All About The Boys

The Groom is often neglected in the midst of the wedding planning and let’s face it, some grooms may be perfectly happy with that! One area that should never be neglected is your beloved grooms’ attire on your wedding day. There are lots and lots of ways in making sure he is perfectly groomed (!!), feels comfortable and that his overall look reflects his personality.

Mr. Dapper

We love this look at WeddingDates HQ! A lightly patterned shirt, plain dark blue jacket and a striking tie to bring it all together. Who wouldn’t swoon to this sexy look?


Mr. Rustic

Mr. Rustic fits a beautifully rustic styled wedding incorporating a more outdoorsy, natural look, yet still remaining smart. Tweeds, waistcoats, dickey bows, corduroy trousers, berries and wildflowers in the boutonnières can all be part of this look. This is a more relaxed look that needs to work with your complete wedding style.


Mr Black Tie

Need we say more? If it’s good enough for George Clooney! For sheer masculine elegance it is hard to look further than a black tuxedo. Black tie worn by the groom, best man and groomsmen makes for an incredibly dashing bridal party. Black tie weddings are often more popular in winter so we will expect to see an increase in these as the winter creeps in. Not all boys will be comfortable with this look (we love it!) so do make sure that your groom is happy!


Mr. Casual

The groom has to be comfortable on the day of your wedding. There are ways to achieve this and one of these may be making his attire a little more casual than you first imagined.
Consider a coordinated jacket and trousers, rather than a suit. A dickey bow instead of a tie? Converse or more casual softer shoes ? Braces? Roll up the sleeves or, dare we say it… leave the top button open? Have fun with the look!

PHOTO: Clayton Austin


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