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Wedding Dress Codes for Men

It took almost two years, but weddings are back, baby. And though they might not look a whole lot like the ones you’re used to going to (wearing masks and getting Covid checks are now standard), there are still a few fundamental features that’ve largely stayed the same. Primary among them: the dreaded dress code. If you’ve ever spent the better part of an afternoon puzzling over a meaningless mishmash of terms and trying to figure out what in the hell everyone else will be wearing to Anna and Drew’s Western-themed wedding, you’re not alone.

It’s high time we put an end to the confusion, once and for all. It’s all fun and games until you’re served with an invite that calls for, like, “Creative black tie, but make it rugged!” and you have no idea what in the hell you’re actually supposed to wear.

So we rounded up a list of the most common wedding dress codes you’re apt to encounter and then consulted with etiquette expert Myka Meier to break down what each one typically entails. Because if you’re being asked to celebrate one of the last truly good things on this godforsaken planet, the least you can do is come correct. Here’s how.

White Tie

Level of formality: Very high. White tie is the most formal dress code.

Definition: Quite literally, it means you’ll be wearing a white tie.

The suit: An evening tailcoat and trousers. Think of it like a tuxedo, but even fancier.

The accessories: The bow tie, vest, and wing-collar shirt should all be white. You’ll need studs and cufflinks, too. As for shoes, they should be patent leather. (Yes, patent leather.)

Tasmanian Dress Suit

A dress suit with a tail as old as time. 

English Satin Point Bow Tie

I mean, this goes without saying. 

Brodie Oxford Shoes

Shiny shoes to light up the dance floor. 

Black Tie

Level of formality: High.

Definition: Black tie means a tuxedo.

The Suit: A tuxedo. Read the situation in terms of what you can get away with here. The no-fail option: A classic black peak lapel number. Shawl collars, color variations, and stylistic details can either represent a welcome swerve (like on a red carpet) or look wildly out of place (like at a very traditional wedding). And, as always, you can never go wrong with black.

The Accessories: Black tie is most commonly a tuxedo worn with a bow tie, although some will opt for a straight necktie (though we don’t necessarily recommend it). Your shirt should have French cuffs, which you can wear with cufflinks, but only true sticklers will give you a hard time about a barrel cuff. Studs for your shirt, unless you go ultra-sleek and opt for a fully covered placket. You have the option of a pocket square (go with white, naturally), plus a waistcoat or cummerbund. Shoes should should be dark and polished, and worn with black dress socks.

Slim-Fit Tuxedo

You’ll be the boss of the ball room or any fancy shindig with this virgin wool tuxedo by, well, Boss. 

Bow Tie & Cummerbund Set

No black-tie fit is complete without this essential duo.

Formal Button-Down Shirt

From the French cuffs to the black stud buttons to the sleek fit, this Eton shirt is as good as it gets. 

Black Tie Optional

Level of Formality: Still pretty high.

Definition: You have the option of black tie, or the option of another (as formal as possible) suit.

The Suit: If you’re going for it with a black tie-level tuxedo, follow the rules for black tie, but know that you can get away with just a bit more, like the Gos-god is here. If you’re opting not to tux up (price is usually a factor here), stick to the most formal suit you have in a dark color. Black, navy, or gray works here—the darker the better.

The Accessories: As simple and polished as you can keep ’em. Bear in mind there will be people in black tie even if you’re not, and you’ll want to feel as appropriately dressed as possible.

Navy Havana Tuxedo

The folks at Suitsupply will never do you wrong. 

Poplin Tuxedo Shirt

A sleek, ruffled, baby-blue shirt for would-be Gos-gods.  

Solid Color Cotton Pocket Square

A pocket square to match your poplin shirt. 

Semiformal

Level of Formality: Medium-high.

Definition: You’re not wearing a tux, but you are wearing a suit and tie.

The Suit: This really depends on the location and time of year. If it’s semiformal during the colder months, you’ll see darker colors and heavier fabrics. If it’s spring or summer and/or held outside, you’ll likely see less black and more light grays and beige. But the suit should match, and you should still be wearing a collared shirt.

The Accessories: You should be wearing a tie here too. If you’re a hard no on the tie, at least use a pocket square to up the suit’s formality. Also, make sure to match your belt with your shoes, though if your suit trousers fit, skipping the belt altogether is always a play.

Tonal Stripe Tailored Fit Double-Breasted Suit

A nifty double-breasted Italian suit made by English gents. 

Jacquard Tie

Mix and match your striped double-breasted suit with subtly patterned jacquard tie by another English gent. 

Chelsea Boot

Take cues from Golding and pair your blue suit with boots that do it up brown.

Cocktail

Level of Formality: Medium-high.

Definition: Cocktail dress was invented to fill the space between casual daywear and formal eveningwear. So wear a suit, but have some fun with it—within reason.

The Suit: Your suit should have a looser definition here. You could mix and match the pieces, like proper trousers with a different color blazer. Depending on the venue, colored pants might be a fun option too—but don’t go too bright. In general, cocktail means darker colors. And you still need to wear a collared shirt.

The Accessories: You don’t necessarily need a tie here. A blazer with a pocket square is a good alternative. You can definitely play around a bit with color, both in the outfit itself and in your accessories. (But remember: don’t go too bright!) As for shoes, you could do a lace-up or maybe even a polished a loafer. Stay away from sneakers, though. Even dressy ones are still too casual for cocktail.

Ludlow Classic-Fit Suit Jacket

J. Crew’s Ludlow has been making the rounds in offices for decades, so rest assured that this tried-and-true style will work for formal affairs, too. 

Ludlow Classic-Fit Suit Pant

Cop the matching pants, too. 

Jordaan Bit Loafer

Horse-bit loafers are now a dime a dozen, but the OG is this guy right here. 

Beach Formal

Level of Formality: Medium-high.

Definition: If you see the word “formal” in a dress code, it means you’re wearing a suit and tie.

The Suit: Always remember, the darker the suit the more formal it is. For a beach wedding, lighter-colored suiting in summer-ready fabrics like linen are ideal.

The Accessories: You should wear a tie or a pocket square. In terms of footwear, keep in mind you might be walking near sand and water. Of course, that’s no excuse to wear sandals or anything else you wouldn’t otherwise rock to a formal event. Shoes you can wear sockless are good option here.

Italian Stretch Cotton Suit

Bend it like Beckham with this lightweight cotton suit. 

Vintage Stripe Poplin Dress Shirt

A spiffy retro-inspired shirt by the biggest names in American menswear. 

Classic Silk Tie

When it comes to classics, it’s pretty hard to beat Charvet.

Dressy Casual

Level of Formality: Medium.

Definition: “Dressy” is a hint that shorts and sneakers are still not okay. Yes, even if they’re “dressy” shorts and sneakers.

The Suit: It doesn’t necessarily have to be a suit, actually. You could opt for trousers or nice chinos below and a crewneck with a blazer, or just a button-down, on top. “Could” is the operative word here. If it’s dressy, a jacket—or a suit with some personality—is generally the best move.

The Accessories: Tie strictly not required. But be wary of wearing the wrong shoes here. You might think your “dressy sneakers” are perfect. The couple might not. But if you know for sure they’re the type of folks who’d definitely approve? Go for it, dude.

Black Double-Breasted Belted Blazer

All the personality you need to attract attention in the best way possible. 

Black Regular-Fit Suit Trousers

And of course you need the matching trousers. 

18k Gold Mask Pendant with Emerald and White Diamonds

When it comes to “dressy,” a little bit of bling goes a long way. 

Casual

Level of Formality: Semi-low.

Definition: Casual at a wedding does not mean the same thing as casual on your own time. Don’t wear shorts.

The Suit: You can get away with a more relaxed outfit here, but it needs to look polished—you’re still at a wedding, after all. You could wear some well-fitting dark denim (sans rips, please) and a button-down. You could wear a pair of crisp khakis, a T-shirt or polo, and a sportcoat. There’s a lot of options, but you should look like you have your shit together.

The Accessories: Keep your footwear fairly refined. You can finally break out those streamlined sneakers, or opt for nice loafers. No running shoes or anything where “distressed” might be a descriptor.

Standard-Fit Wool Blazer

“Standard,” in this instance, being a very good thing.

Slim-Fit Performance Jean

A fantastic pair of dark jeans that will last you well beyond a wedding ceremony.  

Napa Leather Edge Mono Lo-Top Sneakers

Made from Italian napa leather, Good Man Brand’s low-tops most certainly have edge, and are not only good, but great. 

Nonstandard

Level of Formality: Depends.

Code names: “Disco fantasy chic.” “Gallery opening.”

What they mean: Lean on the hosts to give you some sort of guidance here. If you’re the host, include a line about what you’re expecting (“Cowboy hats and boots welcome,” or, “Linen for days”). If you’re the guest, don’t be afraid to ask. When in doubt, always go dressier. Another tip: Check out information on the venue. Seeing how formal (or not) the place is can help guide your decisions.

The Suit: If the invite’s ambiguous, dress a little more formally. It’s much better to go with a suit and tie—pieces you can ditch pretty easily—than to not have the option at all.

The Accessories: Accessories might be extra welcome at this sort of wedding, maybe in the form of the aforementioned hat or boots. Use your discretion.

Abstract-Print Single-Breasted Suit

This printed suited will make you the life of the party. 

1460 Bex Smooth Leather Platform Boots

This classic boot is pretty unconventional, but that’s the whole point.  

Black Tie

Combat boots and a printed suit is a lot of look, so keep your tie clean and simple. 

Other Helpful Tips

The Tie: If you’re going to wear a tie, this is not the time for novelty prints or loud patterns. You don’t want to be remembered as “The Tie Guy.”

The Dress Shirt: When in doubt, go with white. Also, make sure the fabric isn’t too thin (your undershirt shouldn’t be visible) and there isn’t any yellowing under the arms. You might think people won’t notice. They will.

The Cufflinks: Cufflinks are seen as more formal, so, fittingly, you’re generally going to want to wear them for the most formal dress codes. If you plan on wearing cufflinks, make sure you’re buying a French cuff shirt—otherwise, you won’t have anywhere to put them.

The Pocket Square: There is no right or wrong way to fold your pocket square. You just want to see a bit of the fold coming out, and not in a way that looks messy.

The Must-Know Etiquette: For your suit jacket: Unbutton the top button when you sit down, and button it when you stand back up. Never button the bottom button. And as for when it’s appropriate to take your jacket or blazer off? Not until the most senior person at the shindig takes off theirs, too.

Silk Pre-Tied Bow Tie

A bow tie that takes away all the fuss. 

Lava Square Cuff Links

To round out a look, it’s really all in the wrist. 

Dot Diamond Silk Pocket Square

When it comes to formal fetes, it’s always hip to be square. 

