For the traditional groom, getting suited up for the wedding day is easy. Their bride picks out a tux, and the groom can just saunter into the closest Men’s Warehouse and rent it.
But some fashion-forward grooms actually want to be a little more involved in choosing their wedding wear. They want to look suave and cool—it’s their wedding day too, after all.
We found 11 dapper grooms to inspire those who want to wear something a little more renegade than a traditional tuxedo:
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By pairing a kilt with matching green accoutrements, this groom proves that real men wear kilts.
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This Rock & Roll couple eloped in Vegas in their sneakers. While the bride is wearing a sparkly, disco ball inspired dress… we’re more focused on the groom’s white wedding suit.
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In his VINTAGE. PURPLE. VELVET. LOUNGE SUIT, this groom is all kinds of awesome. We don’t even mind that he’s pulling focus from his bride.
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These outfits are the mullets of wedding suits – party on the bottom, business on the top!
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This jacket is the perfect choice for the groom who wants to ride his Harley down the aisle.
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For the groom ready to embrace that denim on denim on denim trend… and the bride that isn’t embarrassed to be seen beside him.
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Ooops, sorry! That’s just a dapper groom in pin stripes.
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Get inspired by Indian wedding traditions with this colorful sherwani. (This couple gets bonus points for their matching blues!)
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Get tweedy in a suit that would look at home on an English Royal.
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These groomsmen are bringing back board shorts with an air of Caribbean cool.
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In his formal hat, this cowboy is ready to say “I Do” instead of “Yee haw!”
For the renegade groom, sometimes a traditional tuxedo isn’t the way to go, but the above grooms show that they can still be wedding-day ready without sacrificing personality.