Fancy Versace — the shadow stripe suit at Neiman Marcus, natch — for your designer groom.
This midnight blue wedding suit style is a great rental option from Penguin’s Tuxedos in South End.
Try on this Hugo Boss Jam/Sharp two button at Nordstrom with a printed shirt or tie.
A modern cut and the shine of this wool herringbone ludlow two-button from J. Crew makes it perfect for a wedding.
This Nautica style, available at Belk, is classic style for a traditional guy.
Love a pinstripe — and this Jack Victor style from Men’s Wearhouse is affordable, too.
A suit classic enough that he can wear to the office and board meetings long after the wedding day, from JoS. A. Bank.
Find a fine Italian suit like this Canali one at Taylor, Richards and Conger in Phillips Place.
In honor of Father’s Day this weekend—not to mention it’s a way of satiating my obsession with men’s clothing—I hunted around for some fab navy suits (like the one used in a shoot that I styled recently for Style Me Pretty in the photo at left). I looked for chic suits that make great groom or groomsmen options, rehearsal dinner attire, or work for one of the multiple engagement parties that friends and family are throwing you as pre-celebration for your big day.
Solids, pinstripes, herringbone; wool and cotton; modern and traditional cuts—as long as the fit is right and the cut and style match the ceremony site, theme, and attire for the day, any of these options will ensure a dapper groom.