The latest in groomsmen style trends

The latest in groomsmen style trends

This season, we say goodbye to boring, one-dimensional suits and welcome more creative pairings, with a hefty side of personality. Have a look at some of our favourite groomsmen style trends, sure to make its way down an aisle near you:

Cream-coloured suits

The groom and his groomsmen can steal the spotlight in cream suits, which offers a balance of soft romance and tailored masculinity.

 

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Bold boutonnieres

Spring is the perfect time to incorporate a pop of colour into your look. Celebrate the season with a bold boutonniere. It will contrast your otherwise simple suit perfectly!

 

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Vibrant florals

Florals will never not be a trend during the Spring season. Incorporate this print into your look by wearing a floral shirt or tie, or, if you want to go all out, why not try a floral suit?

 

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Linen

Keep cool in lighter tones like cream, grey, or dusty blue. This lightweight fabric is the perfect choice for an upcoming wedding in the warmer months.

 

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By Larissa Vermeulen

Feature image: Wesley Vorster Photography

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