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Grooms Attire: Tips and Ideas for Choosing A Perfect Suit

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Author: Georgina Clatworthy

Perhaps you are lucky enough to be marrying a man capable enough of choosing his own wedding attire and choosing well, without your help. But do you feel confident enough to let him loose and make such a big decision for himself?

If you are confident of his dress sense and that he will choose a perfect suit for himself and his groomsmen, it may be worthwhile making sure by having your own input on his attire. Tell him it will help you relax, knowing exactly what he has chosen! He could be pleased to have some advice!

As the bride is the most important woman, the groom is the most important man at the wedding and he has to look the part! Don't be tempted into saving money by buying a cheap suit for the groom, it will nearly always look bad and could make you look bad along with it.

As most men hate shopping, do some homework and make a note of his size, his preferred colors and if a suit or more formal morning attire would be his style. Try and get him to try on at least three different suits in different styles, so you can both gauge what works and what doesn't. Don't forget to add in ties/cravats, shoes and top hats for morning suits.

Dark grey suits are the most popular choice for a groom but you can live it up with a bright tie or cravat. Consider a patterned waistcoat aswell.

A morning suit with top hat and tails are still a popular choice, particularly for a formal, traditional wedding. Here it is usual for the groomsmen to wear the same suit and accessories.

Kilts are popular choices for those with a Scottish or Celtic heritage and can be specially made with your choice of tartan. Likewise members of the armed forces may wish to wear dress uniforms for their weddings.

A good gift for the best man and ushers would be good quality cufflinks, tie or cravat pins. You could get them engraved and present them in box to show your appreciation for their help. You may also wish to give the groom an expensive pair of cufflinks as a wedding gift.

Formal grooms' attire such as morning suits can be hired from many high street gents outfitters. If you are going for a suit you may wish to buy a good quality suit from a reputable retailer which could be re-worn for future occasions.

About the author: Georgina Clatworthy is a dedicated full time writer who composes informative articles related to wedding favors and wedding. She is connected with , today's leading wedding social networking planning site.

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