This Groom is obviously not a beginner on sartorial matters. He wears a silver -grey 2piece suit with cream waistcoat pairedg the right Shirt and matching Tie. Do you guys notice that he left his jacket unbuttoned while seated? But the icing on the cake is his choice of shoe, A two-toned brown double Monkstrap shoe. The style council certifies you FIT.
As I stared at this Groom with intention of finding a flaw,the more I noticed the beauty in his simplicity.Who ever thought that a black bowtie paired with a pocket square of same tone with the suit will make a simple white shirt look so elegant?
Wow! This brother is surely blessed amongst women here. Anyway I love the purple theme which he used his accessories to embelish properly but my concern here is the suit. Guys when you are wearing a 3piece combo like this here make sure you leave the buttons open to show the waistcoat…The style council recommends this look for a check-up.
Ooookk! I need someone to show me who the groom is in this picture. I have advised grooms on several occasions to always look for something (preferably an accessory) that stands you out from your bestman / groomsmen, you don’t want a guest handing over your cheque gift to another person on that day do you?
Dear groom, your wedding day is not a day that you should be looking over-decorated this way…leave that to the bride. The bowtie fits wrongly on the shirt and then you have this corsage struggling with the pocket square, it won’t have hurt to just do away with the puffed pocket square and opt for a more presidential fold. The Style Council recommends that any groom who plans to dress this way must visit the Style-Clinic come for a check-up before their special day