A standout shade
Help your guy stand out among the rest of the bridal party by picking out a suit or tuxedo that is a shade lighter or darker than the rest of the men standing beside him. You could have him rock a dark grey charcoal suit and have his guys wear a light grey suit for a coordinated look.
A good looking groom is all in the details – accessories are key in bringing his suit to life and helping him look as sharp as possible. Dress up his tie with a tie clip – this way it won’t get in the way when he’s showing off his best dance moves. Plus, you can even have it monogrammed for a special reminder of the big day.
Cuff links are another way to personalize his outfit. There are such a wide variety of styles and designs out there, you’re sure to find one that is just perfect for the man you’re going to marry. Personally, I’m a fan of these “If found, return to wife” cufflinks.
Add some luxury to his wrist with a watch that complements the shade of his suit or tuxedo and cuff links. Your husband-to-be could even carry around a pocket watch for a fun accessory. Give the groomsmen one as well – they’ll love it.
Who said the inside of a suit had to match the outside? Find a suit that’s lined with a pattern of your choice, like this snazzy floral print.
Brides often carry a token of love with them from a family or friend that has passed away, whether it’s a necklace or a photo. Men can do the same to honor their loved ones – your groom can carry a prized gold coin in the pocket or wear a service pin on the lapel of the suit.
An easy way to incorporate an accent of color into the groom’s outfit is through bow ties. They come in a variety of unique patterns and shades, so it’s easy to find one that matches your wedding theme and color palette.
How are you dressing up your dapper groom? Share your thoughts with us!