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In recent years we are living a revolution and how men, also in men’s wedding fashion, climbed to the catwalk to present increasingly groundbreaking and daring proposals.
Some time ago it was unthinkable to find patterns in groom suits. However, at present, plaids, prints houndstooth and Prince of Wales have become genuine trend and break strongly in the men’s collections.
In recent years, as the seasons passed, we have been seeing low pants shortened, especially with the emergence of cigarettes to be narrowing as they reach the ankle.
Levites slim fit:
A boyfriend bet on his coat rather than the traditional American is a hoot all.
In addition, they take notched lines, with precise cuts and well elaborate patterns that somehow outline the male silhouette with narrow waists and broad shoulders behind.
Brocades, velvet and metallics:
The innovative or unconventional sets the tone in menswear to go through the altar.
Well, it is not only prints, clothes or cuts, but also the tissues are renewed or range of materials used is extended.
So brocades, velvet for winter weddings or metallized afternoon or evening (please do not use a shiny suit for the day) are introduced into the masculine tailoring and new textures that rival in the spotlight with more traditional.
Gray, blue and white:
If the dark tones and, of course, the black color have been the absolute dominant male bridal scene, the winds of change also dare to revolutionize the color palette.
In 2016, in addition to prints, suits the groom and groomsmen take on various shades of gray, blue and with white details. But always, in all collections, we continue to find the eternal black suit.
Tie or bow tie:
As with girlfriends, accessories or attachments they are also essential in the male bridal outfit.
Waistcoats, cufflinks, watches, boutonnieres, scarves flap and, of course, ties. But according to the latest trends dictate, ties give up part of prominence to corbatines or bow ties.