Posted by admin on July 10, 2012
As they always say, it’s the “Bride’s Day” and she gets undivided attention once she walks down the aisle. Not wanting to sound like a voice of discrimination but it’s supposed to be a team.
The focus of attention should be given as well to a groom. The groom must also be given the kind of attention in a wedding day. In order for this to happen, perhaps the groom must also be equally conscious of his looks and what he wears.
One gets to notice that in most wedding scenarios the groom prefers to wear a colored suit or tuxedo. Be it the color of black, blue, grey, white, etc. Admittedly, it makes the groom look smart and somewhat sophisticated.
However, does the attire look appropriate and comfortable considering that the country is of the tropical kind of climate? I can just imagine the heat and the sweat the individual is experiencing at that moment.
On an occasion such as a wedding day the groom must look cool, comfortable, formal and smart and so it is just right to come up with a perfect wear to attract the deserved attention of the crowd.
In a Philippine setting, the best attire for the groom to complement the bride’s realm of wedding gown is no other than the Barong Tagalog. It is the country’s male formal dress as it portrays the individual’s nationalism also. Just perfect for the groom.
The textures of the Barong Tagalog are made of banana fiber or pineapple fiber featuring hand embroidered designs. A Barong will look good on a groom when it is matched with a dark colored pant.
As they are made of thin fabric and material it is therefore cool and just appropriate in a warm temperature. Even foreign nationals wear it as it is appropriate to our climate.
Needless to say, a groom wearing the Barong Tagalog shows the individual’s nationalistic character. Donning it boasts of a rich and ancient craft, hence an élan and a legacy as it is worn.
Wearing a national formal dress nothing can go wrong with the groom.