Gone are the days when a groom stood at the altar in a simple black tux or suit. Now guys are putting a lot of thought into what they wear on their wedding day, and luckily, there is no shortage of ways to show off your own personal style at this special event.
From color to fit, you can design your own suit or tux so that you stand up at the altar looking and feeling your best.
Here are a few ideas to get you started.VIEW SUIT/TUX COLLECTION
Whether it’s a dramatic color, a pretty paisley or an off-beat pattern, the tie you choose can definitely make a statement on your wedding day. Switching up your tie is another easy way to stand out from your groomsmen.
Choosing to wear a vest changes your look from a two-piece suit to a three-piece. While Generation Tux offers the matching vest and suit, all of their colors complement one another so feel free to mix and match.
Believe it or not, there are a variety of shirts to choose from. You’ll need to select between plain fronts, pleated fronts, or pique bib fronts, as well as fabric, collar style, and cuff style to complete the suit’s look. And let’s not forget about color: While traditional grooms might opt for a white shirt, out-of-the-box guys might want to match the bridal party color scheme.
The bride doesn’t have to be the only one to carry a sentimental memento down the aisle with her. You can also add a piece of jewelry that is important to you and honors your family, such as your grandfather’s watch or your dad’s favorite cufflinks.
A bright and beautiful boutonniere will put the finishing touch on your dapper ensemble.
If you don’t want to wear a boutonniere, opt for a lapel pin instead. It can be as simple as a small, faux flower or choose something more personalized.GET INSPIRED
While guests won’t see your suspenders when you have your suit or tuxedo jacket on during the ceremony, they’ll be able to view them during the reception once the dancing starts and the jacket comes off.