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Groom Fashion Rules To Follow

Groom Fashion Rules To Follow

A groom's suit and the wedding outfit are as important as the bride's look on the wedding day, sure picking a groom's suit is easier than finding the perfect dress, but it can also be very tricky and confusing.

When it comes to choosing the perfect suit for your wedding there are many elements that make it a good or bad suit.

So to help you look your best, we are sharing some fashion rules that every groom-to-be should follow when choosing his wedding suit or tuxedo.

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Here are some groom fashion rules we advise you to follow:


Groom Suit Fabrics

Choose The Right Fabric

Grooms often mistakenly believe that heavy fabrics mean high quality and high price, but the quality of the fabric used also depends on the season of the wedding. During winter or fall, you can choose a groom's suit made of heavy fabrics or fabrics that maintain their appearance for long periods. As for summer weddings, linen suits are a good choice as they are elegant and lighter than other fabrics. The same applies to lightweight cotton and polyester suits, both stylish enough and less expensive than linen suits.

The Right Suit for Your Body Shape

Choose The Right Suit For Your Body Type

Some men think that any style of suit or tuxedos works for them, but this is not true, if you're tall and thin then most tuxedos and suits suit your body, if you are too thin and want to add some size to your shoulders, then a double-breasted suit is what you need.

For a fuller figure that needs some slimming down, a fitted suit with a nip in the waist will make you look thinner.

Read: "Fashion Tips for the Overweight Groom"

Groom Suit Style

Your Suit Should Fit Your Wedding Style

The suit or tuxedo you choose should fit the style of the wedding venue and wedding style or vibe, so if you're having your wedding in a ballroom, we advise you to wear a formal tuxedo with a black bow-tie, if you're having a more casual wedding theme then you are free to wear a more casual or light-colored suit.

Groom Accessories

Don't Forget The Accessories

A groom can add his unique touch to his suit or tuxedo, all you have to do is add some unique details to your looks, such as a special boutonniere, unique cufflinks, or colorful socks.

Check out:

Creative Boutonnieres for Weddings

Bow Tie Ideas For The Stylish Groom

The Groom's List of Accessories for Formal Wear

Bow Tie for the Groom

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