Fashion

Perfect Accessories To Bring Together a Groom’s Suit

When it comes to wedding planning, detail is everything. Of course, the bridal party are going to be getting a lot of attention during this time. However, it takes two to get married, so the the groom and his suit absolutely need some well-deserved attention too. Just because the suit has been picked, you don’t have to stop there. There are plenty of touches you can add so the groom can be looking good, and feeling good.

Cufflinks

A great place to start is the cufflinks. They can have such a simple, but noticeable, impact on a shirt. A touch of gold or silver here and there can add a touch of elegance to a white shirt. Or the cufflinks could be an opportunity for the groom and his groomsmen to have a bit of fun. Say for instance if they all have a hobby, like golf or music or even just going out for beers together. The cufflink could be in a certain shape to represent this. It’s not something that each and every guest will notice but it’s something that can unite the groomsmen.

Pocket Squares

Pocket Squares
Cufflinks
An easy way to add a splash of colour to the classic black and white suit is a pocket square. It’s a simple way of co-ordinating the groom with the rest of the wedding’s colour palette. Don’t be fooled by its size, there are so many styles you can choose from. It doesn’t have to a block print of colour, it can also be a pattern to make a pocket pop. You’ll look back on the photos and will be amazed at how much that small piece of fabric makes such a big difference in the photos.

Watches

Watches
Similar to the cufflinks, it can add a simple touch of elegance to an outfit. Also, you need to remember it doesn’t necessarily have to be just for the wedding day. It can be a gift that the groom treasures for the rest of his life. With Henry London you can personalise a watch, which will suit your exact style, and make an impact for the groom’s wedding look. It can compliment, or even contrast, an outfit. Plus with a watch, the groom isn’t going to be late for his own wedding.

Grooming

Grooming
It should go without saying the groom needs to indulge in some decent grooming before his big day. According to a style expert a wedding day is the best time for a man to feel totally comfortable dressing up. An easy way of feeling at home in a suit is feeling more comfortable in their own skin. They can start off small: picking a hairstyle they like, or making sure their beard is looking fresh.