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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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To complement the dreamy garden setting, Pete chose a tailored suit in navy and a crisp white shirt for his romantic Summerlees wedding.“I wore a fitted three-piece navy suit which I bought at a boutique in the city as I wanted something a little different from the suits on sale in the larger stores. Vintage

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What to wear in summer? Black can often look too heavy in the heat – whilst a light grey or linen may not be formal enough. The answer could be the very on-trend ‘navy’ as Ben discovered as he chose his outfit for his seaside Sorrento wedding.“I wore a blue Roger David suit and an

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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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When deciding on his outfit for his outdoor winery wedding, Andrew knew what he wanted – he just couldn’t find it!“From the very beginning I knew that I wanted a three piece grey suit. It was quite hard finding one that would fit my body shape as I am very broad in the shoulders. I

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When choosing his outfit for his Melbourne art gallery wedding, it was important for Aaron to choose a suit that he could wear again.“I wore a dark blue slim tailored fit suit from Country Road. I was originally looking for a dark grey suit but when I tried on the dark blue suit, it was subtly different

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As Jed looks back on his garden restaurant wedding, he remembers that things were all of a bit of blur as he was nervously awaiting the time he would perform the song he had written for his beautiful bride Whitney.“When Whitney first came out and walked into my sight the reality of the situation all

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If the traditional jacket and tie doesn’t fit in with who you are, choose an outfit that you are relaxed in and are happy wearing as Josh remembers when selecting his suit for his chic country wedding.“The boys and I wore navy suits from Roger David. I wanted to avoid the traditional black suit and

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When thinking about outfits for your big day, leaving things until the last minute can cause a bit of a panic as Mitchell remembers as he looks back on his summer Stones of the Yarra Valley wedding.“I left the organising of the groomsmen attire a little late, missing the boat for a custom made outfit.

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Image by Camilla Kirk Photography via Amy & Sam’s Spring Ewingsdale Hall WeddingIf you’re considering a gift for your groom and want something that will stand the test of time (excuse the pun), a watch is the perfect accessory. Sporty, classic, luxury – take your pick from our handsome selection. Perhaps you’re looking for something he can update in

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Finding an outfit to suit the Australian summer that you’ll be comfortable in can sometimes be a bit challenging (you really don’t want to be too hot and shiny for the photos!) as Tim remembers as he looks back on his rustic backyard wedding.“I wanted a suit that would be comfortable as we knew our

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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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Making your wedding personal and introducing sentimental touches are lovely ways to remember your big day, but picking your outfit to fit the location of the celebrations is going the extra yard as Viktor remembers as he chats to us about his outifit for his whimsical country wedding.“To fit the theme of the wedding, I

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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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Even with all the planning and checking and then re-checking, sometimes organizing wedding days suits can be a little tricky as Nick discovered in the lead up to his country marsala inspired wedding. But even when things seem to have fallen apart, you soon realize that every cloud really does has a silver lining!“We originally

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