A man’s wedding is one of the most important days of his life. And dressing impeccably is imperative for this momentous occasion. The groom’s suit and the suits for the groomsmen should complement the venue and coordinate with the theme. But, how are suits selected? And, what accessories are there? Here are a few rules to follow for that special day.
Believe it or not, gray
Gray offers great seasonal versatility. Many grooms choose gray for the warmer months (i.e. spring or summer weddings) or for destination weddings due to the fact that the lighter shade offers a break from the darker colors traditionally used during the winter or fall months.
For example, you can opt for Iron Gray for fall, or for more formal occasions because it’s a darker hue. For summer weddings, cement or Sharkskin Gray make great options. Keep in mind, to help the groom stand out, consider a darker or lighter color for his suit, compared to his groomsmen.
Also, softer brighter colors; pair well with gray suits. This can solidify the colors’ place as a staple for the warmer seasons of the year. While gray is definitely a great option for warm weather, it’s also excellent for winter and fall, too.
Gray isn’t quite as formal as black or navy, but it is also not as loud as a brilliant blue. In fact, gray is considered the right “in-between” option for those who want something timeless that can be styled up or down.
Based on the different accents and elements selected, a gray suit can either offer a relaxed feel, or a refined look. The appearance of a gray suit as being a street-style go-to option has transformed this option as a favorite of millennials and younger men. As a result, it’s a great option for groomsmen, leading to the next reason.
Gray isn’t a “one-trick” pony. There are countless ways to make it a great choice for a wedding party. If a wedding is more formal, then a gray suit is the ideal dapper option. For a more classic event, the suit can be complemented with a gray or black tie, brown Oxfords and a white button-down shirt. If casual is the order of the day, or even a relaxed vibe, then opt to get rid of the ties, don suspenders and choose lighter or patterned accessories.
Gray is one of those wedding colors that can work with any type or size of event. It can be manipulated to work, regardless of the tone or any other factor present. When the groom is choosing suits for his groomsmen, one of the best things he can do is to choose gray. Not only will it look amazing, but it will be something the men will actually love wearing.
Generation Tux offers a wide variety of gray suits. You will be sure to find the solution to your wedding party needs. With their a la carte rental options you will be able to mix and match accordingly. The best part? No more picking up the suits the day before the wedding. Generation Tux delivers your looks directly to your party 14 days before your event. With free replacements and no exchanges necessary.