Believe it or not, gentlemen, but it’s not as simple as picking a suit out of your closet to wear on wedding day. There are so many different colors, style and options to choose from. Will the groom and groomsmen all match? What color will the suit be? Will it even be a suit or will it be a tux? Maybe neither? So many questions! Take a look through some of these great attire options to inspire you and help you decide which look is best for you!

 

Khaki Color

If you are having a summer or outdoor wedding, khaki is the perfect color for a suit. 

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Navy Color 

For something nicer, but not as fancy or traditional as black, navy is a great option. 

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Grey Color

A very versatile color, grey is good for all seasons but is a little more casual. 

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Groom in Different Color

If the groom wants to completely stand out, put him in something a totally different color than the groomsmen. 

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All Matching

For a more traditional and classic look, keep the groomsmen and groom matching. 

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Suit, No Jacket

Keep it casually cool with a suit, no jacket. Perfect for a more casual style wedding, beach wedding or rustic wedding. 

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Suit

A traditional suit is perfect for most dress codes until you reach black tie level. It can be dressed up or dressed down, depending on the color and accessories. 

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Three Piece Suit

Add a vest to your suit for a little extra style. If you plan to take your jacket off a majority of the time, the vest will still keep you looking sharp!

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Tuxedo

For your black tie wedding, go with a tux. Even if you are just having a cocktail attire wedding, a tux is still appropriate. You can’t go wrong with this classic!  

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Mismatched Separates

Another casual option is to mismatch your dress pants with a different colored jacket. 

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Groom’s Tie Mismatched

If the groom wants to stand out just a little, keep him in the same suit but give him a different tie. 

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Mismatched Ties

Mix things up a little and give each groomsman a different colored or different designed tie. 

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