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Avidan Grossman is the Style eCommerce Editor at Esquire, covering men’s fashion, shoes, grooming, and accessories.

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The Complete Guide for 2021

Sure, robo-stylists are already picking out wedding attire for men. But you don’t have to surrender to the machines just yet. Choosing men’s wedding attire isn’t that complicated—we’ll show you how.

As a groom, set your sights on a wedding outfit men will admire and photographers will… well, want to photograph. As a wedding guest, the stakes aren’t quire as high, though it’s a safe bet that any photograph you’re in will be publicly shared in a matter of minutes. Learning what to wear to a wedding can save men precious minutes they would otherwise spend untagging themselves.

Whether you’re trying to choose wedding attire for groom or groomsmen, or you need some tips on the right men’s wedding guest attire, we can guide you in the right direction.

 

 

Need a shortcut for choosing wedding attire? Check out the chart above. While it’s not definitive, this chart won’t steer you wrong either. Choose your destiny, then read on to learn about the subtleties of selecting wedding attire.

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Men’s Wedding Attire by Dress Code
Men’s Wedding Attire by Season
Men’s Wedding Attire by Location
Men’s Wedding Attire by Time of Day
Men’s Wedding Attire by Theme


Men’s Wedding Attire by Dress Code

Many couples set expectations by choosing a dress code for wedding guests (usually on the invitation). While some codes are clear, other wedding dress code options leave a lot up to individual interpretation. Don’t let a wedding dress code scare you into your go-to polo shirt. Instead, let us bring you up to speed about what each code means for your wedding attire.

BLACK TIE WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

What It Means
This is a formal, specific dress code, so stick to the list: black bow tie, black tuxedo, white tux shirt. Bright colors are a no-go, as are neckties, but there are several other ways you can set yourself apart. Try a tuxedo shirt with a fold-down collar for a modern look, and take the opportunity to accessorize in small ways. Add a pocket square, suspenders, or button studs to your outfit. Black tie wedding attire for men is all about low-key personalization.

What to Wear
Black tuxedo
Black bow tie
White tuxedo shirt
Cufflinks
Button studs (optional)
Pocket square (optional, in black and white)
Black patent leather shoes
Suspenders (optional)

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BLACK TIE OPTIONAL WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

What It Means
The black tie in “Black Tie Optional” isn’t as optional as it sounds. Basically, this dress code lets wedding guests off the hook if they absolutely cannot wear a tuxedo. In that case, a dark suit and tie would be acceptable black tie optional wedding attire for men, but wear a tux if you can. You can dress it down, though—try a black satin necktie or a black and white bow tie in a pattern. You can even mix it up with a tux in midnight blue.

What to Wear
Black or midnight blue tuxedo
Black and white satin bow tie or necktie
White tuxedo shirt or dress shirt
Cufflinks
Pocket square (optional)
Black patent leather shoes

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CREATIVE BLACK TIE WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

What It Means
This code keeps the wedding formal, but eases up on all the “rules.” A tuxedo will fit in nicely with Creative Black Tie, but you can branch out a little, too. Dinner jackets are a good choice, and both neckties and bow ties are welcome in patterns or low-key colors. If you opt for a suit instead, just make sure you dress it up to keep up with the “black tie” part of the code.

What to Wear
Dinner jacket tuxedo
White tuxedo shirt or dress shirt
Cufflinks
Pocket square
Patent leather shoes or velvet loafers

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COCKTAIL WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

What It Means
Imagine your work is business casual, but you’re going out for the evening and can’t stop home to change your outfit first. Cocktail attire is that happy medium dress code that covers all bases. If that’s too vague, just make sure your outfit shows a little more personality than your office 9 to 5 go-to.

What to Wear
Navy or blue suit
Solid color dress shirt
Necktie or bow tie (patterns optional)
Tie clip (optional)
Cufflinks
Pocket square
Black or brown leather shoes

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CASUAL WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

What It Means
While printing the word “casual” on a wedding invitation is risky, it’s your job (as an adult human) to know better than to wear shorts, denim, or a (gasp) t-shirt to a wedding. Casual wedding attire for men requires dress slacks and a blazer at minimum, but a suit and dress shirt will definitely check the boxes. Your look should mesh appropriately in a relaxed atmosphere while respecting the momentous event of a wedding.

What to Wear
Suit (anything but black)
Dress shirt (solids or patterns)
Necktie (optional but recommended)
Pocket Square
Brown suede shoes
Cufflinks (optional)
Suede belt (optional)

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WHITE TIE WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

What It Means
First of all, who are you? If you’re invited to—or participating in—an event requiring white tie wedding attire, you’re kind of a big deal. This is the most formal dress code, which means tails on the jacket, and possibly a monocle on the eye (just kidding… sort of).

What to Wear
Black tailcoat
White bow tie
Wing tip tuxedo shirt
Button studs
Waistcoat (a sort of vest with lapels)
Black tuxedo pants
Black patent leather shoes

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NO DRESS CODE

What It Means
Wow, so much trust here. You want to dress well, but use caution if you’re a guest—you don’t want to outshine the wedding party. Obviously a tuxedo could be overdoing it, so aim somewhere between a casual and cocktail attire dress code outfit.

What to Wear
Charcoal or navy suit
White or solid color dress shirt
Patterned necktie, bow tie, or no tie
White pocket square
Cufflinks
Brown leather shoes

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Men’s Wedding Attire by Season

If you don’t have a dress code to work from, you can take cues from the season and work those vibes into your wedding attire in subtle ways.

FALL WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

We all love bundling up in the fall, but on any given day, this season could serve up temps from 48° to 84°. The key to fall wedding suits (or tuxedos) is layering. Wear a vest that you can easily lose if it gets too warm. If the dress code is casual, let the colors of the season play into your outfit. Choose a pocket square and tie in complementary colors, and find a nice pair of brown leather or suede shoes.

What to Wear:
Navy Suit and Vest
White Dress Shirt
Black Watch Tartan Bow Tie
White Linen Shoestring Pocket Square
Brown Suede Belt
Brown Suede Shoes

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WINTER WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

We’re not totally sure there’s still such a thing as “winter” (#climatechange) we do have some seasonal recommendations for your look. Many winter weddings are formal, and velvet and corduroy are warm textures that remain low-key when you’re wearing black and white.

What to Wear:
Corduroy Jacket Tuxedo
White Dress Shirt
Menzies Tartan Bow Tie
White Pocket Square
Black and White Cufflinks
Grosgrain Loafers

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SPRING WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

Weather-wise, spring is a lot like fall, and depending on where the wedding is happening, it could be warm or chilly. If the forecast looks warm, add some color to your look with accessories, and wear a light colored suit. If it looks to be a colder day, try a grey or blue suit.

What to Wear:
Light Grey Suit
Pink Dress Shirt
Grey Cotton Necktie
Banana Leaf Pocket Square
Brown Belt
Brown Leather Shoes

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SUMMER WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

SPF does not stand for Suit Pants-Free. The summer heat means a light colored suit or a white dinner jacket to combat the rays. Also, try to add some texture to your outfit with accessories in chambray, linen, or seersucker, and feel free to skip the socks.

What to Wear:
Tan Suit
Blue Dress Shirt
Seersucker Necktie
Navy Plaid Linen Pocket Square
Brown Suede Shoes

Summer Wedding Attire Inspiration:

Need more inspiration for summer wedding attire? Check out our guide.

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Men’s Wedding Attire by Location

Some locations lend themselves to a very casual atmosphere. If all you have to go on is the location of the wedding, here are your best moves.

BEACH WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

If you’ve been to a beach wedding, you know it’s pretty much the Superbowl of tan or khaki suits. There’s nothing wrong with joining that crowd (although a tan suit at the beach might as well be camouflage), but if you want to do your own thing, consider a light grey or blue suit.

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CRUISE SHIP WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

Depending on the formality of the wedding, a cruise ship wedding is the perfect opportunity to bust out a white dinner jacket. The ivory jacket was actually invented for use in tropical climates, where, we’ve heard, cruise ships tend to sail. But even if you’re on one of those Alaskan cruises, a white dinner jacket will stand out at a black tie optional cruise ship wedding. If the dress code is more relaxed, watch the weather and dress accordingly: Lighter suit colors for warm weather, darker suit colors for cool weather.

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MOUNTAIN TOP WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

You probably won’t feel like you’re climbing Everest—unless you’re actually climbing Everest (how romantic/dangerous!)—but it’s going to be colder in high altitudes than it is at the base of the mountain. Even if the dress code isn’t tux-level formal, you’ll want to stick to dark colors, and a 3-piece suit isn’t a bad move for some extra warmth. And add a tie with an appropriately rugged texture to your look.

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GARDEN WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

The obvious move here is a floral tie with a light colored suit, but try to find a tie with a subtle floral pattern—if such a thing exists. Otherwise, a not-too-dark suit in grey or blue is a good base to work from, and those suit colors will complement almost any accessory or tie you can throw at them.

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Men’s Wedding Attire by Time of Day

Time is on your side when you’re choosing wedding attire. If you know when the wedding starts (and you probably will if you’re attending), you can dress accordingly.

DAYTIME WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

Wearing a black tux at a daytime wedding is risky, as the black fabric will soak up the sun’s heat. That’s not to say a tuxedo is completely off-limits for daytime wedding attire, but the later in the afternoon the better when it comes to a tux. If the wedding is earlier in the day, a lighter colored suit is a safe, smart bet.

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NIGHTTIME WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

Night time is the right time for a dark suit and tie. Night time is also the right time for greasy after-hours snacks, but let’s focus on your outfit. If you’re the groom, or you know the couple’s style, a tuxedo might even be a safe option, but a charcoal or navy suit is always a good choice for evening wedding attire.

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Men’s Wedding Attire by Theme

If you’re new to weddings, there’s a surprisingly wide array of wedding themes that are actually incorporated into real weddings every single weekend of the year. As you’ll see, we covered the most popular wedding themes here, but there are so many different ways a couple could go. At the very least, use this primer as a pattern for identifying ways to use a wedding’s theme to choose your wedding attire.

RUSTIC WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

Is it required that the couple planning a rustic wedding have a passionate love of wood (and ideally, each other). What does that have to do with your outfit? It tells you that it’d be a good move to incorporate varying textures, like a wool necktie, or a simple plaid linen bow tie . It’d also be wise to opt for a darker suit if you’re a guest—tan is a popular suit color for the wedding party at rustic weddings. Besides, a charcoal or navy suit will let those brass cufflinks (that you should wear) shine. This is also the perfect time for a 3-piece suit, so don’t forget the vest.

