the other guys
Yep, groomsmen need wedding suits too. And nothing says 'awkward wedding photos' like mismatched groomsmen.
There's a couple of ways to go here. If you're the independent type, take a look at your wedding suit and give it a gentle remix. Maybe a different tie for the groomsmen, a complementary vest instead of a jacket, or a simple boutonniere.
If you'd rather leave these details to the professionals (that's us), we recommend a complimentary style consultation in-store. Honestly, this can save so many headaches down the track—and it's pretty fun, too. We can accommodate any sized party and work around your schedules. Even better? The beers are on us.
Congrats: you've been invited to a wedding! Now what the heck are you going to wear?
Maybe you're a dashing plus-one. Maybe you just missed the groomsman cut-off (commiserations, pal). Either way, being the best-dressed guest at a wedding is something you never forget.
If you want to catch some eyes on the dance floor, start with your wedding suit. And the easiest way to rise above the wedding masses is to ditch the traditional navy or grey. Those tones are both totally fine, but there’s plenty of room for experimentation.
In summer, reach for bright, light tones and accessories: think florals, crisp whites, and box-fresh leather shoes. Attending a wedding in the cooler months? We think that our cocktail wedding suit collection has a piece (or three) that might catch your eye.