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Menswear Falls Into Mismatched Trend, Too!

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One of the latest – and most stylish – wedding trends is a mismatched bridal party.  However, you don’t have to limit this unique and customizing look to just the girls.  Men can add some style to their look, too!

Photo courtesy of Vitaliy Photography.

Photo courtesy of Vitaliy Photography.

One simple and subtle, yet different way to let the guys have some fun is to let them wear all different and crazy socks. It adds a unique touch but doesn’t take away from the formality of your wedding party.

Photo courtesy of Christopher Norris Photography.

Photo courtesy of Christopher Norris Photography.

As they saying goes, “boys will be boys!” So let them show off their boyish style and wear different shoes!

Another great way to mix it up is to let the groomsmen pick either a bow tie or a tie to wear instead of picking for them. Plus, we all know that not every guy is a fan of the bow tie!

If you’re having a less formal wedding, contemplate letting the groomsmen wear dress pants, a dress shirt, bow tie and suspenders, while your hubby –to-be sports a vest.  This way the groom still stands out but his pals look equally as interesting.

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Photo courtesy of LMAC Photography.

If your girls are wearing different colors, let the matching groomsmen do the same. They can wear different color boutonnieres to match the ladies or you can go all the way and have their ties and shirts match them too.

Photo courtesy of InLux Photography.

Photo courtesy of InLux Photography.

Photo courtesy of Vitaliy Photography.

Photo courtesy of Vitaliy Photography.

Depending on your fiancé’s style, he may decide that he really wants to look sharp and match you by wearing white. This is definitely another great way to mix it up just a little. Let him wear white, while the groomsmen wear a contrasting color such as black or grey. This look works great too with other color combos, like the groom in grey and his guys in a deep brown.

Photo courtesy of InLux Photography.

Photo courtesy of InLux Photography.

Photo courtesy of Ken Love Photography.

Photo courtesy of Ken Love Photography.

Photo courtesy of David Corey Photography.

Photo courtesy of David Corey Photography.

Perhaps you know that your groomsmen all have an impeccable sense of fashion, so maybe you’ll want to let them choose what they want to wear: all different styles, all different colors or even both!  This may sound a little extreme, but know that if you choose to go this way, no one else will ever have the same exact wedding or picture perfect photographs as you did! It will definitely be something to keep the guests talking long after the big day is over.

Carol-Malick

Photo courtesy of Malick Photo

You may not be a fan of letting them all go crazy, which is totally understandable. Another way to add in some contrast is to let the best man sport a different color than the rest of the guys. Not only does it allow you to introduce another wedding color, it will make his part in your wedding even more special.

Photo courtesy of LMAC Photography.

Photo courtesy of LMAC Photography.

Photo courtesy of BCR Studios by Brad.

Photo courtesy of BCR Studios by Brad.

No matter how wild or tame you want your wedding to be, there’s a way to let your men stand out.

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