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Men's Formal Wear

men's formal wear

It is always a great idea to consider men's formal wear shop for a wedding day. No matter if your Smoky Mountain wedding is elegant or understated, make sure that the groom looks his best by visiting a professional menswear shop.

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Smoky Mountain Men's Formal Wear

Shopping for stylish men's attire for a wedding day can be a real challenge for most grooms. While most eyes turn to the bride on the wedding day, the groom needs his fair share of attention. Formal men's wear and tuxedo shops know how to pick outfits that will make any groom look handsome on a wedding day, no matter the style, trend, or location.

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Navy Suit

There is no denying that a navy suit is a classic groom outfit. Want to add a glamorous twist to this outfit? Make it a three-piece suit or add in a black bow tie to glam it up even more. Thinking more casual? How about a floral tie for simple summer nuptials?

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Neutrals

Compliment both the bride and an outdoor venue in soft neutrals. Thinking of a summer wedding? Lighter suit options in neutral tones are sure to keep a groom cool and comfortable. Think about a linen suit for a casual silhouette appearance.

V.

Classic Black

There's no denying that a black tux is a dapper look, and it's a classic look that will never go out of style. Black suits or tuxes are generally reserved for indoor wedding affairs where the bride, bridal party, family, and guests are dressing to the nines.

II.

Prints, Patterns, and Textures

Grooms can have fun with suits. Prints and patterns for accessories, pants, and shirts are a great way to stand out. Add a floral pocket square or checkered shirt. What about texture? Think of a suit made of wool or velvet to make a bold statement on a wedding day.

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Mismatched

The mismatched suit allows colors and patterns to combine. It's a great way to give the groom freedom outside of rigid business clothes. Think about mixing pastel colors, brown shoes, loafers, and shirts to fit the season of the wedding day.

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The Groom in White

There is not a rule that the groom can't wear white! A white suit is a fresh idea. Looking to stand out? Pair a white suit with a white shirt and brown shoes. For a more upscale look, add in a white bow tie. Or even skip any tie for a casual outfit for less formal affairs.

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