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Groom Fashion

Now that the ‘stormy weather’ is well and truly upon our winter’s doorstep, we are swooning over the debonair collection of Francesco Maglia men’s umbrellas from Trunk Tailors. Handmade using time-honoured techniques, each umbrella is truly unique – with a decidedly stylish masculine touch. When skies are grey, keep one handy to uphold your sartorial – and even

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We have long loved the sophisticated gowns of Melbourne designers One Day Bridal and 2017 heralds a brand new launch for the label that has been all about the woman. Today, meet Mr Day .Completely in line with the modern edge of the One Day brand, Mr Day shows off beautifully designed men’s accessories that are

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Image by Jessica Prince Photography via Alana and James’ Italian Style Abbotsford Convent Wedding.The dress, the flowers, the hair and the shoes; it can seem like the spotlight is on the bride on your wedding day! A well-fitting, super suave suit will ensure you’ll be able to share the limelight too!First and foremost, before buying a suit

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Image by Tessa J. Photography  How could you possibly allow all your groomsmen’s personalities to shine when they are all dressed the same? 2017 is bringing back the mismatched groomsmen trend in full force.The mix-match trend has been a popular choice for bridesmaids so why shouldn’t our dapper groomsmen follow suit.To pull off the look without going

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A chic suit is unforgettable and the brand new Autumn/Winter ’17 collection from Premium by Jack & Jones, launching in Australia for the first time, is all about modern tailoring with adaptable styling.For the suave groom, this means you can mix and match different elements to suit your own personal style. Think slim to regular

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Why should brides and bridesmaids have all the fashionable fun? We’ve scoured the recent Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) runways to find the latest men’s wedding suit ideas for Autumn/Winter 2017 grooms and their groomsmen.Boring black suits begone. The blue suit – particularly in midnight, cobalt and royal hues – is still having a moment.

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Image via Ralph LaurenMen’s formalwear in 2017 sees a blast from the past as well as ultra-contemporary themes; trends to look out for include double breasted jackets, draped pants, denim, slim fit suits and colour matching socks.Double breasted jackets – First introduced in the ‘30s, the double breasted jacket originally had six buttons, with three

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Image by Marcus FlackSummer is the season when men get to break a lot of the traditional fashion rules. Even for those who are fully immersed in the business world, summer presents a host of opportunities to break away from the rigid expectations of professional dress.Work days end earlier, lending themselves to more happy hours, beach

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Image via Ralph LaurenHow did the preppy style come about? It originated from a subculture of upper class youths in northeastern America, fifty years or so ago. Most of the youths attended universities of the prestigious Ivy League, like Brown, Harvard and Yale, and their dress sense consisted of clean and classic tailored pieces with

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Image via M J BaleGents, let’s face it: if you wear it right, a traditional black tux looks incredibly dashing. But it can also a little overdone, and for a wedding that’s all about you and your bride, you should give mixing it up a go. Even if you reinvent a little of it, at

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Image by Soda PhotographyThis year seems to have been the one for groom styling to really have made its mark; we’ve seen some wonderful – and oh so stylish- trends from Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (loving the inclusion of waistcoats this Summer!) and some equally show stopping accessories.So we were all swooning over the absolutely

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Image by A Bear a Deer and a Fox via Chloe and Tim’s Jervis Bay Waterside WeddingFrom miniature cacti to bright red chilies, boutonnieres (or buttonhole flowers on your lapel) are a great way to make a statement. But before we get started, let’s find out where it all started.A quick online search has told me that

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Hoping to persuade your fiance to move away from the basic black tux on your wedding day? Straight from Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, this season there’s plenty of suit inspiration for the man of the hour and his groomsmen. For daytime, outdoors and Spring/Summer celebrations, blue suits, particularly in varying tones, are still having their day.

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Image via BridesWant to look very dapper and on-trend both at the same time? Behold our top five looks of 2016 flaunted by celebrity grooms on their wedding day (what’s more, we provide you with almost identical key pieces from their outfits to make it easy for you to achieve that red carpet style!)Gary Clark

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Every year at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week you can count on the MR Designer Runway show to provide a grand preview of forthcoming spring/summer trends in men’s fashion. This year, designers Arthur Galan, Aquila, Calibre, Dom Bagnato, Godwin Charli and MJ Bale had no trouble impressing onlookers with their formal wear. Highlights included cropped pants, three-piece

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