groom in style

Wise Words Print - This Is A Man's World by Pearl and Earl

When it comes to wedding fashion the groom’s attire can easily take a back seat. But it shouldn’t. What the groom wears should look just as special and put together as the brides dress. After all, he’ll be the main focus too and in just as many of the wedding photos.

I love a man in a smart suit who is well groomed but alas, this look does not look good on everyone. Yes, you may want your husband-to-be to dress up for the occasion, but if they don’t look like the man you fell in love with at the altar, I’m sure they won’t feel like him either. Most brides I know always say you should feel like yourself in your wedding dress, except a little bit more special. This is just the same for men too. So if your fella is overtly attached to his converse, why not let him and his best men wear a matching style? Or if your man would never be seen dead in a tie, maybe suggest a bow tie or bright coloured braces instead to jazz up their outfit? There are so many different possibilities out there. So grooms and groomsmen, I hope you are wedding ready but if not here are a few styling ideas to get you started…

city chic

Get this look: Lightfoot Shirt 100% Poplin Cotton by Tier One Clothing, Classic Handmade Italian-Hide Suit Belt by Sue Lowday, Vintage City Man Cufflinks by Amy Keeper Jewellery, Nick Munro 12:19 Watches by Nick Munro and Personalised Silver Cufflinks by Louy Magroos.

 

spring blues

Get this look: Blue Garden Men’s Blazer by Verry Kerry, Silk Ties With Apples And Pears Print by Emma Nissim, Blue And White Shirt by Law and Company Decorative Living, Personalised Cufflinks by the letteroom and ‘Wedding Day’ Cufflinks by EVY Designs.

 

pop art

Get this look: Coral Hand Marbled Silk Tie by Whitehorn, Pantone Enamelled Reversible Cufflinks by Sonia Spencer England, Spanish Leather Belt by The Spanish Boot Company, Mens Knitted Lambswool Bed Socks by catherine tough and Super Hero Cufflinks by Sarah J Miller.

 

pocket watches

Featured products: Men’s Hanky Clock by Tamielle, Italian Pocket Watch by OWC Fullspot, Watch Clock Face Cufflinks by Handmade By Peggy and Pocket Watch Earthenware Cufflinks by Alice Shields Ceramics.

Pocket watches are statement items that are always on trend. They make a classic jewellery accessory for men that can complete any wedding look. If you want to keep to the original item for your wedding day, make it special by engraving a personal romantic message on the back. Alternatively, these products channel the pocket watch design but in a more contemporary way. Whether it be quirky cufflinks, an embroidered handkerchief or a 21st century style watch, they all will make a strong wedding statement you’ll be proud to wear.

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