Featured: Martha Stewart Weddings

The Confetti Pop crew asked me to style a groom for their DIY Herringbone Mobile Backdrop for Martha Stewart Weddings' blog, The Bride's Guide. I came up with this groom's look to match Martha's cornflower and melon palette. The team at Men's Wearhouse kindly let me raid their inventory to create this look, which iss traditional with a twist. It wouldn't be complete without a great tie and pocket square from Bows-n-Ties. Check it out!
Well-Groomed for Confetti Pop and Martha Stewart Weddings (images: Jeff Loves Jessica)

A silver tux with satin trim lapels and subtle crosshatch pattern gets an unexpected boost from a light blue shirt with subtle sheen and texture. An orange and white striped skinny tie and tone-on-tone pocket square add a splash of color along with an oversized boutonniere. The shoes? Brown, of course. 
Well-Groomed for Confetti Pop and Martha Stewart Weddings (images: Jeff Loves Jessica)

Well-Groomed for Confetti Pop and Martha Stewart Weddings (images: Jeff Loves Jessica)



Well-Groomed for Confetti Pop and Martha Stewart Weddings (images: Jeff Loves Jessica)Hopefully, this look gives you some inspiration for ways to add some flair to a traditional look without walking too far from convention. I collaborated with some great vendors on this one, so swing by their sites and check out their work.

Looking for something a little less formal? Check out another of my styled grooms here.

DIY and concept: Confetti Pop
groom stylist: Darren Younge of Well-Groomed
groom's wardrobe: Men's Wearhouse tux, Bows-n-Ties neckwear and pocket square
bride's dress: L'Atelier Couture
florals: Prairie Fair
makeup and hair: Joy Phillips
models: Ignite

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