8. Untamable Kalgi

White and green pleated stone Kalgi Designs for Indian grooms
Image Source: Sabyasachi Jewelry

Featured here in fine diamonds and emeralds. This one is an all beauty with white studs and big emerald teardrops in the middle and a small one at the end giving it a complete royal look. Pair it with similar studded jewelry to carry it like a pro. This piece of jewelry looks best on a peachy or crème turban with a designer sherwani that can be crème or all shades of green that highlights your face. You can complement this look with a light and subtle beard and you are just perfect to go.

9. The Nizam Kalgi

 Green and yellow pleated Groom Kalgi Designs with white feather
Image Source: Ganjam

The Kalgi from our Nizam collection is an important piece that re-kindles the exquisite charm of the royal jewelry repertoire. This beautiful piece of design is studded with yellow, white stones, and emeralds. The heavy white pearl is an added beauty.  The feathers in the end enhance the whole beauty. You can also wear it as a side kalgi. This kalgi looks best when paired with golden, shades of yellow, shades of green and all shades of white both for the turban and the sherwani. Add a dagger or a sword to complete the look.

10. The Kalgi with a feather touch

 Green and yellow pleated Groom Kalgi Designs with white feather
Image Source: Grooms Of Sabyasachi

This kalgi is the one for you. We are not saying it, have a look and you will say it yourself! This one is an all beauty with white studs and emeralds studded just in the right amount. Green pearls hanging at the end and also in the middle of it. The feathers are an added advantage giving it a complete royal look. Pair it with similar colored jewelry to carry it like a pro. This piece of jewelry looks best on a peachy or crème turban with a designer sherwani that highlights your face.

11. The royal Kalgi

Groom Kalgi Designs with white feather
Image Source: Be Spoke Turbans

This is a warrior kalgi. Take a look and we swear you will become a fan. This is delicately designed with highlighting white pearls hanging towards the sides and the kalgi is completed studded with golden stones. The colored golden feathers are a sign of victory. Pair it with the most beautiful heavily designed royal red sherwani and a turban. You can add preferred golden heavy jewelry to this look. Complete the look with a heavy beard and a sword.

Weddings are a strong reflection of culture with rituals, songs, dances, food, and dresses that have evolved over centuries. It is only rightful to dress up and look fabulous for all the functions like choora, mehendi, mayian, sangeeth, baarath, varna, and the main component varmala, kanyadaan and phere.

Do not forget to pair all these looks with a little teeka, and a big smile which is the main ornaments hence making your bride blush with your looks. Let this happy, once in a lifetime occasion not be just only about the bride. To all the grooms out there you are also as much part of it as she is. So, get up, dress up, and show up as you have never done before with our variety of kalgis. Keep it real, keep it royal!

Harshita Kashyap
I have been into this section of the field for quite a long time. Having an interest in the field of content writing it hence constantly pushed me towards the exploration of various industries, which helped me individually and characteristically. If by anyhow I can be of any help to people out there then that will be a matter of honour for me.

Leave a Reply

error: Thanks for Visiting K4 Fashion
For Latest UpdatesJoin Telegram
+