It’s all about the groom!
The main trend here is that pop culture is influencing groomswear heavily. From famous celebrities being spotted in trendy suits, to the latest shows on Netflix, even Tiktok is setting groomswear trends!
Growing in popularity once again and taking inspiration from The Crown on Netflix. A double-breasted suit adds an extra layer of formality to your wedding day. They also look sophisticated and classy, showcasing that retro feel, as they’ve been around for centuries. Many celebrities are seen sporting a double-breasted suits, so it’s a trend to jump on!
More grooms are searching for a custom-tailored suit and off the peg is no longer enough. With a bespoke tailored suit, the groom can ensure they look their absolute best with a suit made specifically for them and exactly how they want it. Bespoke garments are entirely unique to the individual, making it extra special. Also, no more searching for hours to find the perfect suit!
Bold Colours & Patterns
There’s a rise in popularity of bold colours in groomswear, with emerald green, burgundy and berry tones featured. Be sure to choose a suit that will complement the theme of your wedding. Patterns, especially on ties and accessories, on are also a popular favourite with florals, paisley and check patterns tipped as firm favourites among grooms. You can really make a statement with this groomswear trend.
Think tweed, velvet, linen and seersucker fabrics. Velvet and Tweed are perfect for autumn/ winter weddings, while linen and seersucker are lightweight for the warmer summer months. We’re seeing grooms mix up textures in their wedding day looks to create a bold contrast between the waistcoat , suit jacket or even tie and pocket square.
One trend we’re seeing continue this year (and expected to stay the course) are earthy toned suits. Footballer Harry Maguire wore a stone-coloured Marc Darcy wedding suit on his big day, adding a celebrity nod to this trend. Other earthy tones feature browns, olive tones and beige, and the best part is that these colour palettes work well for either a formal or more relaxed wedding.
Depending on your style, there are a range of shoe options to complement your suit. From Converse or trainers for the laid-back groom, to patent leather brogues or formal loafers for those opting for a more formal head to toe look. The monk strap shoe design is another formal shoe type offering a more modern take that works well with all suit types.
Making a Statement
Grooms are utilising their choice of accessories including cufflinks, socks, ties and pocket squares to add personality into their wedding suit. Vintage pop culture is throwing its hat in the ring and we’re seeing 80s style geometric print ties with contrasting colour palettes.