Elevate Your Style: A Groom’s Guide to Wedding Fashion

From the red carpet at the Oscar’s, to New York Bridal Fashion Week and down many a flowered aisle, all signs point to gents’ stepping up their fashion game with sophistication, individuality, and a keen eye for detail. We love that the classic black-tie wedding is on the rise, and this year we’re seeing (and encouraging!) our grooms to infuse their own personality into their attire.

As the saying goes, "dress to impress." And what better occasion to showcase your impeccable style than on your wedding day? Don’t be afraid to elevate your look and make a statement that's uniquely you. From custom suits to personalized details and statement accessories, your wedding ensemble should reflect who you are as a groom and set the tone for a memorable celebration. 

K Bella Events <3 Bespoke Suits

Gone are the days of settling for an off-the-rack black tuxedo. A custom, bespoke suit allows you to tailor every aspect of your ensemble, from the fabric and fit to the intricate finishing touches. With a bespoke suit, you can wear something made with you, with your vision and your event in mind. 

Make it Personal

Speaking of attention to detail, personalization is key to setting your wedding attire apart. Think beyond the traditional with subtle yet impactful touches like embroidery under collars and on cuffs, custom suit jacket linings featuring meaningful patterns or motifs, and monogrammed pocket squares and cufflinks. We’re also seeing bejeweled pins taking the place of traditional boutonnieres.

These personalized elements not only add a unique touch to your ensemble but also serve as cherished keepsakes of your special day.

Finishing Touches

Accessories are the ultimate finishing touch to any groom's attire, and statement pieces are the name of the game. Elevate your look with a sophisticated timepiece that reflects your personal style, invest in high-quality leather shoes or velvet slippers, or add a pop of color with a vibrant pocket square. Accessories aren't just accents—they're opportunities to express your individuality, tie into the vibe of your day, and elevate your overall look.

The Encore

Let's not forget the "second look." Just as brides often change into a different gown for the reception, grooms can opt for a party look that reflects the celebratory mood of the occasion. Whether it's swapping out your jacket for a stylish blazer or changing from a tuxedo to something more casual for your after party, a second look allows you to let loose and enjoy the festivities in style.

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