(Closed) Ideas for mismatched groomsmen attire

posted 5 years ago in Grooms/men
Post # 2
1117 posts
Bumble bee

You could probably do different types of purple ties in patterns and colors that compliment each other (and have them all in the same tux):

Post # 3
46978 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

mildlybookish: You didn’t say if the men would be in tuxedos, suits or other. If they are wearing tuxes, you could mismatch the ties. With suits, the shirts and /or ties could be mismatched.

A more casual outfit  would be grey pants (the same for all) various plum and purple shirts. They could wear the same or various ties, or no tie.

They could also do grey pants, the same plum shirt, a vest of their choice.


Post # 4
242 posts
Helper bee

Depending on how casual you want, you can them in different parts of suits.

Groom would be most formal, complete suit (vest, jacket, tie),

Best Man in vest, tie, no jacket

Groomsmen no vest, tie, jacket of a different style

Groomsmen, no vest, tie,, suspenders or cumberbund

This depends on how many groomsmen there are. You could have vests in different fabric as well as diffferent ties (don’t know if that would be too busy, probably depends on patterns used) Maybe different shades of plum vests with different ties as well.

Another idea is different jacket styles, if you’d like them all in jackets. Again, not sure exaclty how this would look, one could have tails, one could be double-breasted, one could have different lapels for example. I’d have to see them together to really know for sure.

Hopefully, this helped you some! Good luck!

Post # 5
9546 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

We asked the groomsmen to wear grey pants, grey vest and yellow buttondown shirts. Worked out great.

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