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NAUTICAL WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

There are a few guidelines here, including a strict policy against using phrases like “Land, ho!” and “Ahoy, matey!” and “Shiver me timbers”—okay, so maybe that’s more pirate than nautical, but we understand each other. Instead, let your clothes do the talking. Work some stripes into your outfit, and make sure to build your look from the colors navy, blue, and white. But if you were thinking about wearing boat shoes with a suit? Well, you’d be better off tossing those in the stokehold (#BoatJokes).

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VINTAGE WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

Wrangling the chaos of an upscale vintage flea market into an orderly, coordinated event takes a lot of careful consideration. It won’t take nearly as much effort to put together a look that honors the aesthetic of the day. Vintage weddings invite color and pattern in ways very traditional weddings do not. This is also the right time to bust out unique accessories, like your grandfather’s cufflinks or a funky boutonniere lapel pin. Have fun, but think of your outfit like an old turntable console: Play your favorites, but don’t play them too loud.

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HOLIDAY WEDDING ATTIRE FOR MEN

Holiday weddings work best when they include subtle reminders of the day’s festive motifs, and the same goes for your outfit. Holidays like Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s and Valentine’s Day should inform your look, but don’t go full Santa suit. I repeat, do not go full Santa suit. Don’t even go Santa beard you… lucky, beard-growing machine.

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What Men Should Wear To Weddings As A Guest

Dressing for a wedding as a guest is often a hard subject especially for men. While ladies have endless options, men will mostly have to do with suits. Thankfully, suits have evolved with time and today, you can always find the right suit for any kind of wedding occasion.

Still, you don’t want to overdress and outdo the bride or groom. At the same time, you don’t want to underdress and create no impression. So, where does that leave you? To help you figure this out, we’ve created the guide below.

The Occasion

The theme of the wedding is important in deciding what to wear. If it’s a summer wedding, a beach wedding, a destination wedding, a church wedding or a small intimate affair, the type of wedding will determine the dress code.

Let’s face it, if the wedding is based on a beach at hot climates; you’re not going to want to wear full suit, shirt and tie to match. You’re going to want to go for something a bit more lightweight, such as brushed cotton or linen and really dress down the look as much as you can.

Find out in advance the type of wedding it is and the type of dress code they expect. There’s nothing worse than turning up to a wedding wearing something you shouldn’t be.

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As a wedding guest, a suit is your go to piece of clothing. It’s the first thing you should consider, and it’s the most important part of the look. While at it, you should keep it simple but stylish, and then build the rest of your look around it. If you don’t get the suit right, the rest of your outfit takes a nosedive. That said, what are your options?

White Tie

This is an extremely formal and the fanciest dress code for a wedding. You are required to wear a tuxedo with tails, a white waistcoat, a bow tie and black shoes. You can even go ahead and wear white gloves.

Black Tie

This is usually meant for evening weddings, usually after 5:00pm. It is a notch lower from the White Tie; you are required to wear a tuxedo with a bow tie and black leather shoes. In some weddings, you might be expected to wear a white dinner jacket in summer.

Pro tip; If the dress code is indicated as black tie optional or formal, then this means that you can opt to wear a tuxedo or a dark suit and tie.

Cocktail Attire

A cocktail attire falls somewhere just below the formality of a black tie and a step up of a business suit. It calls for a dark suit, probably navy or charcoal and a tie. Sometimes, a broken suit may also do as long as you look chic. Some ceremonies may find dark jeans paired with a blazer acceptable but if you are not sure, keep off jeans.

Morning Suit

The dress code is synonymous with a traditional or royal wedding. The dress code is called for in weddings starting before 4:00pm. It requires a black or grey tailcoat, waist coat, striped trousers, collar shirt, black shoes and an optional hat.

Smart Casual

This simply calls for a flexible formal look. It is one of the most common dress codes. That said, it can stress you out as there are no laid down rules as to how you can pull off the look. There’s no need to panic though; think of it as a way of looking classy without all the rules of the other formal looks.

It can be as simple as combining a basic suit with a colourful formal shirt, stylish cufflinks and pocket square. While a tie is not necessary, you can put on a colourful one too. Finish off the look with loafers or brogues and you are good to go.

Casual

Casual outfit is for an informal wedding. While you won’t be expected to show up in jeans and a T-shirt, you can go as casual as chino trousers, dress or suit trousers with a button-down shirt and brown shoes. With the shoes, you can do brogues, boat shoes or loafers.

Wedding at the Beach

Beach weddings call you to dress down by default; comfort becomes your main goal especially if you are a little bit more on the sweaty side. While a beach environment is casual in every sense, you’ll want to look like you are attending a wedding and not taking a holiday stroll. This calls for attention to detail.

If the dress code is Beach formal, it may require a summer suit where a tie is optional. Linen trousers and a button down shirt will also do. The latter will also do for a Beach Casual or you can do a polo shirt. Keep off shorts unless they are indicated as an option. Alternatively, you can roll up your trousers into shorts if need be instead of showing up in shorts only to find out that you are the only one.

As for colours, keep them light and avoid white unless requested otherwise. Go with beige, pastel, and lighter shades of khaki or tan.

When it comes down to the shoes, you have several options; you can wear flip flops, slides, or go barefoot if you are allowed. Other appropriate ones may include boat shoes, loafers, or sneakers.

Winter/ Summer Wedding

The above dress codes apply for both summer and winter weddings. The only difference between what you wear for either is material. During winter, the temperatures may keep changing and you may find yourself freezing cold if you don’t plan ahead.

For a winter wedding, your best bet is choosing heavier suit materials. You would want to keep off cotton and linen and instead go for tweed, wool, flannel or corduroy.

For additional warmth, opt for full lining, double-breast or a three-piece option. You will also need an overcoat and it’s likely that you spend a good amount of time in it. Choose brown, black or charcoal, colours which are perfect over any suit.

A summer wedding will do with lightweight fabrics such as cotton, linen, cashmere, Velvet, and silk.

Choosing a Shirt

The shirt that you choose should be determined by the kind of wedding ceremony or the dress code. For a formal one, whites, pale pink, pastels or light blue go with most suits. That said, they don’t have to be plain or boring; go for good quality, textured  materials like herringbone or twill and keep off plains ones like poplin and poly.

For a casual ceremony, you can play with some colour and patterns but still, keep them subtle. If you are confused about what to wear, you will never go wrong with good quality whites.

Do you Need Cufflinks?

Besides fastening your cuffs, cufflink add a decorative detail to your look. While they are common with white and black tie outfits, there is no limit to what other outfits you can pair them with. If you don’t wear cufflinks to work, a wedding is the perfect opportunity to try them.

What about Pocket Square?

A pocket square gives your outfit an interesting finishing touch. Whether you choose to match or synchronize it with your tie, shirt or suit or take a different route altogether is up to you. Being a small piece of your look, it gives you plenty of room to experiment with.

Choosing a Tie

For some weddings, a tie is not necessary but for those that require one, you would like one that’s a notch higher than your work tie but still keep it modest. For a grey suit, you can pair it up with a pale or paisley tie while brighter and bolder ones would look great on a navy suit. Casual dress codes would allow more colours, patterns and even checks as long as you don’t clash tones or choose daring colours that draw unnecessary attention.

Tips For a Perfect Suit Experience

Having the right outfit laid out is not enough to give you the perfect look if you don’t observe some suit etiquette during acquisition, fitting and wearing of your suit. Some commonly ignored but very important rules when it comes to wearing suits include:

  • Ensure that your suit fits; if you buy it ready-made, you can have it altered such that it doesn’t scrunch onto your body or loosely hang.
  • The stitching on the vents and pockets is meant to be removed immediately you bring your suit home.
  • Match your belt to your shoes and any other leather that you are wearing e.g. your watch.
  • Always leave the bottom button of your coat unfastened and ensure you unbutton your suit whenever you are getting seated.
  • Your shirt cuffs should reach your wrist and be half an inch longer than your coat sleeves.
  • Don’t use excess accessories; if you already have a tie and a pocket square, adding other things such as a lapel pin, scarf, and tie bar is overdoing it.
  • Bulging pockets do nothing to flatter your look; that said, keep your wallet, car keys, phone and other things off your trousers’ pockets.
  • When buying a shirt, ensure that you can button it all the way without chocking; you shouldn’t leave the button at the top open.

The Take Away

When someone invites you to their wedding as a guest, the best you can do is at least make an effort to look good. This doesn’t imply being the centre of attention though; all the attention should be channelled towards the bride and groom.

That said, if a dress code is called for, try your best to adhere to it. If it is not, you can find out from the couple what they expect in terms of dressing or use clues such as the location, season, and time of the day to figure out.

Should you find yourself left to your own devices; a suit will never let you down. Go for a dark suit, maybe charcoal or navy blue and tie; you are better off taking off the coat and tie than coming without to find out that you needed them. At all costs, stay clear of the overly casual clothes like shorts, t-shirts, sandals and jeans

Another great resource bringing up the ideas of what to wear to a wedding 

Wedding Dress Codes for Men | What to Wear | Men’s Suits

Wedding Dress Codes for Men | What to Wear | Men’s Suits | GAZMAN

 

 

How to Wear Green

Green is an extremely versatile and flattering colour. When wearing bright green, try to keep your other clothing items simple so that it is a feature colour of the outfit. Dark greens such as khaki and olive are great hues when you are wanting to ease into wearing more colour. Greens can easily be worn together to create a neutral look try pairing a green top with dark green pants for an easy look.

 

 

 

How to Wear Blue

Crank up the colour this season with a bold blue. Blue is a core colour that features in all our GAZMAN ranges thanks to its versatility and popularity. Wearing blue is an easy way to inject colour into your outfitting, pair with any neutral as well as darker colours, and even other shades of blue. With a huge array of blue hues available, we are sure you will find one that suits your wardrobe.

 

 

How to Wear Checks 

A check shirt should be featured in every man’s wardrobe. A GAZMAN staple, the check shirt is extremely versatile and easy to outfit. Small checks have a more formal style while large checks that are widespread can be outfitted more casually. When outfitting a check shirt that features bold colours, try to keep your pants or shorts neutral so that your outfit looks neat. A check shirt that is a less confronting way to add colour to your outfit and might be a great start for you to add some pop this spring.

 

 

How to Wear Stripes 

Wearing a stripe can make for a smooth transition into wearing colour. Whether it be a thin stripe on a button-up or a bold nautical stripe on a polo, this classic pattern offers timeless styling and easy outfitting. The thickness and colour combination of the stripe will determine the formality of the look. Large striped patterns in block colours can have a more casual look while thin lines will be more formal. 

 

 

Adding a pop of colour will not only look great this spring but hopefully lift your confidence. It is the perfect time to get excited as the weather warms up and start having fun and experimenting with some fresh new styles and colours. This season’s mint greens, bold blues, and soft pinks will sure have you looking vibrant.

 

Explore the GAZMAN Spring Menswear Collection now.

