Not every dashing groom needs to wear brights. Mixing and matching neutrals is also an excellent way for a groom to show off his fashionista (or would it be fashionisto?) skills. This groom's natty tweed vest is very professor-chic. Paired with a pair of slim-cut khaki pants and a taupe tie, it looks refined, but casual. His wedding was set in Northern Ireland, and he blended in seamlessly with his surroundings.
Coppley 9718 Black, one-button vented tuxedo with self-edged, floor-level peak lapel. Slim fit. Sizes: Boys’ 2 to men’s 66 Trousers: Flat front 0100 Shirt: White turned down collar shirt WW Tie: Black satin bow tie 59 Vest: Black satin vest F244 Pocket Square: White synergy pocket square P548