If your groomsmen are struggling to take their aisle style from office wear to wedding chic suits, we’ve got the ball rolling on the perfect groomsmen attire to ease the pressure.
Groomsmen Attire: Suits
There is a multitude of ways to coordinate your groomsmen, with the most obvious option being identical outfits. Alternatively, the groomsmen mix and match, or match the bridesmaids or you can put them in print for something different. We’ve got a roundup of recent suits for consideration.
A classic, perfectly tailored suit from Ted Baker, also available in a lighter shade of blue.
If you’re going to buy something nice, at least make it something you’re likely to wear again. This Hugo Boss suit is too good to neglect.
Want to go bold? Say no more. This ASOS skinny suit blazer is sure to get your groomsmen on side with any Scottish attendees. Tone down the look with plain trousers and a bow tie.
Perhaps you want something simple and budget-friendly? Try this three-piece below.
If you’ve opted for a uniform style and colour for each of your groomsmen, the neck dress can be where you have some flair. Do you want to colour match the next dress to the bridesmaid’s dresses?
This Paul Smith bow tie is a classic, you won’t go wrong. But why not mix it up with a pop of colour or print?
Go bold or go home? It’s your day and they are your rules. Shop this floral bow tie on ASOS here.
Ah, the classic black tie. Faultless. We love this plain black silk tie from French connection.
Stick to your colour scheme by accessorising your groomsmen with coloured ties. We particularly love this burnt orange one for anyone having an autumn wedding.
Add some variation to your groomsmen’s style with a few choice accessories.
You can match your groomsmen’s pocket squares to their ties or, alternatively, if you’re a fan of floral prints then a pocket square can be a sophisticated touch to your groomsmen’s attire.
Eton silk pocket square from Jules B.
Alternatively, you can the print low key with this Paul Smith polka dot pocket square.
Stick to the safe option with these classic Oxford shoes from Jones.
These almond-shaped ones from Ask the Missus are high-shine leather and a perfect smart option.
Alternatively, opt for a similar style with a bit more detail and a bolder tan colour like these Happy Oxford shoes from Ask the Missus.
These Ted Baker brogues are a great option if you’ve gone for braces and a more laid-back look.
Alternatively, why not consider a classic monk strap like these ones from Jones?
Finally, if you’ve opted for a navy suit and you want to keep your colour scheme uniform, then these navy Derby shoes are a great option.
Posh socks are a thing. Don’t just take our word for it. Colourful socks make for great wedding photos, so why not gift your groomsmen socks to the advantage of your future wedding album?
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