 

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Whether it is a garden, country, beach or winery wedding, there is usually a dress code to go with it. We have taken the guesswork out and put together the perfect outfit for each dress code so you can sit back and relax, while toasting the happy couple in comfort and style.

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Upgrade 1: Replace tired and worn-out basics

It’s time to say goodbye to the old t-shirts, the faded shorts and the stretched polo shirts you’ve been wearing all year. We’re confident you’ll agree that not much beats the confidence that comes with wearing a brand-new outfit.

Whether you like to keep things simple with classic tones such as white and navy, or bright splashes of colour, we’ve got a range of men’s wardrobe essentials that will inject life back into your outfit. Stock up on the basics that you’ll be wearing more often, such as shorts and t-shirts, and don’t be afraid to throw in a colourful new shirt for those smart-casual events or dinners out.

 

 

Upgrade 2: Add a splash of colour

Why not experiment with colour this season? An easy way to conquer colour with confidence is to choose one hero colour, such as pink, and anchor it with dark navy shorts or chinos. If you prefer to wear a bright coloured pair of shorts, make sure you pair it with a plain top in white, blue or navy. Check out our colour combinations below for outfit inspiration.

 

 

Upgrade 3: Invest in summer fabrics

Dressing on hot days can be a challenge, so we’ve created a range of lightweight, breathable pure linen  shirts that will keep you comfortable from day to night. In a broad range of colours and cuts, our men’s  linen shirts are easy to match with shorts, chinos or jeans depending on what your day requires. For a casual approach consider wearing your linen with beach shorts or a tee for a comfortable, coastal look.

 

Shop men’s summer clothing here

 

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When packing shirts for your summer holiday there are a few things you need to consider depending on the weather at your destination and your outfit needs. Here are our top tips for selecting the best shirts to travel with.

1.      Natural fibres

Staying cool is a top priority during summer and it becomes especially important when you are on your feet all day sightseeing. Consider natural fibres such as linen and cotton for keeping cool and dry. Linen shirts are especially good for absorbing moisture and drying quickly, plus it moves heat away from your body.

 

2.      Sleeve Length

If you are visiting a tropical climate, you may want to consider bringing along some long sleeve shirt options for both sun protection and keeping mosquitos and bugs at bay. You can always roll up the sleeves if you’re feeling overheated.

If you’re staying out of the sun, we think hot days are best enjoyed in a short sleeve shirt that allows air the to circulate. Why not add some personality to your look with a printed shirt.

 

3.      Crease-resistance

Don’t waste time ironing on your holiday. Look for shirts that are labelled easy-care or made from seersucker cotton. Seersucker shirts are woven so that they can simply be washed, hung up to dry and worn straight away – no need to iron.

Our shirts are finished with a treatment that makes them easy to iron and staying crease-free for longer. Make sure you hang your shirts as soon as you arrive at your accommodation, so some of the creases will drop out naturally and you’ll have even less to worry about.

 

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Linen shirts are (yet again) an excellent choice for your holiday as they dry quickly after washing. Make sure you put them straight on a hanger and do up the top button to help keep the collar shape. If you have a balcony at your accommodation, a gentle breeze will accelerate the drying process and you’ll be out the door in no time.

We’re confident that our range of comfortable, stylish and functional shirts will be the perfect fit for your summer holiday. If you don’t have anything booked and you’re looking for inspiration, check out our guide to the top 5 beaches in Australia.

 

 

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Wedding Dress Codes for Men: What to Wear Every Time

By Taylor Davies | Last Updated: Jun 13 2019

Want to know how to decipher wedding dress codes for men and check out some stylish outfit inspiration? Style Girlfriend’s on the dress code case!

Last summer I attended the wedding of an old roommate down in Memphis, Tennessee. The theme was “Summertime Fly.” It was one of those things where, even if you knew the couple, you were still kind of like… “Wait, what does that mean, exactly?” My girlfriends and I eventually agreed that printed cocktail dresses were perfect for the ladies in attendance—but I drew a blank when trying to imagine what the guys would wear.

Turns out that most guys’ interpretation of Summertime Fly was…a navy suit and brown lace-up shoes.

Classic? Sure. But “fly?” Not exactly.

They blended together like the sea of businessmen I battle each morning in Midtown Manhattan. That is—all except one. A friend of the groom wore a beautiful washed teal linen suit, white shirt, and no tie. Full disclosure, I may or may not have had a crush on him years ago, but believe me when I say, he looked incredible.

I told him as much, and, well, he was a little smug about it. But that’s not the point.

The point, you guys, is that he embraced the unique wedding dress code, and here, a year later, I can still picture his head-to-toe look perfectly. Don’t you want to look this memorably stylish at all your summer weddings? I bet you do.

By now, you’re familiar with wedding dress codes as a concept, but adhering to them?

That can still be a challenge.

I would even wager a guess that unless it’s black tie, you’re probably recycling the same couple suits over and over again. While that may be economical—it’s not very fun!

Luckily for you and just in time for wedding high season, we’ve put together a stylish, inspiring guide for what to wear to all the nuptials on your calendar this year. From a backyard barbecue that just happens to include a marriage ceremony to a lavish destination wedding on some far-off shore, we promise you’ll look amazing. (Just please, don’t be smug about it.)

Below, wedding dress codes for men…decoded:

Wedding Dress Code: CASUAL

AKA, YOUR COUSIN’S BACKYARD DAYTIME WEDDING

I really hope this isn’t the first time you’re hearing this, but casual wedding dress codes for men don’t mean you can wear jeans. Or—hoo boy—shorts. You cannot. But you can absolutely wear your favorite pair of nice chinos or lightweight dress pants. AND you can leave the blazer (and socks!) at home.

This is a special occasion, remember, so even if you’re simply headed to your cousin’s backyard where your uncle’s flipping burgers for dinner, you still want to honor the bride and groom with a snappy look.

A slim, great fitting polo is definitely an option, but since you come here for *opinions* not options, I’m going to strongly recommend a printed shirt. Like the short-sleeved Riviera from Bonobos or a button-front shirt with the sleeves rolled up!

You’ll look cool and fun, but not like you’re trying too hard. And again, just as a reminder, this is a wedding—so tuck your shirt in!

Odds are you’ll be the best-dressed guest no matter what, but why not really drive the point home with your finishing touches: a woven leather belt and some suede espadrille smoking slippers. They’re the perfect (not to mention ridiculously comfortable) shoes for dancing the night away with your adorable nieces under strings of twinkly lights.

Bottom line?

A casual dress code doesn’t mean you don’t have to try. You should still want to look stylish, cool, and put-together. So iron you shirt, trim your beard and be the dopest goddamn version of “casual” you possibly can be.

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Wedding Dress Code: COCKTAIL OR SEMI-FORMAL

AKA… MOST OF THE WEDDINGS YOU’RE GOING TO THIS SUMMER

There’s something about seeing the words “cocktail attire” printed on gorgeous, expensive paper that makes me salivate slightly. Maybe it’s because I’m imagining that first crisp sip of a Negroni at sunset, or maybe I’m imagining all the handsome dudes on the dance floor in their favorite dark suit, wondering if one of them will dab my forehead with their pocket square later.

Cocktail attire follows a lot of the same guidelines as a formal dress code, but you can be a bit more playful with your details. A dark suit is definitely the move, and I love the particular navy shade of this Bonobos Jettsetter suit, that’s just slightly more saturated and vibrant than a typical navy, and for that reason, looks beaucoup plus expensive than its $500 price point. (That’s French for “a lot,” guys.)

From there, take a few liberties with shirt styles! Think subtle prints like swiss dot and mini-gingham—which pair nicely with on-trend floral ties and your most whimsical pocket squares.

You want the overall effect of your kit to be dressy, but not rigid. That’s why, as a finishing touch, you could swap out your go-to lace-up dress shoes for a really nice pair of leather tassel loafers! Slick, right?

If mixing prints makes you nervous, remember that it’s all about balancing proportions and tying colors together. And hopefully it goes without saying, but none of the prints should be the same. In the lewk above, peep that tiny navy swiss dot print on the shirt with a lavender seersucker pocket square, and a floral tie with elements of navy, purple and white.

Bottom line?

Cocktail attire is like the Negroni itself: Sleek and sophisticated with a refreshing twist. Avoid the urge to dress like you do for the office and kick your favorite suit up a notch with playful, fashion-forward details.

Wedding Dress Code: BEACH FORMAL

AKA: YOUR BOUGIE COLLEGE ROOMMATE’S INTIMATE DESTINATION WEDDING

Formal always means a suit, even at the beach. (Sorry Bermuda shorts, you’re not welcome at this party.) So, opt for one that’s really lightweight and airy, and if you’re itching to branch out from your tried-and-true navy, I encourage you to explore the summery range of beige, light grey, sky blue, pale pink or even off-white. It could even be mint green if that’s what you’re into!

A simple, ultra-crisp white shirt in linen or cotton will keep you in the “safe zone” of looking formal, but if, for example, this beach happens to be in the Virgin Islands and not Martha’s Vineyard, feel free to get a bit creative with a punchy print.

Only nerds wear socks to beach weddings, so embrace this opportunity to rock a pair of suede loafers or woven slippers with some exposed ankle. A light sandy suede or natural leather will go nicely with any of the above suit colors.

For accessories, keep your location in mind. A caribbean or Hawaiian destination wedding is your moment for tropical florals and palm prints on your tie or pocket square. For a coastal wedding in Washington or Maine, on the other hand, think stripes and gingham and tiny, subtle florals.

Again, I know it’s “the beach,” but, reflective lens sunglasses ring a bit “over” to me in the Year of Our Lord 2018.

Instead, try a colored, semi-transparent lens in blue or green as a fun alternative to your typical dark grey or black.

Bottom line?

Love your beach wedding look the way you love the beach. Embrace the breeze. Embrace the tropical vibes. And don’t make a big to-do out of getting sand in your loafers, nerd!

*A note: It’s up to you to judge based on the bride and groom’s vibe, but for beach weddings you can usually opt out of wearing a tie. Leave the top button of your shirt undone and accessorize with just a pocket square.

Wedding Dress Code: FESTIVE ATTIRE

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Oh boy, right? “Festive” makes for a fun party, but when it comes to decoding the wedding dress codes for men? These invites are not without their challenges.

First of all, yes, it’s slightly vague. Second, it can be intimidating if you’re not a typically adventurous dresser. For the uninitiated, “festive” is basically the same as a “cocktail” dress code, but the hosts encourage a dash of whimsy. What does that mean? The bride and groom want you to get creative!

Of course, you can approach your festive wedding guest look a few different ways. You can dress up a classic suit with a bold printed shirt and pocket square. You could wear a traditional wedding look with statement-making shoes in a fun color. Or, you can deconstruct a suit and try mismatched separates with a cool print and a pop of color or two.

