Well-Groomed Groom: Gringo Groom

This groom and his guys make shorts look wedding appropriate at this Spanish wedding. Woven fedoras, custom boutonnieres, and open collars fit the Vejer de la Fronter locale. Cuffed sleeves and color block boat shoes make sense for the seaside festivities.

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images by Mister Phill


Brian said...

The tone of this wedding kicks ass. Love the wide shot of the reception on the patio & the surrounding houses.

Darren said...

It's awesome. It's my favorite wedding so far. Shorts and boat shoes? Yes!

No Impact Bride said...

Oh my goodness what a gorgeous wedding! I love how it is so personalised and natural. Definitely breaking the mould and full of personality! Such an inspiration! :) and fun too!


Rosaura said...

I always thought that in Spain people from the US where called Yanki not Gringo.

Darren said...

Hi Rosaura,

I'm not really sure, but the groom's custom boutonniere said "Gringo Groom" so I used that as the post title. In actuality, I think it would be Groom Gringo (Novio Gringo or Novio Yanki, whichever the case may be). So, perhaps the groom was using a little Spanglish to get across the idea without confusing the guests.

Dan said...

The word gringo is most widely used throughout Latin America to describe Americans or Brits but it is also used in other countries (including Spain) to describe foreigners. Especially goofy white foreigners who look a little bit out of place. That may or may not be true but I'm the groom, that's my story and I'm sticking with it! Oh and I'm English by the way.

Darren said...

Dan, thanks for swinging by and weighing in. Great style, great wedding!

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