Is a black blaz­er, white shirt and clas­sic tie too casu­al for your taste? Chan­fash­ion pre­pared a whole selec­tion of ideas for unusu­al cos­tumes, acces­sories and details for styl­ish grooms who are ready for bright­ness and exper­i­ments.

light suit

The col­or con­trast between the bride in a white dress and the groom in a dark suit has already become famil­iar and tra­di­tion­al. But being a dark spot is not nec­es­sary at all, because the groom’s suits in light col­ors look just amaz­ing! They seem to imme­di­ate­ly immerse you in a more relaxed mood, in which you want to let go of all wor­ries and enjoy the hol­i­day.

A light-col­ored suit for the groom is ide­al for an out­door wed­ding in the warm sea­son, espe­cial­ly on the beach or on a yacht.

Bright monochrome image

Black, beige, dark blue — usu­al­ly it is these shades that are lim­it­ed to the col­or palette of wed­ding suits for grooms. But why be lim­it­ed to stan­dard solu­tions, if you can not be lim­it­ed? 🙂

A bright mono­chrome groom’s suit with a match­ing shirt will def­i­nite­ly attract atten­tion and show the bright nature of the hero of the occa­sion. So that the image of the groom does not look clum­sy, the style of the suit should be sim­ple, with­out an abun­dance of unnec­es­sary details and dec­o­ra­tions.

A color scheme

Get­ting away from mono­chrome and get­ting the col­ors right is one of the hard­est things about styling. How­ev­er, the result is worth it! It is a com­pe­tent com­bi­na­tion of col­ors and shades that can make even an image with the sim­plest cut bright, ele­gant and mem­o­rable.

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Do not be afraid to exper­i­ment with the col­or scheme of the image of the groom, but if you still have lit­tle expe­ri­ence in such styl­is­tic tasks, then it is bet­ter to turn to a pro­fes­sion­al styl­ist for the final ver­dict.

original jacket

We are not lim­it­ed by col­or: unusu­al styles, extrav­a­gant mate­ri­als — go beyond the clas­sic image of the groom! How about wear­ing a cor­duroy blaz­er in shades of the bridal palette, or unleash­ing your inner rock star with a spark­ly sequined blaz­er? Let the clothes tell a sto­ry about you, and do not dri­ve into the frame­work.

Emphasis on the shirt

If you do not want to exper­i­ment with the style or mate­r­i­al of the groom’s suit, then diver­si­ty can be achieved with an orig­i­nal shirt. Ditch sol­id col­ors for prints, from clas­sic stripes and pol­ka dots to flo­ral motifs. In addi­tion, the shirt can be com­ple­ment­ed with a print­ed scarf and a pock­et square: the more active the acces­sories, the calmer the shirt and suit. Also make sure that the gam­ma and pat­tern are com­bined with the groom’s bou­ton­niere.

Prints to the fullest!

Walk like that? 🙂 If you are not afraid to attract a lot of atten­tion and shock the audi­ence, then the groom’s print­ed wed­ding suit is what you need to cre­ate a chic look and wow effect. When choos­ing acces­sories, it is bet­ter to stick to min­i­mal­ism so as not to bur­den the appear­ance with details.

Fancy tie

An orig­i­nal tie with a print, an unusu­al way of tying, and even a tie not made of fab­ric, but of met­al — it would seem that a clas­sic men’s acces­so­ry can be made the main unusu­al detail of the image.

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Tweed suit

The tweed suit for the groom is an ele­gant clas­sic with a touch of vin­tage. This ver­sion of the cos­tume is per­fect for a wed­ding in the cold sea­son, and will also fit into a vari­ety of styles with­out any prob­lems: from clas­sic to Rus­tic and Vin­tage.

To slight­ly diver­si­fy the image of the groom and make it more mem­o­rable, focus on well-cho­sen acces­sories.


With the onset of cold weath­er, you will have to take care not only of the appear­ance of the groom’s suit, but also of how warm it is. If you are plan­ning a win­ter wed­ding or a cel­e­bra­tion in late autumn, then you can replace the shirt with a turtle­neck to match the suit or, con­verse­ly, a bright accent shade.

So that the image does not seem too sim­ple, take the time to select the per­fect col­or (then the image of the groom will look expen­sive and ele­gant), and also com­ple­ment it with styl­ish acces­sories. Accent belt, watch, cuf­flinks, bou­ton­niere — these lit­tle things will help make the groom’s wed­ding look com­plete.

In order not to for­get a sin­gle impor­tant detail in the wed­ding prepa­ra­tion, use our Bride’s to-do list. We have cre­at­ed a step-by-step plan that will help you orga­nize the wed­ding of your dreams on your own. Detailed instruc­tions, user-friend­ly inter­face and impor­tant tips from experts — every­thing to make your wed­ding prepa­ra­tion eas­i­er 🙂