What? That sounds crazy and maybe kind of hard to pull off? Let me explain.

First, I’ve singled out one of my favorite menswear pieces of all time—the ivory blazer. It’s the more casual, comfortable version of a black tie dinner jacket. To avoid looking like a cater-waiter, wear it with linen dress trousers in a tonal shade of khaki. Keep it funky with a totally unexpected patterned shirt (here’s a few of our faves).

For finishing touches, you’ll have to judge by the venue and the time of the wedding how formal to go. A more relaxed setting and a 3 p.m. ceremony means you could probably go sans tie and wear a cool pair of leather sneakers (like these pink bad boys!). For a festive wedding after five, opt for your dressy loafers or lace-ups—but no matter what don’t forget your no-show socks.

It’s summer, after all! Ankles out!

Bottom line?

Don’t miss this chance to be truly creative with your ‘fit. As long as the foundation of your look is solid, you can take all kinds of fun “fashion risks” that really aren’t that risky. The big print. The ivory jacket. Those fresh sneakers you still store in their box…

Wedding Dress Code: EVENING FORMAL OR BLACK TIE-OPTIONAL

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To me (and most women, let’s be honest), there are few things more attractive than a man done up in full black tie regalia.

That perfectly draped shawl collar, that single-button defining your silhouette, a daring tuxedo stripe that draws the eye down to a perfect break above your dressiest shoes. Oh, and that gorgeous midnight blue hue that brings out your eyes. Sorry, let me just wipe the drool off my chin… What were we talking about? Oh right, wedding guest dress codes!

Obviously, if the invite indicates “black tie optional,” you don’t have to wear a tuxedo. But if you have one (or are in the market to invest), why not take advantage of this rare opportunity to get really, really dressed up?

If it wasn’t clear above, I stan hard for midnight blue tuxedos as opposed to classic black. They’re just a bit more modern plus, they photograph really well. (#Trust)

For summer (and, ahem, fall and spring) weddings, a velvet slipper makes for a dapper alternative to classic black lace-up dress shoes. Those Del Toros are top-of-the-line, but if you shop around, you can definitely find more affordable options out there.

As far as finishing touches, a bow tie is required with a tuxedo—so pick one that’s formal without being too stuffy—like a nice swiss dot print!

Oh, and do we need to mention that you should learn to tie a bow tie? If you haven’t already? Because you should, and a black tie wedding is a great excuse…

And finally, a simple white pocket square is fine, of course, but why do that when you could really splash out with something bold like a Gucci pocket square covered in bees?

Bottom line?

We so rarely get to truly dress up these days, so why not do it really, really right. A tuxedo is the pinnacle of masculine elegance, and honestly, when was the last time you felt elegant anyway?

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Tips on decoding wedding dress codes for men

When your next invite arrives in the mail, take a cue from my teal suit-wearing former crush. Your role as a wedding guest is the perfect moment to see an opportunity where others see just another night in that go-to suit.

Don’t get me wrong—I love your go-to suit. You love your go-to suit. But testing the proverbial waters by changing it up with, say, a bright, bold printed shirt or (cough, cough) a gorgeous ivory blazer, could be the difference between a good look and a great one.

Plus, the stylish impression you make may just be burned forever on the brain of a cute girl who once had a crush on you. Win-win!

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10 Winter Dresses For Man For Every Wedding Occasion

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Winter weddings mean lots and lots of layering for all the guests, be it, males and females. While female guests find beautiful shawls and warmer wedding outfits to wear, men often find themselves in a dilemma to decide how to stay warm and yet be stylish at the wedding.

We have been scouting for the trendiest winter dresses for a man of the season and have compiled something special for you. This list consists of winter dresses for man as worn by Indian celebrities, presented on the runway by ace designers and some real grooms posing for the cameras at their own weddings as well.

Meaning, that our list will be able to fill-up wardrobes of the groom, the groomsmen and other male guests of the wedding with the most stylish of winter dresses for man available this season. Check them out.

Bandhgala With Belt

Image Courtesy: Ayushmann Khurrana’s Instagram

The hybrid winter dresses for man are catchy and are guaranteed trendsetters at any wedding. Speaking about Ayushmann Khurrana’s attire here, then this kurta with churidar pants and a belted Nehru jacket can be termed as a suave OOTD style.

An amalgamation of ethnic Nehru jacket style accessorised with an attached Karate belt is a brilliant and unique concept that will surely ante up your wedding style manifolds! Don’t forget to wear white sneakers with this Bandhgala with belt attire to the wedding

Bandhgala Safari Suit

Manyavar, Karol Bagh

Safari Suits can be considered as more like a traditional attire that men in Northern India have been known to wear at wedding functions since decades now. Safari suits are evergreen and so is the style. Which is why the designers can be often spotted redefining the style quotient of a Safari suit by customising the trend into their own signature style.

Take this Bandhgala Safari suit as an example in ink blue tones and touched with the hues of gold, making it perfect wear as one of the winter dresses for a man at any wedding. Don’t forget the colourful pocket square that adds more colour definition to the look.

Brocade Blazer

Image Courtesy: Ranveer Singh’s Instagram

Look like a million-dollar star that you deserve to dress-up as at your wedding by adorning a brocade blazer just like Ranveer Singh here is posing in. Such radiant winter dresses for man define the style of the wearer that a regular tuxedo might miss out on.

In order to balance out this shining brocade blazer with rest of the attire, pick up the remaining parts of the three-piece suit in darker hues of the same colour with a neutral shirt in solids of black or white. A bow-tie in similar print fashion and polished black or tanned blue Derby shoes will add on well as the complementing accessories.

Sherwani With Palazzo Skirt

Rohit Bal

Mughal inspired winter dresses for man are a favourite of many menswear designers of India. The biggest promoter of this theme is designer Rohit Bal, who is known to re-create the attires of Mughal royalties in modern stitches.

Such winter dresses for man are best stitched in Velvet fabrics with thread or Zari embroidery, depending on how heavy the wearer would prefer the ensemble to look like.

Let’s call palazzo skirt pants the highlight of this look as they not only upgrade the style limits of menswear but also adds more drama to the attire that a regular pant-suit cannot. We call it a perfect wear for the wedding or Sangeet night.

Velvet Bandhgala Jacket With Jodhpuris

Rohit Bal

There is so much experimentation that can be done with a Bandhgala jacket. We say that you sit with your regular tailor and discuss how a unique style of Bandhgala jacket can be stitched for your own wear.

A well-fitted velvet Bandhgala jacket is perfect to be worn for cold night functions of the wedding. Match the jacket with a pair of warm Jodhpuris for a more sophisticated look. From the accessories department, you can pick a royal brooch to go on the breast-pocket.

Brocade Sherwani

Tarun Tahiliani, Vasant Kunj

We have seen grooms-to-be adorning a red and gold Sherwani for their wedding, but haven’t we all seen it way too much? Which is why we suggest that you ante up the Sherwani style and bring to it a twist of colours and maybe embellishment of prints to create an entirely new style of Sherwani for the wedding.

A shining brocade Sherwani with a complementing shawl, secured with a belt around the waist and matching Jootis will set style goals for many!

Double Breasted Waistcoat And Printed Blazer

Zero Gravity

If brocade and velvet seem like too much of attention-seeking shimmers as winter dresses for man, then one can opt for a double-breasted waistcoat and printed blazer as a toned-down option.

Opt for a print that is micro and muted in colour tones, balancing out the minimalism theme of the overall look. Such waistcoat and blazer sets look much elegant when paired in similar hues of the same shade. For a dapper look, match this apparel combo with a beautiful lapel pin and a pair of Oxford shoes.

Plum Tuxedo

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Wearing black tuxedo suits as winter dresses for man has become a pretty common sight. So in case you are inclined towards wearing a tuxedo suit for the upcoming wedding, then you should avoid getting a black & white combination. Instead, add monochromes in other darker colours to a well-fitted tuxedo suit.

You can opt for a plum hued tuxedo like this one, or go for similar shades like merlot, royal blue, tanned military or event a burnt orange shade.

Printed Jacket With T-shirt

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Keep it casual but keep it stylish by pairing a glossy printed jacket with a plain tee from your wardrobe basics. This look goes very well with a pair of denim and is quite comfortable to wear for any pre-wedding function.

If you feel warm with all the dancing around at the party, you can take the jacket off and have fun in just the T and denim jeans for a comfortable yet party-ready appearance. With the on-going trend of wearing sneakers with a thick sole heel, you can invest in sporty wear that will add on to the casual party look, while keeping your feet comfortable for long hours.

Waistcoat With Tie

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If you are stuck between deciding whether you want formal or informal winter dresses for man, you can select a style trend that is semi-formal and pretty casual to be worn to a wedding party.

A crisp white shirt, vibrant tie of your choice and a waistcoat – pants combination in the same fabric will be a great way to attend your friend or relative’s wedding without feeling too formal or informal at the event. Matching belt, patent shoes and a wristwatch will be all that you need to complete this fun yet formal look!

All of these winter dresses for man have been listed keeping in mind that India receives varied winter temperatures during the season. Depending on the location of the winter wedding, you can judge the kind of winter dresses for a man that you would like to adorn. With these designs, you can also experiment with the kind of fabric that you pick, as different fabrics have different cold resisting qualities.

Once you are sorted with winter dresses for man from our list, you can proceed towards accessorising your looks with the help of different brooch pins, pearl necklaces, rings, earrings, hats, mufflers and the right pair of footwear.

If you have gotten inspired by these winter dresses for man and would like to explore more, then you can check out the menswear designers listed on our panel for more.

Wedding Salon “Bride” in Vladimir

It is not so easy to buy an inexpensive and worthy wedding dress in Vladimir . For more than 20 years, the Bride and Groom wedding salon has been helping to choose the perfect outfits for the happiest day in your life! Wedding salon in Vladimir “Bride and Groom” guarantees you high quality of each product, a wide range of sizes and silhouettes. Our happy wedding dresses are light and comfortable. During the wedding day, they will not rub the skin, squeeze with a corset and will not become crumpled from any contact.In our bridal shop, even a budget-priced dress will be a modern and fashionable model of excellent quality.
In addition to a huge selection of dresses for the bride in our store, you can buy wedding men’s suit for the groom and the necessary accessories to it. To choose a wedding suit for the groom, two and three-piece suits, tuxedos, shirts, trousers, bow ties, ties and much more are presented.
In addition to a wide range of which you can partially familiarize yourself with on our official website, wedding salon “Bride and Groom” in Vladimir has such an advantage as a convenient location.Our wedding salon is located 2 minutes from the Golden Gate, and the Assumption Cathedral at the address – Vladimir, st. Gagarin 2B .
Choosing a wedding dress or a man’s suit will be a pleasant experience for you!

