Grooms and groomsmen at Bride
The suave and sophisticated groom and groomsmen have a significant amount of choosing to do when it comes to how they will look on the big day. Some things — mainly tie colour and flowers in the buttonhole — will remain up to the bride and her colour scheme, but there are still a few things for each groomsman and the groom to decide.
When it comes to buying a suit, things can get a little pricey and it’s good to know all your options. Although there are many affordable suits out there, Bride will help you decide what is best between buying, hiring,or ordering a tailored suit. To help you in your quest, all grooms and groomsmen should take alook at our Bride Directory, it will help you find the closest supplier and hopefully make the process of finding a suit a little easier for you.
Our expert tips will help you narrow down your search and make the entire process that little bit easier. On your search, look out for the cut and style of each suit your try on. A suit's cut must always be uniform throughout the pants and jacket. Each suit must cater to individual body types, weight and height. Buttons and stitching can also have a huge impact on the overall look of the suit, so keep these in mind too. Shoes and accessories, such as cufflinks, will complete your entire outfit and will need to be matched with the suit itself, and Bride has plenty of options for you to check out.
Grooms and groomsmen will want to look their best on the special day so find some tips for pre-wedding health and skincare in our health and beauty section. For some insight into grooms and groomsmen styles take a look at our grooms gallery for Bride’s favourite suits and their designers.