Today we’ve some inspo for autumn grooms! When it comes to autumn wedding style for grooms, warmer fabrics like velvet and wool, beautiful hues like burgundy and green and textures like herringbone and florals are perfect choices. There’s lots of ways to add a bit more of an autumn feel to your wedding look – check out some of our favourite ways to go about it below…
Add a Touch of Velvet
Velvet screams luxury. It’s also a gorgeous, warm fabric bringing some texture to autumn or winter looks. It’s also great for keeping you cosy – a bonus for those chillier autumn days!
Jen Huang via Magnolia Rouge
5ive15teen Photo Company via The Knot
Try out Textures like Tweeds, Wool & Herringbone
This chillier time of year calls for warmer fabrics. One way of introducing some depth and texture to your wedding look is with warmer fabrics like tweeds, herringbone and wool. They’ll keep you snug and have a gorgeous texture. Opt for a full suit in one of these fabrics or introduce just a touch through the likes of your waistcoat or accessories.
Graham Terhune via Style Me Pretty
Add a Waistcoat to Your Look
Adding a waistcoat to your look is a great way to keep snug and introduce some texture. There are some lovely waistcoats in wool, tweed and herringbone that will bring some warmth and richness to your look.
Marcos Sanchez via Rock My Wedding
Love That Smile Photography via Rock My Wedding
Play Around with Prints
When it comes to your accessories, it can be fun to play around with some prints. The likes of paisley, florals, plaid and houndstooth are perfect for this time of year. You could introduce them through your pocket square, tie or bow tie or even your shirt if you’re looking to make a bold statement.
via Wedding Forward
Tiffany Medrano Photography via Style Me Pretty
Opt for a Rich Colour Palette
Autumn is all about gorgeous deep colours like rich berry shades such as burgundies, emerald and bottle greens, midnight blue and navy. Grey is also a great option for this time of year. So if you are looking for more of an autumn feel, choose a suit or jacket in these shades.
Naba Zabih Photography via Green Wedding Shoes
Elsa Eileen Photography
Go for Rustic Textures for Buttonholes
Your buttonhole is a great way to introduce some autumn vibes, from the flowers itself to the wrap. Twine and burlap are a gorgeous rustic way to tie your posy while flowers like eucalyptus, ferns, succulents, berries and pine cones make a great autumn boutonniere.
Caro Weiss via Rock My Wedding
Rosehill Media via Catalyst Wedding Co
Don Some Brown Boots or Shoes
When it comes to footwear and the likes of your belt, brown is a great shade to opt for. A pop of brown works well with so many colours like grey, navy, burgundy and green and has a real fall feel.
Kelly Brown via Junebug Weddings
Dearheart Photos via Junebug Weddings
Main photo from Mairead & Jonathan’s real wedding by Emma Russell
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