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How to combine the colors of the bride and groom’s outfits

Do you dream that your couple will look really bright and memorable at the wedding ceremony? To achieve this effect, the groom’s suit must be in perfect harmony with the bride’s dress.In the previous article, we talked about the main types of men’s wedding suits, now let’s pay attention to the color combination of outfits.

If the bride chose a white dress, then there are practically no restrictions in the choice of the color of the wedding man’s suit. All types of classic “masculine” colors are perfectly combined with white: suits in black, blue, brown and gray. For maximum harmony of your outfits, it is best to opt for a traditional white men’s shirt, but you can choose a tie according to your taste.

For a wedding dress in champagne, creme brulee, ivory, etc. usually choose a suit in brown or beige. If a man prefers black or blue colors, you can emphasize a light beige shirt – it will adequately emphasize the unity of your couple’s images.

If your choice fell on a wedding dress in light pink, pale blue, lavender, mint or other pastel shades, the groom should choose a shirt or tie of the same color.In this case, you can choose both light and dark suits, the main thing is that the shade is organically combined with the bride’s dress.

If you make a bold choice in favor of a dress of red, blue, purple or another bright color, this does not mean that the color of the groom’s suit should repeat it, it is quite enough to choose a tie of the same shade, complement it with a bright scarf in a breast pocket or a boutonniere with a bright flower. The tone of the dress can also duplicate other accessories, such as suspenders or a sash.

Boutonniere is a wedding decoration in the form of a small flower bouquet, which is attached to a man’s jacket or vest. Most often, a boutonniere is a miniature copy of the bride’s bouquet. Nowadays, custom-made decorations made of natural flowers are especially popular, but you can also use a ready-made boutonniere with artificial flowers. This graceful accessory makes it possible to stylistically link the images of the bride and groom. As mentioned above, the boutonniere can be replaced by a scarf in the breast pocket, in harmony with the tie and the color of the wedding dress.It is worth stopping your choice on one thing to avoid the visual overload of your outfits, otherwise they will look tasteless.

Whichever outfit you choose, do not forget to complement your looks with happy smiles.

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MOSCOW, September 12 – RIA Novosti. Russian TV presenter Yulia Baranovskaya posted on Instagram a photo in a wedding dress, which intrigued subscribers, who immediately began to assume that she was preparing for marriage.

“Soon,” wrote the ex-wife of footballer Andrei Arshavin.

There is still no information about whether Baranovskaya is really preparing for the wedding or whether this is an image for a fashion performance, but her subscribers have already written hundreds of congratulations.

“The intrigue is good,” Arshavin must be pulling his hair that he lost such a woman. Happiness to you, beauty! “,” Beauty! The dress is very stylish! “,” Hurray! Wedding! “- users commented on the publication on Instagram.

Yulia Baranovskaya was married to footballer Andrei Arshavin from 2004 to 2013, until he left for another, leaving her with three children – Artem (2005), Yana (2008) and Arsenia (2012).

Now she, together with Alexander Gordon, hosts the show “Male / Female” on Channel One.

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Choosing a wedding suit for the groom

The groom’s suit requires no less responsible approach than the bride’s dress. High requirements are imposed on him: the suit must be of high quality, beautiful, emphasize the figure of the groom and be combined with the bride’s dress.The ideal option would be a tailored suit on the figure. However, you can buy it at a specialty store and hem it a little if required.

How to choose a suit for the groom: common options

  • Classic three-piece suit (two-piece) . The familiar classic does not mean at all that the groom’s suit will look ordinary and boring. And even more so, it should not resemble a prom suit. Despite the triviality and hackneyedness, the classic outfit of the groom can be made very stylish and elegant.To do this, you need to choose a suit according to your figure, choose only high-quality fabric, appropriate for the season, a shirt to match and a vest (you can contrast). A boutonniere and shoes will complete the look.
  • Tuxedo. Luxurious outfit of English gentlemen. Almost every man would like to feel like James Bond. If the bride’s image is as conservative and sophisticated as possible, a tuxedo and a bow tie will do just fine. It differs from the classic suit in the open chest. The lapel collar adds chic to the look.
  • Tailcoat. Formal and very romantic outfit. Perfect for a delicate European-style wedding. As you know, the tailcoat has long coats at the back, as well as a jacket that is pointed at the front. In such an outfit, the groom will feel gorgeous. However, the tailcoat will sit beautifully only on a slender figure. In addition to the tailcoat, you can wear a bow tie or a bright neckerchief, as well as a light contrasting vest.
  • Custom suit. For brave men, a bright custom suit in green, yellow, blue or even red will suit.It does not have to be a “clown outfit”, as is commonly believed by the people. Such a suit can be successfully beaten, supplemented with accessories. If the bride is in a suitably bright (or white with bright details) dress, the couple will look very harmonious.
  • Thematic costume. Usually, lovers of themed weddings do not think long about how to choose a suit for the groom. The outfits are made to order, depending on the chosen theme. For a medieval wedding, this is a duke’s outfit, for a wedding in the style of Alice in Wonderland, a bright suit and even a hat.It remains to choose the color and fabric.
  • Shirt + pants. A light outfit for a summer wedding. A beautiful shirt and light trousers are perfect for a modest wedding without frills. At the same time, the bride should also be dressed modestly, simply and elegantly. If desired, the image of the groom can be supplemented with an interesting butterfly.

How to match the groom’s suit to the bride’s dress: recommendations

When men hear that the groom’s suit and the bride’s dress should be combined, they imagine identical outfits of the same color, style, or the classic “bride in white, groom in black.”However, for the harmony of outfits, you can choose completely different options.

Usually, the bride chooses a dress for herself first, and then the groom buys a suit. This is not intended for nothing. Girls are changeable natures, they can dream of a fluffy dress, and then go to the store and buy a tight retro dress. Therefore, it is easier for the groom to choose the details in accordance with the bride’s dress.

Of course, the bride should be the most beautiful, but nevertheless, one must take into account the taste of the groom, because it is for him that the future wife most often tries.If the groom doesn’t like fluffy dresses that look like a meringue cake, find a compromise, buy something simpler. Then the groom’s taste regarding his suit will most likely coincide with the chosen dress.

Almost any costume color can be combined with a white dress: black, gray, blue, etc. Just remember that it is undesirable to combine a completely white bride’s dress with a cream-colored costume. Then the dress will look dazzlingly white, and the suit will look yellow.

Accessories can also match: the color of the bride’s belt and the groom’s tie, the color of the bride’s bouquet and the groom’s pocket square, even the pattern and color of the lace on the dress can be combined with any detail of the suit.The groom’s boutonniere should also be in harmony with the bride’s bouquet and flowers in her hair.

With themed weddings, everything is clear: costumes should be from the same era, one fairy tale or one novel.

The style of attire of the newlyweds should not vary greatly. So, for example, the groom cannot put on a solemn tailcoat if the bride has chosen a short, simple white dress. Or you shouldn’t wear a simple shirt and trousers if the bride is wearing lush lace and wearing a crown on her head.

What color suit should the groom have: possible options

  • Black or gray. The classic color will suit any situation and almost any bride’s outfit. In the summer, grooms often prefer lighter shades, but this is not the only option. A light gray or steel color will look good in the hot season too.
  • White . There are a lot of opinions and prejudices about the white groom’s suit. They say that only the bride should be wearing white. However, the white color looks solemn, bright and will allow the groom to stand out from the rest of the guests.If the bride agrees on this day to be not the only one in a white outfit, there is no other reason to refuse this color.
  • Crème brulee color . The groom’s suit of any shade with yellowness (crème brulee, champagne, ivory, beige) will go well only with a similar shade of the bride’s dress. A white dress will yellow the suit.
  • Red. A bold and striking option for those who like to attract attention. With similar red accessories on the bride’s dress, such a suit will look very interesting and elegant.
  • Blue, yellow, green . Bright, juicy colors can be perfectly beaten with details, a boutonniere and a bouquet.
  • Multi-colored version. Stylish grooms will be happy to stand out on their wedding day by wearing a jacket and trousers of different colors. The main thing is that colors, fabrics and textures are combined with each other. For example, a white jacket and red trousers, a blue jacket and gray trousers, a black jacket and white trousers will look beautiful.

What color should the groom’s suit be: signs

Among the popular signs there are a lot of recommendations on what color the groom’s suit should or should not be.However, believe it or not, it’s up to the newlyweds themselves. It is worth remembering that there are no clear rules on how to choose a wedding suit for the groom. There are connoisseurs and critics for almost every color.

The classic black color of a suit is not associated with mourning in any way. Rather, on the contrary, black is a love marriage. But the white color of the suit promises the groom the life of a henpecked, which will bring him a lot of suffering. After all, only the bride should be in white.

Blue is the color of frivolity and infidelity.It is believed that the groom in blue will cheat on his wife. Green promises young people ridicule from friends and family about their marriage and relationships.

Gray does not bode well. However, it is believed that gray is the color of haste, which does not at all promise a bad and quick end.

The signs about the red suit are scary at all. According to popular belief, a groom dressed in the color of blood will not live long.

A blue suit means family quarrels over financial issues.Brown is characteristic of harsh men, which means that the wife’s life will not be sweet.

How to choose a men’s wedding suit for the groom: common mistakes

How to dress a groom is not as simple as it seems at first glance. What mistakes can you make?

  • The groom’s height is not taken into account . A tall man is the dream of many women, but dressing such a groom is not easy. A tall groom needs to sew a suit to order and not save on a seamstress, otherwise, with the usual proportions of trousers, he will look as if he is wearing clothes for his older brother and has already grown a little of them.At the same time, there should be no vertical lines on the fabric, and it is better to refuse a tie in favor of a bow tie. But for men of short stature, it is better to choose fitted and tight-fitting suits in light colors with vertical stripes.
  • White suit in winter. Men are not recommended to wear light-colored suits in winter, this is a sign of bad taste. If you really want to get married in white, choose a warmer day and better in spring or summer. This, of course, does not apply to the bride.She has the right to wear white at any time of the year and in any weather.
  • Out-of-shape suit. Do not buy a suit if you are wearing it “as if it were someone else’s shoulder.” When choosing a wedding suit, you should not save money. Sometimes it seems to men who do not have knowledge of how to choose the right suit for the groom that there is nothing wrong with the fact that the jacket is a little too big (you can get better), that the trousers are a little too long. But from the outside it looks cheap, like an outfit bought “for growth.” Here the bride must intervene and prevent such a mistake.
  • The sleeves are too long. In no film about special agents, you will not see a man in a jacket with sleeves to the middle of his fingers. It looks ridiculous and immediately strikes the eye. Even if the suit fits amazingly at the shoulders and waist, there shouldn’t be any long sleeves. The sleeve should slightly cover the wrist bone – this is the ideal length. The length of the sleeve of a jacket and a coat are not the same. A coat may have a longer sleeve.
  • Check or striped tie. Even the most elegant striped and checked tie is a work tie. It is not for special occasions. In wedding salons there is a large selection of elegant ties, you can choose any by asking the sales assistant for help if necessary.
  • Rhinestones and sequins on the suit. This applies to flamboyant and eccentric suitors. Concert costumes are out of place. A handsome man is a man in a strict, expensive suit, but not in sequins. This option is possible in some cases of themed weddings, but here it is important not to overdo it.
  • Short socks. Not everyone even refers to this detail as a costume. To keep your every day filled with a gorgeous mood, always watch amateur porn. Watch Russian homemade porn here, with which the site is loaded to the full, and then you will find the most interesting adventures from the lives of many couples. Amators will always appear naked in front of you and have sex frankly. But in such an important event as a wedding, there are no trifles. Someone (and most likely many) will definitely notice that you have lowered socks, over which you can see your leg.This fact can nullify all efforts to dress stylishly. The correct toe length is to mid-calf. They should not fall off and differ in color from trousers or shoes.
  • Pocket square and tie in the same fabric. Yes, all men’s salons sell such sets, but this does not mean that this is correct. According to experts, a tie and a pocket square should have common details: shades, patterns, but not be from the same fabric.

