It’s His Day Too!
Getting dressed takes on a whole new meaning for a groom on his wedding day! Historically the Grooms attire was viewed as an after-thought because of the limitations in choices of color, design and style.
Well that’s not the case anymore! Today’s modern groom is stepping up and showing out! There are so many more options available for Grooms than there were just a few years ago. Grooms now have wardrobe options available to them that allow them the freedom to create a look that compliments their style and taste.
Although we love our grooms in the classics, Grooms are no longer limited to the traditional color palettes of black, blue or grey. Nor are they restricted to traditional tuxedos and suits.
Different and unique fashion choices for Grooms are abundantly available. Style choices such as tailored suits with bold colors and subtle customizations of monogrammed cuffs and collars are the latest trends being worn by grooms.
A well dressed man in a tailored suit or tuxedo is a timeless classic of a true gentlemen. However, the modern and bold trends that todays grooms are wearing is redefining the distinguished gentlemens look and creating an edgy vibe.
5 Ways To Customize Your Look
If you’re looking for some “groom” style inspiration here are 5 tips to achieving a customized look for your wedding day:
- Hire a tailor to customize an off-the-rack suit or buy a tailored suit. Tailored suits define your physique and can make an off-the rack suit look custom made.
- Add color or pops of color here and there in your accessories. If you’re bold enough, go full out and make a dramatic statement with a monochromatic look.
- Tasteful monograms on your cuff, collar or accessories is a great way to customize your wedding style.
- Get in the mix by coordinating colors, patterns and textures. Pinstripes with plaids or prints are bold fashion-forward looks that make a statement.
- Accessorize but don’t over do it
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