Today’s roundup is for boys, today we’ll talk about dressing up grooms. Choosing a wedding day look for a man is no less important than for a girl: the groom chooses the style to match the bride or the other groom, then debates on the colors, looks for shirts and some finishing touches that would show his personality and style.
Men need a shopping trip no less than girls do to see what colors they like, what fabrics they want and what style feels more comfortable and works best for the wedding theme. First up, decide on the style you are going for. Is it a relaxed vibe or a more formal affair? Then look at the colors – which work the best way for your appearance?
The Morning Suit
If your wedding is a more formal affair, look no further than a classic groom’s suit. The long-line, single-button jacket is cut away at the front to reveal the contrasting striped trousers. Finish the look properly with matching shoes and a coordinated buttonhole. Keep in mind that it should be perfectly tailored.
a blue morning suit with a white wasitcoat and grey trousers looks very elegant and formal though the colors add interest
groomsmen in black and grey striped morning suits with white roses for buttonholes
a black morning suit with striped pants and a navy polka dot tie is classics
morning wedding suit with a grey wasitcoat and a light yellow tie and buttonhole
a morning suit with a grey waistcoat and striped pants, red touches
The Three-Piece Suit
A three-piece suit looks no less stylish than morning suits. It’s a great way to add more layers, which is especially important to feel comfy during colder months. Wearing a waistcoat helps create the appearance of a V-shaped physique – no going to the gym needed! And you will look smart in it after taking off the jacket.
a cool navy three-piece suit with a polka dot burgundy tie is a win-win idea
light blue three-piece wedding suit with a white shirt and a blue tie
a marsala wedding suit with a thin striped tie and black shoes looks wow
a grey tweed suit with a burgundy tie is a chic neutral idea
a black three piece suit with a black tie is a classic idea that will suit many themes and styles
a black three-piece suit with a white shirt and a blue tie
bold blue three piece wedding suit with a blue bow tie and copper shoes
a brown tweed three piece suit with a bold tie is a nice idea for the fall and winter
The Single-Breasted Suit
A single-breast suit will never go out of style, so it’s a budget-savvy choice for those looking to get maximum wear out of their wedding tailoring – after the wedding you can wear it again. Besides, it’s very comfy to wear and nothing will hamper you. To keep it looking smart, pair it up with some well-polished shoes – black for a city wedding or dark brown if you’re headed to the country.
a navy single breast wedding suit with a white shirt, a green tie and copper shoes
a dark grey wedding suit with a white shirt, a black bow tie
cobalt blue wedding suit with a white shirt and a red tie for a contrasting look
burgundy wedding suit with a white shirt and a thin black tie
a creamy wedidng suit without a tie is an effortlessly chic and cool idea
a dusty blue wedding suit with a white shirt is a gorgeous and chic idea
a light grey wedding suit with a wide blue tie and a white shirt looks fresh
a neutral windowpane wedding suit with a blue shirt for a seaside wedding
The Dinner Jacket
A white dinner jacket is a gorgeous way to bring a new vibe to a chic black-tie wedding. If you’re looking to try something a little different from the wedding norm, this is your choice, and many celebrities rocking such a jacket have proven that it’s really chic. If it’s a step too far, an elegant black dinner jacket will add a luxe touch to your look. If you are ready for trendy solutions, try a blue or emerald velvet dinner jacket.
a dapper groom in a white dinner jacket for a chic and elegant look
Ryan Gosling rocking an ivory dinner jacket and navy tuxedo pants
a black dinner jacket is super elegant classics
emerald velvet dinner jacket is a very trendy choice