Now, let’s be clear, nothing is wrong with a black and white tuxedo. It’s classic, and here at BTS we’re all about a classic, timeless look. But, we’re also all about fashion forward statement pieces. And that’s why we’re here today to talk about trendsetting tuxedos that will have your groom looking hot *insert fire emoji here* on your wedding day. Keep reading to see our top three non-traditional tuxedo options for your groom.
1. Colored tux
First on the list is a colored tux with a black lapel. A colored tux, when done right, is a great option. We love colored tuxes, especially when they’re matched with a black lapel. Black lapels go with almost any color, but blue is absolutely at the top of our list. Blue is perfect for a groom, who want’s to make a little statement on his big day.
Second is just your not so ordinary colored tux. Here, this emerald green was done perfectly! Pair this with a wedding location like Palm Springs, Phoenix, or Dallas and your groom will fit right in. We’re hoping to see more emerald tuxedos this coming wedding season.
2. Mix-match tuxedo jacket and pant
Mixing and matching is in, we’re totally here for it, and your groom should be too! A black pant, colored tuxedo jacket tied together with a black lapel give every groom that traditional aspect, but with a little flair.
3. Patterned tuxedo jacket
A patterned tuxedo jacket is the perfect option for a groom wanting to have an outfit change for the reception. They’re also perfect for an American fusion wedding, where the groom wants to throw in a little bit of his cultural pattern into his outfit.
Ladies, don’t be nervous when it comes to your groom wanting to step out of the box a little bit for the big day. Adding some personal style gives your wedding a unique touch. Let us know in the comments if you like any of these top three non-traditional tuxedos.
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