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Winter Wedding Trends For Men

Wednesday 10th May 2017
If you’re choosing to get married in the cooler months, particularly in Melbourne, you may consider opting for a different look. Winter outfits tend to be heavier, darker and more layered, so an overcoat or vest may be a nice way to look elegant and keep warm at the same time. Carl Navé shares his top 4 winter wedding trends for men.
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Some of our favourite wedding trends revolve around the classic, in particular Scottish origin with a contemporary twist. It doesn’t get any more majestic than a tweed or herringbone blazer. There are a range of different tones to choose from, including brown, grey, taupe or light blue, depending on your winter wedding theme. These classic looks are very regal and will set your groomsmen a part from everyone else in the room, not to mention the fabric will keep you nice and toasty on a cool winters day.


Looking for a suit with a luxe factor? You should consider a rich velvet jacket for a sharp and sophisticated look. Velvet jackets have made a real come back in the last couple of years thanks to Tom Ford and his love of the 1970s. Luxurious velvets in deep green, tones of burgundy and of course black make for a very special look that will make your groom shine. Pair it with a black bow tie and you’re sure to make a statement.


2016 was the year of the Navy suit trend, and it’s not changing anytime soon. Yet the tone of navy seems to be moving more towards a darker shade, rather than the bright navy, which makes for a perfect choice for the winter wedding. A subtle change from a black suit, the navy suit can really do no wrong – it suits all shades of skin tones and is a fresh, modern take on a classic look. Add a pair of tan brogues to your navy ensemble and you are set to impress!

‘Fun’ socks 

Wearing ‘fun’ socks under the groomsmen suits is one sure way to lighten up the mood on the day and showcase the individual’s quirky personality that lies beneath. When choosing the right ‘fun’ socks to wear on the big day, there are no rules,  no need to match – the brighter and heavily patterned the better.  Think of the photo ops!

Wednesday 10th May 2017