• Dan Evans Photography.

A year in review: suits

By Bride and Groom 07 January 2019

After flicking through the pages of the 2018 editions of Bride and Groom Magazine, we are counting down our favourite looks for grooms and their groomsmen.

10. Keep it simple with chinos, crisp white shirts and bow ties from Matt O'Keeffe Mensland, Shepparton. 

Prue Peters Photography.

​​​​​9. A salmon pink jacket is the perfect way to ensure the groom standouts out from his groomsmen.

Leticia Lopes Photography.

8. Simple yet stylish gey suits perfectly complement this neutral bridal party. 

Liz Arcus Photography.

7. Adding a jacket from Joe Paul Menswear, Shepparton over a vest creates a dapper ensemble for the groom. 

Dan Evans Photography.

6. A bright blue and maroon combo pairs perfectly with tan chinos.  

Lisa Nardella Photography.

5. Maroon is the colour of the moment when it comes to weddings, while suspenders are a simple way to spruce up the groomsmen ensemble. 

Pepperberry Photography.

4.  Make a statement with a light blue jacket for the groom Identity Menswear, Shepparton.

Amina Barolli Photography.

3. Tan chinos and navy vests are a match made in heaven with polka dot ties for the groomsmen and a statement tie for the groom.

Fern and Stone Photography.

2. There is nothing more fitting for a wedding than a classic black suit, but paired with patterned bow ties takes this look to the next level.

Fabio Oliveira.

1. Autumnal tones are a romantic suit option and this combination of dark green, maroon and tan is to die for.

Jamile Kirri Photography.

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