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    Mastering Your Wedding Day Look



    When you’re the groom, it’s imperative to select attire that is not only handsome but appropriate for the theme and location that you and yours have chosen for your special day.


    From a beach wedding in the Bahamas to a church wedding in England, we’ve laid out five options to have any groom ready to get hitched in style. After all, there’s more to tying the knot than just saying “I do.”



    Ermenegildo Zegna black tuxedo paired with a white tuxedo shirt and black bow tie
    A tuxedo - whether black or navy - makes a powerful statement



    For the gentleman who enjoys standing out from the crowd, a tuxedo in an eye-catching midnight hue is a sharp option. It’ll take you away from traditional black and lend a subtle charm with the deep, inky blue finish. TOM FORD’s shawl collar style, as shown here, is echoed by accessories in the same satin fabric, ensuring a streamlined appearance. Jeweled studs in place of buttons add a sophisticated touch that further elevates the crisp white shirt. A tuxedo — whether in black or navy — makes a powerful statement.


    Giorgio Armani black tuxedo paired with a white Tom Ford tuxedo shirt and black tie
    Emporio Armani's sleek black two-piece tuxedo is designed to create a commanding presence with its sharp peark lapel and strong tailoring




    You can’t go wrong with a sumptuous and sophisticated suiting option on your wedding day — case in point, Emporio Armani’s sleek black two-piece tuxedo. It’s designed to create a commanding presence with its sharp peak lapel and strong tailoring. Timeless details include covered buttons, a silk side trim on the pants and a lustrous finish.


    Atelier Munro blue suit paired with a white dress shirt
    Boss grey suit paired with a Ermenegildo Zegna white dress shirt and grey tie




    With outdoor weddings, you’re granted more of an opportunity to have fun with your outfit. For example, we recommend choosing a mid-blue suit as shown here by Munro, which has a subtle micro-pattern in a linen, silk and wool blend. We styled this look with a crisp white button-down shirt and complementary silk accessories. A relaxed setting such as a garden venue allows for a dressy loafer to be worn — keeping in mind that it’s fashioned from a rich and lustrous leather with a substantial heel.


    Boss grey suit paired with a Ermenegildo Zegna white dress shirt and grey tie
    Ermenegildo Zegna black suit paired with a Emporio Armani white dress shirt and Tom Ford grey printed tie




    Although both of these suiting options are perfectly acceptable for a wedding, you don’t want to appear as if you’re ready for a day at the office. Accessories are essential to add that extra pizzazz required to set you apart from daily business-casual ensembles. Your underpinnings should include a French cuff shirt, silk tie and matching pocket square to dress it up. To further distinguish your wedding style, opt for a navy hue with a rich, inky sheen, like this two-piece suit from Ermenegildo Zegna.


    Z Zegna beige light suit paired with a white Boss dress shirt
    Z Zegna beige light suit paired with a white Boss dress shirt




    Destination weddings encourage casually refined attire, such as this lightweight cotton suit from BOSS that’s been left unlined for freedom of movement and breathability. They also warrant a warm, neutral colour scheme to naturally complement the environment. Keep your underpinnings sharp to achieve a groom-ready appearance, whether you’re on the beach or not. As you transition from ceremony to reception you can take a more relaxed approach with your look simply by losing your tie.