A summer wedding on the cards and you gotta look your best but don't know how? We have it all nailed for you.

Weddings in India are all about dhamaal, good food and of course the dressing up. Whether it is your D-Day or that of your best man or woman, this is one event when you would like to be on trend. Just like the wedding, other ceremonial outfits are equally important as Indian weddings can never be a one-day affair! From 'roka' to engagement, mehendi, haldi, the stag party right up to the wedding day, the key to it all is to look dapper and sauve on each and every occasion.

If you are confused and still haven't decided about your outfits, you need not worry. Here are some of the best outfit options for men to wear all through the various marriage ceremonies:

Embroidery or solid dark colour kurta pajama

If you are wondering what to wear on someone's haldi or mehendi ceremony, then the kurta-pajama is just the right choice. It is an outfit that can rock if styled well and at the same time it is comfortable. Just wear the plain white pajama with a heavy embroidered kurta. Or if you want to keep it light, go for a solid dark colour kurta. Complete your look with ethnic sandals, mojaris or kolhapuri chappals.

Go geometrical

Geometrical patterned outfits are the talk of the season as they create an illusional effect, and can be worn for the engagement ceremony. The trick here is to keep the outfit balanced. If you are going for a geometrical work blazer, then make sure to keep your pants plain and you will be all set to steal attention.

Embellished three-piece suit with tie

Weddings are bling affairs. Embellished outfits always work for the D-Day. This wedding season go for a three-piece suit. Team a classic frosted white shirt with plain black trousers and complete the  look with an embellished blazer and a tie. It will make you look trendy and will add a style statement to your personality.

Stylish tuxedo

Gone are the days of the classic traditional tuxedo suit. If you want to look bold and turn up the heat at the cocktail function, then all you have to do is play with patterns. Experiment with the style of your tuxedo blazer this wedding for a funkier and dramatic look. A word of caution -- don't experiment too much.