It might have been that brides were the ones in the spot light during the wedding, but grooms are stepping up their style game with on-point looks from classics with a twist to ones that reflect their unique personality. Grooms-to-be, your inspiration's right here.
Gowns & Suits
These grooms checked all the right boxes when it comes to stylish wedding day looks.
Navy suits are sophisticated and flattering alternatives to black or grey. Here, Eugene donned an all-blue look, including a dotted tie, and spruced it up with a brightly coloured boutonniere. Image: Her World Brides March - May 2017 Photography: Alex Goh Photography Radio DJ Glenn Ong took the trad route with a black suit sporting a slight luster, a white dress shirt and black bow tie when he tied the knot with fellow DJ Jean Danker. We love his high-shine shoes that bring a luxe, cool appeal too. Image: Her World Brides March - May 2017 Actual day photography: Colin Ho of Timeless Romance Photography/ Bobby Yeo of Bobby Kiran Photography Not one but four dapper gentlemen here! Bridegroom James Choung have his muted grey ensemble a splash of colour with bright printed socks and polished brown monk-strap shoes. Image: Her World Brides March - May 2015 Photography: KT Merry Photography Make your big day look entirely yours. If a hat or cap is part of your everyday look, like it is for Ivan Lee Mora, then work it into your outfit. Of course, opt for dressier styles to go with a suit, like a newboy cap, porkpie hat or fedora, rather than a baseball cap. Image: Her World Brides March - May 2015 Photography: Dani Padgett and Sarah Kerr (www.danipadgett.com) Look closely and you'll spot the little twists Max Chionh gave his black suit and bow tie ensemble - light brown buttons on his lapel, shirt and suit. Plus, they match his shoes too. See Max & Aster's wedding at: 11 ideas for a Muppet-inspired wedding with vintage details Image: Her World Brides Sept - November 16 Photography: Michael Chan/Visual Artisans Photography Roland Tan gave his big day outfit a dash of quirky cool charm with a checked suit, and a straw hat. Image: Her World Brides June - August 2016 Photography: Alwin Lim/Trouve See also: 4 ways to pep up your groom's suit Singer Jonathan Leong looked smart with crisp grey three-piece suit, and a printed blue tie. See also: Jonathan Leong and Jeneen Goh’s Christmas-inspired blue, silver and white wedding Image: Her World Brides March - May 2016 Photography: Lovorth Weddings (Jasmine Teh and Brenda Er) The key to a great suit - impeccable fit. And host, actor and producer Max Loong's tux is just that. If yours is an elegant, polished affair, go for a shawl lapel, which is generally acknowledged as the most formal of all lapel styles. See also: Max Loong and Sepideh Haftgoli are married! See pics of their gorgeous wedding in Bali! Image: Her World Brides December 2016 - February 2017 Photography: Katie Grant Florals aren't just for the bride! Terence Lim went for a print on print look with a floral tie against his subtly checked suit. Image: Her World Brides March - May 2015 See also What went down at Jade and Terence's dinner reception