For tastes, colors. And for weddings? As well! As far as wedding suits are concerned, the color offer has multiplied in recent years, so that in addition to black, gray and blue can be more original tones. Discover them!
The range of colors is currently very varied, so you’ll have plenty to choose from. Of course, before opting for a color or another have aspects such as the type of ceremony or the time of celebration because, as with party dresses, the tone of the suit may not be the same at a beach wedding that in a religious, or in a link tomorrow that in one afternoon. Do not know what to choose?
1. Black, the most classic bet
The black suits are one of the most traditional options. In addition to refining the silhouette, they are the most elegant, especially in night and indoor spaces. In this sense you will find different proposals in this color, ranging from tuxedos and classic suits to Levites and semilevitas, going through chakés and fracs. And if your “classicism” scares you, you can always use a complement of another more lively tone, that offers a counterpoint: tie, bow tie, handkerchief …
2. Sobriety and elegance in gray
Neutral in essence, this color is a little more informal than black, but also conveys a lot of elegance. It is ideal for day links and at all times of the year. As the weakness of a gray suit can be its neutrality, we advise you to accompany it with accessories that add color. You can get it with a red or burgundy bow tie or with a purple or navy tie, for example. The point is that you feel comfortable with the set.
3. Navy blue: an “all-rounder”
The navy blue is another great classic. Very flattering, it is an “off-road” tone that fits both formal links and more informal weddings. In addition to sitting well with any type of boyfriend, has the advantage of combining perfectly with virtually all colors. If you decide to wear a navy blue suit, we recommend you to wear a white shirt and tie or bow tie in a rather dark tone.
4. We also like lighter blues!
Whether turquoise blue (with a greenish hue), indigo (close to violet) or pastel (very light), bear in mind that these tones feel better to the dark-skinned bride and groom. Very consistent with the current trend, these colors will guarantee you to wear an original wedding suit in more informal daytime links and in open spaces. You will have to combine them with a preferably white shirt and darker accessories, such as navy blue. But they are not the only existing options in this tonality, but you can also find groom suits in a very broad palette of blue blues: steel blue, cobalt blue, Persian blue, Prussian blue, Oxford blue …
5. White claims summer
A white suit is almost exclusive to summer weddings on the beach or in country settings. Difficult to wear for blond boyfriends, it feels great to dark men with rather dark skin. If you marry on the seashore and your fiancée has chosen a short wedding dress or a flowing design, complemented by an informal hairstyle, white will be your best bet. Definitely.
6. The beige: the summer alternative to white
The beige suits are worn mainly in spring-summer and at informal and outdoor weddings. Remember the sand and, therefore, it is ideal if the link will be held on the beach or if you want to emphasize its summer character. However, beige is not entirely successful for boyfriends with very white skin. In addition, to cut your neutrality you should resort to accessories of bright colors, such as a tie or pocket handkerchief in yellow, for example.
7. An authentic dandy dressed in brown
Although it is a color supposedly “difficult”, if it is chosen with care the brown can be very resultón. Associating this color with tweed, a white or beige shirt and a tie in an intense tone, such as orange or fuchsia, you have the winning formula to look like a real dandy and give a definite British touch to your link. If you have thought of decorating ideas for weddings rather country, is a range of color to which you can go without problem. And if you consider that it will offer too much seriousness, you can always bet on a design with the flaps in a contrasted tone.
8. Daring in burgundy or reddish ranges
Original and atypical, both burgundy and reddish tones are a proposal that is worth evaluating. Combined with a thick fabric like tweed, a suit of this color can give a retro touch to your outfit and associate perfectly with a vintage wedding dress. In addition, it favors both blond boys with white skin and dark-skinned dark-skinned boys. A suit of these striking tonalities will almost always be accompanied by a white shirt. A tie with original motifs can be the ideal complement to finish adding uniqueness to the