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Groom Tie Guide: 5 Tips And 25 Examples
Most of grooms today wear a tie, and if you are going to pull off one, this guide is for you. Here we’ll tell you how to choose a proper style, fabric, colors and much more. Let’s start!
Choose the color of your wedding color palette, it’s easy to pick a shade. Talk to your partner about it to look more or less matching. If you have groomsmen, let them wear ties of a different color to make you stand out more, especially if your attire is the same.
It’s best to start with the month the wedding will be held. Fabrics like cotton and linen who are light and breezy are perfect for summery weddings. Other fabrics like wool, tweed, cashmere and different wool blends are more suited for the winter. Rayon, polyester and silk wear well all year round. There are many kinds of silk out there and the quality varies. The best idea is satin, which is glossy and smooth on one side and matte on the other.
This is the most common tie that you’ll see around and it works really well for a wedding. To style your outfit up, choose a sheen finish in a luxurious color to match your wedding’s color scheme. Or for a more contemporary feel opt for a skinny tie to keep you bang on trend. Such a tie is a good idea for any suit: three-piece, two-piece or any fashion look, just consider the colors.
a light beige three-piece tweed suit, a matching floral necktie for a vintage feel
a blue suit with a brown checked waistcoat and a brown woollen necktie plus a patterned handkerchief
a navy three-piece suit, a burgundy printed tie and a baby's breath boutonniere for a fresh touch
a vintage look with a burgundy velvet suit, a beige tweed waistcoat and a moody floral tie
a pure white wedding suit with a white shirt and a grey tie for a touch of color
a navy two-piece wedding suit with a light grey tie and a burgundy floral boutonniere
a navy suit with a grey checked waistcoat and a navy tie plus a lush white floral boutonniere
a modern black suit, a white shirt and a black tie is classics that will fit many wedding styles
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a black printed three-piece suit, a polka dot burgundy tie and a lush floral boutonniere
a grey three-piece suit with a cutout waistcoat, a white shirt and a creamy tie
a bold blue suit, a grey waistcoat and a burgundy wide tie for a bright outfit
The Bow Tie
The bow tie has made a comeback in recent years due largely to vintage themed wedding trends. This is a smart, quirky alternative to a necktie. Traditionally, it used to be worn with a tuxedo but there are plenty of options to modernize it. Choose a bow tie in a different color – perhaps one that matches the wedding theme or your bride’s shoes. You can still wear a tux with a bow tie for a chic and glam look or go for an ultra-modern look with any suit or just pants and a blazer – there are many gorgeous boho ideas to mix and match your attire.
a chic miax and match look with a light blue blazer, dark pants, brown shoes and a matching bow tie
a dark grey suit, a beige waistcoat, a white shirt and a plum-colored bow tie for a vintage feel
a bold blue suit, a white shirt, a white bow tie and brown shoes for a modern bold look
a bright blue suit, a white shirt, suspenders, a bright bow tie and amber shoes
a relaxed look with tan pants, a white shirt, a blue blazer, brown shoes and a belt
a fashionable look with a bright blue three-piece suit, white sneakers and a bright printed bow tie
a bright blue wedding suit, no socks, white sneakers and a coral printed bow tie
a relaxed black and white look with black pants, a white shirt with black buttons and a black bow tie
Also known as an Ascot tie, this a more formal choice that is best paired with a morning suit. This statement piece of neckwear gives a sophisticated and stylish finish that will keep you looking dapper for the duration of the celebrations. Usually worn with an open collar, choose a patterned material to make a bold statement in your wedding photos.
a black morning suit with a white printed waistcoat and a matching cravat
a hipster look with a grey three-piece wedding suit, a white shirt and a polka dot cravat tie
a gormal navy suit with a white shirt and a printed cravat tie for an elegant feel
a chic black morning suit, a pink printed waistcoat and a pink cravat tie for a formal look
a gorgeous morning suit with a navy blazer and grey pants, a white wiastcoat and shirt plus a white cravat