Stand Out with These Accessories for the Groom
All eyes will be on the bride the day of your wedding. Not to take the spotlight away from her, but why not get a little attention yourself? Who says men can’t accessorize? Grooms’ accessories are the perfect items for you to leave a lasting impression.
Pick items that will leave a unique mark. Something symbolic and significant that you can perhaps use well after the wedding has come and gone. Here are a few proposals of accessories that will leave them saying that you were dressed to impress.
Personalized Cuff Links. Whether you are renting or already own a tuxedo, most quality shirts will require you to wear cufflinks. Invest a bit of money and buy from a reputable store such as Mont Blanc. Have them engraved with your personal initials or put both your names in each cufflink. Every time you put them on, you will always remember that beautiful and special day.
Fun and Colorful Socks. Let’s face it, if you are sporting a black tux or dark suit, the rule is your socks must match the color of your suit. Let’s throw those rules out the window. Make a statement with bold and colorful socks. Why not pick the same color as the bridesmaids dresses? A favorite designer is Paul Smith, who is known for his lively and multi-colored designs.
Sexy Underwear. It does matter what you wear underneath that suit. It’s your wedding day and after comes the fun wedding night. Buy a new pair of underwear! She’s in her sexy new Victoria’s Secret lingerie, so compliment her with a pair of brand new silk underwear with your initials and date of your wedding. We can guarantee that they will come off faster than when you said “I Do”.
Pocket Squares. Men almost always forget that there is a side pocket on the top left part their suit. It is there for a reason. Accesorize it with a vibrant pocket square. It’s a minumum investment with maximum exposure. A bright orange pocket square against a blue suit is sure to get you noticed.
What did you to use to accessorize on your wedding day? Got any tips for us? Grooms, share your thoughts on the comment box below.