Like a wedding dress, the groom’s attire helps set the tone and style for the wedding day. The groom’s outfit helps to dictate whether the wedding has a relaxed beach vibe, a party atmosphere, or a formal air of sophistication. A lot of work goes into selecting the perfect jacket, locating a stunning tie, or finding the right pair of fresh new kicks. We love that our grooms put care and attention into their ensembles, and continually prove themselves as style icons.
Taking a look at some of our past grooms, we paired several distinctive looks with famous cities across America. Check out the styles below and tell us what type of groom you are!
Look #1: The French Quarter (New Orleans, LA) – French inspired fashion, with a classic jazz music vibe.
Look #2: The White House (Washington D.C.) – A groom who wears his military service uniform on his wedding day – you can’t get much sharper than that!
Look #3: Beach Fancy (San Diego, CA) – The combination of good weather, flip flops, no tie, and a relaxed daytime suit.
Look #4: The Green Entrepreneur (Portland, OR) – Culturally inspired by art, business, music, and microbrews. A tailored look with a creative twist.
Look #5: The Dressy Cowboy (Tulsa, OK) – Add a little kick to the traditional cowboy by adding a classic bow tie.
Look #6: The Southern Prep (Charleston, SC) – Traditional, with a flair! Bright colors (Clemson Orange), stripes, bold patterns, pocket squares and a whiskey on the rocks.
Look #7: City of Champions (Boston, MA) – Beantown blends history, education, and sports into one cool look.
Look #8: The Windy City Man (Chicago, IL) – Sophisticated metropolitan fashion with a small town, cozy vibe.
Look #9: Mr. LA (Santa Monica, CA) – A luxury, slim fit that complements a celebrity culture and iconic beach weather.
Look #10: The Music Scene (Nashville, TN) – Grand Ol’ Opry country style meets new school, DIY trends.
Look #11: Kahu Lio (Groom) (Honolulu, HI) – No jacket needed for a romantic Hawaiian getaway.
Look #12: The Family Man (Salt Lake City, UT) – A youthfully inspired, peaceful and clean look.
Look #13: The Southwestern Artist (Santa Fe, NM) – A rustic and independent style, with slightly offbeat and artistic undertones.
Look #14: Mr. VIP (Las Vegas, NV) – Keeping style and entertainment at the forefront, with a party attitude.
Look #15: The Shiny Apple (Manhattan, NY) – Where polished sophistication and luxury meets performing arts.
Look #16: The Magic Man (Miami, FL) – Fresh, dramatic and stylish threads, and a touch of the “Strut it like you mean it” attitude.
Look #17: The Vineyard (Napa Valley, CA) – The wine lover’s look, infusing purple and gold tones with a business casual flair.
Look #18: The ATL (Atlanta, GA) – The terms Hotlanta refers to the style, not the weather. A smooth, classy look with an urban frame of mind.
Look #19: Seattle – An active and urban style with a tech savvy, intelligent twist.
Look #20: The Silicon Valley (San Jose, CA) – High-tech innovators, with an affluent Stanford University influence.
Look #21: Keeping it “Weird” (Austin, TX) – A live music, laid back, hippie influenced style where anything “cool” goes.
Look #22: Mr. Paris of the West (San Francisco, CA) – A cosmopolitan, swanky and artistic style, with a cultured attitude.
Look #23: The Cape (Cape Cod, MA) – Where casual meets formal, and pinstripes meet plaid.
Look #24: Mr. Mile- High (Denver, CO) – Outdoorsy elegance with a structured, contemporary edge.