Men's Wedding Attire Round Up, Part III
November 16, 2009

We know that finding the perfect outfit for your hubby to wear is often one of the biggest challenges when planning out your wedding day fashions. It's really hard to find something that looks special, that screams style and that suits your hubby's personality. Well, lucky for us, our Round-ups editor Carrie Moore, is here sharing her latest finds in men's fashion. Finds that will make you a really, really happy bride...which will in turn, make your man a really, really happy groom.

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Sometimes those boys can use an extra hand when trying to pick out looks for the wedding weekend. That’s where we come in. Today, we have put together some looks to make sure those men don’t fall victim to a fashion faux pas on your special weekend. This next collection is all about some day-after the wedding fashion, perfect for an elegant brunch or a casual gathering.

Mensware: Round III

Credits: Zappos, Village Hat Shop, Bonobos, Banana Republic, Nordstrom, Nordstrom, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, World of Watches

Row I: It’s a daring look for some, but most guys look great in a well-fitted vest like this one by Theory. A more relaxed occasion calls for a more relaxed watch. This timepiece by Triumph has a beautifully chic crocodile band and equally striking slate toned face. What better way to show up in style to a fancy brunch than wearing an eye-catching tie? Burberry’s are my choice for those waiting to make a statement.

Row II: Go beyond a basic button down, and go for something a little edgy. I like this shirt by Robert Graham, which sneaks in exciting patterns along the cuffs. Bill Adler makes very cool belts for those with a bit more of an eclectic style. Pair this belt with jeans and a crisp slate gray shirt to achieve style perfection. In a great pattern and a great shade of brown, it’s no wonder this pant by Banana Republic is a customer favorite. Wear them with a bold shirt, or a classic polo and your groom will be brunch ready.

Row III: I am loving the mod look of these pants I found at Bonobos. The subtle plaid pattern is perfect for a casual or elegant brunch. Complete the revived vintage look with a classic straw fedora, like this one from the Village Hat Shop. If you go in this fashion direction, just remember to kindly remove your hat once socializing with your guests. An ingenious shirt goes a long way in the fashion world and in my mind, this one by Scotch and Soda takes the cake by blending a classic shirt with updated elements, like these super cool elbow patches.

Coming up next...some budget fashions for your boys!