Which Suit Style Is Your Groom?

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Finding that perfect wedding suit is a little easier when you know just what to look for – check out these statement styles to find your perfect match!

The big day’s approaching so it’s time to suit up and look sharp, but do you know what style to go for? From timeless colours to rustic tweeds and checked suits, there’s more choice than ever when it comes to what to wear when you tie the knot.

When choosing your suit style there are three main points to consider – is this style right for me? Does it match the formality of my day? Will it work with what my partner is wearing? Keep these in mind while we take a look at the different styles out there and see if we can help you find the right look for your big day!

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Timeless & Traditional

If you’re thinking of an elegant country house wedding or castle venue, a traditional navy or formal suit works perfectly for this theme and setting! Navy or grey numbers are still up there with the most popular wedding suit styles and we can see why – they’re sleek, neat and never go out of style!

Tradition dictates that a morning suit (or tails) is the only attire acceptable on your wedding day, but nowadays ‘formal’ includes two and three-piece suits as well so you’ve got a few more options to choose from. We’re loving these classy styles from Red Groomswear and Best Menswear for timeless and traditional vibes.

Bold & Boho

The boho groom is someone who thinks outside the box and doesn’t follow the status quo. So if you’re looking for something a little different and daring for your special day, think bold patterns and alternative colours like these stylish finds from Tomorrows Menswear and Freddie Hatchet.

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For a truly unique look, don’t be afraid to mix and match with different colours and patterns and finish it off with some statement accessories. This look works best for the chic city wedding or stylish backyard do!

Modern & Contemporary

Many modern-day grooms are ditching solid colour suits and switching things up with savvy check numbers like these fashionable finds from Magee 1866 and Best Menswear.

Checks are huge in groomswear this season and give a modern and contemporary feel to your traditional navy or grey suit. So if you were pondering with the idea of going for a bolder print, this is your sign to have a little fun with your wedding attire!

Casual & Chic

This groom’s style is definitely for the more laidback and chilled guy, and let’s face it, not everyone looks fully at ease in a formal suit! These super casual and sleek styles from Magee 1866 and Louis Copeland and Sons are perfect for a relaxed and informal event.

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Think about ditching the tie, the jacket or the formal shoes, and bring in a casual shirt and trainers, or even shorts depending on how chilled you want to be and if your venue suits. Laidback barns are perfect for this kind of look, but just make sure your partner is on board with this level of informality too before you commit!

Rustic & Country

Definitely a popular choice recently that’s much less formal than traditional styles yet still smart and stylish. We love these rustic finds from Tomorrow’s Menswear and JJ Donnelly – this is a great option if you’re looking for something different for your wedding and obviously works perfectly at a country barn venue or rural country house.

Ditch the solid black, grey and navy suits and think tweeds, check shirts, waistcoats and neutral colours for an awesome rustic look. It works well for anyone who wants to combine style with a relaxed vibe, as well as anyone who has the country in their heart!

Still looking for your dream suit? Check out all our groomswear suppliers HERE

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