Although most eyes will be on the bride, you don't want to turn heads for all the wrong reasons

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The old image used to be that while the bride-to-be would spend months thinking about and trying on their outfit, the groom would simply opt for the first suit they saw and, as long as the trouser legs reached the shoes, that would be fine. The modern man, however, takes rather more trouble over their appearance, hence a wider selection of menswear is now available aside from the regulation itchy suit.

As ever, increased informality means that a modern two piece suit is now just as common as the traditional formal morning suit. These days too grooms are now looking at grey suits more frequently - no wonder, as brides and bridesmaids are opting for an increasing number of colour combinations for their outfits and a neutral grey blends perfectly with those shades. That's not to say the traditional attire has fallen out of favour, mind, and waistcoats and cravats are a great way to keep the colour scheme of the event going.

Lincolnshire's grooming specialists are also on hand to make sure you're looking sharp. Although most eyes will be on the bride, you don't want to turn heads for all the wrong reasons.

 

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