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I Love My Groom While I Don’t Love His Dress Sense.

William Garrett

Whilst you may put up ­­with dodgy trainers, ill-fitting jeans
and jumpers that should have been binned in the late 90s on a
Sunday, there is no excuse for sartorial slip ups on your big
day.

 

Lucinda Turner, Brides’ lifestyle and fashion
stylist has the lucky job of styling lots of male models but has
also helped countless ‘real men’ find their ‘one’. She says:

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GROOMS’ FASHION

This will be one of the most photographed days of your lives
together, and although novelty socks may come and go, these
pictures will be around forever. With that in mind, urge your groom
to go for something classic that will stand the test of time. That
way you’re not insulting his current style, just being mindful of
the longevity of his look. Does he have a sister whose style you
admire? Encourage her to go shopping with him, and don’t forget
to show him the groom gallery.

A bespoke tailor – although an excellent choice for some – can
be intimidating for a fashion-phobic bloke, so point him in the
direction of the high street. Brands such as Ted Baker, Reiss,
Topman and M&S’s Best of British collection offer sleek,
contemporary, off-the-peg suits to suit every taste (most
importantly, yours!).

SUMMER FRAGRANCES FOR BRIDES AND GROOMS