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“The Guide to Tying the (Windsor) Knot” pretty much says it all. Well-Groomed is where men’s style meets matrimony. Whether you’re looking for examples of real guys mixing patterns, non-cheesy groomsmen gifts, the sartorialist groom inspirations, or easy, guy-centric DIYs, you’ll find them here.
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Lucky to have gotten the opportunity to continue the Well-Groomed vision, we’re a husband and wife team who have been together for 10 years, married for almost 6 years. We had a winter wedding and a very intimate 20 people luncheon. I designed my own wedding dress, made with the most gorgeous French lace and Swarovski crystal – while the Mister wore a sharp Armani suit. You’ll see him to be the practical one who gives a more stylish conservative voice to my fashion forward taste – always trying to push design boundaries.



Started my journey in the fashion world as a young (bag & accessories) designer/ enterpreneur. Had the opportunity to work at a Production House as Wardrobe Stylist for TV series and climbed up as Wardrobe Stylist Coordinator. Got married (yeah, been thru the crazy awesome preparation and all) & got lucky scored a spot in Well-Groomed’s team.


To make a long story short, I graduated from college, planned a wedding, got married, moved to Minneapolis, had a baby, bought a house, and started blogging. I’m a former drag racer, current autocrosser, and I just finished rebuilding an ’86 Trans Am. I spend summer weekends on the lake, hiking to waterfalls with the fam, or biking trails, but I still make plenty of time to catch up on the important things in life like True Blood, The Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones. – Darren
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Image Usage: We work hard to give credit where credit’s due, and all pics are used in accordance with the U.S. Copyright Law’s Fair Use Doctrine. If you’d like your pics removed, email me at At some point, you might not agree to some style advice or a product we showcase. Feel free to leave comments and debate with other readers, but just know that any off-color/racist/sexist/just-plain-ignorant comments will be deleted so fast you won’t know what hit you. And while you’re welcome to share advice and product referrals with each other, don’t use the comments as an arena to SPAM us or plug your product/blog/company. In short, keep it classy.