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GROOM FASHION TRENDS

UNIQUE STYLES FOR THE GROOM

Since a wedding day it is not only dedicated to the bride (even though she is considered the protagonist of the event) and because without the groom the wedding will not happen, it's high time we helped him with his styling. After all, he is the co-star of the wedding and he too must stand out. Therefore, Mr. Groom, take a look at our advice, because it is by paying attention to these little details that you will make a difference.
COUNTRY CHIC TOUCHES
Choose a jacket and shirt in shades of grey and blue for a more casual style, a boutonniere with dried flowers or herbs, tied with rope, a bow and floral handkerchief (preferable in the same colour palette), which create a chicer effect.

CUSTOM SEWN TO YOUR NEEDS
A custom-tailored suit is always a classy choice. For a more casual look with an Italian flair avoid the tie, leave a couple of buttons on your shirt unbuttoned, and wear brogues in cognac shades as well as the shades of your handkerchief.

SUSPENDERS
Why not? They offer countryside flair to your outfit. Combine them with the same colour of your trousers, a denim shirt and pin the boutonniere onto the suspenders.
PIN ON THE TIE
You may not be aware that they exist, but it’s a fact, pins can be included in the male outfit! This brooch tie adds a more vintage look to the groom’s whole look.

MIX 'N MATCH
No one would ever imagine that if you combine a tweed jacket with a floral tie the result would be so beautiful. But beware: make sure the boutonniere you choose suits the floral tie to avoid exaggeration.
 
INITIALS
Where no one expects it, such as the back of your leather suspenders, carve your initials and your wedding date. This is a detail that will pleasantly surprise the bride.
FAMILY HEIRLOOM
As brides wear something that is linked to their memories, something blue, something borrowed, etc., you can also pin something personal inside your jacket. For instance, it may be a pin with the pictures of your parents.

PLAID SHIRT 
With the right combination of colours the plaid shirt can be worn at a wedding, adding style to the groom’s appearance. Therefore, if you choose a black and white plaid shirt, combine it with a jacket in earthy colours, a green bow and boutonniere in corresponding colour palette.

PLAID SUIT
Dare to wear a plaid jacket and go for a ‘preppier’ look. Make sure your bow is in the same colours, so as not to be over the top. You can break the monotony of the plaid suit by applying a touch of colour on your boutonniere.
POLKA DOTS 
If you come under the ‘fashion freak’ category, you will not hesitate when it comes to wearing a polka dot costume.  Make sure the rest of your look is neutral.

BELT
To avoid looking like an ice-cream man…wear a dark-shaded belt with an ecru groom suit.

VEST
The vest is one of the most elegant accessories of the male wardrobe, which is also now used in female fashion. They are also the best canvas to show off your boutonniere.
SHOES 
In order to be innovative do not wear the monotonous grey shoes and choose a pair of shoes in marsala shades, which is very fashionable. The colour of your shoes will also match with the bride’s bouquet.

VELVET 
If the wedding will contain nostalgic, romantic touches of the past, then choose to wear a blue velvet jacket and a plaid vest with patterns in the same shades. Do not forget to wear a monochrome tie with an interesting pin and boutonniere. If you have a beard, then this outfit will soften and soothe your hard look.

GREEN 
Adding green touches (shirt, tie and plaid handkerchief) combined with a grey jacket, you will add a British preppy style to your look. And for a more elegant finish, do not forget to add a minimal pin to your tie.
 

WEDDING WITH BLUE HYDRANGEAS

Lovely décor and an impressive wedding cake.

A WEDDING IN CHIOS

With a romantic, lace wedding dress and olive trees as a bold element.

WINTER WEDDING

Maroon flowers and gold decorative details.

ROMANTIC & VINTAGE WEDDING

With lace on the wedding dress, the favours, and the wedding cake!