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Who said that “something blue” is only for brides? Blue suits and tuxedos are most certainly having a moment when it comes to menswear, especially for this season’s most fashionable Grooms. It’s a subtle expression of personality and sophistication with endless shades to fit any man. As more and more grooms walk down the aisle in blue, we thought we would show you our favorite looks that will make you consider this cool color of the moment.
Be a Rule Breaker
Be a rebel and break the “no navy and black together” rule. This so called fashion rule is a thing of the past and we will continue to see more of it.
This is for the Grooms who are bold enough to pull off the gorgeous light blue suit. It gives you the icy blue winter feel as well as the bright sunny days of summer.
Is It Blue or is it Grey?
It can be called Slate Blue. It’s a mix between blue and grey which is perfect for the more sophisticated Groom. That perfectly subtle mix of tones may be hard to pinpoint but it’s easy on the eyes.
It’s classic, elegant and neutral. A navy tuxedo can really wow your guests while giving you a fun, formal look.
If you are trying to step outside your fashion comfort zone on your wedding day, try a blue suit that has a subtle pattern to it.
It’s your wedding day!Why not go bold and bright to bring some life to this day of celebration?!
Royal blue is the perfect color to achieve this!
Now that you’ve found the perfect suit or tuxedo, you’re wondering whether or not you should rent it or just buy it… To answer this, ask yourself one simple question: “Will I wear it again?” If you answered yes then it’s time to buy!
If you are going to attend more weddings and black tie events that year or in the coming years, it is best to purchase your tuxedo. If you don’t attend a lot of black tie events, it may give you the extra push to start. When you purchase your tux, taking it to a tailor that you trust, who can fit it perfectly to your body, would be the wisest.
If you don’t already own a suit, you absolutely should! If you are looking for a specific color (or even a basic black or navy) that can’t be found to rent but it is something that you are able to wear for work, or other weddings and events, it is best to purchase your suit. Remember, you and your groomsmen don’t have to match. If you are looking for a slate blue suit, have your groomsmen rent a suit in a light grey shade.