The spotlight will be shining brightly on you on your wedding day, but don't forget about the person standing next to you: your groom! He'll want to look as good as you do, so help him out with some wedding style pointers. These days anything goes—just look to your own gown for inspiration. Keep in mind the time of day and setting of your impending nuptials; if your wedding is on a beach, a tuxedo will look like overkill, just like a white linen suit will look out of place in a grand ballroom. Tails (also called "white tie attire") are reserved for the most formal evening weddings, morning suits for the most formal morning occasions. And there are lots of varieties of suits from casual to formal (tuxedos are appropriate for black tie weddings) to anything in-between. There's plenty to learn when it comes to men's wedding fashion (I won't even go into lapels), but I'll leave you with these words of wisdom: The pleats of his cummerbund, should he choose to wear one, always point upward, and his tie should never match his pocket square!
Groom's GuidePosted by Martha Stewart Weddings
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