Menswear Wedding Trends 2019
To go with our brand new look for the Dyfed Menswear logo and website, we thought we’d take a look at some of the new looks that grooms will be wearing to their weddings in 2019.
From wedding suits and accessories to colours, styles and fits, we’ll explore the top menswear wedding trends for 2019.
Easy as 1, 2, 3
Tailoring was back with a vengeance on the catwalks of London, Milan and Paris, which means that styles will be sharper than ever in 2019.
For the ultimate sophistication, an impeccably tailored and flawlessly-fitted three-piece suit is hard to beat.
As formalities end and the reception starts, take off your jacket and push up your shirt sleeves but keep your waistcoat on for a cool, confident, relaxed look.
Bold and bright
For the groom who wants to make an impression, vibrant and bright hues are the answer.
It needn’t be an entire suit but accessories and accents of purple, burgundy and blue are massively on trend and bring a burst of colour to the special day.
Adapting the traditional greys and blues of a groom’s attire can brighten your wedding photos with a splash of colour.
Tweedy does it
You need to find the right balance but just the right amount of tweed can make all the difference.
With the popularity of shows like Peaky Blinders, retro styles are going to be a big trend for 2019.
Slim cuts offer a stylish aesthetic with contrasting colours creating a dynamic contemporary look.
We expect tweed to really take off in 2019. You can discover more about the Need for Tweed in our latest blog.
Mix and match
Introducing a selection of shades and styles can help you to create a stand-out-look for your wedding.
While you can use the same cloth for the groom’s and groomsmen’s suits, by tweaking the style and detailing of accessories, you can create a strong individual look for the wedding party.
Subtle differences can make a big difference.
Slim for him
2019 will be slim from top to bottom.
As well as straight or tapered trouser legs you’ll also see the same slim-fit style from the waist up.
A slim jacket will emphasise your chest and shoulders, achieving an impressively athletic silhouette.
The traditional wedding suit is being reinvented.
The stylish groom in 2019 is looking for a simple, timeless look that offers impeccable quality. And that’s precisely what they’ll get from a slim, well-fitted morning suit.
Tails don’t necessarily need a top, just a vibrant silk tie in a Windsor knot, double-breasted waistcoat and a simple, crisp white shirt. It’s a classic for a reason.
What should you avoid?
Finally, we thought we’d take a look at a few things that are worth avoiding:
Trainers with suits –treat yourself to a smart pair of wedding shoes and save the trainers for your honeymoon!
Loose-fitting shirts – they may be more comfortable but a fitted short will give a better silhouette. If you’re feeling the heat, put a spare shirt on standby.
Plain socks – Show some personality with bright, patterned or themed socks.
If you’d like some advice on how you can incorporate some of these 2019 trends into your wedding, get in touch with the team at Dyfed Menswear and book a consultation.
Posted by Phill Williams on
11 January 2019 at 10:00 AM