Winter Weddings – Groomswear Edition

Winter Weddings Groomswear Edition

It’s Hallak’s winter weddings groomswear edition. When you think of wedding fashion, it is easy to think ‘wedding gowns’. However, there is more to wedding fashion than bridal dresses.

While people do care about what men wear on their wedding day, most of the attention and focus is often on the bride and her attire. In traditional weddings, the bride’s dress is seen as the center of attention and is considered to be a symbol of the couple’s commitment to each other. Over the last few decades, grooms are increasingly paying more attention to their own attire and making personal and stylish choices for their wedding day. 

Groomswear Options

The groom and groomsmen have several option winter wedding fashion options to choose from. Of course, it’s important to take into consideration personal style, cultural traditions, wedding theme, and more. Here are a ideas:

  1. Traditional tuxedo or suit – Consider a classic, formal look. This  attire is typically a black or navy jacket with matching trousers, a white shirt, and a bowtie or necktie. Of course, you can add a pop of color to embrace wedding colors. Top off with a proper overcoat.

  2. Destination wedding attire – Escaping your area’s cold winter? Do yourself the favor and choose light and airy clothing. Depending on when and where you’ll be celebrating, you’ll want breathable fabrics. Linen, seersucker suits, short-sleeved shirts, and light-colored shoes are all idea.

  3. Rustic or bohemian wedding attire – Try a relaxed, earthy wardrobe that is suitable for a more laid-back, outdoor wedding. Think denim shirts, suspenders, and brown leather shoes. As it’s winder, you may want to choose a heavier lined jacket, sweater, and/or layers.

  4. Military uniform – For grooms who are active or former military personnel, they can opt to wear their dress uniform as a symbol of their service.

Wedding Fashion Care

It is rare that you purchase clothing that fits you. And it shouldn’t. We are meant to buy garments – and then have them tailored to fit our bodies. This simple reminder should make shopping a little bit easier. Hint – Hallak offers tailoring and alterations at both locations. (How nice is that?)

Prior to your wedding, you may be in need of tailoring and/or restyling of your fashion. If you are rewearing or renting items, a pre-wedding cleaning may also be a priority. 

After our big day, schedule your pick-up for post-wedding care. Hallak’s team will be sure to clean and finish your fashion. We are a trusted name among fashion enthusiasts, designer garment boutiques, and designers. 

Last Thoughts on Winter Weddings Groomswear 

In addition to looking your best, it is important that you take into consideration what weather you may be dealing with. Rain, snow…these can easily ruin a look without some preparation. 

The winter season usually requires heavier and warmer clothing materials, such as wool, cashmere, or flannel, which are ideal for keeping cozy.  Of course, you may be dancing so layers are key! Winter fashion for men also often features darker colors, such as black, grey, and navy, which are practical for hiding any winter weather stains and dirt. As many of you already know, salt can wreak havoc on pant hems and other garments.

In addition to providing warmth, winter wedding groomswear fashion also can incorporate functional features such as waterproofing, wind-resistant materials, and fur trim. Fortunately, there are plenty of cold-weather friendly footwear designed with thicker soles and insulation to keep the feet warm and dry. Just make sure they are stylish OR you have something more stylish to change into. 

Schedule your free pick-up today by calling (212) 832-0750, use our pick-up form or download the Hallak app.

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