Five Dapper Winter Looks For Grooms

by | Groom, Groom Style


Polka Dot Bride

When it comes to winter outfits for grooms, it’s all about creating looks that are warm, personal and of course, stylish. So today we’re rounding up five different dapper winter looks for grooms that might inspire your own wedding day style. ‘Tis the season to be jolly and have a little fun with your look!

The Velvet Jacket

Winter is all about lush textures and a velvet jacket is a beautiful addition to a cosy, but chic look. Velvet blazers come in all different colours. From classic black to neutral navy and even the bolder burgundy.

Photo by  Figtree Pictures via Sarah and Jason’s Gold Coast Winter Wedding

The Earth Tones

What better time of the year to go back to Mother Nature than winter? Make the most of natural tones in the colder seasons. Layer taupe, chocolate and deep browns with different textures. Think tweeds and leathers; rich fabrics with plenty of depth!

Photo by Christopher Robert. via Vic & Ryan’s Relaxed Trofeo Estate Wedding

The Classic Tuxedo

For me, the tuxedo seems most at home in winter. No worrying about soaring temperatures for such a formal piece! Winter can add a touch of old-world glamour, and a tuxedo with polished shoes and a silk lapel can set just the right tone.

Photo by Acorn Photography via Jordy & Ben’s Black Tie New Zealand Winter Wedding

The Layered Look

To be warm in winter, one must wear all of the layers! From shirts and waistcoats to blazers, overcoats and scarves. This is the season where layer upon layer not only looks considered and smart, but is also a must!

Photo by Feather and Finch Photography  via Sarah & Dale’s Snow Filled Winter Wedding in Thredbo

Classic in Colour

For the cooler months, dive into the deep, rich tones of jewels. Think rich burgundies, stunning emerald greens, muted charcoals, browns and navy. If there was ever a season to mix and match your favourite colours, then winter is the time.

Photo by Tealily Photography via Jessie & Johnnie’s Sparkly Sydney Destination Wedding




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