My Winter Wedding Series: The Wedding Party Look Part 1: The Groomsmen

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Last week, I shared the look that my husband put together for himself. If you missed that post, click here. Today, I'm sharing with you the looks of the Wedding Party. This will be a 2-Part post, although you can already see here the look of both the Groomsmen and the Bridesmaids. 

As I've mentioned previously, my husband rented his tux from Men's Wearhouse and so did his Groomsmen. He has selected a pre-styled look which was the Joseph Abboud Navy Satin. We substituted the color of the tie and the shoes to match our wedding colors.

Everyone looked pretty sharp in those navy tuxes, blush neckties, and brown shoes. We couldn't be happier. We have received sooooo many compliments on how the Wedding Party looked and the Groomsmen themselves were pretty happy on how their looks turned out. 

The process in renting the tuxes from Men's Wearhouse was such a breeze as well. My husband already pre-selected the look for his guys, created a Group/Event on and all his Groomsmen had to do was show up to a local Men's Wearhouse closest to them to get measured. They were able to pick up their tuxes a couple of days before the wedding. I have not heard of any issues when it comes to measurement. But even if there were, Men's Wearhouse will switch out the tuxes immediately to the one that fits correctly before the event. Overall, it was a great experience! 

If you would like to know more on how renting works at Men's Wearhouse, just visit this How to Rent page. 

You can rent the look from head to toe at Men's Wearhouse. But as previously mentioned, we substituted a couple of things here and there to fit our wedding colors. We picked up the bow tie and neckties from The Tie Bar. They have such an excellent selection of men's accessories and I highly recommend them! We gave the neckties and cufflinks as our gift to them and they all absolutely loved it.

As for the buttonnieres, we opted to go with Kroger Floral Department. Surprising? If you think that Kroger only does pre-arranged bouquets, then think again! You'd be surprised that they offer custom arrangements for pretty much anything, including bridal and bridesmaid bouquets, corsages, centerpieces, and boutonnieres. I will definitely share more on that on another post but would like to share a little bit of it here.

What do you think of the Groomsmen look so far? 

Details of The Groomsmen Look:

Groomsmen Tux: Joseph Abboud Navy Satin from Men's Wearhouse 
Groomsmen Shoes: Rentals from Men's Wearhouse as well
Groomsmen Ties: Opulent Necktie from The Tie Bar
Groomsmen Cufflinks: Gold Version of Duality Cufflinks from The Tie Bar
Groomsmen Boutonnieres: Kroger Floral Department




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