I know it might seem ridiculously early to be thinking about 2015 already but in the fashion world seasons are thought of months and months in advance. The bridal catwalks for 2015 have just finished and the big trends have been released.
Let’s break them down into bite-size manly chunks. And don’t worry we haven’t forgot the men’s cravats or wedding attire!
From the glamour of 20s Gatsby up to the flamboyant 70s, vintage and retro glamour is all go for weddings. This means skinny ties and slim cut suits if you’re channelling a 60s feel with your bride in a fabulous full-skirted gown. For the 20s/30s there are deep V-Neck dresses with slim cut skirts and beautiful lace. For you, the Gatsby inspired theme is a super sharp three-piece suit and slick hair.
If you fancy an American Hustle 70s themed wedding, please send us an invite as we’d love to see this in action! Here you can go for the big collars and brown suits with fab yellow flowers as accents. This might not be to everyone’s taste though so be careful that it doesn’t look too fancy dress party. If 70s is your thing, perhaps go for retro inspired décor and stick to modern outfits.
This ties into the 20s Gatsby theme if your bride is going with a vintage and an embellished number but these sparkles can be made modern with flowing silhouettes and tiny gems to create a sophisticated boho feel. For this trend, we don’t suggest going for an all out crystal embellished morning suit, don’t worry. Perhaps leave this one up to her!
This can be encorporated into the décor much more easily that your personal wedding attire so why not try embellished table runners for a really opulent feel? Or suggest this to your bride to be for some serious future husband points.
As seen on the catwalks by designers such as Monique Lhuillier and Veronica Shaefer (ask your Mrs.), pastels were everywhere. They’ve been a huge trend for both menswear and womenswear for years now, when springtime rolls around, so do pastel colours. This season coordinate with your bride with pastel hues of mint, lemon, pale pink and lavender. Wedding ties and cravats can be easily picked up in coordinating pastels and look great juxtaposed against a grey suit.
This is a really pretty theme and looks fab encorporated into the whole of them wedding. Try pastel flowers and invitations if you don’t fancy going the whole hog with a pastel pink suit!
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