Fall Wedding Style for the Uncommon Groom

    Sure, every man looks good in a classic tux. But I for one am here for all the grooms out there breaking away from the typical black-and-white attire. For the fall wedding specifically, a proverbial feast for the senses, I’m feeling a self-possessed man who is not afraid of color, texture, or pattern. So turn on Queer Eye, and check out these fall style ideas for the extraordinary groom.

    Patterned shirt

    fall groom style patterned shirt

    For a simple way to spice up your wedding look, rock a patterned shirt instead of a plain colored one. Choose a floral pattern specifically to up the romance factor. (We’re not mad about that pocket square either.)

    Burgundy

    burgundy fall groom style

    Photo by Cassie Rosch

    Mimic the deep colors of the season with a beautiful burgundy suit.

    Velvet jacket

    We would drape ourselves in velvet if it were socially acceptable. Careful though, your partner won’t be able to keep her hands off.

    Jewel tones

    Bring out those beautiful eyes with a brilliant jade, emerald, or sapphire suit or jacket.

    Floral tie

    floral tie fall wedding groom attire

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    Add just a pop of personality to a classic look with a gorgeous patterned tie.

    Tweed

    tweed fall groom wedding style

    Photo by Sinnes Fotografie

    Cozy up for the cool weather in a tweed suit or jacket. Trust us, the sexy professor look is never going out of style.

    Plaid suit

    plaid suit fall wedding style groom

    Photo by Archetype Studio

    Once those leaves start changing it’s time to bring out the plaid. But stick to monochromatic patterns, otherwise you’ll risk looking more Kentucky Derby than fall wedding chic.

    All-black

     

    all black fall wedding attire groom

    Photo by Let’s Frolic Together

    An immaculate all-black look is perfect for a dramatic fall wedding.

    Open neck and cardigan

    fall wedding style cardigan groom

    Katie Stoops Photography

    For more casual weddings, layer a nice hardy sweater in with your shirt and jacket. It’ll keep you looking warm and feeling good.

    More inspiration: Fall Wedding Ideas That Celebrate the Season

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