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5 Top Wedding Outfit Trends Grooms Have Been Sporting in 2021
This one is for the grooms. Here’s a look at what the men were wearing as they waltzed towards their happily-ever-after.
For decades, the classic black suit or tuxedo has dominated wedding suit trends, but as grooms are getting more experimental and expressive in their dressing, we are seeing the men dress up in suits featuring more variety in colours and patterns, and even in traditional wedding attires, now more than ever as weddings get more intimate and personal in 2021.
To take a look at what grooms in 2021 are wearing for their big day, and to gather some ideas on how you can spruce up your wedding suit for the new year, we’ve put together the top five wedding looks grooms sported this year for their big day.
1. Classic Black Suits
Let’s face it, black suits or tuxedo suits never get old. They are classic, elegant and suave. Whether you dress them up with a fancy bowtie or keep it casual and smart-looking by going without a tie, a black suit will look perfect for a wedding of any size.Suit from Suit Supply, from Phoebe and Paul’s Bright and Colourful Garden Wedding at Raffles Singapore by Arture Photography Suit from from Joanne and Russell’s Magical Horseback Wedding at Capella Singapore by Pixioo
2. Navy Suits
For grooms who’d like to sport a different colour suit but are not comfortable with bright colours or prints, a navy suit offers the perfect middle ground between classic and trying something new. Like a black suit, grooms can choose to go formal with a bow tie or keep it casual without sporting one.Suit from SuitYourself, from Dionne and Wei Zhe’s Charming, Light-Filled Wedding at Andaz Singapore by Bottled Groove Photography Suit from Lai En Tailor, from Geraldine and Sheldon’s Elegant Solemnisation at VUE at OUE Bayfront by Not Pixelated
3. White or Beige Suits
White or beige suits are great if you’re looking to complement your bride’s white wedding gown. Like the classic black suit, it is elegant and timeless.Suit from Assemble, from Phyllis and Leslie’s Lush, Light-Filled Wedding at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering by Kai from Kai Picture Suit from Common Suits, from Yan Rong and Jonathan’s Garden Wedding at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore by Highest Kite Weddings Suit from Inno Events, from Fareeha and Hafiz’s Intimate COVID-19 Wedding at Warehouse 16 and The [email protected] by Mavericks Wedding
Who said grooms can’t sport fun and bright coloured outfits for their wedding? Be bold and go all the way with bright colours or prints (or both!) or keep it safe with neutral colours and prints, and let your personality shine on the biggest day of your life.Suit from The Flamingo Suits, from Sheena and Vivegan’s Stellar at 1-Altitude Wedding With Bold Florals by Thomas Tan Photography Suit from Jesse & Son, from Serene and Louis’s Charming and Romantic Wedding at CHIJMES Hall Singapore by Natalie Wong Photography
5. Traditional Outfits
In 2021, we are seeing more couples choosing to don traditional wedding outfits for their wedding and we think it’s great to know that modern couples are getting in touch with their cultures and heritage. Plus, it adds a unique and meaningful touch to their big day.Javanese beskap from Myrna Myura, Jakarta, from Siti and Husaini’s Elegant and Ethereal Clifford Pier Solemnisation by Colossal Weddings Tang Suit from The Red Wedding, from Brenda and Matthew’s Romantic Wedding at Sinfomia Ristorante by Andri Tei Photography Chang pao from Joanne and Russell’s Magical Horseback Wedding at Capella Singapore by Pixioo
Credits: Feature image from Calista and Christopher’s Beautiful Wedding at Tirtha Uluwatu Bali by Illuminen.
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