My Favorite Styles for the Groom {Part 1}

I used to think I was a very traditional person, but now that I’m looking at some of the wedding stuff on Pinterest (I’m addicted!), I am starting to realize that I really don’t care much for the full on tuxedo look for the groom.  Particularly, I really don’t like the jackets.  It all just looks too stuffy.

I have already told Jason that if we ever get married, I would rather it just be the whole vest over a shirt deal.  Preferably with the sleeves of the shirt rolled up to the elbows, because, well, that look just makes me weak in the knees.

However, I would also like to have a winter wedding, meaning it will most likely be chilly.  Or at least too chilly to just be wearing a shirt with rolled up sleeves.  So if he wanted to go all out and go for a jacket if it’s cold, I wouldn’t have a problem with it.

But, for those ladies who just can’t decide on a look for your groom, I have compiled a little gallery of the nicest looks for the groom.

These came from pinterest, so if your image is here and you would like credit or like to have it removed, please let me know.

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I’m usually not a fan of bow ties, but there is something about this look that I like.  The light color of the jacket is unexpected, and the soft color of the tie is nice as well.  It has a very vintage feel to it, which I find unexpected and nice.

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A shirt and suspenders.  Simple, yes.  And…is he wearing jeans?

groom3Although the jeans are a bit too casual for my taste, I do like the shirt with the tie.  Simple, and still looks nice.

groom4The slim-fit pants and the snugger-fitting jacket in this one are unique, and I like that.  I’m not a fan of the boxy-fitting jacket that grooms usually wear, and I like this style.

For the next installment, I will be including even more looks.  🙂