21 Grooms Who Wore Colorful Wedding Suits
Not all grooms want to wear classic wedding attire, and that's perfectly alright! That goes double when it comes to wearing popular colors, like black, dark blue, or gray. Sure, it's easy to find tuxes and suits in "neutral" shades, but there's nothing wrong with branching out and choosing something more unique. That might mean donning a brighter hue or mixing conventional colors with unexpected ones. If you're worried about pulling off a color suit or tuxedo on your wedding day, turn to these men for inspiration. Their unconventional wedding looks made a statement down an aisle, proving yours can, too.
If you'd rather tackle your ensemble in one fell swoop, consider buying or renting a colorful set. This groom chose a dark red Burberry suit, for example. If your wedding's extra formal but you still want to wear color, we recommend a uniform tuxedo. Otherwise, you can wear a mismatched outfit, like a bright jacket with subdued pants or vice versa. For a casual party, try a blazer or a sport coat—you can find both in surprising shades.
As for what hue(s) to choose, it's best to consider your wedding's overall color scheme. Your outfit should complement the rest of your event's design. It's also about your taste and sense of style, though. Whatever you choose, make sure its personalized to you. Of course, in some cultures, colorful menswear is tradition. We've rounded up some ideas for those grooms, as well. Regardless, see our favorite suits, tuxes, and more in exciting shades ahead.
Red and Blue Suits
This guy was all smiles in his green Topman suit with black accents.
Your top and bottom don't have to match. This groom chose a cool, dark color palette, wearing a blue jacket and gray pants from Bachrach.
White goes with everything, and tempers an otherwise bold color choice. Try pairing a white jacket with colorful pants, as this groom did. His selections were from Zara.
A traditional MacGregor & MacDuff kilt brought a pop of blue and green to this Scottish groom's look.
Here's another stylish option for pairing red with white: a suit (Topman designed this one) in the former, and a shirt and tie in the latter.
This summer groom wore a blue J. Crew blazer with a darker blue pair of pants.
Ruston Kelly chose a green velvet Alberto Ardoni jacket for his wedding to Kacey Musgraves. "I love emerald green, and I like the texture that velvet brings to everything," he shared. The unconventional choice was perfect for the fall event.
Brown attire may be less common, but it can definitely work if you wear it right. We like how this groom paired his Stafford jacket with another earthy color: green.
As far as we're concerned, men should wear pink more often. Check out this L'Atelier Amsterdam jacket!
Blue loafers were the finishing touch to the rest of this groom's matching Sami Jenks ensemble.
These traditional blue and orange Indian sherwanis (from Maharani Fashions) looked stunning side-by-side. "This was the first time where we had to pick out outfits that didn't just need to look good individually, but needed to complement each other as a pair," one of the grooms shared. They did well, didn't they?
This groom wore his green ASOS suit with a camo-patterned pocket square—how original!
These grooms each wore looks from Suitsupply—the man on the right chose an especially-wintry reddish-brown ensemble.
We seriously can't get enough of grooms in green, and this suit's specific shade is so memorable.
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