How to match the groom’s suit to the bride’s dress?

At a wedding, all eyes are on the bride, and the groom next to her looks harmonious and just as beautiful.But only if you managed to find the perfect wedding suits for the bride and groom. We will show you how to do this.

Color of the bride’s dress and the color of the groom’s suit

A wedding dress can be anything you like: red, black and even with a flower. And yet, most brides choose two classic colors: white and ivory (shades of champagne, ivory). To accurately determine the color, it is worth trying on all the options for the dress. It happens that on a model from a picture of a glossy magazine, an outfit looks amazing, and a completely different model sits on the bride.

The most important thing to remember: first choose a bride’s dress, and only then, after trying on, a suit for the future husband is chosen for it. The main thing is to please both tastes and make your wedding dreams come true.

If there are no purchase options, and you are at a loss with the question of how to choose the groom’s suit for the bride’s dress, contact experienced craftsmen for individual tailoring. Exclusive outfits will be sewn for you that will fit perfectly on the figure, and you can choose the shades of fabrics from a wide range of colors, and order your favorite fabrics.

Win-win dress and suit color combinations:

  • White dress – black, blue, gray suit.
  • Dress in ivory shade – beige, brown, dark pearl shade.
  • Colored dress (with stripes, geometric shapes, bright prints, etc.) – a one-color suit, under which a bright shirt to match the dress.

These are basic combinations. But it is worth considering not only the color of the suit, but also its shade – lighter or darker, the color of the accessories (for example, a well-chosen tie can completely transform the wardrobe).Therefore, feel free to deviate from traditions and choose such a groom’s suit for the bride’s wedding dress, which will really decorate his masculine image and emphasize her exquisite beauty.

Useful tips for the groom in choosing a suit:

  1. The bride is lucky and has a groom with wide shoulders, thin waist and narrow hips? Congratulations, he has a perfect figure. A fitted jacket or tuxedo, classic trousers with narrow legs will fit perfectly on such a figure.
  2. A short groom looks good in a straight-cut jacket. The optimal length is to mid-thigh. A thin strip will visually stretch the shape and make it taller.
  3. An elongated jacket is perfect for tall guys.
  4. Are you overweight? Then the fancy fitted jackets will not go to the groom. It is worth looking at the single-breasted, straight silhouette.

It is advisable to choose a monochromatic three-piece suit, it will visually correct the figure, make problem areas less noticeable.

For couples of contrasting complexion – a thin short groom and a large bride – you need to choose outfits especially carefully. The future wife will go to the A-line with compact shapes, and the groom – a loose fit of a suit in light colors, especially for the summer season.

A wedding dress with a fluffy skirt looks great on short girls, the groom’s suit should be more restrained and elegant.

Dress and suit according to the customs of the country

Ethnic weddings are very fashionable today.The costumes and dresses on them are made in a special authentic manner, national style. They are, of course, more expensive, especially if they are handmade to order. But the bride and groom in Ukrainian national costumes (or another country) always look harmonious. Our ancestors have already thought out both embroidery and color combinations for us. The newlyweds will only have to choose the most attractive option.

Read more about wedding dresses on our website, and you will find contacts of masters and salons in the thematic catalog.

Wedding dresses: how to match the groom’s suit and the bride’s dress

Do you dream that your couple will look really bright and memorable at the wedding ceremony? To achieve this effect, the groom’s suit must be in perfect harmony with the bride’s dress. In the previous article, we talked about the main types of men’s wedding suits, now let’s pay attention to the color combination of outfits.

If the bride chose a white dress, then there are practically no restrictions in the choice of the color of the wedding man’s suit.All types of classic “masculine” colors are perfectly combined with white: suits in black, blue, brown and gray. For maximum harmony of your outfits, it is best to opt for a traditional white men’s shirt, but you can choose a tie according to your taste.

For a wedding dress in champagne, creme brulee, ivory, etc. usually choose a suit in brown or beige. If a man prefers black or blue colors, you can emphasize a light beige shirt – it will adequately emphasize the unity of your couple’s images.

If your choice fell on a wedding dress in light pink, pale blue, lavender, mint or other pastel shades, the groom should choose a shirt or tie of the same color. In this case, you can choose both light and dark suits, the main thing is that the shade is organically combined with the bride’s dress.

If you make a bold choice in favor of a dress of red, blue, purple or another bright color, this does not mean that the color of the groom’s suit should repeat it, it is quite enough to choose a tie of the same shade, complement it with a bright scarf in a breast pocket or a boutonniere with a bright flower.The tone of the dress can also duplicate other accessories, such as suspenders or a sash.

Boutonniere is a wedding decoration in the form of a small flower bouquet, which is attached to a man’s jacket or vest. Most often, a boutonniere is a miniature copy of the bride’s bouquet. Nowadays, custom-made decorations made of natural flowers are especially popular, but you can also use a ready-made boutonniere with artificial flowers. This graceful accessory makes it possible to stylistically link the images of the bride and groom.As mentioned above, the boutonniere can be replaced by a scarf in the breast pocket, in harmony with the tie and the color of the wedding dress. It is worth stopping your choice on one thing to avoid the visual overload of your outfits, otherwise they will look tasteless.

Whichever outfit you choose, do not forget to complement your looks with happy smiles.

Bride and groom suits: creating a harmonious combination

Wedding day is special for every couple. On this day, the bride and groom want to look more beautiful than ever. Therefore, it is very important for them to choose images that will look harmonious together.

Wedding is a special day for every couple. This event is surrounded by a halo of romance and allows lovers to escape from the stream of gray everyday life for a few days into a serene fairy tale, where the bride and groom can feel like a prince and a princess and choose the most magnificent and solemn outfits.

Of course, on this day, the newlyweds should look like a harmonious couple, as a whole, so the question arises of how to properly combine the groom’s suit with the bride’s dress.

Varieties of the groom’s suit

When preparing for the wedding, it is recommended first of all to buy a dress for the bride, and only then to select a set suitable for this dress for the groom. How can it look and what varieties does it have?

Traditionally, there are four types of suits for the groom:

  1. Two-piece suit. Includes blazer and straight-leg trousers with ironed sleeves. The cut of the jacket can be straight or fitted, and the number of buttons can vary from 2 to 4.
  2. Three-piece suit. Has the same complete set as the deuce, with the addition of a vest.
  3. Tailcoat. Consists of trousers, a vest and an elongated jacket at the back.
  4. Tuxedo. The peculiarity of this suit is that the lapels of the jacket are sewn of silk fabric. Initially, this was done for convenient shaking off the ash from cigarettes – which is what the name of this model says.

The first two types are considered classic. They go well with any bride’s dress and will be appropriate in any setting – in a registry office, in a restaurant or even outdoors.Twos and threes are sewn from fabrics of any color and texture, shirts and ties of any color are acceptable. A three-piece suit looks more formal, however, compared to a two-piece suit, it is not very comfortable due to the presence of a vest, so if the wedding is held in the warm season and involves an active entertainment program, then it is better to choose a lighter option – a two-piece suit.

Tailcoat and tuxedo give the groom a solemnity. However, they are limited by the color scale: they themselves are sewn mainly in black and dark blue tones and require a white shirt or a matching jacket, as well as a bow tie instead of a tie.If desired, the jacket can be removed, then the image will still not lose its formality.

Do not forget that the selection of a suit for the groom should be approached taking into account the type of figure and color type (Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn), as well as the place where the celebration will take place – you should take into account the weather conditions and the situation, because on this important day comfort should be on a par with beauty.

Colors for two

One of the most important conditions for the selection of the bride and groom’s outfits is the combination of their colors.

Combinations with white dress

If the bride has a dress of traditional white color (without pastel shades), then neutral colors should be predominant in the groom’s set: white, black, shades of gray. Particular attention should be paid to the tone of white: it should not turn into pastel colors, since against the background of a snow-white bride’s dress, such a color will look faded and dirty.

For which elements of the suit are the most preferred colors? A white shirt will be a win-win option in all cases: the only exception is a single-color combination with a white jacket and trousers.Also an interesting option is a black shirt: you can wear it even under a black jacket and trousers, diluting it with light accessories, for example, a white tie, bow tie, scarf or a rosette.

What color to choose for trousers and jacket? If it is a tailcoat or a tuxedo, then only black and dark blue options are acceptable here. For twos and threes, you can choose any color scheme: black, gray, shades of brown.

Avoid beige, cream and other warm pastel colors (except for a cool shade of pink) in combination with the white dress of the bride.

For example, a combination of a gray suit, white shirt and black accessories would be a good multi-faceted look.

Combinations with a dress in pastel colors

Beige and champagne are the next most popular color schemes for bridesmaid dresses after white.

When choosing a shirt, stick to the same color and tone as the bride’s dress. Pastel tones require careful attention to themselves: if the tones for the dress and shirt are chosen incorrectly (the warmth of tone, brightness and shade depth are different), then this can visually degrade the image. For example, a brighter, lighter shirt can give the illusion that the bride’s dress is darker and more worn. In this regard, it is categorically not recommended to choose a white shirt for the groom: against its background, the bride’s pastel dress will look faded.

It is better to select accessories for such sets that do not contrast in tone.

Vivid and custom colors

Long gone are the days when newlyweds were given a choice of only neutral shades: now they can add colors to their triumph.

True, few couples risk drastically changing the colors of wedding suits: for example, taking a red dress for the bride. Most couples prefer to take a classic light dress for her, and for him – suits with variations of bright colors. For example, a white dress on the bride and a bright blue suit on the groom look stylish.

