10 Suits Other Than Black

May 7, 2020
10 Suits Other Than Black

Tired of seeing the same black suit or tux at every wedding? Do you want to add your own personal style to change up your wedding day look? From bold colors to mixed textures there are endless ways to recreate the traditional tux. We’re sharing 10 ways that grooms have veered off the traditional path and still kept it stylish.

1. Pink

Photos by: Jordan Katz

Yes, we said pink, but believe it or not, this suit is not at all feminine. It brings a certain classic Gatsby look for the groom that loves color and a vintage style. This pink suit from Suit Supply is a very light maroon tweed that creates a relaxed pink hue. Tone down the color of the jacket by pairing it with a simple white button-down. 

2. Tan

Photos by: Haley Nord Photography & Shutterfreek Inc.

Tan suits can tend to scare off brides because grooms can often get lost in the photos, particularly if you have an early ceremony with lots of natural sunlight. However, the right setting can make a tan suit pop. This couple exchanged vows in an intimate wedding in Castle Valley. The contrast of the red dust of the Utah desert made the groom stand out. Consider embroidering your name on the inside of your jacket to customize it like this groom did. 

3. Burgundy

Photos by: Red Aspen Photography

For a fall wedding consider a burgundy suit with a black, silk shawl lapel. This groom kept it light with a white button-up and a black velvet bowtie, perfect for a fall or winter wedding. Finish up the look with a black wristband watch and a black and white polka dot pocket square. 

4. Navy

Photos by: Julia + Ken Photography

If you want to still keep it traditional you can never go wrong with a navy suit. This groom went with the same color silk tie that matched perfectly with the sharp navy jacket and added a pop of light with a crisp white pocket square.

5. Purple

Photos by: Jackson Takes Photos

This edgy couple made a statement with this purple suit from ASOS that went perfectly with their eclectic, celestial decor and floral. The groom paired the suit with a black button-up and a printed tie of all the constellations.

6. Grey

Photos by: For the West and Wild Photography

Grey is a color that can be very classic and traditional. This groom’s grey suit from Ted’s Clothiers was perfect for their gardenesque reception at blanc. They added a pop of color with a silk orange pocket square.

7. Green

Photos by: Sarah Pukin Photography

This groom stands out in an Irish green suit from Ed Williams Menswear paired with a white button-up and grey tie that compliments his red hair and green eyes. The green is a great contrast against the red brick walls of the venue.

8. Brown

Photos by: Nicole Catherin Photography

This couple chose a warm chocolate brown suit from ASOS for their ranch wedding. The brown gave it a southwestern vibe that went perfectly with his bride’s boho Daci Gown.  His white shirt kept it clean and polished looking. 

9. & 10. Mixed Textures

Photos by: Maggie Grace Photography

This groom changed up their look from the ceremony to the reception. They also varied their textures with a neutral tan hued tweed jacket from Revolvr for the ceremony, to a pink velvet suit also from Revolvr for their reception. While their partner switched up his look from a short sleeve button up and suspenders to a simple tee and mosaic printed pants. Perfect for that modern city-loving couple.

Check out our Menswear Vendor Collective members here for more inspiration!


Pink Suit: Suit Supply Pink Suit Tie: Knotty Tie Pink Suit Floral: Sacred Thistle Tan Suit: Zara Tan Suit Accessories: Brixton Tan Suit Floral: Tellurian Events Mixed Textiles Suits & Accessories: Revolvr Mixed Textiles Shoes: Nordstrom Blue Suit: Suit Supply Purple Suit: ASOS Purple Suit Decor: Velvet Armoire Grey Suit Floral: Reverie Floral Green Suit: Ed Williams Menswear Brown Suit: ASOS
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