Post # 1
My Fiance really wants a unique (well it’s still unique i the UK) outfit that differs from what most shops stock as ‘grooms attire’. In the UK it’s always long morning jackets and cravats that match the bridesmaids dress (puke) we both hate that look!
So we have gone for quite an informal look like this, only with different colours:
This is the jacket we have bought, and it’s only only thing we have so far!
I would be so grateful for anyone who can suggest the other pieces of the outfit, i.e. colours and styles for trousers, shirt, tie, braces? shoes, waistcoat, hair! etc…
Pictures or links please 😀
Post # 3
My groom is wearing a standard tie (but a nice one, with textured fabric and complementing green and blue), a slim fit Italian-cut suit (but wth pants less tight than your first picture) and just a white shirt. No vest for an August wedding. Shirt is just white, but one thing that’s becomiing popular here are patterned shirts with shirts.
I’ve seen some groom photos with colored shoes–raspberry Fluevogs–which are also cool.
Post # 4
Good resource on style forum for matching blazers / sportscoats…if all else fails you can post on their forum for some ideas too.
Just a thought since that appears to be a tweed… food to match fabric weights so other tweeds or flannel wool… if your wedding is in July that could get very very uncomfortable and is a bit out of season tweeds and flannels get quite warm. But its your wedding and especially if its indoors do what you want 🙂
On my screen it looks kind of brown so Grey, brown, tan/beige, denim are the matches (brown if seleced should not try to match the jacket lest it look like a mismatched faux suit). Brown goes with lots but white is classic for the shirt but off white and creams can look great. Blues, pinks, lavendar shirts might also work.