Groom Fashion: What To Wear For Your Wedding Style?
Location: A Grand Ballroom
Feel: Traditional and classic
A slim-cut single breasted suit will fit in perfectly with a swish grand ballroom affair. A lot of grooms think that a bow-tie is essential if you’re having a formal ‘do, but a modern alternative like this slim tie matched with a satin lapel works just as well.
(left) Poilitix suit, www.politix.com.au (right) M.J Bale suit, www.mjbale.com
Location: A Slick City Loft
Feel: Stylish and contemporary
Don’t head straight for black if you’re having a modern city loft wedding, try grey for a softer approach instead. The best thing about grey? It looks great teamed with a pop of colour, so choose a tie in the same hue as your maids or your bouquet to tie the theme in.
(left) Country Road suit, www.countryroad.com.au (right) Roger David suit www.rogerdavid.com.au
Location: Country Barn
Go all out and have fun with your style if you’re having a vintage style wedding. A quirky bow-tie teamed with a dapper pocket square will give your look a point of difference and allow you to let you personality shine through.
(right) Farage suit, www.farage.com.au (left) Herringbon suit, www.farage.com.au