For the groom

28th November 2018


5 style details for the groom tying the knot in winter

Dark and dapper is the order of the day


Planning a winter wedding? If your big day’s being held during the chillier months of the year, a lightweight suit isn’t going to cut it in a draughty church or during an outdoor shoot with your new wife. Here are 5 style trends every groom who’s tying the knot in winter should take note of.

1. Tweed

Grey or brown tweed is a perfect choice for a winter wedding suit, giving your whole ensemble a rich and raw quality, as well as a sophisticated yet rustic look.

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2. Velvet

Velvet is the ultimate fabric for the groom getting married in winter. Not a common choice, but one that will have you looking smart and top-notch on your big day.

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3. Dark colours

Dark hues for the groom’s party will turn heads for all the right reasons! Maroon, navy blue, dark brown, and traditional black are all suitable options, making your wedding day get-up extra sharp.

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4. Neck-tie colours

Ties, in any shape or form, are an essential accessory for the groom’s overall look. For an aptly winter feel, pair dark-coloured neck ties with a light suit, or light tie colours with a contrasting dark suit.

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5. The pocket square

A pocket square is the cherry on the proverbial cake of a groom’s outfit. Jazz up your wedding-day look with a pocket square in rich, wintry patterns and colours, and get ready to rock!

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