In many ways, it is the menswear that can really set the tone of a wedding. A couple looking for a rustic wedding would not fully realize that theme if they were to select a formal tuxedo, just like a classic, formal wedding would feel a lot less formal if the groom and groomsmen wore light grey suits. Executing a theme or vibe is in every detail, especially menswear.
The Rustic Wedding – Jim’s Formal Wear “Dillon”
We love the versatility of the ‘Dillon’ suit by Jim’s Formal Wear. The slim fit gives it a contemporary feel that can be paired with a simple tie or a bow tie and vest. For a true rustic feel, ditch the jacket and rock the vest with a tailored shirt and flat-front pants. The grey color is the perfect neutral to complete the rustic vibe. This is also a great option for the groom looking to rock his signature shoes or cowboy boots.
The Formal Wedding- After Six Classic Tuxedo “Edward”
Some brides will take any opportunity they can to get their handsome guy into a tux, and what better occasion than your own wedding? If you’re going for the formal, traditional look, there really is no better option than a classic black tux and bow tie. This “Edward” tuxedo by The Dessy Group has Old Hollywood written all over it. A classy groom from head to toe never goes out of style.
The Edgy Wedding – Ike ‘Blake’ Tuxedo
A navy blue tuxedo: Unexpected, yet oh so easy on the eyes. This ‘Blake’ Tuxedo by Ike Behr is so beyond gorgeous (and so is the model), we can hardly stand it. The invitations, the details, the gown are all so unique, why can’t the groom’s apparel be as well? Maintain the authentic vibe of the wedding without sacrificing elegance.
Photos courtesy of and copyright (in order of appearance) Jim’s Formal Wear, After Six and Ike Behar.
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Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s writer, Kelley Saia.
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