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As we caught up with Adrian to chat about his outfit for his classic Newport Substation wedding, he remembers that it was important to wear something truly unique which had been beautifully tailored especially for him to reflect his distinct style. “I was after a classic look for the day. Dressed by Oscar Hunt, my tailored

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Following tradition and opting to wear either a tailored three-piece suit or a debonaire tuxedo with patent leather shoes were never really options for consideration as we discovered as Blake chatted to us about his suave outfit choice for his modern wine store wedding. “I wore a grey/navy jacket with white stitched edging, a navy and

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When deciding upon his outfit for his sweet Fairfield Boathouse wedding, Tim chose dark single breasted tailored suits from Briggins for himself and his three groomsmen. Completing his suave look, Tim wore a silver and white tie whilst his groomsmen opted for jacquard designs in a deep navy hue. Images by Long Way Home Photography

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

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As he looks back on his outfit for his Barwon Heads restaurant wedding, Mark remembers how important it was for him to wear something casual and comfortable – and to accessorize his look with a smart bowtie! “I was not overly fussed about what the boys and I wore on the day but I wanted something

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Image via Ralph Lauren Men’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,

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Moving away from the traditional black, other colours including midnight navy and natural brown match back well to the timeless style of a crisp white shirt and contrasting pocket square as Josh discovered when choosing his outfit for his flower filled winery wedding. “I chose a blue suit with a matching bow-tie and a white shirt.

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For his relaxed Yandina Station wedding, Jamie’s navy outfit, with a subtle, whimsical polka dot bow tie, included tan accents to give it that relaxed, chic country edge which worked back with the rustic theme of the day. “I wore a navy blue suit with a plain white shirt and a tan leather belt and

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The smart combination of patterns and plains that Matt chose for his Dunkeld country wedding added to his suave and relaxed look; the checked pocket square and plaid vest were the on-trend pieces that caught our eye! “I work in advertising as a studio manager therefore I don’t wear that many suits (only on occasions). I also

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Whether it’s casually relaxed or a little more formal, match your outfit back to suit the theme of your wedding just as Anthony did for his Yarra Valley garden wedding. “I wanted something very laid back and informal so we opted for suit pants with a vest and no jacket. It really suited the venue

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Image by Anthea and Lyndon Film and Photography via Modern Canberra Wedding Grooms, scrub up well for your wedding (an unforgettable event – so you want to look your absolute best!) by taking into account our best grooming tips below! Manage your manes – It’s always good to freshen your hair and facial hair before your big

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Choosing your outfit to match back with the wedding theme was an easy decision for Dan as he looks back on how he styled his look for his sixties soiree wedding. “My outfit was from Jack London; it was a grey slim fit design to match in with the 60’s style of our wedding.” Images by Alana

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Reminiscing about his Canberra garden wedding, Nathan advises that if shopping just isn’t your thing, consider visiting a department store – where your entire outfit can put together in just one visit! “The thing you should know about me is that I dislike shopping, especially clothes shopping so selecting a suit was always going to

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Choosing a simple and elegant tailored suit is the ideal choice – particularly if you have left things to the last minute as Devaire did when deciding upon his outfit for his bright fiesta wedding! “I left my suit to the end, in typical man-fashion. I wanted something simple, so they were extremely easy to find.

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Image by Marcus Flack Summer 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

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