What to wear as a groom part 6

What to wear as a groom

What to wear as a groom part 6

What to wear as a groom, less formal options, number 6:

Last but not the least, as an important detail, you should go with over the calf socks, because having hairy calves on your wedding day is never a good look in wedding pictures, so get over the calf ones that stay up.

What to wear as a groom, less formal options, number 7:

If a suit seems too formal to you, you can take it a notch down, maybe wear a blazer combination, maybe with a pair of chinos but something that is still dressier. In terms of formality, you do not want to look too different from your partner so if she wears a long wedding dress, you do not want to come with just a dress shirt and no jacket on, because that would just look odd.

What to wear as a groom if you are having a destination wedding:

Of course, always keep your surroundings in mind. If you are in the mountains, you probably want to wear something more traditional such as a stroller suit or a tuxedo because otherwise, you would be too cold.

 What to avoid doing and wearing, as a groom, number 1:

Sneakers or jeans are not something that will make you look good so skip those. The same is true for flip-flops and sandals.

What to avoid doing and wearing, as a groom, number 2:

Do not show up ungroomed. Clip your fingernails and make sure there are no hangnails. Get a nice shave, maybe even with your wedding party, make sure your eyebrows are well groomed and there is no hair coming out of your nose and your ears. It is also best to get a haircut right beforehand because then you look really dapper.

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