An interesting combination can be a colored ombre for a bride’s dress and a suit for the groom that matches the tone.

If the wedding takes place in the cold season, you can pick up bright outerwear over a classic wedding suit – it will look interesting and at the same time will not diminish the solemnity.

When choosing bright and non-standard suits for newlyweds, one should, as elsewhere, take into account color compatibility: cold or warm tones, color types. It is necessary to ensure that both the groom’s suit and the bride’s outfit have elements of the same colors.

Matching styles

When choosing a set for the bride and groom it is important to take into account not only the compatibility of colors, but also styles.

  • Classic two-piece suits and three-piece suits will suit any style of dress: classic ballroom, loose and loose, etc.;
  • tuxedo is perfect for dresses with an emphasized silhouette, including a year-dress;
  • tailcoat will look good with styles that have a fluffy skirt.

Fancy

Many couples prefer to have a wedding in unusual styles: ethno, beach, casual, etc.

For example, for a beach wedding, a light dress for the bride and a set of T-shirts and shorts for the groom would be a good option.

Special emphasis can be placed on footwear.For example, stay in traditional wedding suits, while replacing shoes with sneakers or other sports shoes:

Thus, the correct selection of images for the bride and groom will make the wedding day truly special and memorable, and wedding pictures will become a real work of art that will delight a married couple for many years to come.

Men’s suit for a wedding: 5 main rules 0+

Traditionally, a men’s wedding suit includes the following components: the suit itself, a shirt, a tie or its variations, cufflinks, a tie clip, a belt, shoes, a boutonniere or a pocket square.All this should ideally fit together, forming a complete composition.

Agree, the average man will be horrified by the prospect of choosing this kind of wardrobe on his own, especially if in ordinary life he rarely encounters the need to attend black tie events. Therefore, the bride often takes a personal part in the selection of a suit for her betrothed, and for this she needs to know about a number of existing rules for an ideal man’s suit for a wedding ceremony.

Rule No. 1. Material

The choice of suiting fabric should be influenced by a number of factors. First, the season. If you are planning to have a wedding in the cold season, then wool will be preferable, preferably one hundred percent. During a walk and photo session, you can supplement the suit with a vest made of the same material so as not to freeze. If the wedding takes place in the summer, then the material for the suit can be very different: linen, silk or fine wool of special dressing, the so-called cool wool.The preferred material for the lining of the suit is viscose, but you can limit yourself to cheaper options such as acetate or polyester.

A traditional men’s wedding suit suggests dark colors if the wedding event takes place in the winter, or shades of gray for the summer. But who said that a suit must be necessarily black, gray or navy blue? Drop the formalities, experiment with color! There is only one rule here: the color of the groom’s suit should be in harmony with the bride’s dress.That is, when choosing a blue suit, you need to make sure that there is some blue detail in the bride’s image, for example, a flower in her hair, a ribbon on a bouquet or jewelry.

In fact, men’s wedding fashion involves not only a standard two-piece suit, but also its multiple variations, the most famous of which are a tailcoat and a tuxedo. Tailcoat is a front-cropped jacket with long narrow folds in the back. A snow-white shirt with a stand-up collar with corners and single cuffs, fastened with cufflinks is a must-have addition to a tailcoat. A strict rule of a tailcoat – a tie is prohibited , and a bow tie, on the contrary, is obligatory. Trousers in this case should have two parallel stripes of silk along the outer side seams – the so-called double lace. This is how they differ from tuxedo pants.

As for the tuxedo, he also dresses only with a snow-white shirt, does not accept ties and requires special trousers with a wide silk belt – a sash.

Suits of the groom’s friends should match in style and style not only to the suit of the groom himself, but also to the dresses of the bridesmaids, with whom the groom’s friends, by the way, should match in number.The original style solution in this case will be boutonnieres – flowers inserted into the buttonhole – matching the color of the bridesmaids’ dresses. It turns out that the bridesmaids have the same dresses of different shades, and the friends of the groom, or as they are also called, the groomsmen, have boutonnieres in the same color scheme – everything is stylish and tasteful.

It’s no secret that the belt, shoes and watch strap should match in color, contrasting, but at the same time looking harmoniously with the main shade of the suit.Cufflinks and a tie clip should also be combined – in no case can they be made of metal of different colors. A very common wedding accessory is the aforementioned boutonniere. For the groom, it is usually white, matching the bride’s dress. If your betrothed does not accept this kind of accessories, considering them not masculine enough, you can limit yourself to a pocket handkerchief, preferably white. As for the tie, depending on which particular suit was chosen, it can be replaced with a bow tie or a scarf, but here you have to be careful not to turn the wedding suit into a casual outfit.

Here, in principle, are all the simple rules for a wedding man’s suit. It is not difficult to choose the perfect suit for your betrothed, the main thing is to spare no time for this, allocate a whole day to find the optimal option, approach the choice of a suit with all responsibility, and the result will exceed all expectations!

HOW TO MATCH A Groom’s suit to the bride’s dress?

At a wedding, all eyes are on the bride, and the groom next to her looks harmonious and just as beautiful. But only if you managed to find the perfect wedding suits for the bride and groom.We will show you how to do this.

Color of the bride’s dress and the color of the groom’s suit

A wedding dress can be anything you like: red, black and even with a flower. And yet, most brides choose two classic colors: white and ivory (shades of champagne, ivory). To accurately determine the color, it is worth trying on all the options for the dress. It happens that on a model from a picture of a glossy magazine, an outfit looks amazing, and a completely different model sits on the bride.

The most important thing to remember: first choose a bride’s dress, and only then, after trying on, a suit for the future husband is chosen for it. The main thing is to please both tastes and make your wedding dreams come true.

If there are no purchase options, and you are at a loss with the question of how to choose the groom’s suit for the bride’s dress, contact experienced craftsmen for individual tailoring. Exclusive outfits will be sewn for you that will fit perfectly on the figure, and you can choose the shades of fabrics from a wide range of colors, and order your favorite fabrics.

Win-win dress and suit color combinations:

  • White dress – black, blue, gray suit.
  • Dress in ivory shade – beige, brown, dark pearl shade.
  • Colored dress (with stripes, geometric shapes, bright prints, etc.) – a one-color suit, under which a bright shirt to match the dress.

These are basic combinations. But it is worth considering not only the color of the suit, but also its shade – lighter or darker, the color of the accessories (for example, a well-chosen tie can completely transform the wardrobe).Therefore, feel free to deviate from traditions and choose such a groom’s suit for the bride’s wedding dress, which will really decorate his masculine image and emphasize her exquisite beauty.

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Groom’s Wedding Suit: Top 50 Ideas

We know that choosing the modern look for the groom is no easier than finding the perfect bride dress.How to choose a wedding suit for the style of the celebration? Follow our advice!

Classic

Classic is a win-win for a magnificent wedding. When the bride looks like a princess, the groom must match. But do not think that wedding classics are boring and there is no room for experimentation. In addition to the traditional black, the classic style allows for other colors for the groom’s image: deep blue, dark brown, elegant gray. Choose the one that best complements your wedding palette.

A classic wedding suit can be diversified with original details – a pocket square, a tie or bow tie in a contrasting color, a boutonniere in the style of a bridal bouquet. Such little things make the image unique, add zest to it, but at the same time do not stand out from the general style of the wedding.

Rustic and boho

These styles are perfect for an intimate summer holiday in nature, which means that a suit for the groom should be selected based on these conditions. Firstly, it should be a relaxed, not too solemn image – a black tuxedo will look inappropriate in a sun-drenched forest glade.It is generally better to refuse black color, preferring lighter shades: brown, sandy, gray.

Secondly, the boho-style groom can refuse the jacket, replacing it with a vest, and roll up the sleeves of the shirt – this will give the image a bit of fashionable casualness. And, of course, do not forget about the accents that will emphasize the style: a butterfly with an original print, a hat, suspenders, a watch, a belt.

Informal and cozy style

A family dinner at one long table in the light of retro garlands, dancing in the open air, a homely, informal atmosphere – this is how cozy weddings look like.Men’s suits for a wedding in this style can be very unusual, there are no rules here, except for one thing – the groom should be comfortable in the chosen image!

Therefore, more and more often men buy not a ready-made suit, but make it up in parts, choosing a jacket and trousers of different materials or colors, which is not only stylish, but also rational, because then they can be worn in everyday life. But don’t overdo it in pursuit of originality!

If you are choosing a jacket in a rather unusual color, for example, pink, purple or burgundy, you should choose a pair of neutral trousers.It is also important to choose the right tone and color saturation – muted, slightly dusty colors are in trend. And do not forget about the general picture: the color palette of the suit should complement the wedding decor, otherwise even the most stylish image will look out of place.

Urban

Wedding suits for the groom in the style of “urban chic” are laconic, strict lines, monochrome and bright, eye-catching accessories. This is the very case when an elegant monochromatic suit can be complemented with colorful socks with a fun print, white sneakers, a cap or leather jacket.Of course, in order for such accessories to look stylish, you need a subtle sense of taste or a stylist-image maker.

If such bold experiments are not for you, you can stop at strict minimalism and a classic black-and-white palette in a non-classic design. For example, a white jacket looks stylish and modern in combination with a black shirt or an image in the style of total black. And do not forget that the images of the bride and groom should be in harmony with each other – the most laconic dress of the bride in pure white color without lace and fluffy skirts will suit such a minimalist image of the groom.

Men’s eco-style wedding suits – these are natural fabrics, loose fit and a natural palette in brown, beige and, of course, green shades. At the same time, it is very important to choose the right green, because the general concept of eco-weddings is harmony with nature, and too bright colors are rarely found in nature. This, by the way, also applies to the color of the shirt – a shirt in light gray or dusty blue will look great at a wedding in this style. Light trousers with suspenders and a boutonniere with green leaves, pine needles or dried flowers will complement the look.

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Even a completely new dress is useful to refresh, steam, clean before the wedding.After all, it could be tried on many times in the cabin, and this always leaves dirt. Even imperceptible.

It is important that in the network "Mister Landry" , wedding dress is dry-cleaned using nano-technologies. Modern preparations, which are used by the dry-cleaner "Mister Landry", contain an increased amount of oxygen, which allows you to achieve impeccable and dazzling cleanliness, without risking provoking allergies in the bride. After all, the wedding dress and veil are in contact with the skin.And no one wants to scratch, sneeze or experience any other discomfort on the most magical day of their life. If the dress was cleaned at Mr. Landry, then the bride can be sure that beauty will not require sacrifice.

If the newlyweds want to preserve the memories of a happy day for many years, then they definitely need to dry-clean the wedding dress and the groom's suit after the wedding. After all, no one wants to store splashes of champagne, road dust or stains from a wedding cake with a dress or suit.

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