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Crisp cool air. Halloween. Pumpkin spice lattes. Weddings.
Fall, the wedding season to rule all wedding seasons is upon us.
But what are you going to wear? Unless you’ve opted a flannel in heed these tips fall fashion tips. Here are our top three suit & tuxedo trends for grooms and groomsmen with upcoming fall weddings.
We aren’t just talking about accessories here. We are talking suits as well. Nobody wants to be too bright in the fall, but a tastefully muted blue suit still has all of the flare with none of the distraction. Blue suit weddings will really pop against the dark red and dark orange ambiance of fall if the wedding or a photoshoot happens to be outside while the leaves are changing color.
Use a navy, champagne or lighter blue tie/pocket square combo for a really stunning look that is subtle but looks intentional and stunning.
Want a sense of deliberate nonchalance? Want to look like you know exactly what you’re doing without being too risky (it is your wedding day after all—we don’t want to be avant-garde by any means? Then wearing a vest that is a different color than your suit is the perfect option.
Let’s say you have a nice blue wedding suit, drop a gray vest under it to mix things up and add a subtle uniqueness to your look. Or maybe your wedding suit is gray. Add some texture by putting a gray plaid vest under it. Or if you have a nice tweed vest that would look great under a gray or a blue wedding suit.
Unlike the first two trends here, floral prints are bold, and the perfect complement to nearly any gray or blue suit. They speak for themselves—a pop of color and pattern against a solid backdrop. They bounce in and out of fashion, but they are definitely in fashion right now and show that you are maxing out your
Don’t think that this look is too out there, by any means. Florals, just like any pattern and color, can be over the top or understated. If you’re worried about having too much color, there are plenty of floral patterns out there that have a subtle look to them with a solid background and delicate white (or other colors) flowers.
Alternatively, if a floral tie just isn’t enough for you, we have seen flowers come out in other ways, too. Like a floral vest, shirt or jacket. Now, you have to be careful with this kind of look. If it’s already your style, then by all means, go for it. We’re sure you’ll look amazing. But if it’s not, then you may want to ease into the flower look and start with a tie.