Tasva Wedding Dresses & Accessories: The Perfect Choice for Your Special Day

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We are TASVA — TAT (that) and SVA (me/mine), denoting all that is me, all that is mine. As we forge a new way of bringing bespoke design to the world of Indian menswear, you'll get to witness smart, stylish and subtle ensembles that speak to the confident, contemporary Indian man. With the dream of creating a trusted, ethnic wear brand, Aditya Birla and Retail Ltd (ABFRL), a division of the reputed Aditya Birla Group and ace designer Tarun Tahiliani, collaborated to set up TASVA, in 2021. We offer the Indian men of today, ethnic wear that is crafted to the last detail to suit their modern aesthetic and their pursuit for comfortable, non-fuss clothes, for special occasions and everyday use, alike. 

Tasva Wedding Dresses:

White Textured Sherwani With Aari Embroidery:


This Tasva White Textured Sherwani with Aari embroidery is the finest example of neat craftsmanship and great design. This sherwani for a groom is a play of whites, with the fabric for the sherwani embellished with Aari Embroidery. Reminiscent of the grandeur of a designer extravaganza, your wedding will have an abundance of picturesque moments. Wear this classic sherwani with tonal aligarhi bottoms and add on a stole and jewellery in gold.

Hand Embroidered Zari Jacquard Sherwani:

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This Tasva Hand Embroiidered Zari Jacquard Sherwani is an excellent option for the bashful yet fashionable gentleman. It does not scream for attention but makes its presence felt with understated elegance. The jacquard sherwani has an embroidered collar in a dense and intricate pattern combining french knots and zari work. The ivory dhoti bottoms are a pleasing contrast to the light colour palette.

Sherwani Highlighted With Zardosi Work:

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It is no longer the bride's prerogative to wear some bling, and this wedding sherwani for grooms is a twist on a classic men's sherwani. The Sherwani highlighted with zardosi work has embroidery, with Zardosi, Resham and Mirror work; the placement brings the design together tastefully. All can be beautifully complemented by the embroidered kurta and matching dhoti. The style has a sleek band collar and concealed placket to highlight the beauty of the embroidery. You can wear this ensemble to coordinate with your bridal party and create everlasting memories.

Red Brocade Bandhgala:

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If you're one who likes getting noticed, then this bright maroon bandhgala in brocade fabric is sure to get you all the attention you want. Decorated with metallic buttons and featuring a pocket with zardozi embroidery, the piece is to be paired with black narrow trousers. Finish off the look with a pair of formal leather moccasins, and you're good to go.

Jacquard Textured Kurta Set:

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There's nothing as classic as a pure, pristine outfit to stand out in the crowd. Do that with our kurta in jacquard fabric. Featuring self-texturing all over, the piece is embroidered in threadwork on the neckline, cuff, as well as the collar. Wear it with a pair of matching ivory-coloured churidar pants and gold brocade moccasins.

Dark Green Brocade Achkan:

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Be the centre of attention in this forest green brocade achkan with a metallic finish. Adorned with gold metallic buttons, the achkan can be paired with a contrasting light brown silk kurta and matching pants. Finish the look with a black satin pocket square and put on a pair of loafers for the perfect evening look.  

Yellow Top Stitch Bundi:

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If you're a fan of keeping it simple, our bright yellow bundi in poly brocade is just the right choice for you. This plain silhouette is elevated with a top stitch thread and gold edging on the collar and hem. It is also decorated with gold metallic buttons to give a hint of sheen. Complement the look with an off-white kurta and churidar set, adding a pair of brocade shoes for a bit of drama.

Brocade Embroidered Mojari:

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An elegant pair of Tasva shoes never goes unnoticed, especially when it's designed well. Just like these ivory brocade embroidered mojaris.

Embroidered Sehra With Drop Beads:

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The perfect choice for a Tasva sehra for any outfit should be this versatile gold piece that is embroidered on the top and features hanging beads as drops.

Embroidered Flower Two Tone Beaded String Sehra:

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Take cues for a dainty, yet noticeable festive accessory for grooms from this two-toned beaded-string Tasva sehra with a gold and bead-embroidered centre flower

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