A men’s wed­ding suit is a tra­di­tion­al choice and, no doubt, a good one. But more and more grooms today tend to look styl­ish and inter­est­ing, more relaxed in some way, so they pre­fer a suit jack­et and trousers or jeans. First, it looks trendy and fresh! Sec­ond­ly, not all men like to wear a suit and not every­one is com­fort­able in it, and then the com­bi­na­tion of com­fort­able trousers and a jack­et is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to feel free and relaxed on the wed­ding day. Third­ly, it can save mon­ey if the groom already has some­thing in the clos­et, and hav­ing bought new things for the hol­i­day, he will wear it. sta­tion wag­on and in every­day life. Look how many ben­e­fits we have list­ed! It’s time to look at exam­ples.

Groom in a jacket without a tie

If you want to cre­ate a laid-back, light look, it’s time to ditch the suit and choose pants and a jack­et in dif­fer­ent col­ors. Light jack­ets are just made for a sum­mer wed­ding! If the cer­e­mo­ny is planned on the beach or by the riv­er, we advise you to con­sid­er trousers in light col­ors and a light blue jack­et for one or two but­tons. A white shirt, worn with­out a tie and not ful­ly but­toned, will be the final touch.

And beige trousers with a jack­et a tone lighter or dark­er will per­fect­ly fit into the Rus­tic wed­ding style.

Anoth­er bold and trendy step is to choose a vel­vet jack­et in black, emer­ald or bur­gundy! And for a win­ter and autumn wed­ding, look towards tweed.

An image with a tie or bow tie

There are many ways to pair a blaz­er with pants with a tie or bow tie to make your wed­ding look cool and styl­ish. And the main trick is the com­bi­na­tion of col­ors. Why not try the same tie or bow tie col­or as your jack­et or trousers for a more relaxed look?

Anoth­er option is to dilute the image with a third col­or that is in har­mo­ny with the two basic.

Using a tie, you can cre­ate a chic look in a mod­ern style: choose a black col­or for the acces­so­ry and a white shirt.

A fash­ion trend is to choose a bow tie or a pat­terned tie to empha­size the theme of the wed­ding or empha­size the indi­vid­u­al­i­ty of the groom.

The white jack­et is a big state­ment! There is no doubt that the groom in a white jack­et will not get lost against the back­ground of his bride, but will make no less impres­sion.

Groom in style Boho

wed­ding in style Boho and a men’s suit rarely inter­sect, but a vest, sus­penders and / or a jack­et, and even a pullover are a very good option. Don’t be afraid to play with tex­tures: vel­vet, tweed, knitwear for the cold sea­son — that’s it.

Tweed jack­ets are per­fect with vin­tage ties and dark striped or plaid shirts.

Bright groom’s jacket

Espe­cial­ly dar­ing young peo­ple can afford not just a shirt with a fun­ny pat­tern or a bright bow tie, but an unusu­al col­or of the jack­et itself!

We have demon­strat­ed that it is not nec­es­sary to buy a clas­sic men’s suit for a wed­ding. Espe­cial­ly if such a rather expen­sive thing has the prospect of hang­ing in a clos­et. A jack­et is a mag­i­cal tool in cre­at­ing a styl­ish and unbanal image of the groom. It is up to you! Chan­fash­ion wish­es that the prepa­ra­tion for the wed­ding was pleas­ant and inter­est­ing!

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